Managing Development in a Global Context bridges the gap between the theoretical literature and practices needed to understand the process of development management challenges facing the South. It examines the history of development; the current global, regional and national characteristics of present developmental and managerial dilemmas, as well as possible future scenarios. The authors bring together the depth and breadth of their scholarship and professional experience, as development consultants in various developing nations, to provide a refreshing exploration of the relationship between mutual vulnerability, human insecurity, and de-development. This book brings into question many of the unilinear and unidirectional understandings of development, management, politics, and globalization.

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