The Politics of Inclusive Development Policy, State Capacity, and Coalition Building

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1/5/2016
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

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This book investigates the political conditions and policies most likely to bring about progress toward inclusive development, drawing on in-depth analyses of four cases studies with distinct development trajectories (Mexico, Indonesia, Chile and South Korea). While exclusion and differential inclusion have long been features of development in the Global South, economic globalization has introduced new forms with which Global South countries must grapple. The book highlights the main policy drawbacks of most official approaches: neglect of the need to enhance the role and capacity of states, the focus on certain types of poverty alleviation strategies, and the tendency to disregard the need for productive employment generating activities and rural development. Neglect of issues of power and politics, however, is the most glaring inadequacy. Teichman argues that making progress toward inclusive development is primarily a political struggle. It requires a committed leadership with broadly based societal support - an inclusive development coalition - which includes usually small but politically important middle classes.

Author Biography

Judith Teichman is Professor of Political Science and International Development at the University of Toronto, Canada. She is the author of five books, one co-authored book, and numerous articles on politics, policy, and development in Latin America and the Global South. She is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.

Table of Contents

1. Inclusive Development: Debates and Issues
2. Inclusive Development and the Burdens of History
3. Addressing the Social Deficit in the Wake of Neoliberal Reforms
4. Mexico and Indonesia: Politics and Development in Weak States
5. Chile: Moving towards Greater Inclusion: From Political Polarization to Consensus
6. South Korea: Authoritarianism, Democracy, and the Struggle to Maintain Inclusive Development
7. Conclusions: The Politics and Policies of Inclusive Development

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