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List of tables List of figures Acknowledgements 1. Introduction: global change, regional response Barbara Stallings Part I. Global Changes: 2. The Third World and the end of the Cold War Fred Halliday 3. Capitalisms in conflict? The United States, Europe, and Japan in the post-Cold War world Barbara Stallings and Wolfgang Streeck 4. Global production systems and Third World development Gary Gereffi 5. New global financial trends: implications for development Stephany Griffith-Jones and Barbara Stallings 6. The 'triumph' of liberal economic ideas in the developing world Thomas J. Biersteker Part II. Regional Responses: 7. The East Asian NICs: a state-led path to the developed world Yun-han Chu 8. Southeast Asia: success through international openness Linda Y. C. Lim 9. Latin America: toward a new reliance on the market Augusto Varas 10. Sub-Saharan Africa: underdevelopment's last stand Michael Chege Part III. Conclusions: 11. The new international context of development Barbara Stallings.