Economic growth, the UN and the Global South: an unfulfilled promise

  title={Economic growth, the UN and the Global South: an unfulfilled promise},
  author={Pallavi Roy},
  journal={Third World Quarterly},
  pages={1284 - 1297}
  • Pallavi Roy
  • Published 22 April 2016
  • Economics
  • Third World Quarterly
Abstract The most visible success of the UN system has been to foster a multilateral structure of international governance that has proved resilient since World War II. However, this structure has failed to provide a financing mechanism to help developing countries achieve the structural transformations required for broad-based economic growth. Indeed, the Global South has also had many chances to reorder the international financing system but has failed thus far to do so. The global… 
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