The Evolution of Development Thinking : Governance, Economics, Assistance, and Security
This book assesses the evolution of theories, doctrines, and practices in governance, economics, foreign assistance, civil society, and human security in developing countries since WWII, identifying progress and weaknesses. It points to how development approaches across these inter-connected areas can greatly enhance inclusive development.
New York City
Economic development Developing countries, Internal security, Economic assistance, Economic conditions
Economic History | Economics | Growth and Development
Ascher, W., et al. (2016). The evolution of development thinking : Governance, economics, assistance, and security. New York City: Palgrave Macmillan.