This insightful book offers a new and innovative tool in the study of development. The authors propose ‘The Overall Development Model’ which provides a strategy for long-term, sustainable and adaptable development for countries around the globe. Starting with a comprehensive study into what development is and how it is achieved, Development Management of Transforming Economies critically analyzes current development schemes within transforming economies and examines their various actors both international and local, public and private. It examines the implementation of health, education and economic strategies of countries in Africa and Asia that have either undergone a development process, experienced slow but steady progress, or are just beginning to pursue a development strategy. In considering human development as a whole, the authors assert a new method of development that includes the developing population, and highlights the need for countries to define their own unique development process.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017|
|Product dimensions:||5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Fabiana Sciarelli is a Management Researcher and Professor of Management of Territories and Management of Human Resource at Unitelma Sapienza University, Rome, Italy. Her research interests focus upon development management and non-profit sector. She has also worked as a project coordinator, trainer and researcher for many public institutions and non-profit companies.
Azzurra Rinaldi is an Economics Researcher and Professor of Economics of Emerging Countries at Unitelma Sapienza University, Rome, Italy. She is experienced in the field of international cooperation and development economics, and has worked in many national and international projects focused upon microcredit and emerging countries.
Table of ContentsPART ONE: DEVELOPMENT.- Chapter 1 Defining Development.- Chapter 2 Theories of Development.- Chapter 3 Development Indicators and International Rankings.- Chapter 4 Special Focus on the Transforming Economies.- PART TWO: ACTORS OF DEVELOPMENT.- Chapter 5 Public Actors.- Chapter 6 Private Actors and Non-Governmental Actors (NGA).- Chapter 7 Mixed Actors.- PART THREE: DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN THE WORLD.- Chapter 8 Development Programmes in Africa.- Chapter 9 Development Programmes in Asia.- PART FOUR: FROM TRADITIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRUCTURE TO THE OPTIMAL STRUCTURE.- Chapter 10 Traditional Structure of Development Programme.- Chapter 11 Development in Three Phases: The Future of Transforming Areas.- Chapter 12 Overall Development Model for Transforming Areas.- Bibliography.