The New Development Management

Critiquing the Dual Modernization

Edited by Sadhvi Dar and Bill Cooke

The New Development Management

Edited by Sadhvi Dar and Bill Cooke

Distributed for Zed Books

256 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $38.95 ISBN: 9781842779224 Published February 2008 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
1. Foreword: Hugh Willmott
2. Introduction: The New Development Management: Bill Cooke and Sadhvi Dar
3. The Rise of the Global Managers: Jonathan Murphy
4. Non-Governmentalism and the Reorganization of Public Action: David Lewis
5. 'Arrive Bearing Gifts' Post-Colonial Insights for Development Management: Kate Kenny
6. Managerialism and NGO Advocacy: Handloom weavers in India: Nidhi Srinivas
7. International Development and the New Public Management: Projects and Logframes as Discursive Technologies of Governance: Ron Kerr
8. Participatory Management as Colonial Administration: Bill Cooke
9. Borders in an (In)Visible World: Colonizing the Divergent and Privileging the 'New World Order': Kym Thorne and Alex Kouzmin
10. The Managerialization of Development, The Banalisation of its Promise and The Disavowal of 'Critique' as a Modernist Illusion: Pieter de Vries
11. Real-izing Development: Reports, Realities and the Self in Development NGOs: Sadhvi Dar
12. Afterword: Arturo Escobar
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