Dan Banik: Poverty and Elusive Development
Published by Universitetsforlaget, 2010.
The book questions the current status of the development agenda and examines why development has eluded large groups of people living in poverty. Based on a critical analysis of local, national and global efforts to promote social, economic and political development, the book focuses on a selected set of interrelated issues that form an integral part of the current development discourse: corruption, democracy, human rights, climate change and foreign aid.
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