Doctrines of Development [NOOK Book]

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First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Overview

First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781134801886
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 9/2/2003
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 576
  • File size: 2 MB

Table of Contents

Preface
1 The Invention of Development 3
The European setting of development 11
The idea of progress 12
The pessimism of progress: Thomas Malthus 18
The design of development 21
A theory of trusteeship 25
Progress and development: Comte and 'order' 28
Progress and development: J.S. Mill and 'knowledge' 35
The Indian reiteration 42
2 Development without Progress: Underdevelopment and J. H. Newman 60
Post-war 'underdevelopment theory' 61
Development thought in nineteenth century Latin America 63
Underdevelopment theory and its critics 75
The 'internal' and 'external' of development 78
The nineteenth-century theological debate 88
Newman's idea of development 90
Development, 'corruption' and underdevelopment 94
The belief in development 100
Newman's influence 107
3 The Development of Productive Force: Marx and List 116
Recapitulation 116
Marx and development 117
Hegel's principle of development 119
Hegel's flow of development 126
Trusteeship 131
Marx's internal and external of development 137
Productive force 140
Surplus populations and development doctrine 150
Marx and List 154
Hamilton and productive powers 154
List, productive force and the national doctrine of development 158
Marx's critique of List 165
4 Immanent and Intentional Development: The Origins of Development Doctrine in Australia and Canada 173
The case of Victoria, Australia 175
The case of Quebec, Canada 190
Conclusion: an irony of history 252
5 Development Doctrine in 'Underdeveloped' Britain 254
Land 257
Community: T. H. Green and progressive development 260
The British doctrine of development: Joseph Chamberlain 270
Towards the 1909 Development Act 282
The problem of intentional development: L. T. Hobhouse 286
6 Development Doctrine in Africa: The Case of Kenya 294
Introduction 294
The significance of 1960 298
Reports on unemployment 302
State and community 309
Trusteeship 316
Agriculture and industry 330
Agrarian policy 332
Land in the Central Province 334
Manufacturing industry, commerce and small enterprise 342
Conclusion: the internal and external of development 360
7 Joseph Schumpeter and 'Faustian' Development 373
Faustian development 373
The banker as the 'ephor' of development 380
Austria 384
Schumpeter's purpose of development 396
Progress and development 409
The internal and external of development 412
Intentional development 417
Bank and state policy 422
The development state in East Asia 427
Agrarian bias of non-development 433
8 Conclusion: The Jargon of Development 438
What is development? 438
Recent orthodox texts on economic development 439
Recent alternative texts on development 452
Development and capitalism 472
Acknowledgements 477
Notes 478
Bibliography 505
Index 541
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