By: S Cleary
147 pages, B/w illus
This book explores the connection between conventional development theory and what has happened in practice, reflecting on the missed opportunities of forty years of development assistance to the Third World and its effects on the environment. It argues that the underlying cause of this failure has been the overwhelming importance attached to economic measurements in the theory behind conventional development practice. A dispassionate and well-written book, which makes a valuable contribution to this crucial debate.
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