- Title Pages
- Introduction: The Lure of Development Models
- Chapter 1 A China Model or Just a Broken Mould?
- Chapter 2 Latin America's View of China: Interest, but Scepticism
- Chapter 3 The China Model in Africa: A New Brand of Developmentalism
- Chapter 4 Learning the Right Lessons from Beijing: A Model for the Arab World?
- Chapter 5 Towards an Islamic Model for the Middle East and North Africa?
- Chapter 6 Democracy, Development and Political Islam: Comparing Iran and Turkey
- Chapter 7 Can the East Asian Developmental State be Replicated? The Case of Malaysia
- Chapter 8 Governance and Development: A Case Study of Pakistan
- Chapter 9 Is “Good Governance” an Appropriate Model for Governance Reforms? The Relevance of East Asia for Developing Muslim Countries
- Conclusion: Not Washington, Beijing nor Mecca: The Limitations of Development Models
- About the Contributors
- Development Models in Muslim Contexts
- Edinburgh University Press
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