THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT PARADIGM: OPERATIONALIZING SEN'S IDEAS ON CAPABILITIES

@article{Fukudaparr2003THEHD,
  title={THE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT PARADIGM: OPERATIONALIZING SEN'S IDEAS ON CAPABILITIES},
  author={S. Fukuda‐parr},
  journal={Feminist Economics},
  year={2003},
  volume={9},
  pages={301 - 317}
}
  • S. Fukuda‐parr
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • Feminist Economics
  • Amartya Sen's ideas constitute the core principles of a development approach that has evolved in the Human Development Reports. This approach is a "paradigm" based on the concept of well-being that can help define public policy, but does not embody a set of prescriptions. The current movement from an age of development planning to an age of globalization has meant an increasing attention to agency aspects of development. While earlier Human Development Reports emphasized measures such as the… CONTINUE READING
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