History of Development Thought: A Critical Anthology

History of Development Thought: A Critical Anthology

by R. Srivatsan (Editor)


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781138664838
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/20/2016
Pages: 322
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

R. Srivatsan is Senior Fellow at Anveshi Research Centre for Women’s Studies, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India.

Table of Contents

Foreword . Acknowledgements . Introduction Part 1: Early Thinkers 1. W.A. Lewis and the Dual Economy Model 2. P.C. Mahalanobis and Indian Planning: Excerpt from Studies Relating to Planning for National Development Part 2: Neo-Marxism and Latin America 3. Paul Baran and the Concept of Backwardness 4. Andre Gunder-Frank and the Concept of Underdevelopment: Excerpt from On Development and Underdevelopment 5. Ernesto Laclau and the Critique of Underdevelopment: Excerpt from Feudalism and Capitalism in Latin America Part 3: Mode of Production in India 6. Utsa Patnaik and the Mode of Production in Agriculture: Excerpt from Capitalist Development in Agriculture: Further Comment 7. Hamza Alavi and the Colonial Mode of Production: Excerpt from India and the Colonial Mode of Production 8. Ashok Rudra and the Excluded Middle Peasant: Excerpt from Class Relations in Indian Agriculture Part 4: Feminist Perspectives on Development 9. Ester Boserup and Women in Development: Excerpt from the Casual Worker 10. Marie Mies and the Woman as Housewife: Excerpt from Houswifization International: Women and the New International Division of Labour 11. Nirmala Banerjee and the Concept of Unorganized Labour: Excerpt from The Character of the Unorganized Sector 12. Mary E. John and the Changing Constitutive Contexts of Development: Excerpt from Gender and Development In India, 1970s-1990s Part 5: The Debate on the Indian Developmental State in the 1980s 13. Pranab Bardhan and the Autonomous State: Excerpt from the State as an Autonomous Actor 14. Sukhamoy Chakravarty and Development Planning: Excerpt from Indian Planning: Basic Features and Analytics 15. Partha Chatterjee and the National State: Excerpt from The National State Part 6: International Development Thinking in the 1980s 16. A.O. Hirschman and the End of Development Economics: Excerpt from a Simple Classification of Developmental Theories 17. Samuel Huntingdon and the Multiplication of Development Goals: Excerpt from the Goals of Development 18. Amartya Sen and the Concept of Capability: Excerpt from Capabilities and Partial Orderings Part 7: Critical Development Studies at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century 19. James Ferguson and the Anthropology of Development: Excerpt from the "Development" Industry in Lesotho 20. Immanuel Wallerstein’s World System Perspective: Excerpt from Development: Lodestar or Illusion? 21. Ben Fine and the New Development Agenda: Excerpt from the Washington Consensus: From Modernisation to Neo-Liberalism 22. Ashis Nandy and the Violence of Development: Excerpt from Development and Violence. Bibliography. About the Editor. Index

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