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Global Disparities Since 1800: Trends and Regional Patterns
December 31, 2006 No Comment
Global Disparities Since 1800: Trends and Regional Patterns

By M. Shahid Alam
This paper reviews the growing body of evidence on the relative economic standing of different regions of the world in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. In general, it does not …

Some Economic Results of the Civilizing Mission
December 30, 2006 No Comment
Some Economic Results of the Civilizing Mission

By M. Shahid Alam, Northeastern University, Boston
There exists no general history – at least one that is available in the English language – explaining the origins, sources, language, uses, and variations on the theme of …

Turning Swords to Ploughshares & Little Acorns to Tall Trees: The Conflict-Growth Nexus & The Poverty of Nations
January 4, 2006 No Comment
Turning Swords to Ploughshares & Little Acorns to Tall Trees: The Conflict-Growth Nexus & The Poverty of Nations

By S. Mansoob Murshed, The Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham
The importance of the growth and intra-state conflict nexus cannot be overemphasised. The lack of growth prevents poverty reduction and the achievement of the millennium …

A Short History of the Global Economy Since 1800
June 1, 2003 No Comment
A Short History of the Global Economy Since 1800

By M. Shahid Alam, Northeastern University, Boston
This is a short history of the global economy since 1800. It is about the system of global capitalism that took shape once the British economy went ‘underground’ and …

Globalization and Openness: Lessons from the Recent Crisis in Southeast Asia
July 1, 2001 No Comment
Globalization and Openness: Lessons from the Recent Crisis in Southeast Asia

By Suthiphand Chirathivat and S. Mansoob Murshed, United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research

Globalization, Marginalization and Development
February 1, 2000 No Comment
Globalization, Marginalization and Development

S. Mansoob Murshed, United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economics Research