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Since the beginning of the twenty-first century the world economy has been affected by a severe “quadruple crisis”. Persistent financial instability, food insecurity, climate change and other environmental threats and widening economic inequality have emerged as major interdependent crises with global ramifications. This book suggests new global development pathways aimed at addressing these four crises simultaneously. The new development strategies proposed in the volume require a major departure from existing policy approaches and would require transformative changes in global consumption and production patterns and national and international regulatory frameworks.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
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