Grugel, Jean

The Palgrave Handbook of International Development

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: A Call for Action in a Multidisciplinary World
Jean Grugel, Daniel Hammett

Part I. Theories of Development

2. Classical Approaches to Development: Modernisation and Dependency
Wil Hout

3. Postcolonial Approaches to Development
Pat Noxolo

4. Ethical Issues in Development
Jay Drydyk

5. Democracy and Development: A Relationship of Harmony or Tension?
Matthew Louis Bishop

6. Global Citizenship and Development: From Benevolence to Global Justice?
Matt Baillie Smith

Part II. The Changing Role of the State and Capital in Development

7. The Developmental State
Christopher Wylde

8. Natural Resource Extraction and the Development Conundrum
Håvard Haarstad

9. Intellectual Property Rights and Development: A Contingent Political Relationship
Valbona Muzaka

10. Governing the Formal Economy: The Convergence of Theory and Divergence of Practice
Tony Heron

11. Outside the State: The Shadow Economy and Shadow Economy Labour Force
Friedrich Schneider

Part III. The Changing Role of Citizens, Civil Society and Privatisation in Development

12. Urban Informality and the State: A Relationship of Perpetual Negotiation
Tom Goodfellow

13. Civil Society: Management, Mismanagement and Informal Governance
Sarah A. Radcliffe

14. Security Privatisation, the State, and Development in the Global South
Rita Abrahamsen

15. Alternatives to the Privatisation of Water and Sanitation Services: Lessons from Latin America
Susan Spronk

Part IV. New Flows of Development Finance

16. Emerging Powers in International Development: Questioning South–South Cooperation
Giles Mohan

17. The New Philanthropy: Private Power in International Development Policy?
Michael Moran, Diane Stone

18. Recipients and Contributors: The Dual Role of Middle-Income Countries
Jose Antonio Alonso, Jonathan Glennie, Andy Sumner

19. Migrants, Remittances and Hometown Associations in Promoting Development
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen

Part V. (In)Security, Mobility and Geopolitics

20. Mobility, Immobility and Migration
Ronald Skeldon

21. ‘Make Migration a Choice not a Necessity’: Challenging the Instrumentalisation of Migration as a Tool for Development
Nicola Piper

22. Slavery, Human Trafficking, and Forced Labour: Implications for International Development
Genevieve LeBaron

23. International Development and the Global Drugs Trade
Neil Carrier, Gernot Klantschnig

24. The Violence of Development: Guerrillas, Gangs, and Goondas in Perspective
Gareth A. Jones, Dennis Rodgers

25. Aid and the ‘Circle of Security’
John Overton, Warwick E. Murray

Part VI. Rights, Activism and Citizenship

26. What do Human Rights Mean in Development?
Paul Gready, Jonathan Ensor

27. Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Rosemary Morgan

28. From Objects to Subjects? Children and Youth in Development
Nicola Ansell

29. Disability and Development: Critical (Dis)Connections
Shaun Grech

30. Mental Health and the Mindset of Development
China Mills

31. Invented Spaces of Activism: Gezi Park and Performative Practices of Citizenship
Deniz Ay, Faranak Miraftab

Part VII. Science, Technology and Innovation

32. New Social Media Practices: Potential for Development, Democracy, and Anti-democratic Practices
Matthew Adeiza, Philip N. Howard

33. The Role of Transport and Communication Infrastructure in Realising Development Outcomes
Jean-Paul Rodrigue

34. Smart City: Neoliberal Discourse or Urban Development Tool?
Nancy Odendaal

35. Crowdsourcing Development: From Funding to Reporting
Johan Hellström

36. The Problematic of Biofuels for Development
Kate J. Neville, Peter Dauvergne

Part VIII. Vulnerability and Adaptation to Environmental Change

37. Food Security, Land, and Development
Philip McMichael

38. Livelihood Adaptation and Climate Variability in Africa
Lindsey Stringer, Claire Quinn, Rachel Berman, Jami Dixon

39. Can Regional Cooperation Promote Sustainable Development?
Karen M. Siegel

40. Rethinking the Vulnerability of Small Island States: Climate Change and Development in the Pacific Islands
Jon Barnett, Elissa Waters

41. Running Dry: Water, Development and Conflict
Ashok Swain

42. Erratum to: Livelihood Adaptation and Climate Variability in Africa
Lindsey Stringer, Claire Quinn, Rachel Berman, Jami Dixon

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, International Relations, Development Theory, Development Policy, Development and Social Change, Poverty, Aid and Development, Regional Development

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