Kwalitatieve analyse: kunst én kunde - dataset bron 09. "Martin Khor - Debt in the Developing World—Part One"

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Beschrijving: In a two-part series, Martin Khor addresses issues relating to debt and international trade. Since the debt crisis began in the 1970s, many developing countries have had to agree to new loan conditions imposed on them by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). These conditions, of benefit to many western commercial interests, often prevent national governments from implementing their own key economic, development and environmental policies. Trade liberalization is one such condition. Dr Khor describes the adverse effects a liberal trade agenda can have on these countries, particularly on their farmers and small industries. He argues that developing countries must be given the freedom to adopt policies of their own. Finally, he welcomes the G8's decision to cancel the debt of some 18 countries, but warns that the terms and scope will need careful study.

Dit betreft enkel deel 1, deel 2 is opgeslagen als "Handboek kwalitatief onderzoek: kunst én kunde - 10. "Martin Khor - Debt in the Developing World—Part Two".

Metadata Access
Creator Evers, J.C. (Erasmus University Rotterdam/Evers Research & training)
Publisher Data Archiving and Networked Services (DANS)
Contributor Khor, M.
Publication Year 2015
Rights info:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess; DANS License
OpenAccess false
Language English
Resource Type Dataset
Format Flash
Discipline Social Sciences;Economics