A Radical History of Development Studies: Individuals, Institutions and Ideologies Paperback – 1 Dec 2005
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'Provides a critical analysis of the history of international development...the contributors adopt a distinct radical perspective on the subject.' International Review of Social History, Vol.52, Part 1 'Overall, it is a stimulating book...very well documented, it facilitates a retracing of the history of the field and it also highlights how individuals involved had to continually rethink or revisit what they had been doing.' Development and Change
About the Author
Uma Kothari is a senior lecturer in development studies at the School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester
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