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Title:The politics of inclusive development: interrogating the evidence
Editors:Hickey, SamuelISNI
Sen, KunalISNI
Bukenya, Badru
Year:2015
Pages:396
Language:English
City:Oxford
Publisher:Oxford University Press
ISBN:0198722567; 9780198722564; 9780191789250
Geographic terms:developing countries
Africa
China
Subjects:economic development
social development
political conditions
poverty
social security
minority groups
development cooperation
Abstract:This book is a collection of chapters investigating the kinds of politics that can help to secure 'inclusive development', defined by the editors as 'a process that occurs when social and material benefits are equitably distributed across divides within societies'. It draws from the initial research findings of the Effective States and Inclusive Development (ESID) Research Centre. Contents: Foreword (David Hulme). Part I: Introduction. Exploring the politics of inclusive development: towards a new conceptual approach (Sam Hickey, Kunal Sen, and Badru Bukenya). Part II: The politics of accumulation and growth. The political determinants of economic growth: an analytical review (Kunal Sen); The politics of what works for the poor in public expenditure and taxation (Paul Mosley); Governing natural resources for inclusive development (Anthony Bebbington). Part III: The politics of social and legal citizenship: promoting and protecting the rights of the poor?. The politics of what works in service delivery (Claire Mcloughlin); Political factors in the growth of social assistance (Armando Barrientos and Sony Pellissery); The politics and process of rule of law systems in developmental States (Deval Desai and Michael Woolcock). Part IV: The politics of recognition. The gendered politics of securing inclusive development (Sohela Nazneen and Simeen Mahmud); Ethnicity, State capacity, and development: reconsidering causal connections (Prerna Singh and Matthias vom Hau). Part V: The transnational politics of development. The politics of aid revisited: a review of evidence on State capacity and elite commitment (Arjan de Haan and Ward Warmerdam); China in Africa: impacts and prospects for accountable development (Giles Mohan) [ASC Leiden abstract]
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