Development studies and policy studies: in the short run we are all dead

@article{Apthorpe1999DevelopmentSA,
  title={Development studies and policy studies: in the short run we are all dead},
  author={R. Apthorpe},
  journal={Journal of International Development},
  year={1999},
  volume={11},
  pages={535-546}
}
  • R. Apthorpe
  • Published 1999
  • Economics
  • Journal of International Development
Development Studies has been dominated by a mainstream economics-based agenda that has failed to study and recognise the importance of social and political processes and patterns of poverty. Agencies and institutions within development and aid are beginning to acknowledge this deficiency, but in Africa and elsewhere poverty is still increasing and welfare decreasing. Changing from Development Studies to Poverty Studies offers an opportunity to incorporate ideas and methodologies from other… Expand
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