Milestones and Turning Points in Development Thinking by R. JollyMilestones and Turning Points in Development Thinking by R. Jolly

Milestones and Turning Points in Development Thinking

byR. Jolly

Hardcover | May 17, 2012

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The first volume of IDS Companions to Development Studies focuses on pivotal writing emerging from the IDS fellowship during the last 50 years. It includes five topics: perspectives and paradigms, debunking myths, development policy, gender and international perspectives, and policy, as well as names like Seers, Singer, Lipton, Reg Green.
Sir Richard Jolly is Honorary Professor and Research Associate of the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex, UK, where he was Director from 1972-81. After this, he was an Assistant Secretary General of the UN until 2000, first as Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF until 1995 and in UNDP from 1995-2000 as Princip...
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Title:Milestones and Turning Points in Development ThinkingFormat:HardcoverDimensions:319 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 1.09 inPublished:May 17, 2012Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230368336

ISBN - 13:9780230368330

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Table of Contents

Foreword; F.Stewart Introduction; R.Jolly PART I: PERSPECTIVES AND PARADIGMS The Limitations of the Special Case; D.Seers The Late Development Effect; R.Dore Are Development Studies Relevant to British Problems?; M.Phil Faculty and Students The Congruence of Marxism and other Neo-Classical Doctrines; D.Seers Development Theory and the Experience of Development: Issues for the Future; J.Toye PART II: DEBUNKING MYTHS Economic Growth: What are we Trying to Measure?; D.Seers Beware of Debt Speak; M.Faber Poverty and Livelihoods: Whose Reality Counts?; R.Chambers PART III: DEVELOPMENT POLICY Employment, Incomes and Equality: Lessons of the ILO Employment Strategy Mission to Kenya; R.Jolly & H.W.Singer Redistribution with Growth: The Economic Framework; M.S.Ahluwalia & H.Chenery Why the Poor Stay Poor; M.Lipton Rapid Rural Appraisal: Rationale and Repertoire; R.Chambers Adjustment with a Human Face; R.Jolly Towards a Flexible State; R.Murray Education and the Market: Which Parts of the Neo-liberal Solution are Correct?; C.Colclough Environmental Entitlements: Dynamics and Institutions in Community-Based Natural Resource Management; M.Leach , R.Mearns & I.Scoones PART IV: GENDER The Continuing Subordination of Women in the Development Process; K.Young Neo-liberalism, Gender and the Limits of the Market; N.Kabeer & J.Humphrey PART V: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES AND POLICY The Distribution of Gains between Investing and Borrowing Countries; H.W.Singer Toward a Rational and Equitable New International Economic Order: A Case for Negotiated Structural Changes; R.H.Green & H.W.Singer