In this 15th annual volume of PRAXIS: The Fletcher Journal of
Development Studies, we address one of the most pressing issues facing
scholars, practitioners and beneficiaries today: Does development work?
Are aid projects providing more help or harm to the people they serve?
If projects are sometimes ineffective, what social and economic engines
are driving growth in the developing world?
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Elizabeth M. Addonizio
A Chile Wind in an Anarchic World
The Development Record and The Effectiveness of Forign Aid
Pollution Intensive Industry in Mexico under NAFTA: Model and Emperical Evidence
Anthony W. Pereira
God, the Devil, and Development in Northeast Brazil
Common Property Design Principles and Development in a Honduran
Aiding Violence: The Development Enterprise in Rwanda
by Peter Uvin
Symptom of Crisis or Engine of Development?
The Mauritanian Informal Economic Sector
Assessing Aid: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why
by David Dollar and Lant Pritchett
Does Development Work?
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