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1The political economy of development
Institutions of the global economy
Why is money so important?
Institutions matter
Chapter plan
2 Money in the political economy of development
A short history of development finance
From debt crisis to system stability?
Debt relief and commercial write-downs
Aid: ‘much heat and light and signifying nothing’?
The current market for development finance
3 Making markets
Risk as governing technology
Political risk: uncertainty or calculable risk?
Sovereign political risk and market makers
4International development banks and creditor states
Good banks or powerful owners?
The global Keynesian multiplier
5The British market makers
The Commonwealth Development Corporation
The Export Credit Guarantee Department
Crown Agents
Neoliberalism and the frontier institutions
6Poverty in Africa and the history of multilateral aid
Contemporary development research and poverty
Place, poverty and culture
A short history of multilateral development finance
7Derivative business and aid-funded accumulation
Objectives for development finance
Derivative business at the Asian Development Bank
Derivative business at the African Development Bank
Crony networks and closed procurement
8Private sector development and bilateral interventions
Benefits of private sector development instruments
Assisting accumulation – but development?
The European Development Finance Institutions
For the common affairs of the European bourgeoisie
9Taking the long view of promoting capitalism
Post-colonial disinvestment
A review of the fairness of British economic relations overseas
Which institutions in Britain are owed debt?
Where did the debt come from?
Private sector development in action: the British case
10 Aid effectiveness: what are we measuring?
A big and largely inconclusive debate
Translating mainstream research
Representation of the poorest
A moral case
11 Conclusion
The current financial crisis
The problem of politics
A tale of two narratives
Where next for the political economy of development?
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