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PIED2211 - Module Reading List

Development and Social Change, 2011/12, Semester 1
Dr Alex Beresford

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TEXTBOOKS

There is no one textbook for this course as it covers a range of development theories from different academic disciplines. However, a good starting point is provided by relevant chapters in:

• Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) (2002), The companion to development studies

Other general texts that are particularly useful include:

• Allen, T. & Thomas, A. (eds.) (2000), Poverty and development into the 21st century

• Brohman, J. (1996), Popular development : rethinking the theory and practice of development

• Greig, A., Hulme, D. and Turner, M. (2007), Challenging global inequality : development theory and practice in the 21st century

• Kambhampati, U. S. (2004), Development and the developing world

• Kothari, U. & Minogue, M. (eds.) (2002), Development theory and practice : critical perspectives

• Kothari, U. (ed.) (2005), A radical history of development studies : individuals, institutions and ideologies.

• Martinussen, J. (1997), Society, state and market : a guide to competing theories of development

• Peet, R. & Hartwick E. (1999), Theories of development

• Potter, R., Binns, T. et al. (2004) (2nd. edn.) Geographies of development

• Rapley, J. (2002), (2nd. edn.) Understanding development : theory and practice in the Third World

• Willis, K. (2005), Theories and practices of development

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LECTURE 1 - DEVELOPMENT PARADIGMS: AN OVERVIEW

* = most recommended

*Potter, R.B. (2002), ‘Theories, strategies and ideologies of development’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

*Allen, T. & Thomas, A. (eds.) (2000), Poverty and development into the 21st century, chaps. 1, 2 & 9

*Greig, A., Hulme, D. and Turner, M. (2007), Challenging global inequality : development theory and practice in the 21st century, chaps. 4-6.

*Martinussen J. (1997), Society, state and market : a guide to competing theories of development, chapters 1-3

* Seers D. (1979), ‘The Meaning of Development’ in Lehmann D. (ed) Development theory : four critical studies (Also available at http://www.ids.ac.uk/UserFiles/File/publications/classics/the_meaning_of_development.pdf )

Cowen M.P. & R.W. Shenton (1996), Doctrines of development, especially Conc.

Kiely R. & Marfleet, P. (eds.) (1998), Globalisation and the Third World, especially chapter 1 by Kiely

Murray, W.E. (2006), Geographies of globalization (chap. 7)

Payne, A. (2005), The global politics of unequal development (chap. 4)

Simon, D. & Narman A. (eds.) Development as theory and practice : current perspectives on development and development co-operation (see ch.2 by Simon ‘Development Revisited’

Singh, Ajit (2002), ‘Aid, conditionality and development’ in Development and change. 33(2), pp. 295-305.

Todaro, M & Smith, S, (2005), Economic Development (9th edition)

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LECTURE 2 - THE SILENT REVOLUTION: NEO-LIBERALISM, THE ‘WASHINGTON CONSENSUS’ AND RISING INEQUALITY

For lectures 2 & 3, the key readings are:

*Jenkins R. (1992), ‘Theoretical Perspectives’ and ‘(Re-)interpreting Brazil and South Korea’, chapters 5 & 6 in Hewitt T. et al (eds) Industrialization and development

* Green, D. (2004), Silent revolution : the rise and crisis of market economics in Latin America

Also useful for both lectures:

* Hunt D. (1989), Economic theories of development : an analysis of competing paradigms

*Brohman, J. (1996), Popular development : rethinking the theory and practice of development

*Gwynne, R.N. & Kay, C. (eds.) (2nd. edn.) (2004), Latin America transformed : globalization and modernity

*Peet, R. & Hartwick E. (1999), Theories of development, chapter 2.

*Rapley, J. (2002), (2nd. edn.) Understanding development : theory and practice in the Third World

*Spero, J. & Hart J. (2003), The politics of international economic relations. (brief overview in ch.5)

*Stiglitz, J. (2002), Globalization and its discontents (chapter 3)

*Willis, K. (2005), Theories and practices of development, chapters 2 (neo-liberalism) & 3 (structuralism)

Key readings specifically on neo-liberalism:

*Saad-Filho, A. & Johnston, D. (2005), Neoliberalism : a critical reader

*Harvey, David (2005), A brief history of neoliberalism

*Greig, A., Hulme, D. and Turner, M. (2007), Challenging global inequality : development theory and practice in the 21st century, chap.6.

*Bush, R. (2007), Poverty and neoliberalism : persistence and reproduction in the global south

*George, Susan, A Short History of Neo-Liberalism, available at: http://www.globalpolicy.org/globaliz/econ/histneol.htm

* Toye J. (1993) (2nd edn.), Dilemmas of development : reflections on the counter-revolution in development theory and policy.

Supplementary readings on neo-liberalism:

Griffin K. (2nd edn.) (1999), Alternative strategies for economic development (chap 3 on ‘Monetarism’)

Hammouda, H.B. (2003), The political economy of post-adjustment : towards new theories and strategies of development

Kiely R. (1995) Sociology and development : the impasse and beyond

Killick T. (1989), A reaction too far : economic theory and the role of the state in developing countries

Kirby, P. (2003), Introduction to Latin America : twenty-first century challenges (section 11 on neo-liberalism in Latin America)

Meier, G.M. & Stiglitz, J.E. (2001), Frontiers of development economics : the future in perspective (see ch.1 by Meier, ‘The Old Generation of Development Economists and the New’).

Owusu, F. (2003), ‘Pragmatism and the Gradual Shift from Dependency to Neo-Liberalism: The World Bank, African Leaders and Development Policy in Africa’ in World development. vol.31 no.10, pp.1655-1672.

Preston, P.W. (1996), Development theory : an introduction (chap.14)

Raffer, K. & Singer, H.W., (2001), The economic North-South divide : six decades of unequal development (chapter 4)

Rapley, J. (2004), Globalization and inequality : neoliberalism's downward spiral

Stallings, B. (ed.) (1997), Global Change, Regional Response: the new international context of development, especially chapter by T.J. Biersteker

Original works by neo-liberal writers, for example:

Lal, D. (2002), (2nd. edn.), The poverty of "development economics"

Little, I.M.D. (1982), Economic development : theory, policy, and international relations

For discussions of, critiques of and alternatives to neo-liberalism:

*Chang, H.-J. & Grabel, I. (2004), Reclaiming development : an alternative economic policy manual

*Gwynne, R.N. & Kay, C. (eds.) (2nd. edn.) (2004), Latin America transformed : globalization and modernity

Alternative Survey Group (2004), Magnifying mal-development : alternative economic survey, India, India

Bahramitash, R. (2005), Liberation from liberalization : gender and globalization in Southeast Asia

Bond, Patrick (2006), Looting Africa : the economics of exploitation

Brohman J. (1995), ‘Economism and Critical Silences in Development Studies: a theoretical critique of neo-liberalism’ in Third world quarterly., vol.16 no.2

Brohman J. (1995), ‘Universalism, Eurocentrism and ideological bias in development studies: from modernisation to neoliberalism’ in Third World Quarterly, vol.16 no.1

Christian Aid (2005), The Damage Done: Aid, Death and Dogma, available at: http://www.christianaid.org.uk/indepth/505caweek/

DeMartino, G. (2000), Global economy, global justice : theoretical objections and policy alternatives to neoliberalism

Gore, C. (2000), ‘The rise and fall of the Washington consensus as a paradigm for developing countries’ in World development. vol.28 no.5, pp.789-804

Kay, C. (1993), ‘For a renewal of development studies: Latin American theories and neoliberalism in the era of structural adjustment’ in Third World Quarterly, vol.14 no.4

Lockwood, M. (2006) (2nd edn.), The state they're in : an agenda for international action on poverty in Africa

McEwan, A. (1999), Neo-liberalism or democracy? : economic strategy, markets and alternatives for the 21st century (especially Part I)

Petras J. (1997), ‘Alternatives to Neo-liberalism’ in Latin American perspectives. vol.24 no.1

Roxborough, I. (1992), ‘Neo-liberalism in Latin America: limits and alternatives’ in Third World Quarterly, vol.13 no.3

Self, P. (1999), Rolling back the market : economic dogma and political choice (especially chaps 1 & 6).

Socialist register 2002 : a world of contradictions (especially articles by G. Dumenil and D. Levy).

Critiques of trade liberalisation:

Dunkley, G. (2004), Free Trade: Myth, Reality, Alternatives

Robbins, P. (2003), Stolen fruit : the tropical commodities disaster

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) (2002), The Least Developed Countries Report 2002: Escaping the Poverty Trap. Available at: http://www.unctad.org/Templates/webflyer.asp? docid=2026&intItemID=1397&lang=1&mode=toc

For the SEMINAR (debate) on Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs):

On Structural Adjustment Programmes (SAPs) as background information

*Dasgupta, B. (1998), Structural adjustment, global trade and the new political economy of development – chapter 3 (provides a general discussion of structural adjustment, including policies, their impacts and evaluation)

*Simon, D. (2002), ‘Neo-liberalism, structural adjustment and poverty reduction strategies’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

*Structural Adjustment Participatory Review International Network (SAPRIN) (2004), Structural adjustment : the SAPRI report : the policy roots of economic crisis, poverty, and inequality

*World Bank (1994), Adjustment in Africa : reforms, results, and the road ahead.

*Cornia G.A. et al (eds) (1992), Africa's recovery in the 1990s : from stagnation and adjustment to human development (Part 1).

Engberg-Pedersen, P., P.Gibbon et al. (1996), Limits of adjustment in Africa : the effects of economic liberalization, 1986-94

Lensink, R. (1996), Structural adjustment in sub-Saharan Africa

Mohan, G. et al (2000), Structural adjustment : theory, practice and impacts

Review of African political economy. Vol. 21 Nos. 62 & 63

Gender and structural adjustment

*Sparr P. (1993), Mortgaging women's lives : feminist critiques of structural adjustment

*Brydon L. (2002), ‘Gender and Structural Adjustment’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

Thomas-Emeagwali, G. (1995), Women pay the price : structural adjustment in Africa and the Caribbean

PRSPs: Poverty Reduction Strategies Papers

*Bretton Woods Project (2003), Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers (PRSPs): A Rough Guide. Available at: http://www.brettonwoodsproject.org/topic/adjustment/prsp_roughguide/

*Driscoll, R. & Christiansen, K. (2004), The PRSP Approach: A Basic Guide for CARE International. Available at: http://www.careinternational.org.uk/resource_centre/other/CARE_basic_guide_to_PRSPs.doc

Alternatively at http://www.sarpn.org.za/documents/d001499/P1843-CARE_basic-guide¬_PRSP_March2004.pdf

*World Development Movement (2001), Policies to roll-back the state and privatise: Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers investigated. Available at: http://www.wdm.org.uk/cambriefs/debt/rollback.pdf

*World Development Movement (2005), One Size For All: A Study of World Bank and IMF Poverty Reduction Strategies. Available at: http://www.wdm.org.uk

Battaile, W.G. et al. (2004), The poverty reduction strategy initiative : findings from 10 country case studies of World Bank and IMF support. (World Bank evaluation)

Booth, D. (2003) “Are PRSPs Making a Difference? The African Experience” Development policy review., vol. 21, no. 2, March 2003.

Cammack, P. (2004), ‘What the World Bank means by poverty reduction, and why it matters’ in New political economy. vol. 9 no. 2, June 2004.

Cheru, F. (2006) ‘Building and Supporting PRSPs in Africa: What has worked so far? What needs changing? ’ in Third world quarterly., vol.27 no.2.

Christiansen, K. & Hovland, I. (2003) ‘The PRSP Initiative: Multilateral Policy Change and the Role of Research’, ODI working paper no.261. Available at: http://www.odi.org.uk/publications/working_papers/wp216.pdf

CIDSE-Caritas (2004), ‘PRSPs: Are the World Bank and the IMF delivering on promises? ’, available at: http://www.cidse.org

Craig, D. & Porter, D. (2002) ‘Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers: a new convergence’ in World development., vol. 30, no. 12, December 2002.

Dijkstra, G. (2005), ‘The PRSP approach and the Illusion Of Improved Aid Effectiveness: Lessons from Bolivia, Honduras and Nicaragua’ in Development policy review. vol.23 no.4.

Eberlei, W. (ed.) (2007), Stakeholder Participation in Poverty Reduction, INEF Report 86/2007. Available at: http://inef.uni-due.de/page/Serien.html/rep

Fraser, A. (2005), ‘PRSPs: Now Who Calls the Shots’ in Review of African political economy., No. 104/105.

Gomes, R.P. et al. (2001), ‘PRSP – Politics, Power and Poverty: A Civil Society Perspective’. Available at: http://www.eurodad.org

Gould, J. (ed.) (2005), The new conditionality : the politics of poverty reduction strategies

Hermele, K. (2005), The Poverty Reduction Strategies: A Survey of the Literature. Available at: http://www.sarpn.org.za

ID21 News 138, special edition on PRSPs. Available at: http://www.id21.org

Imboela, B.L. (2005), ‘Poverty Reduction in Zambia: A Conceptual Analysis of the Zambian PRSP’, in Bulletin of science, technology & society. vol.25 no.5.

IMF (2005), ‘Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers: A Factsheet’. Available at: http://www.imf.org/external/mp/ext/facts/prsp.htm

Levinsohn, J. (2003), ‘The World Bank’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper approach: good marketing or good policy’, G24 Discussion Paper Series no.21, available at http://www.unctad.org

Klugman, J. (ed.) (2002), A sourcebook for poverty reduction strategies (World Bank)

McGhee, R. (2002), ‘Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers: a role for civil society? ’ in Potts, D. et al. (eds), Development planning and poverty reduction

Oxfam GB (2004), ‘From Donorship to Ownership? Moving towards PRSP Round 2’, Briefing Paper 51. Available at: http://www.oxfam.org.uk

Panos London (2002), ‘Reducing Poverty: Is the World Bank’s Strategy Working? ’ Available at: http://www.panos.org.uk/PDF/reports/ReducingPoverty.pdf

Sanchez, D. and Cash, K. (2003), ‘Reducing Poverty or Repeating Mistakes? A Civil Society Critique of Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers’. Available at: http://www.globalpolicy.org/socecon/develop/2003/12prspmistakes.pdf

Stewart, F. and Wang, M. (2003), ‘Do PRSPs Empower Poor Countries and Disempower the World Bank, or is it the other way round? ’, Queen Elizabeth House Working Paper no.108. Available at: http://www.eurodad.org

Sumner, A. (2006), In search of the Post-Washington (dis)consensus: The ‘missing’ content of PRSPs, in Third world quarterly., vol. 27, no. 8

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) (2002), Economic Development in Africa. From Adjustment to Poverty Reduction: What is New? Available at: http://www.unctad.org/en/docs/pogdsafricad2.en.pdf

Whitehead, A. (2003) ‘Failing Women, Sustaining Poverty: Gender in Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers’. Available at: http://www.christian-aid.org.uk/indepth/0306gad/failing_women.pdf

Whitfield, L. (2005), ‘Trustees of Development from Conditionality to Governance: Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers in Ghana’, in Journal of modern African studies. vol.43 no.4, pp.641-664.

Wood, Angela (2005), ‘ World Bank's poverty reduction support credit : continuity or change? ’, Debt and Development Coalition, Ireland, website

World Bank (2002), A sourcebook for poverty reduction strategies

World Bank/IMF (2005), ‘2005 Review of the Poverty Reduction Strategy Approach: Balancing Accountability and Scaling Up Results’. Available at: http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTPRS1/Resources/PRSP Review

Or at: http://www.imf.org/external/np/pp/eng/2005/091905p.pdf

World Development Movement (2005), Denying Democracy: How the IMF and World Bank take power from people. Available at: http://www.wdm.org.uk/resources/reports/debt/denyingdemocracy01052005.pdf

Zack-Williams, T. & Mohan, G. (2005), ‘Africa From SAPs to PRSP: Plus Ca Change Plus C’est la Meme Chose’ in Review of African political economy. No.106

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LECTURE 3 - LESSONS FROM THE PAST? STRUCTURALISM AND DEPENDENCY IN LATIN AMERICA

For lectures 2 & 3, the key readings are:

*Jenkins R. (1992), ‘Theoretical Perspectives’ and ‘(Re-)interpreting Brazil and South Korea’, chapters 5 & 6 in Hewitt T. et al (eds) Industrialization and development

* Green, D. (2004), Silent revolution : the rise and crisis of market economics in Latin America

On structuralism and neo-structuralism: (as well as Jenkins and Green)

*Hunt, D. (1989), Economic theories of development : an analysis of competing paradigms

*Martinussen J. (1997) Society, state and market : a guide to competing theories of development (chapter 6)

*Clarke, C. (2002), ‘The Latin American Structuralists’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

*Kay C. (1989), Latin American theories of development and underdevelopment (ch.2)

*Gwynne, R.N. & Kay, C. (eds.) (2nd. edn.) (2004), Latin America transformed : globalization and modernity

*Rapley, J. (2002), (2nd. edn.) Understanding development : theory and practice in the Third World, chapter 2

*Willis, K. (2005), Theories and practices of development (chapter 3)

Supplementary readings on structuralism:

Cardenas, E., Ocampo J.A. & Thorp R. (eds.) (2000), An economic history of twentieth-century Latin America. Vol. 3, Industrialization and the state in Latin America - the postwar years

Chenrey, H.B. (1975), ‘The Structuralist Approach to Development Economics’ in American economic review., vol.65, no.2, pp. 310-16.

Grinspun, A. (ed.) (2005), ‘Celso Furtado (1920-2004)’, special issue of In Focus, produced by UNDP International Poverty Centre. Available online at: http://www.eldis.org/cf/rdr/rdr.cfm? doc=DOC18689

Preston, P.W. (1996), Development theory : an introduction (chap.10)

Sunkel O. (ed) (1993), Development from within : toward a neostructuralist approach for Latin America

South Centre, (2005), ‘Problems and policy challenges faced by commodity-dependent developing countries’, Available online at: http://www.eldis.org/cf/rdr/rdr.cfm? doc=DOC20449

Also see: Watkins, Kevin (1995), The Oxfam poverty report, (chap. 4 on ‘International Trade’) for discussion of commodity prices and terms of trade.

On dependency theories:

See relevant chapters in any of the following textbooks (mainly on ‘sociology of development’ or theories of development):

*Randall V. & Theobold R. (1998) (2nd edn) Political change and underdevelopment : a critical introduction to Third World politics

*So, Alvin Y. (1990) Social change and development : modernization, dependency, and world-systems theories

* Peet, R. & Hartwick E. (1999), Theories of development, chapter 3.

*Webster, A. (1990, 2nd. edn.) Introduction to the sociology of development

*Leys C. ( 1996), The rise & fall of development theory

Barnett, Tony (1991) Sociology and development

Foster-Carter, A. (1985), The sociology of development.

Greig, A., Hulme, D. and Turner, M. (2007), Challenging global inequality : development theory and practice in the 21st century, chap.8.

Rapley, J. (2002), (2nd. edn.) Understanding development : theory and practice in the Third World, chapter 1

Smith, B.C. (2003) (2nd. edn.), Understanding third world politics : theories of political change and development

Spybey T. (1992), Social change, development and dependency : modernity, colonialism and the development of the west

For works that focus specifically on Dependency and neo-Marxist perspectives:

* Blomstrom M. & Hettne B. (1984), Development theory in transition : the dependency debate and beyond : Third World responses

*Conway, D. & Heynen, N. (2002), ‘Classical dependency theories: From ECLA to Andre Gunder Frank’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

*Spero, J. & Hart J. (2003), The politics of international economic relations. (see section in ch.5 on Marxist and neo-Marxist theories)

Supplementary readings on dependency:

Brewer A. (1980), Marxist theories of imperialism : a critical survey

Chew S.C. & Denemark R.A. (eds) (1996) The underdevelopment of development : essays in honor of Andre Gunder Frank

Hettne, B. (1995, 2nd. edn) Development theory and the three worlds

Kay, C. (1989), Latin American theories of development and underdevelopment

Kiely, R. (1995) Sociology and development : the impasse and beyond

Larrain J. (1989), Theories of development : capitalism, colonialism and dependency

Offiong, D. (2001) Globalisation : post-neodependency and poverty in Africa

Palma G. (1981), ‘Dependency……’ in P. Streeten and R.Jolly (eds) Recent Issues in World Development. (This article is also in D. Seers (ed) Dependency Theory Reassessed and in World Development Vol 6 (1978) pp. 881-924.)

Original works by dependency theorists include:

Frank A.G. (1969), Capitalism and underdevelopment in Latin America : historical studies of Chile and Brazil (and many other works).

Cardoso F. & Faletto E. (1977), Dependency and development in Latin America.

Rodney, W. (1972), How Europe underdeveloped Africa

Amin, S. (1976), Unequal development : an essay on the social formations of peripheral capitalism (and many other works)

See chapter by Frank in Corbridge, S. (ed.) (1995), Development studies : a reader

For a critique of dependency from a classical Marxist perspective, see: Warren, B. (1980), Imperialism : pioneer of capitalism

For the seminar on the contemporary challenge to neo-liberal hegemony in Latin America:

Algranati, C. et al. (2004), ‘Neo-Liberalism and Social Conflict: The Popular Movements in Latin America’ in F. Polet and V. Bawtree (eds.), Globalizing resistance : the state of struggle

Assies, W. (2004), ‘David versus Goliath in Cochabamba’ in Latin American perspectives. vol.30 no.3, pp.14-36.

Cason, J. (2006), ‘Hopes Dashed? Lula’s Brazil’ in Current history., February, pp74-78.

Chossudovsky, M. (2003), ‘Is “Another World Possible”? Brazil: Neoliberalism with a “Human Face”, available at: http://globalresearch.ca/articles/CHO303C.html

Collins, S.D. (2005), ‘Breaking the Mold? Venezuela's Defiance of the Neoliberal Agenda’ in New Political Science, vol.27 no.3.

Crabtree, J. (2005), Patterns of protest : politics and social movements in Bolivia

Engler (2006), ‘Latin America Unchained’, available at: http://www.globalpolicy.org/socecon/bwiwto/imf/2006/0316latin.htm

Fuentes, F. (2006), ‘Bolivia: A Rejection of Neoliberalism’, available at: http://www.greenleft.org.authoritarian/2006/653/7627

Green, D. (2006) (3rd edn.), Faces of Latin America

Harris, R.L. (2005), ‘Resistance and Alternatives to Washington’s Agenda for the Americas’ in Journal of developing societies vol.21 no.3-4, pp.403-28.

Josephs, Leslie (2006), ‘Indigenous groups find unity in diversity’ in Latinamerica Press, available at: http://www.latinamericapress.org

Kohl, Benjamin (2006), ‘Challenges to Neoliberal Hegemony in Bolivia’ in Antipode. vol.38 no.2, pp 304-26.

Lendman, Stephen (2006), ‘The latest confrontation between the US Empire and Evo Morales and Hugo Chavez’, available at: http://www.zmag.org/

Mollo, M. de L.R and Saad-Filho, A. (2006), ‘”Neo-Liberal Economic Policies” in Brazil (1994-2005): Cardoso, Lula and the Need for a Democratic Alternative’ in New political economy. vol.11 no.1.

Monthly Review (2007), special edition on ‘Revolt in Latin America’, vol.59 no.3, July-August 2007.

Moreno-Brid, J.C. et al. (2005), ‘The Washington Consensus: a Latin American perspective fifteen years later’ in The journal of post-Keynesian economics. vol. 27 no.2

Munck, R. (2003), ‘Neo-Liberalism, Necessitarianism and Alternatives in Latin America: There is no alternative (TINA)? ’ in Third world quarterly. vol 24 no.3.

O’Keefe, D. (2005), ‘Bye bye TINA: Bolivia and Venezuela Offer an Alternative to Neoliberalism’, available at: http://www.counterpunch.org/okeefe12292005.html

Ocampo, J.A. (2005), ‘Beyond the Washington Consensus: What do we mean? ’ in The journal of post-Keynesian economics. vol. 27 no.2.

Onis, Z. (2006), ‘Varieties and Crises of Neoliberal Globalisation: Argentina, Turkey and the IMF’ in Third world quarterly. vol 27 no.2, pp. 239-63.

Onis, Z. and Senses, F. (2005), ‘Rethinking the Emerging Post-Washington Consensus’ in Development and change., vol.36 No.2, pp.263-90.

Parker, D. (2005), ‘Chavez and the search for an alternative to neoliberalism’ in Latin American perspectives. vol.141 no2, pp.39-50.

Petras, J. and Veltmeyer H., (2003), ‘Whither Lula’s Brazil? : Neoliberalism and the “Third Way” ideology’ in Journal of peasant studies. vol. 31 no1.

Petras, James (2006), ‘Is Latin America Really Turning Left? ’, available at: http://www.globalresearch.ca/index

Ranson, David (2006), ‘Inside the Venezuelan Revolution’ in New internationalist. no.390

Red Pepper December 2004 / January 2005, Latin America special feature: ‘A continent at the crossroads’.

Schultz, Jim (2007), ‘Water in Cochabamba After the Water Revolt: A Legend with Mixed Results’. A Democracy Center Briefing Report, available at: http://democracyctr.org/bolivia/documents/documents/semapa_brief.pdf

Victor, M.P. (2006), Mr Danger and Socialism for the New Millennium: the Venezuelan Bolivarian Revolution, available at: http://zmagsite.zmag.org/Jun2006/victorpr0606.html

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LECTURE 4 - LEARNING FROM EAST ASIA?

For industrialisation in East Asia:

*Jenkins R. (1992), ‘(Re-)Interpreting Brazil and South Korea’, in T. Hewitt et al. Industrialization and development

*Edwards C. (1992), ‘Industrialisation in South Korea’, in T. Hewitt et al. Industrialization and Development

*Watkins, K. (1998), Economic growth with equity : lessons from East Asia (Oxfam)

Biersteker, T.J. (1997), ‘The “Triumph” of Liberal Economics in the Developing World’ in B. Stallings, (ed.) Global change, regional response : the new international context of development

Brohman, J. (1996), ‘Post-war Development in the Asian NICs: Does the Neoliberal Model Fit Reality? ’ in Economic geography. vol.72. pp.107-30

Choudhury, A. & Islam, I. (1995), The newly industrialising economies of East Asia

Raffer, K. & Singer, H.W., (2001), The economic North-South divide : six decades of unequal development (chapter 9)

Rodan, G., Hewison, K. & Robison, R. (2001), ‘Theorising South-East Asia’s Boom, Bust and Recovery’ in Rodan, G., Hewison, K. & Robison, R. (eds.), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change

Weder, B. (1999), Model, myth, or miracle : reassessing the role of governments in the East Asian experience.

For a market-led interpretation of the East Asian ‘miracle’:

*World Bank (1993), The East Asian miracle : economic growth and public policy.

Balassa, B. (1981), The newly industrializing countries in the world economy

Balassa, B. et al (1986), Adjusting to success : balance of payments policy in the East Asian NICs

Hughes, H. (ed.) (1988), Achieving industrialization in East Asia

Krueger, A.O. (1990), ‘Asian trade and growth lessons’ in American economic review. Vol. 80, pp.108-112.

Lal, D. (2002), (2nd. edn.), The poverty of "development economics"

World Bank (1987), World development report 1987 : barriers to adjustment and growth in the world economy : industrialization and foreign trade.

For discussion of the World Bank view:

*Dasgupta, B. (1998), Structural adjustment, global trade and the new political economy of development – chapter 6 ‘The East Asian Development Experience’

Wade R. (2004, 2nd edn.), Governing the market : economic theory and the role of government in East Asian industrialization

Page J. (1994) ‘The East Asian Miracle: An Introduction’ in World development. vol.22 no.4, pp.615-25

For a critique of the free market / World Bank interpretation:

*Dixon, C. (1999), ‘The Pacific Asian challenge to neo-liberalism’ in D. Simon & A. Narman (eds.) Development as theory and practice : current perspectives on development and development co-operation

*Wade, R. (1996), ‘Japan, the World Bank, and the Art of Paradigm Maintenance: The East Asian Miracle in Political Perspective’ in New left review., No. 217, pp.3-36

Amsden, A.H. (1994), ‘Why isn’t the whole world experimenting with the East Asian model to develop? Review of The East Asian Miracle’ in World development vol. 22 no.4, pp.627-33.

Baer, W. et al (1999), ‘The End of the Asian Myth: Why were the Experts Fooled? ’ in World Development, vol.27 no.10, pp.1735-47.

Berger, M.T. & Beeson, M. (1998), ‘Lineages of Liberalism and Miracles of Modernization: The World Bank, The East Asian Trajectory and the International Development Debate’ in Third world quarterly. vol.19 no.3, pp.487-504.

Cammack, P. (2002) ‘Neo-Liberalism, the World Bank and the New Politics of Development’ in U. Kothari & M. Minogue (eds.) Development theory and practice : critical perspectives

Kiely, R. (1998), ‘Neoliberalism revised? A critical account of World Bank conceptions of good governance and market friendly intervention’ in Capital & class. vol.64 no.1. pp.63-88

For a state-led interpretation of the East Asian ‘miracle’:

*Amsden, A.H. (1989), Asia's next giant : South Korea and late industrialization

*Wade R. (1990), Governing the market : economic theory and the role of government in East Asian industrialization

*Woo-Cummings, M. (ed.) (1999), The developmental state

Berger M. & Borek D. (eds) (1995), The rise of East Asia : critical visions of the Pacific century (chapter by K.S. Kim on the role of the state)

Chu, Y-H (1997), ‘The East Asian NICs: a state-led path to the developed world’, in Stallings, B. (ed.) (1995), Global Change, Regional Response: the new international context of development

Kohli, A. (2004), State-directed development : political power and industrialization in the global periphery

For discussion of the ‘developmental state’, especially in East Asia:

*Dasgupta, B. (1998), Structural adjustment, global trade and the new political economy of development – chapter 6 ‘The East Asian Development Experience’

*Fine, B. (2006), ‘The Developmental State and the Political Economy of Development’, in Jomo K.S. and B.Fine (eds.) The new development economics : after the Washington Consensus

*Hoogvelt, A. (2001) (2nd edn.), Globalisation and the postcolonial world : the new political economy of development (chapter 10)

*Leftwich A. (ed.) (1996), Democracy and development : theory and practice

*White, G. (1988) (ed.), Developmental states in East Asia

*Woo-Cummings, M. (ed.) (1999), The developmental state

Johnson, C. (1982), MITI and the Japanese miracle : the growth of industrial policy, 1925-1975

For discussion of the developmental state model in East Asia after the economic crisis of 1997/98:

*Jomo, K.S. (2001): ‘Growth after the Asian crisis: what remains of the East Asian model? ’ Discussion paper available on the UNCTAD website

*Rigg, J. (2001), ‘The Asian Crisis’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

*Rodan, G., Hewison, K. & Robison, R. (2001), ‘Theorising South-East Asia’s Boom, Bust and Recovery’ in Rodan, G., Hewison, K. & Robison, R. (eds.), The political economy of South-East Asia : conflicts, crises, and change

*Stiglitz, J. (2002), Globalization and its discontents (chapter 4)

*Wade, R. (1998), ‘From “miracle” to “cronyism”: explaining the Great Asian Slump’ in Cambridge journal of economics. vol.22 no.6, pp.693ff.

*Wade, R. (1998), ‘The Asian-Debt-and-Development Crisis of 1997-? : causes and consequences’ in World Development vol.26 no.8, pp.1535-53 http://www.unctad.org/en/docs//pogdsmdpbg24d10.en.pdf

Chang, H.J., Park, J.-J. and Yoon, C.G. (1998), ‘Interpreting the Korean crisis - financial liberalisation industrial policy and corporate governance’, in Cambridge journal of economics., vol. 22, no. 6.

Dixon, C. (1999), ‘The Pacific Asian challenge to neo-liberalism’ in D. Simon & A. Narman (eds.) Development as theory and practice : current perspectives on development and development co-operation (pp.215-20)

Islam, I. & Choudhury, A. (2000), The political economy of east Asia : post-crisis debates

Jomo, K.S. (ed.) (1998), Tigers in trouble : financial governance, liberalisation and crises in East Asia

Raffer, K. & Singer, H.W., (2001), The economic North-South divide : six decades of unequal development (chapter 9)

Robison, R. et al. (eds.) (2000), Politics and markets in the wake of the Asian crisis (including chapter by Weiss, L. & Hobson, J.M.)

Singh, A. & Weisse, B. (1999), ‘The Asian Model: A Crisis Foretold? ’ in the International social science journal. vol.16, pp.607-22.

Jayasuriya, K. & A. Rosser, ‘Pathways From the Crisis: Politics and Reform in South-East Asia Since 1997’, in Rodan, G., Hewison, K. & Robison, R. (eds.) (2006), The political economy of South-East Asia : markets, power and contestation

Wade, R. and Venerosso, F. (1998), 'The East Asian crash and the Wall-Street-Treasury-IMF complex', in New Left Review, No. 228, pp.3-23.

Woo-Cummings, M. (1999), 'The state, democracy, and the reform of the corporate sector in Korea', in Pempel, T.J. (ed.), The politics of the Asian economic crisis.

World Bank (2000), East Asia : recovery and beyond.

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LECTURE 5 - FROM BASIC NEEDS TO A RIGHTS-BASED APPROACH: SOCIAL REFORMIST APPROACHES TO DEVELOPMENT

Key readings on a basic needs approach

Development Economics textbooks often include a discussion, for example:

*Todaro, M. & Smith, S, (2005), Economic Development (8th edition)

*Thirlwall, A.P. Growth and Development.

*Brohman, J. (1996), Popular development : rethinking the theory and practice of development, chapter 6

*Friedmann, J. (1992), Empowerment : the politics of alternative development

Supplementary readings on basic needs approach:

Chenery H. et al. (1974), Redistribution with growth

Elliott, J. (2002), ‘Development as improving human welfare and human rights’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

Griffin, K. (2nd edn.)(1999), Alternative strategies for economic development, chapter 7.

Hicks, N.L. (1979), ‘Growth versus Basic Needs: Is there a trade-off? In World development. vol.7, pp.985-94

International Labour Office (1976), Employment, growth and basic needs : a one-world problem

Isenman P. (1980), ‘Basic Needs: The Case of Sri Lanka’ in World Development vol.8, pp.237-58

Moon, B.E. & Dixon W.J. (1993), ‘Basic Needs and Growth-Welfare Trade Offs’ in Seligson M.A. & Passe-Smith J.T., Development and underdevelopment : the political economy of global inequality

Rew, A. (1978), ‘Down to Basics: Reflections on the Basic Needs Debate’ in IDS bulletin. vol.9 no.4

Sandbrook, R. (1982), The politics of basic needs : urban aspects of assaulting poverty in Africa

Seers, D. (1979), ‘The Meaning of Development’ in Lehmann D. (ed) Development theory : four critical studies

Stewart, F. (1985) Basic needs in developing countries

Stewart, F. (1985) Planning to meet basic needs

Stewart, F. (1989), ‘Basic Needs Strategies, Human Rights and The Right to Development’ in Human rights quarterly. vol. 11, pp.347-74

Streeten, P. (1981), First things first : meeting basic human needs in the developing countries

Streeten, P. ‘The Distinctive Features of a Basic Needs Approach to Development’ in International Development Review vol.3, 1977. Reprinted in Development. vol.40 no.1 (1997)

Streeten, P. et al. (1979), ‘A Basic Needs Approach to Economic Development’ in K. P. Jameson and C. K. Wilber. (eds.) Directions in economic development

On Human Development from the 1990s onwards:

UNDP Human Development Report (annual report – see especially those for 1990, 1992 & 1996)

Ocampo, J.A. (2002), ‘Rethinking the Development Agenda’ in Cambridge Journal of Development Economics, vol.26 no.3, pp.297-308.

Ravallion, M. (1994),’Good and Bad Growth: The Human Development Reports’ in World development. vol. 25, no. 5, pp.631-8.

Srinivasan, T.N., ‘Human Development: A new paradigm or re-invention of the wheel? ’ in American economic review. vol. 84 issue 2 (May), pp.238-43.

Journal of human development., especially Vol.6 No. 1, March 2005 on ‘Human development and capability approach’

Key readings on a Human Rights-Based Approach:

[The Governance Resource Exchange website at the University of Birmingham has a section on a rights-based approach: http://www.grc-exchange.org/g_themes/rights_policy.html

Also the Overseas Development Institute, London, has a ‘Rights in Action’ research programme, see materials at http://www.odi.org.uk/rights/index.html ]

*Eyben, R. (2003), ‘The rise of rights: rights-based approaches to international development’, IDS Policy Briefing 17, IDS bulletin., Brighton.

*Gready, P. and Ensor, J. (2005) (eds.), Reinventing development? : translating rights-based approaches from theory into practice

* IDS bulletin. (2005), vol.36 no.1, January 2005, ‘Developing Rights? : Relating Discourse to Context and Practice’

* IDS bulletin. (April 2002), ‘Making Rights Real’

*Nyamu-Musembi, C. and Cornwall, A. (2004), ‘What is the Rights-Based Approach all about? Perspectives from International Development Agencies’, IDS Working Paper 234, available at http://www.ids.ac.uk

*Sen, A, (2005), ‘Human Rights and Capabilities’ in Journal of human development. vol.6 no.2

*Uvin, P. (2004), Human rights and development (ch 6)

Supplementary readings on a Human Rights-Based Approach:

Alsop, R. (ed.) (2005), Power, rights and poverty : concepts and connections

Department of International Development (2000), Realising human rights for poor people. Available at http://www.dfid.gov.uk

Hamm, B.I. (2001), ‘A Human Rights Approach to Development’ in Human rights quarterly. vol.23, no.2.

Hausermann, J. (1998), A human rights approach to development

Kabeer, N. (2005), Inclusive citizenship : meanings and expressions

Manzo, K. (2003), ‘Africa in the rise of rights-based development’ in Geoforum. 34 (4)

Mohan, G. & Holland, J. (2001), ‘Human Rights and Development in Africa: Moral Intrusion or Empowering Opportunity? ’ in Review of African political economy. No.88

Overseas Development Institute (1999), What can we do with a rights-based approach to development? [Briefing Paper 1999 (3)]. Available at http://www.oneworld.org/odi/

Hansen, J.K. and Sano, H.-O. (2006), ‘The Implications and Value of a Rights-Based Approach’, in Marks, S. and Andreassen, B.-A. (eds.) (2006), Development as a human right : legal, political, and economic dimensions

Sano, H.-O. (2000), ‘Development and Human Rights: The Necessary but Partial Integration of Human Rights and Development’ in Human rights quarterly., vol.22 no.3, pp.734-52.

Tsikata, Dzodzi (2004) ‘The Rights-based Approach to Development: Potential for Change or More of the Same? ’ in IDS bulletin. 35 (4)

UN High Commission for Human Rights (2002), Human Rights Approaches to Poverty Reduction Strategies: Draft Guidelines, available at http://www.ohchr.org

UN High Commission for Human Rights (2004), Human Rights and Poverty Reduction: A Conceptual Framework, available at http://www.ohchr.org

UNDP (2003), The Rights Based Approach to Development Co-operation: Towards a Common Understanding amongst UN Agencies, available at: http://www.undp.org/documents/4128Human_Rights_Stamford_Final_Report.doc

See websites of international NGOs, for example, ActionAid, CARE International, Save the Children, Oxfam, as well as UN agencies like UNICEF and UNDP, all of whom advocate a rights-based approach.

For the SEMINAR discussion on Kerala, India:

*Ramanathaiyer, S. & Macpherson, S. (2000), Social development in Kerala : illusion or reality?

* Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars. (1998), ‘The Kerala Model of Development: A Debate’ – see contributions to this debate in vol. 30 nos. 1, 2 & 3.

*Franke, Richard W. & Chasin, B.H. (1992), Kerala, development through radical reform

Chacko, E. (2003), ‘Marriage, Development and the Status of Women in Kerala’, in Gender and development., vol.11, no.2, pp.52-59.

Dreze, J. and Sen, A. (1989), Hunger and public action

Franke, Richard W. & Chasin, B.H. (? ? ), ‘The Kerala Decentralisation Experiment: Achievements, Origins and Implications’, available at: http://www.chss.montclair.edu/anthropology/keralaexperiment

Kjosavik, D.J. & Shanmurgaratnam, N. (2004), ‘ Integration or exclusion? : locating indigenous peoples in the development process of Kerala, south India ’ in Forum for Development Studies vol.31 no.2 2004 (copy in short loan section)

Monthly Review (1991), vol.43 no.7, January 1991

New internationalist. (1993), Special Issue on Kerala, No. 241, March 1993

Parayil, G. (1996), ‘The Kerala model of development: development and sustainability in the Third World’ in Third world quarterly. vol. 17 no.5, pp.941-957

Parayil, G. (ed.) (2000), Kerala : the development experience : reflections on sustainability and replicability

Prakash, B.A. (ed) (1999), Kerala's economic development : issues and problems

Ramachandran, V.K. (1995), ‘A note on Kerala’s Development Achievements’ in Monthly Review, May, 1995

Ramachandran, V.K. (1997), ‘On Kerala’s Development Achievements’ in J. Drèze & A. Sen (eds.) Indian development : selected regional perspectives

Sen, G. (1992), ‘Social Needs and Public Accountability’ in M. Wuyts et al (eds.) Development policy and public action

Srinivasan T.N. & Tendulkar, S.D. (2003), Reintegrating India with the world economy

Thomas Isaac, T.M. & Heller, P. (2003), ‘Democracy and Development: Decentralised Planning in Kerala’ in A. Fung & E.O. Wright, Deepening democracy : institutional innovations in empowered participatory governance

UNDP (1996), Human development report. 1996 [Box on Kerala, p.81]

Veron, R. (2001), ‘The “New” Kerala Model: Lessons for Sustainable Development’ in World development. vol. 29 no.4, pp.601-17.

Zachariah, M. & Sooryamoorthy, R. (1994) Science for social revolution : achievements and dilemmas of a development movement - the Kerala Sastra Sahitya Parishad

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LECTURE 6 - THEORIES OF PARTICIPATORY DEVELOPMENT: ALTERNATIVE DEVELOPMENT?

Key readings on Participatory Development:

*Thomas, A. (1992), ‘Non-governmental organisations and the limits to empowerment’ in M. Wuyts et al. (eds.), Development policy and public action

*McGhee, R. (2002), ‘Participating in Development’ in Kothari, U. & Minogue, M. (eds.) (2002), Development theory and practice : critical perspectives

*Chambers R. (1997), Whose reality counts? : putting the first last

*Slocum, R. et al (eds) (1995), Power, process and participation : tools for change

*Mohan, G. (2002), ‘Participatory development’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

*Brohman J. (1996), Popular development : rethinking the theory and practice of development, ch.8

*Friedmann, J. (1992), Empowerment : the politics of alternative development

* Ghai D. & Vivian J. (eds) (1992), Grassroots environmental action : people's participation in sustainable development

*Craig G. & Mayo M. (eds) (1995), Community empowerment : a reader in participation and development

*Willis, K. (2005), Theories and practices of development (chapter 4)

*Nelson N. & Wright S. (eds) (1995), Power and participatory development : theory and practice

*Stiefel M. & Wolfe M. (1994), A voice for the excluded : popular participation in development : utopia or necessity?

*Freire, P. (1970) Pedagogy of the oppressed

Critiques of participatory development:

*Cooke, B. & Kothari, U. (eds.) (2001), Participation, the new tyranny?

*Hickey, S. & Mohan, G. (eds.) (2004), Participation, from tyranny to transformation? : exploring new approaches to participation in development

[Also see review article of the above two books by Christens, B. and Speer, P.W. (2006), ‘Tyranny/Transformation: Power and Paradox in Participatory Development’ in Forum : qualitative social research vol.7 no.2.

*McGhee, R. (2002), ‘Participating in Development’ in Kothari, U. & Minogue, M. (eds.) (2002), Development theory and practice : critical perspectives

*Mohan, G. & Stokke K. (2000), ‘Participatory Development and empowerment: the dangers of localism’ in Third world quarterly. vol.21 no.2, pp.247-68.

*Cleaver, F. (1999), ‘Paradoxes of Participation: Questioning Participatory Approaches to Development’ in Journal of international development. vol.11 no.4, pp.597-612.

*White S.C. (1996), ‘Depoliticising Development: the uses and abuses of participation’ in Development in practice. vol. 6 no. 1. [Also reprinted in D. Eade (ed.) (2000), Development, NGOs and Civil Society (Oxfam)].

Supplementary readings on Participatory Development:

Blackburn J. with Holland J. (eds.) (1998), Who changes? : institutionalizing participation in development

Blanchet, K. (2001), ‘Participatory Development: Between Hopes and Reality’ in International social science journal. vol.53 no.4, pp.637-43.

Botchway, K. (2001), ‘Paradox of empowerment: reflections on a case-study from Northern Ghana’ in World development. vol.29 no.1, pp.135-53.

Burkey S. (2000) (4th edn.), People first : a guide to self-reliant participatory rural development

Chambers R. (2005), Ideas for development (chap.4)

Coetzee, J.K. et al (2001), Development : theory, policy and practice (chapter on participation)

Desai V. (2002) ‘Community participation in development’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

Dorsner, C. (2004), ‘Social Exclusion and Participation in Community Development Projects: Evidence from Senegal’ in Social policy & administration., vol.38 no.4, pp.366-82.

Ekins P. (1992), A new world order : grassroots movements for global change

Goulet, D. (1989), ‘Participation in Development: New Avenues’ in World development. vol.17 no.2

Guijt I. & Shah M.K. (1998), The myth of community : gender issues in participatory development

Holland J. with Blackburn J. (eds.) (1998), Whose voice? : participatory research and policy change

IDS bulletin. vol. 33 no.2 (2002)

Korten D. (1987), ‘Third generation NGO strategies: a key to people-centred development’ in World Development vol.15 (supplement), p.145-60.

Korten D.C. & Klauss R. (eds) (1984), People-Centred Development: contribution toward theory and planning frameworks

Martinussen J. (1997), Society, state and market : a guide to competing theories of development, Part five

Mohanty M. et al. (1998), People's rights : social movements and the state in the third world

Mosse, D. (1997), ‘The Ideology and Politics of Community Participation’ in R.D.Grillo and R.L.Stirrat Discourses of development : anthropological perspectives (Berg, Oxford)

Nederveen Pieterse, J. (1998), ‘My paradigm or yours? Alternative development, post-development, reflexive development’ in Development and change. vol 29

Oakley, P. et al. (1991), Projects with people : the practice of participation in rural development

Parfitt, T. (2004), ‘The Ambiguity of Participation: A Qualified Defence of Participatory Development’ in Third world quarterly. vol.25 no.3.

Platteau, J.P. & Abraham, A. (2002), ‘Participatory Development in the Presence of Endogenous Community Imperfections’ in The journal of development studies. vol.39 no.2, pp.104-36.

Tembo, F. (2003), Participation, negotiation, and poverty : encountering the power of images ; designing pro-poor development programmes

Williams, G. (2004), ‘Evaluating Participatory Development: Tyranny, Power And (Re)Politicisation’ in Third world quarterly. vol.25 no.3

id21News Number 157, May 2005 Focus On: Participation, available at: http://www.id21.org

Women, gender relations and participatory development:

Afshar, H. (ed.) (1998), Women and Empowerment, especially chap.1 by Jo Rowlands. [Also chapter by Rowlands in M. Anderson (ed.) (1996), Development and social diversity (Oxfam)].

Cornwall, A. (2000) ‘Making a Difference: Getting serious about gender and participatory development’, IDS Discussion Paper No.378, available at http://www.ids.ac.uk/ids/publicat/dp/dp378.pdf

Cornwall, A. (2003), ‘Whose voices? Whose choices? Gender and participatory development’, in World development. vol.31 no.8

Johnson, H. (1992), ‘Women’s Empowerment and Public Action’ in M. Wuyts et al. (eds.), Development policy and public action

Karl M. (1995), Women and empowerment : participation and decision making

Mayoux, L. (1995), ‘Beyond naivety: gender inequality and participatory development’ in Development and change. vol.26 no.2

Datta, R. (2003), ‘From Development to Empowerment: The Self-Employed Women’s Association in India’ in International journal of politics, culture and society. vol.16 no.3, pp.351-68.

Multilateral agencies and participatory development:

UNDP (1998), Empowering people : a guide to participation

World Bank (1996), The World Bank participation sourcebook.

World Bank (2000), Voices of the Poor [3 volume set ]

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LECTURE 7 - GENDER MATTERS IN DEVELOPMENT

Key readings on gender and development:

*Pearson R. (2005), ‘The rise and rise of gender and development’ in Kothari, U. (ed.) A Radical History of Development Studies: Individuals, Institutions and Ideologies.

*Pearson R. (2000), ‘Rethinking gender matters in development’ in T. Allen and A. Thomas (eds.) Poverty and development into the 21st century

*Jackson C. and Pearson R. (eds.) (1998), Feminist Visions of Development

*Young, K. (2002), ‘WID, GAD and WAD’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

*Peet, R. & Hartwick E. (1999), Theories of development, chapter 6

* Moser C.O.N. (1989), ‘Gender Planning in the Third World’, in World development., vol.17 no.11.

* Elson D. (ed.) (1995, 2nd. edn.), Male bias in the development process. (Counter Collection). Chap 1.

*Sen G. & Grown C. (1987), Development, crises and alternative visions : Third World women's perspectives

Supplementary readings on gender and development:

Antrobus, P. (2004), The global women's movement : origins, issues and strategies

Boserup E. (1970), Women’s Role in Economic Development

Brohman, J. (1996), Popular development : rethinking the theory and practice of development, chapter 9

Chant, S. with Craske, N. (2003), Gender in Latin America

Cleaver, F. (2003), Masculinities matter! : men, gender, and development (Zed, London)

Goetz, A.M. (ed.) ( 1997), Getting institutions right for women in development

Jahan, R. (1995), The elusive agenda : mainstreaming women in development

Kevane, M. (2004), Women and development in Africa : how gender works

Macdonald, M. (ed.) (1994), Gender planning in development agencies : meeting the challenge : a report of a workshop held at the Cherwell Centre, Oxford, England in May 1993 (Oxfam)

Molyneux, M. (2001), Women's Movements in International Perspectives: Latin America and Beyond

Momsen, J.H. (2004) Gender and Development

Moser C.O.N. (1993), Gender planning and development : theory, practice and training

Mosse J.C. (1993), Half the world, half a chance : an introduction to gender and development (Oxfam)

Ostergaard L. (1992) Gender and Development

Porter M. & Judd E. (eds) (2000), Feminists doing development : a practical critique

Porter, F., Smyth I. & Sweetman, C. (1999), Gender works : Oxfam experience in policy and practice

Porter, F. and Sweetman, C. (eds), Mainstreaming gender in development : a critical review

Visvanathan N. et al (eds.) (1997), The women, gender, and development reader

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LECTURE 8 - THEORIES OF POST-DEVELOPMENT: AN ALTERNATIVE TO ‘DEVELOPMENT’?

Key readings on Post-development:

*Peet, R. & Hartwick E. (1999), Theories of development, chapter 5.

*Simon, D. (1999), ‘Development revisited: thinking about, practising and teaching development after the Cold War’ in D. Simon & A. Narman (eds.) Development as theory and practice : current perspectives on development and development co-operation

*Nederveen Pieterse, J. (2001), Development theory : deconstructions/reconstructions (ch7)

*Parfitt, T. (2002), The end of development? : modernity, post-modernity and development

Potter, R., Binns, T. et al. (2004) (2nd. edn.) Geographies of development (chapter 1 & 3).

Sidaway, J.D. (2002), ‘Post-development’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

Simon, D. (2002), ‘Post-modernism and development’ in Desai, V. & Potter, R. B. (eds.) The companion to development studies

Thomas, A. (2000), ‘Poverty and the ‘End of Development’ in Allen, T. & Thomas, A. (eds.) Poverty and development into the 21st century, chapter 1

Post-development writings:

*Escobar, A. (1995), Encountering development : the making and unmaking of the Third World

*Rahnema, M. & Bawtree V. (eds) (1997), The post-development reader

*Sachs, W. (ed) (1992), The development dictionary : a guide to knowledge as power

*Crush, J. (ed.) (1995), Power of development

*Ferguson, J, (1990) The anti-politics machine : "development", depoliticization, and bureaucratic power in Lesotho

*Munck, R. & O’Hearn (eds) (2000) Critical development theory : contributions to a new paradigm (especially chapter 10 by Munck)

Apffel-Marglin, F. and S.A. Marglin (1996) (eds.), Decolonizing knowledge : from development to dialogue

Escobar, A. (2000), ‘Beyond the Search for a Paradigm? Post-Development and Beyond’ in Development. vol.43 no.4, pp.11-4.

Esteva, G. & Prakash M.S. (1998), ‘Beyond Development, What? ’ in Development in practice. vol.8 no.3, pp.280-96

Esteva, G. & Prakash M.S. (2000) Grassroots post-modernism

In Motion Magazine (2005), ‘Interview with Gustavo Esteva: The Society of the Different’, at: http://www.inmotionmagazine.com/global/gest_int_1.html

Latouche, S. (1993), In the wake of the affluent society : an exploration of post-development

Rist, G. (1997), The history of development : from Western origins to global faith

Power, M. (2003), Rethinking development geographies

Saunders, K. (2002) (ed.), Feminist post-development thought : rethinking modernity, post-colonialism & representation

Critiques and discussions of post-development:

*Nederveen Pieterse, J. (1998), ‘My paradigm or yours? Alternative development, post-development, reflexive development’ in Development and change. vol 29

Batterbury, S. and Fernando, J.L. (2004), ‘Arturo Escobar’ in Environment & planning. vol.37 no.1, pp.161-87

Berger, M.T. (1995), ‘Post-cold war capitalism: modernization and modes of resistance after the fall’ in Third world quarterly. vol 16 no.4.

Brigg, M. (2002), ‘Post-development, Foucault and the colonisation metaphor’ in Third world quarterly. vol 23 no.3.

Corbridge, S. (1998), ‘“Beneath the pavement only soil”: The poverty of post-development’ in The journal of development studies., vol.34 no.6, pp.138-48

Grischow, J. and G.H. McKnight (2003), ‘Rhyming Development: Practising Post-development in Colonial Ghana and Uganda’, in Journal of historical sociology., vol.16 no.3

Hart, G. (2001), ‘Development critiques in the 1990s: culs de sac and promising paths’ in Progress in human geography. vol.25 no.4, pp.649-58

Lehman, D. (1997), ‘An opportunity lost: Escobar’s deconstruction of development’ in The journal of development studies. vol.33 no.4

Maiava, S. (2002), ‘When is Development not ‘Development’? Recognising unofficial development or practising post-development’? , at http://www.devnet.org.nz/conf2002papers

Matthews, S. (2004), ‘Post-development theory and the question of alternatives: a view from Africa’ in Third world quarterly. vol.25 no.2

Muller, M. (2006), ‘Discourses in post-modern epistemology: radical impetus lost? ’ in Progress in development studies. vol.6 no.1, pp.306-20.

Nederveen Pieterse, J. (2000), ‘After post-development’ in Third world quarterly. vol 21 no.2, pp. 175-91

Nustad, K. (2001), ‘Development: the Devil we know? ’ in Third world quarterly. vol.22 no.2, pp.479-89

Rigg, J. (2003) (2nd edn.), Southeast Asia : the human landscape of modernization and development (especially chapter 8) (more empirically-based discussion)

Schuurman F.J. (2000), ‘Paradigms Lost, Paradigms Re-gained? Development Studies in the Twenty-First Century’ in Third world quarterly. vol.21 no.1, pp.7-20

Siemiatycki, E. (2005), ‘Post-Development at a Cross-roads: Towards a ‘Real Development’ in Undercurrent, vol.ii, issue 3. Available at: http://undercurrentjournal.ca/issues/v2i3/undercurrent_v2i3.pdf [This is a Canadian undergraduate journal of development studies. Why not think about submitting a paper to it? !]

Storey, A. (2000), ‘Post-Development Theory: Romanticism and Pontius Pilate politics’ in Development. vol.43 no.4, pp.40-6

Ziai, Aram (2004), ‘The Ambivalence of Post-Development: Between Reactionary Populism and Radical Democracy’ in Third world quarterly. vol.25 no.6, p.1045

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LECTURE 9 - GLOBALISATION, POVERTY AND INEQUALITY

Key readings on globalisation and development:

*Greig, A., Hulme, D. and Turner, M. (2007), Challenging global inequality : development theory and practice in the 21st century, chap.8.

*Held, D. & McGrew A. (2002) Globalization/anti-globalization

*Held, D. & McGrew A. (eds.) (2000), The global transformations reader : an introduction to the globalization debate (especially introductory chapter)

*Kaplinsky, R. (2005) Globalization, poverty and inequality : between a rock and a hard place

*Khor, M. (2001), Rethinking globalization : critical issues and policy choices

[Alternatively see: Martin Khor (April 2000), ‘Globalisation and the South: some critical issues’, a discussion paper available at http://www.unctad.org & www.twnside.sg ]

* Kiely, R. (2007), The new political economy of development : globalization, imperialism, hegemony

*McGrew A. (2000), ‘Sustainable globalisation? The global politics of development and exclusion in the new world order’ in T. Allen and A. Thomas (eds.) Poverty and development into the 21st century

*Milanovic, B. (2003), ‘The Two Faces of Globalization: Against globalisation as we know it’ in World development. vol.31 no.4, pp.667-83.

*Milanovic, B. (2005), Worlds apart : measuring international and global inequality

*Petras, J. & Veltmeyer H. (2001), Globalization unmasked : imperialism in the 21st century

*Putzel, J. (2005), ‘Globalisation, Liberalisation and Prospects for the State’ in International political science review vol.26 no.1, pp.5-16.

*Stiglitz, J. (2002), Globalization and its discontents

*UNDP (1999), Human development report. 1999

*Wade, R.H. (2004), Is globalisation reducing poverty and inequality? ’ in World development. vol.32 no.4

*Wolf, M. (2005) Why globalization works

*Willis, K. (2005), Theories and practices of development (chapter 7)

* Prospect March 2002, ‘Are global poverty and inequality getting worse? ’ – debate between Robert Wade and Martin Wolf.

See The economist. for debates and articles: e.g. 20 January 2007 (Rich Man, Poor Man); 29 September 2001 (debate on globalisation); 19 March 2002 (article by John Stark on ‘The Case For Globalisation’).

Supplementary readings on globalisation and development:

Adams N.A. (1997), Worlds apart : the North-South divide and the international system

Amoroso, B. (2007), ‘Globalization and Poverty: Winners and Losers’ in Development. vol.50 no.2, pp.12-19.

Biel, R. (2000), The new imperialism : crisis and contradictions in North/South relations

Cable, V. (1999), Globalization and global governance (chapter 1)

Cornia, G.A. (ed) (2004), Inequality Growth and Poverty in an Era of Liberalization and Globalization [electronic resource].

Culpeper, R. (2005), Approaches to globalization and inequality within the international system United Nations (UN) Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD) paper, available at: http://www.eldis.org/cf/rdr/rdr.cfm? doc=DOC13783

Dicken, P. (2003) (4th edn), Global Shift (chapters 15, 17 & 18)

Dollar, D. and Kraay, A. (2001), ‘Growth is good for the poor’, World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 2587. Available from http://www.worldbank.org

Dollar, D. and Kraay, A. (2002), ‘Spreading the Wealth’ in Foreign affairs., vol.81 no.1, pp.120-33.

Held, D. et al. (1999), Global transformations : politics, economics and culture

Hirst P. & Thompson G. (1999) (2nd edn.), Globalization in question : the international economy and the possibilities of governance

Hoogvelt, A. (2001) (2nd edn.), Globalisation and the postcolonial world : the new political economy of development : the new political economy of development

Hurrell, A. & Woods, N. (1999) (eds), Inequality, globalization, and world politics

IDS bulletin. (2004) vol.35 no.1, on ‘Globalisation and Poverty’.

Jomo, K.S. & Nagaraj, S. (eds.) (2001), Globalization versus development

Kiely R. & Marfleet, P. (eds.) (1998), Globalisation and the Third World

Kothari, U. Minogue, M. & DeJong, J. (2002), ‘The political economy of globalisation’ in U. Kothari and M. Minogue (eds.), Development theory and practice : critical perspectives

Lechner, F.J. & Boli J. (eds.) (2008), The globalization reader

[an extensive reader with a variety of readings on different aspects of globalisation from a range of authors. In particular, see Part IV on ‘Economic Globalisation’ and Part X on ‘Resisting Globalisation’].

McCann, G. & McCloskey (eds.) (2003), From the local to the global : key issues in development studies (especially Introduction)

McMichael, P. (1996), ‘Globalization: Myths and Realities’ in Roberts, Timmons J. and Hite, Amy (eds.) (2000), From modernization to globalization : perspectives on development and social change. [Reprint of original article in Rural sociology. 61: 1]

McMichael, P. (2000) (2nd. edn.), Development and social change : a global perspective (Part III)

Michie, J. (ed.) (2003), The handbook of globalisation [useful Reader, especially Parts I & VIII].

Munck, R. (2005), Globalization and social exclusion : a transformationalist perspective

Nayyar, D. (2004), ‘Globalization and Development’ in H.-J. Chang (ed) Rethinking development economics.

Nederveen Pieterse, J. (ed) (2000), Global futures : shaping globalization

Perrons, D. (2004), Globalisation and social change : people and places in a divided world : People and Places in a Divided World

Potter, R., Binns, t. et al. (2004) (2nd. edn.) Geographies of development (chapter 4)

Rai, S.M. (2001), Gender and the political economy of development : from nationalism to globalization

Rodrik, D. (1999), The new global economy and developing countries : making openness work

Roy, A.N. (1999), The Third World in the age of globalisation : requiem or new agenda?

Scholte J.A. (2000), Globalization : a critical introduction

Stallings, B. (1995) (ed), Global change, regional response : the new international context of development

Thomas, C. & Wilkin, P. (eds.) (1997), Globalization and the South (chapter 1)

Timmons Roberts, J. and A.M.Hite (2007), The globalization and development reader : perspectives on development

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development : report of the Conference on its sixth session, Belgrade, June 6-July 3, 1983, with related documents. (UNCTAD (2002), Trade and Development Report 2002: Developing Countries in World Trade

United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) (2002), The Least Developed Countries Report 2002: Escaping the Poverty Trap. Available at: http://www.unctad.org/Templates/webflyer.asp? docid=2026&intItemID=1397&lang=1&mode=toc

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) (1997), Human development report. 1997 (chap 4)

Went, R. (2000), Globalization: Neo-Liberal Challenge, Radical Responses

Woods, N. (ed.) (2000), The political economy of globalization

World Bank (2002), Globalization, growth, and poverty : building an inclusive world economy.

World Bank (2006), World development report 2006 : equity and development.

Alternatives to globalisation:

*Buckman, G. (2004), Globalization : tame it or scrap it? : mapping the alternatives of the anti-globalization movement (part II)

Bello, W. (2004), Deglobalization : ideas for a new world economy

Cavanagh, J., Mander, J. et al. (2002), Alternatives to economic globalization : a better world is possible

Chang, H.-J. & Grabel, I. (2004), Reclaiming development : an alternative economic policy manual

Fisher, William & Ponniah, T. (eds.) (2003), Another world is possible : popular alternatives to globalization at the World Social Forum

Goldsmith, E. and Mander, J. (eds.) (2001), The case against the global economy and for a turn towards localization

Harris, R.L. (2002), ‘Resistances and Alternatives to Globalization in Latin America and the Caribbean’ in Latin American perspectives. vol.29, no.6, pp.136-51.

Hines, C. (2000): Localization : a global manifesto

Madeley, J. (2003), A people's world : alternatives to economic globalisation

Saul, J.S. (2006), Development after globalization : theory and practice for the embattled south in a new imperial age

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LECTURE 10 - RESISTANCE TO GLOBALISATION: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND SOCIAL CHANGE

[Also some readings from seminar 3 on ‘the contemporary challenge to neo-liberal hegemony in Latin America’ may be relevant.]

*Gills, B.K. (ed.) (2000), Globalization and the politics of resistance. [also published as a special edition of New Political Economy, vol.2 no.1 March 1997.

Anheier, H. et al. (eds.) (2001), Global civil society 2001 (especially chapter by M.Desai and Y.Said on ‘The Anti-Capitalist Movement’.

Arditi, B. (2004), ‘From Globalism to Globalization: The Politics of Resistance’ in New Political Science vol.26 no.1, pp.5-22.

Ayres, J. M. (2004), ‘Framing Collective Action against Neoliberalism: The Case of the "Anti-Globalization" Movement’ in Journal of world-systems research [electronic resource]., vol.10, no.1.

Burbach, R. et al (1997), Globalization and its discontents : the rise of postmodern socialisms

Callincos, A. (2003), An anti-capitalist manifesto, especially chap.2

Cohen, R. & Rai, S. (2000), Global social movements

Development. (2005), ‘The Movement of Movements’, special journal edition, vol.48 no.2 June 2005.

Escobar, A. (2004), ‘Beyond the Third World: imperial globality, global coloniality and anti-globalisation social movements’ in Third world quarterly., vol.25 no.1.

Green, D. & Griffith, M. (2002), ‘Globalization and its Discontents’ in International affairs., January 2002.

Held, D. & McGrew A. (2002) Globalization/anti-globalization

Keck, M. and Sikkink, F. (1998), Activists beyond borders : advocacy networks in international politics

Lowes, David (2006), The anti-capitalist dictionary : movements, histories and motivations

Marchand, M.H. (2003), ‘Challenging globalisation: toward a feminist understanding of resistance’ in Review of international studies. vol. 29, pp.145-60, Special Issue December 2003.

McDonald, K. (2006), Global movements : action and culture

Mertes, T. (ed.) (2004), A movement of movements : is another world really possible?

Perrons, D. (2004), Globalisation and social change : people and places in a divided world : People and Places in a Divided World (chapter 9)

Petras, J. (2003), The new development politics : the age of empire building and new social movements (chapters 7 & 8 with H. Veltmeyer)

Podobnik, B. & Reifer, T. E. (2004), ‘The Globalization Protest Movement in Comparative Perspective’ in Journal of world-systems research [electronic resource]., vol.10, no.1. [special issue on this topic]

Polet, F. (ed.) (2005), Globalizing resistance : the state of struggle

Rajgopol, S. S. (2002), ‘Reclaiming Democracy? The Anti-Globalization Movement in South Asia’ in Feminist review. no.70, pp.134-137

Sklair, L. (2002), Globalization : capitalism and its alternatives (chap. 10)

Smith, J. & Johnston, H. (eds.) (2002), Globalization and resistance : transnational dimensions of social movements

Starr, A. (2005), Global revolt : a guide to the movements against globalization

Tormey, S. (2004) Anti-capitalism : a beginner's guide : A Beginners’ Guide

Veltmeyer, H. (ed.) (2005), Globalization and Anti-Globalization: Dynamics of Change in the New World Order

Wise, T.A. et al (2003), Confronting globalization : economic integration and popular resistance in Mexico

For the seminar on the MST (Landless Movement) in Brazil:

*Friends of MST website: http://mstbrazil.org including article by Langevin, M. & Rosset, P. (1997), ‘Land Reform From Below: The Landless Workers Movement in Brazil’.

*Branford, S. & Rocha, J. (2002), Cutting the wire : the story of the landless movement in Brazil

Carter, M. (2005) ‘The Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) and democracy in Brazil’, Working Paper 60, Centre for Brazilian Studies, University of Oxford. Available at: http://www.brazil.ox.ac.uk/conferences.html

Frank, J. (2002), ‘Two models of land reform and development’ in Z Magazine, November 2002. Available at: http://zmagsite.zmag.org/Nov2002/Frank1102.htm

Loewy, M. (2000), ‘A "red" government in the south of Brazil’ in Monthly Review vol.52 no. 6, Nov 2000.

Martins, J. de S. (2002), ‘Representing the Peasantry? Struggles for/about land in Brazil’ in Journal of peasant studies. vol.29 nos.3-4.

Meszaros, G. (2000), ‘No ordinary revolution: Brazil's landless workers' movement’ in Race and class. vol.42 no.2.

Navarro, Z. (2005), ‘Transforming Rights into Social Practices? The Landless Movement and Land Reform in Brazil’ in IDS bulletin. vol.36 no.1, pp.129-137.

Petras, J. (2004), ‘The New Revolutionary Peasantry: The growth of peasant-led opposition to neo-liberalism’. Available at: http://zmagsite.zmag.org/

Petras, J. and Veltmeyer, H. (2001), ‘Are Latin American Peasant Movements Still a Force for Change? Some Paradigms Revisited’ in Journal of peasant studies. vol.28 no.2.

Plummer, D. & Ranum B. (2002), ‘Brazil's landless workers movement-Movimiento de Trabajadores rurales sem terra – MST’ in Social Policy vol. 33 no. 1, Sept 2002.

Robles, W. (2001), ‘The Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) in Brazil’ in Journal of peasant studies. vol. 28, no. 2, pp.146-61.

Stedile, J.P., (2002). ‘Landless Battalions: The Sem Terre Movement of Brazil’ in New Left Review, May 2002

Wolford, W. & Wright, A. (2003), To inherit the earth : the landless movement and the struggle for a new Brazil

Wolford, W. (2003), ‘Producing Community: The MST and Land Reform Settlements in Brazil’ in Journal of agrarian change. vol.3 no.4.

 

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