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More promises-to-pay issued direct by enterprises), banks began creating money in a new, unregulated international banking system, thus adding to the world's money supply. For, as before, the credit instruments soon became used as means of exchange. The availability of credit sustained investment and lubricated the channels of trade. The results were all good for so long as the growth in output kept pace with the expansion of the new 'money'. While much economic theory ascribes the sustained economic growth of post-war decades to the liberalisation of trade and the lowering of tariff barriers through GATT negotiations, it seems far more likely that the real engine of growth has been credit-creation, begun by governments through the Marshall Plan and other state-initiated measures but continued through the combined efforts at financial innovation of transnational corporations and banks in issuing tradeable commercial paper.
Yet, some economists have argued that to equate industrialisation with import-substitution has been mistaken, because of the high costs of the transformation needed later on (Krueger, 1983; Pazos, 1985). This is an issue to which we return in chapters 4 and 5, for both states and firms find that eliminating the bad habits engendered by operating behind protective barriers is far from easy, and sometimes impossible. In many cases, national firms cannot change for lack of resources and multinationals are resistant to change for fear of upsetting arrangements elsewhere.
Changes in the international political economy create new sources of asymmetry in the relative importance of the three sides of the triangle. The growth of global competition can be seen as moving the world towards a position where events are conditioned more by an emerging managerial technocracy than by traditional notions of state power. In this new technocracy, firms feature prominently but are only one component of a wider network that links them to the educational and skills infrastructure and the financial system.
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