The Foreign Debt/National Development Conflict: External Adjustment and Internal Disorder in the Developing Nations

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The Foreign Debt/National Development Conflict

EXTERNAL ADJUSTMENT AND INTERNAL DISORDER IN THE DEVELOPING NATIONS

Chris C. Carvounis

Quorum Books NEW YORK • WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT • LONDON

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles from Quorum Books ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgment v
  • Contents vii
  • Tables xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction xv
  • Notes xxii
  • Chapter 1 the International Monetary Fund and Conditional Adjustment 1
  • Notes 18
  • Chapter 2 Overview of Fund Programs and Bank Debt Restructurings, 1982-85 23
  • Notes 53
  • Chapter 3 the Adjustment Environment 61
  • Introduction 61
  • Summary and Conclusions 88
  • Notes 89
  • Chapter 4 the External Performance of Adjusting Economies 95
  • Introduction 95
  • Summary 138
  • Notes 138
  • Chapter 5 the Domestic Performance of Adjusting Economies 147
  • Introduction 147
  • Summary and Conclusions 174
  • Notes 175
  • Chapter 6 Domestic Politics 181
  • Introduction 181
  • Notes 197
  • Chapter 7 Conclusion 203
  • Introduction 203
  • Notes 217
  • Statistical Appendix 221
  • Bibliography 223
  • Index 237
  • About the Author 245
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