Part I. Perspectives and Paradigms
1. The Limitations of the Special Case
2. The Late Development Effect
3. Are Development Studies Relevant to British Problems?
M. Phil. Faculty, Students
4. The Congruence of Marxism and Other Neo-Classical Doctrines
5. Development Theory and the Experience of Development: Issues for the Future
Part II. Debunking Myths
6. Economic Growth: What Are We Trying to Measure?
7. Beware of Debt Speak
8. Poverty and Livelihoods: Whose Reality Counts?
Part III. Development Policy
9. Employment, Incomes and Equality: Lessons of the ILO Employment Strategy Mission to Kenya
Hans W. Singer, Richard Jolly
10. Redistribution with Growth: The Economic Framework
Montek S. Ahluwalia, Hollis Chenery
11. Why the Poor Stay Poor
12. Rapid Rural Appraisal: Rationale and Repertoire
13. Adjustment with a Human Face
14. Towards a Flexible State
15. Education and the Market: Which Parts of the Neo-Liberal Solution Are Correct?
16. Environmental Entitlements: Dynamics and Institutions in Community-Based Natural Resource Management
Melissa Leach, Robin Mearns, Ian Scoones
Part IV. Gender
17. The Continuing Subordination of Women in the Development Process
18. Neo-Liberalism, Gender and the Limits of the Market
Naila Kabeer, John Humphrey
Part V. International Perspectives and Policy
19. The Distribution of Gains between Investing and Borrowing Countries
Hans W. Singer
20. Towards a Rational and Equitable New International Economic Order: A Case for Negotiated Structural Changes
Reginald H. Green, Hans W. Singer