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Globalisation, Poverty and Conflict - A Critical 'Development' Reader
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Globalisation, Poverty and Conflict - A Critical 'Development' Reader
von: Max Spoor
Springer-Verlag, 2006
ISBN: 9781402028588
349 Seiten, Download: 1900 KB
 
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  CONTENTS 7  
  ABBREVIATIONS 11  
  INTRODUCTION 13  
     GLOBALISATION, POVERTY AND CONFLICT MAX SPOOR 13  
        1. INTRODUCTION 13  
        2. REVIEW OF THE CHAPTERS 15  
        3. THE CONFERENCE AND THIS READER 25  
  PART I GLOBALISATION, INEQUALITY AND POVERTY 26  
     1 FROM EXCLUSIVE TO INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT 28  
     2 COLLATERAL DAMAGE OR CALCULATED DEFAULT? THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND THE POLITICS OF GLOBALISATION 34  
        1. INTRODUCTION 34  
        2. THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS 35  
        3. GLOBAL POVERTY 37  
        4. POLITICS: GAINING NEW INSIGHTS OR IGNORING THEM? 40  
        5. AID AND COOPERATION 42  
        6. ARE WE ON TRACK? 45  
        7. THE POLITICS OF GLOBALISATION 50  
     3 CAN IMPROVED HUMAN DEVELOPMENT POLICIES BREAK THE CYCLE OF POVERTY? 60  
        1. INTRODUCTION 60  
        2. POVERTY AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS 61  
        3. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 63  
        4. THE QUALITY OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT POLICIES 64  
        5. ACCELERATING HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 68  
        6. CONCLUSION 69  
     4 INEQUALITY, POVERTY AND CONFLICT IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES 72  
        1. INTRODUCTION 72  
        2. GROWTH WITH INEQUALITY: ACCESSION COUNTRIES AND EMERGING PERIPHERIES 75  
        3. INCREASED INCOME INEQUALITY AND HIGHER RURAL POVERTY RISKS 80  
        4. CONCLUSIONS 85  
     5 GLOBALISATION, MARGINALISATION AND CONFLICT 92  
        1. INTRODUCTION 92  
        2. GLOBALISATION AND MARGINALISATION 92  
        3. SUSPENSION OF THE DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT 98  
        4. THE DEVELOPMENT OF VIOLENT INTERNAL CONFLICT 101  
        5. CONCLUSION 103  
     6 THE SLOW PROGRESS OF INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REFORM 106  
        1. INTRODUCTION 106  
        2. WHAT PROGRESS TILL NOW? 108  
        3. CRISES PREVENTION: HAVE THE RIGHT MEASURES BEEN TAKEN? 110  
        4. POLITICAL ECONOMY 115  
        5. CONCLUSIONS AND POLICY SUGGESTIONS FOR ENCOURAGING PRIVATE FLOWS 118  
     7 THE DEBT CRISIS AND THE SOUTH IN AN ERA OF GLOBALISATION 122  
        1. INTRODUCTION 122  
        2. WAVES OF RESOURCE FLOWS AND CHANGES IN DEBT STRUCTURES 124  
        3. THE WAY OUT: GLOBALISING INSOLVENCY PROCEDURES 130  
        4. SHORTCOMINGS OF THE IMF MODEL 133  
        5. A FAIR AND TRANSPARENT PROCESS 135  
        6. CONCLUDING REMARKS 137  
  PART II GOVERNANCE, CIVIL SOCIETY AND POVERTY 140  
     8 DISEMPOWERING NEW DEMOCRACIES AND THE PERSISTENCE OF POVERTY 142  
        1. INTRODUCTION 142  
        2. THE CENTRALITY OF GROWTH AND EQUITY 143  
        3. AN ELECTIVE AFFINITY? 145  
        4. SOME EVIDENCE AND ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES 147  
        5. THE PROBLEMATIQUE 156  
        6. SOME EXPLANATIONS 158  
        7. GLOBALISATION, STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT AND “CHOICELESS DEMOCRACIES” 165  
        8. CONCLUSION 170  
     9 LOCAL GOVERNANCE AND RURAL POVERTY IN AFRICA 180  
        1. THE COMMON IDENTITY OF SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA 180  
        2. THE SEARCH FOR A GOVERNANCE PARADIGM CONDUCIVE TO DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA 183  
        3. GOVERNANCE AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF RURAL POVERTY 186  
        4. DECENTRALISATION OF CONFLICT AND POVERTY 190  
        5. REGULATION AND RURAL POVERTY 192  
        6. CONCLUSION 194  
     10 LOCAL GOVERNANCE HYBRIDS: ENABLING POLICIES AND CITIZEN APPROACHES TO POVERTY REDUCTION 202  
        1. INTRODUCTION 202  
        2. ENABLEMENT AND CITIZENSHIP 203  
        3. CONSTITUENT ELEMENTS OF NEW GOVERNANCE HYBRIDS FOR POVERTY REDUCTION 205  
        4. LIMITATIONS AND CONCLUDING OBSERVATIONS 219  
     11 CIVIC ENGAGEMENT, SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND THE GOVERNANCE CRISIS 224  
        1. DEFINING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 224  
        2. ASPECTS OF CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 224  
        3. THE GOVERNANCE CRISIS 230  
        4. SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY 233  
        5. STRENGTHENING CIVIC ENGAGEMENT AND SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY 237  
     12 BLURRING THE STATE-PRIVATE DIVIDE: FLEX ORGANISATIONS AND THE DECLINE OF ACCOUNTABILITY 242  
        1. INTRODUCTION 242  
        2. RETREAT OF THE STATE? 243  
        3. TWO DISCONNECTS 244  
        4. SOCIAL ORGANISATION AND NETWORKS OF GOVERNANCE 245  
        5. BOUNDARY CROSSING IN POST-SOCIALIST STATES 246  
        6. THE DEEP AND WIDESPREAD UNACCOUNTABLE STATE? 253  
        7. IMPLICATIONS FOR ACCOUNTABILITY 255  
  PART III RESOURCE DEGRADATION, INSTITUTIONS AND CONFLICT 262  
     13 MULTI-LEVEL GOVERNANCE AND RESILIENCE OF SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS 264  
        1. INTRODUCTION 264  
        2. THE BELIEF IN THE EFFICACY OF TOP-DOWN SOLUTIONS 265  
        3. SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL SYSTEMS AS COMPLEX ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS 271  
        4. MULTI-SCALE ADAPTIVE PROCESSES IN THE HISTORY OF POLITICAL-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT 276  
        5. CONCLUSION: COPING WITH COMPLEXITY 279  
     14 THE LIMITS OF INSTITUTIONS: ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION AND KNOWLEDGE FRAMING 286  
        1. INTRODUCTION 286  
        2. FRAMING ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGE 287  
        3. THE ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION CAUSES CONFLICT THESIS 290  
        4. INSTITUTIONAL INTERVENTIONS: DEVELOPMENT AGENTS OR SOURCES OF CONFLICT? 295  
        5. CONCLUSION 301  
     15 BEYOND STATE-COMMUNITY POLARISATIONS AND BOGUS “JOINT”NESS: CRAFTING INSTITUTIONAL SOLUTIONS FOR RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 308  
        1. INTRODUCTION 308  
        2. INSTITUTIONS FOR NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: DEFINITIONS AND MORAL IMPERATIVES 309  
        3. THE NEED FOR INSTITUTIONS IN THE CASE OF NATURAL RESOURCES/ECOSYSTEM MANAGEMENT 312  
        4. THE DESIGN OF MULTI-LEVEL INSTITUTIONS FOR NATURAL RESOURCE GOVERNANCE 316  
        5. CONCLUSION: THE LIMITS OF INSTITUTIONS 322  
  IN CONCLUSION 330  
     16 KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN SUPPORT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 332  
        1. BEYOND DEVELOPMENT? 332  
        2. KNOWLEDGE AND EDUCATION IN DEVELOPMENT 338  
        3. CONCLUSION: RECIPROCITY AND PARTNERSHIP 344  
  CONTRIBUTORS 348  
  INDEX 350  


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