A Society for International Development: Prospectus 1984

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A Society for International Development: Prospectus 1984 is a collection of studies that examines the current problems of world development in light of the past twenty-five years but goes beyond an examination of that experience to project practical and workable plans for the future. In this book the authors ask the question "what is development?" and they invite the people of the world to respond. Is development economic growth, or is it the creation of a new basis for preserving cultural identity? Who should determine developmental policies? On whom should we rely to see these policies through? Combining broad questions with specific case studies, the authors suggest that a new world order is both attainable and desirable.
 

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Contents

Development Then and Now Ismail Sabri Abdalla
3
Lessons from the Past Munir Benjenk
14
A New Development Ponna Wignaraja
27
The Two Great Challenges of Our TimeThe Barbara Ward Lecture Robert
42
How to Approach Strategies for Survival Andrew
51
How to Produce a Possible Balance of Equations in NorthSouth Relations
59
How to Take the Law into Your Own Hands Clarence Dias
71
Or How to Operate Your Own Financial
79
Helping Them to Help Us Emilio Colombo
139
The Marine Revolution Elisabeth Mann Borgese
148
New Engines for Development Assisting
155
Rapporteurs Report Martin
162
Harnessing Political Will Joan Lestor
171
The Crisis of Multilateralism Mahbub ul Haq
181
The Imperative of International Economic Cooperation Javier Perez
190
Winning by Bargaining Michael Allen
194

Some
91
International
100
Tapping New Commercial Sources and
121
Money Talks Sustaining the Monetary System
128
Insiders Experiences
215
A Look at Some of the Imbalances M
233
About the Authors
247
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