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After a decade of high growth, a new narrative of optimism has taken hold about Africa and its economic prospects. However, alongside some reductions in poverty, there is a broad consensus that progress in human development has been limited given the volume of wealth created. There is growing...
Part 1 of this study is authored by Dr. Shobha Raghuram, independent researcher, specialized in development studies and philosophy. Part 2, which provides narratives of development activists and academicians in the Asia-Pacific region, has been co-edited by Dr. Shobha Raghuram and Ms. Sai...
This book combines views and recommendations by international experts, academics and activists. It explores the connection between internationally agreed norms, standards, and common goods and the way they can be realised in world that is both globalised and localised. Contributors include: Paul...
Development Vol. 55.4 brings together reflections on African development strategies over the last decade highlighting the myriad of innovative activities for African-led economic and social change.