Table of contents for Beyond the World Bank agenda : an institutional approach to development / Howard Stein.

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List of Illustrations xx
List of Abbreviations xx
Preface xx
Acknowledgments xx
Part I. Reflections on the History of the World Bank Agenda
1. The Ascendancy of Economics in the World Bank, 1944¿1979: From Infrastructure to 
Structural Adjustment 000
2. From Structural Adjustment to ¿Poverty Reduction¿: Adjustment to the Crisis and the 
Crisis of Adjustment after 1980 000
Part II. Economic Theory and the World Bank Agenda: A Critical Evaluation
3. Economic Theory and Orthodox Reform: Critical Reflections on Structural Adjustment 
4. Institutions and the ¿Missing Link¿ in the World Bank¿s Strategy: Toward a Critique 
Part III. Beyond the World Bank Agenda: An Institutional Approach to Development
5. Building on Lost Foundations: The Institutional Matrix and Socioeconomic 
Development 000
6. State Formation as an Institutional Phenomenon 000
7. An Institutional Approach to Financial Development 000
8. Transcending Neoliberal Health Policies 000
9. Conclusion: Beyond the World Bank Agenda 000
Notes 000
Bibliography 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

World Bank.
Economic development -- Developing countries.
Institutional economics.