States or Markets? Neo-Liberalism and the Development Policy Debate

Published on 1 January 1993

This volume of the IDS Development Studies series provides a systematic assessment of the achievements and limitations of neo-liberalism. It shows that the circumstances of developing countries are highly complex, and desirable reforms to development policy are neither in theory nor practice as simple as neo-liberals wish to make them sound. Contributors include Michael Lipton, David Evans, Naila Kabeer, John Humphrey, Stephany Griffith-Jones, Charles Harvey, Raphael Kaplinsky, Hubert Schmitz, Gerald Bloom, Reginald Herbold Green, Robert Chambers, Mick Moore and John Toye.

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Colclough, C and Manor, J
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