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Human Development and the International Development Strategy for the 1990"s

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Basingstoke: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Keith B Griffin; John B Knight. This book brings together contributions by recognised experts on various aspects of human development - educational policy, health and nutrition, technological capabilities, and the harnessing of local resources - and builds on them to advocate a redirection of policies for the s.

Miscellaneous: Human development and the international development strategy for the s. + pp. ref. ref. Abstract: This book, containing studies commissioned by the Committee for Development Planning of the United Nations, focuses on the dynamic interaction between the economic and social variables in development.

See Amartya Sen, ‘Development as Capability Expansion’, in Keith Griffin and John Knight (eds), Human Development and the International Development Strategy for the s (London: Macmillan, ). Google ScholarAuthor: Keith Griffin, Terry McKinley.

Griffin, K., & Knight, J. Human development: The case for renewed emphasis. In K. Griffin & J. Knight (Eds.), Human development and the international development strategy for the s (pp. 9–40). Basingstoke: Macmillan in association with the United Nations. Google Scholar.

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