Neocolonialism and Neoliberalism in South Africa and Zambia
Margaret Hanson and James J. Hentz examine the negotiations over the ownership of neoliberal economic policy ideas diffused by international financial institutions in Zambia and South Africa. Domestic policy dialogues prove to be an important mechanism through which political coalitions identify with new policies and are a more effective mechanism for domestic policy change than is external financial coercion.
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The Powell Doctrine
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