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This textbook provides a historical survey of economic and political development theory and practice since 1945 against the background of changes in global politics. It examines the ideas, institutions and practices of international development and includes case studies on Ghana, Argentina and South Korea.
1. Introduction: International Development and Global Politics Part 1: Development and the Sovereign Order 2. Global Context 3. Development Theory 4. Development Institutions 5. Development Practice Part 2: Development and the Liberal Order 6. Global Context 7. Development Theory 8. Development Institutions 9. Development Practice 10. Conclusion