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Title:Common goods in a divided world
Editor:Berendsen, BernardISNI
Year:2011
Pages:245
Language:English
City:Amsterdam
Publisher:KIT Publishers
ISBN:9789460221644
Geographic terms:developing countries
Netherlands
Subjects:development
development cooperation
foreign policy
Abstract:These papers, the vast majority dealing with general aspects of development and development cooperation, were presented in a series of lectures by politicians, businessmen, and development experts, to the Netherlands Chapter of the Society for International Development (SID), 2009-2010. The book is introduced by Bernard Berendsen and the authors are: Herman Wijffels, Inge Kaul, Aart de Geus, Seth Kaplan, Andrew Mack, Richard Black, Yvo de Boer, Hannah Edinger (specifically about China in Africa), René Grotenhuis, Franz-Josef Radermacher, Ruud Lubbers, Jan Rood, Yoka Brandt, Jos van Gennep, and Ton Dietz. There are 2 panel discussions, the first, chaired by Sandra Rottenberg with members Paulus Verscheuren, Peter van Lieshout, Eduard Nazarski was Global governance: multi, many, messy, the second, Implications for Dutch foreign policy, was chaired by Roel Janssen and the members were the same as the first. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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