Find a copy in the library
Find it in libraries globally
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||xix, 826 p. ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||20/20 proposal; absolute vs relative poverty; accountability (political); adjustment with a human face (UNICEF 1987); advocacy coalitions; African Development Bank; ageing; Agenda 21; agrarian reform; Agrarian transformation; agribusiness; agricultural involution (Geertz); agriculture; agrochemicals; agroforestry; aid; aid evaluation and effectiveness; AIDS; alternative development; anti-development criticisms; apartheid; appropriate technology; arms sales and control; ASEAN; Asian crises; asylum-seeking and granting; authoritarianism; Bandung conference (1955); barefoot doctors; Basel Convention; basic needs approach; 'Big Push' concept (Rosenstein-Rodin and Nurkse); bilateral aid agencies; biodiversity; biomedicine; biopiracy; bioprospecting; biosafety protocol; biotechnology; boreholes; brain drain; Brandt Commission; Bretton Woods; Brown environmental agenda; Brundtland Commission; Bucharest conference (1974); bureaucracy; Butler's model of tourism development; Cairo conference (ICPD, 1994); capability vs utility; capacity-building; capital flight; capital intensive; capital markets; capitalism; CARE; carrying capacity; cartels; caste; casualisation of work; CEDAW (Convention for Eliminating all Forms of Discrimination Against Women); CGE models; charities; child labour; child prostitution; child soldiers; children and development; Chipko movement; cholera; Christianity and development; chronic poverty; circular migration; citizenship; civil society; Clash of Civilisations (Huntington); Clean Development Mechanism; climate change and development; Club of Rome; clustering; Cold War; collectivisation; colonialism and development; commercialization; Commission on Sustainable Development (UN); Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA); common pool resources; communes/collectives/cooperatives; community; community forestry; community-based natural resource management; comparative advantage; complex emergencies; conditionality; conflict management; conservation; contract farming; Convention on Biological Diversity; Copenhagen social summit (1995); corruption; cost-benefit analysis; crime and development; criticisms of development; cultural ecology; cultural heritage; cultural relativism; culture and development; culture of poverty; dams; debt; debt crisis (1980s); debt for nature swaps; debt trading; decent work discourse; decentralisation; decolonialisation; deep ecology; defaulting; deforestation; democracy; demographic transition; demographic trap; dependency theory; desertification; deskilling; development as a discourse; development as anti-politics; development management; developmental states; disease eradication; disease, social construction of; dollarisation; domestic law and development; domestic violence; drinking water; drought; drugs; dryland farming; drylands; early warning systems; EBRD; ECLAC; ecodevelopment (Strong); economic development; economic exclusion zones; economic federalisation; economic growth; economic poli|
|Responsibility:||edited by Tim Forsyth.|
"A resource for every academic library reference shelf... The 600 signed entries, ranging from brief and factual to longer essays, are clear and concise... Highly recommended."