Shifting Wealth is the first edition of Perspectives on Global Development, a new annual publication from the OECD Development Centre. Shifting Wealth examines the changing dynamics of the global economy over the last 20 years, and in particular the impact of the economic rise of large developing countries, such as China and India, on the poor. It details new patterns in assets and flows within theglobal economy and highlights the strengthening of "south-south" links – the increasing interactions between developing countries through trade, aid and foreign direct investment.
Table of Contents Acknowledgements Acronyms and Abbreviations Preface Executive Summary Introduction – Why “Shifting Wealth” and Why Now? Chapter 1. Shifting Wealth and the New Geography of Growth Chapter 2. The Asian Giants and their Macroeconomic Impact Chapter 3. The Increasing Importance of the South to the South Chapter 4. Shifting Wealth and Poverty Reduction Chapter 5. The Growing Technological Divide in a Four-speed World Chapter 6. Harnessing the Winds of Change Chapter 7. Collective Responses to Shifting Wealth Statistical Annex: The Four-speed World Classification with TOC BookMarkLinks