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Five Assumptions of Dominant Thinking in International Development
, 2012, vol. 55, issue 1, pages 34-44
Lawrence Haddad analyzes two key global crises of the past few years: climate change and the global financial crisis. He challenges five mainstream assumptions about development thinking and assesses how they have emerged from these on-going stress tests.
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