Human Rights Practices During Financial Crises
From the Great Depression in the twentieth century to the Great Recession in the twenty-first, systemic banking crises have been a recurring problem for both developing and developed countries. This book offers a human rights perspective on financial crises vis-a-vis low-income and least developed countries. It systematically analyzes government's commitment to women's economic rights and basic human rights during systemic banking crises. The book combines a wealth of data with rich theoretical arguments that weave together distinct but related bodies of literature from international development, human rights, and political economy.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Palgrave Pivot
- ISBN-13: 9783030036690
- ISBN: 3030036693
- Publication Year: 2019