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The Resource Milestones and turning points in development thinking, edited by Richard Jolly

Milestones and turning points in development thinking, edited by Richard Jolly

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Milestones and turning points in development thinking
Title
Milestones and turning points in development thinking
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard Jolly
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Jolly, Richard
Series statement
IDS companions to development
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  • Economic development
  • Economics
  • Economics
  • Institutional economics
Label
Milestones and turning points in development thinking, edited by Richard Jolly
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The congruence of Marxism and other neo-classical doctrins
  • John Toye (1987)
  • Economic growth: what are we trying to measure?
  • Dudley Seers (1972)
  • Beware of debt speak
  • Mike Faber (1988)
  • Poverty and livelihoods: whose reality counts?
  • Robert Chambers (1955)
  • Employment, incomes and equality: lessons of the ILO employment strategy mission to Kenya
  • Hans W. Singer and Richard Jolly (1972)
  • Introduction
  • Redistribution with growth: the economic framework
  • Montek S. Ahluwalia and Hollis Chenery (1974)
  • Why the poor stay poor
  • Michael Lipton (1977)
  • Rapid rural appraisal: rationale and repertoire
  • Robert Chambers (1981)
  • Adjustment with a human face
  • Richard Jolly (1985)
  • Towards a flexible state
  • Robin Murray (1992)
  • Richard Jolly
  • Education and the market: which parts of the neo-liberal solution are correct?
  • Christopher Colclough (1996)
  • Environmental entitlements: Dynamics and institutions in community-based natural resource management
  • Melissa Leach, Robin Mearns and Ian Scoones (1999)
  • The continuing subordination of women in the development process
  • Kate Young (1979)
  • Neo-liberalism, gender and the limits of the market
  • Naila Kabeer and John Humphrey (1991)
  • The distribution of gains between investing and borrowing countries
  • Hans W. Singer (1950)
  • The limitations of the special case
  • Towards a rational and equitable new international economic order: a case for negotiated structural changes
  • Reginald H. Green and Hans W. Singer (1975)
  • Dudley Seers (1963)
  • The late development effect
  • Ronald Dore (1972)
  • Are development studies relevant to British problems?
  • M. Phil. Faculty and students (1977)
Control code
ocn779263935
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvii, 302 p.
Isbn
9780230368330
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2012021608
System control number
(OCoLC)779263935
Label
Milestones and turning points in development thinking, edited by Richard Jolly
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The congruence of Marxism and other neo-classical doctrins
  • John Toye (1987)
  • Economic growth: what are we trying to measure?
  • Dudley Seers (1972)
  • Beware of debt speak
  • Mike Faber (1988)
  • Poverty and livelihoods: whose reality counts?
  • Robert Chambers (1955)
  • Employment, incomes and equality: lessons of the ILO employment strategy mission to Kenya
  • Hans W. Singer and Richard Jolly (1972)
  • Introduction
  • Redistribution with growth: the economic framework
  • Montek S. Ahluwalia and Hollis Chenery (1974)
  • Why the poor stay poor
  • Michael Lipton (1977)
  • Rapid rural appraisal: rationale and repertoire
  • Robert Chambers (1981)
  • Adjustment with a human face
  • Richard Jolly (1985)
  • Towards a flexible state
  • Robin Murray (1992)
  • Richard Jolly
  • Education and the market: which parts of the neo-liberal solution are correct?
  • Christopher Colclough (1996)
  • Environmental entitlements: Dynamics and institutions in community-based natural resource management
  • Melissa Leach, Robin Mearns and Ian Scoones (1999)
  • The continuing subordination of women in the development process
  • Kate Young (1979)
  • Neo-liberalism, gender and the limits of the market
  • Naila Kabeer and John Humphrey (1991)
  • The distribution of gains between investing and borrowing countries
  • Hans W. Singer (1950)
  • The limitations of the special case
  • Towards a rational and equitable new international economic order: a case for negotiated structural changes
  • Reginald H. Green and Hans W. Singer (1975)
  • Dudley Seers (1963)
  • The late development effect
  • Ronald Dore (1972)
  • Are development studies relevant to British problems?
  • M. Phil. Faculty and students (1977)
Control code
ocn779263935
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xvii, 302 p.
Isbn
9780230368330
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2012021608
System control number
(OCoLC)779263935

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