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Extra info for 21st Century Keynesian Economics (International Papers in Political Economy)
There is now a large body of unambiguous empirical evidence that shows that the liberalization of domestic and international financial flows is strongly associated with banking, currency and financial crises (see Grabel 2003b, and references therein; 22 Financial Systems and Economic Development in the 21st Century Weller 2001). Since the Southern Cone crises of the mid-1970s, we have seen financial crises on the heels of liberalization in a great many developing countries, such as Russia, Nigeria, Jamaica, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Mexico and Turkey.
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But upon closer examination we see that this proposition carries with it a particularly ideological and troubling claim about the unique truthfulness of the neoclassical case. The credibility thesis can be reduced to a simple set of propositions: (1) An economic policy will garner credibility only to the degree that it is likely to survive; (2) An economic policy is likely to survive only to the degree that it attains its stated objectives; (3) An economic policy 18 Financial Systems and Economic Development in the 21st Century is likely to attain its stated objectives only to the degree that it reflects and operationalizes the true theory of market economies; (4) A policy reflects the true theory of market economies only to the degree that it is neoclassical.