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Development Policy in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond the Post-Washington Consensus
Contributed by Lea Ayoub   
This anthology offers a critical political economy of the World Bank's development agenda, as found in the Washington consensus and in the post-Washington consensus. First, it disentangles the empirical and theoretical flaws of the neoliberal economics of the Washington consensus. It then exposes the way the focus on institutions and 'good governance' of the post-Washington consensus is, in many ways, an extension of the assumptions and analysis of the Washington consensus into the realm of politics and social theory.

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