By Jan P. Pronk
This quantity offers a state of the art debate at the arguable subject of improvement aid.
- The participants are all specialists within the box of foreign development.
- Presents a few difficult conclusions in regards to the function that reduction performs in catalysing, or stifling, development.
- Represents a variety of diversified analytical perspectives.
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