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After 2015: International Development Policy at a Crossroads - Rethinking International Development series (Hardback)
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After 2015: International Development Policy at a Crossroads - Rethinking International Development series (Hardback)

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Hardback 215 Pages / Published: 26/05/2009
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The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have played a major role in focusing policy since their original incarnation in the mid to late 1990s but what happens when we no longer have the MDGs - what will guide policy after 2015? This book discusses the world and development policy up to and beyond 2015.

Publisher: Palgrave USA
ISBN: 9781403987723
Number of pages: 215
Weight: 440 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 12 mm


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'This book is GREAT! Our world has been dislocated by the current crisis. This book throws us a life-line. It is readable and entertaining, but also serious, strategic and thoughtful - a significant attempt to re-think development on a global scale. I hope it sells a million copies.' - Simon Maxwell CBE, Director, Overseas Development Institute, London

'This is a book which does what it sets out to do - to look at key issues in international development, to explain the context and to propose some pathways ahead as we enter a more complex, global society. One to add to the collection.' - Professor Myles Wickstead, Open University and former Head of Secretariat, Commission for Africa

'Sumner and Tiwari pose important questions. Read what they have to say as a guide to important debates on some enduring issues.' - Richard Manning, former chair Development Assistance Committee, OECD

'This book is an insightful and invaluable roadmap to the world of development policy.' - Dr Claire Melamed, Head of Policy, Action Aid

'This book widens our discussion with a fresh perspective. It enhances our understanding of the dynamics of development in the context of critical global changes.' - Dr Shankar P Sharma, Former Vice Chairman, National Planning Commission, Government of Nepal

'A very interesting book addressing the crucial questions, not only for researchers or policy makers but for everyone.' - Dr Tran Tuan, Director, Research and Training Centre for Community Development, Vietnam

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