Harris assesses the development of the Asian Gang of Four (Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, and Singapore) and the two largest Latin American countries (Taiwan, and Singapore) and the two largest Latin American countries (Mexico and Brazil), and describes a newly emerging global economy that is now superseding the old national state and politics based on it.
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...An excellent acquisition for the interested reader....Wholeheartedly endorsed.--James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief "Bookwatch "About the Author:
Nigel Harris specializes in development studies at University College, London. He has written extensively on economic development in the Third World. His previous book, Of Bread and Guns: The Third World Economy in Crisis (1983) achieved much critical acclaim. He has lived and worked in Malaysia, Nigeria and India, and frequently visits Mexico and East Asia.
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