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Rethinking the Development Experience: Essays Provoked by the Work of Albert O. Hirschman ePub download

by Donald A. Schon,Lloyd Rodwin

  • Author: Donald A. Schon,Lloyd Rodwin
  • ISBN: 0815775512
  • ISBN13: 978-0815775515
  • ePub: 1496 kb | FB2: 1976 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Economics
  • Publisher: Brookings Institution Press (November 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 386
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Rethinking the Development Experience: Essays Provoked by the Work of Albert O. Hirschman ePub download

Rethinking the Development Experience book. Paul Krugman, Lance Taylor, and Donald Schon address the different approaches and assumptions of economic theorists in relation to modelling, learning, and development policy.

Rethinking the Development Experience book. Emma Rothschild, Lisa Peattie, and Bishwapryiya Sanyal examine some of the changing attitudes toward economic progress. Elliot Marseille, Judith Tendler, Sara Friedheim, Robert Picciotto, and Charles Sabel draw lessons from efforts to innovate or modify institutions, policies, programs, and projects.

This book, written by a group of distinguished scholars and practitioners .

This book, written by a group of distinguished scholars and practitioners, critically reappraises ideas about learning and development advanced by Albert O. Hirschman in the 1950s and 1960s. Lloyd Rodwin examines the underlying themes that emerge, particularly those that touch on the ideas of development as a process of social learning and on ways of strengthening theory, policy, and practice in economics when it is seen as both discipline and profession. .has been added to your Cart. The essays-prepared for an MIT faculty seminar-show how these innovative ideas bear on the theory.

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Donald A. Schon, Lloyd Rodwin. This book, written by a group of distinguished scholars and practitioners, critically reappraises ideas about learning and development advanced by Albert O. Hirschman in the 1950s and 1960s

Donald A. The essays prepared for an MIT faculty seminar show how these innovative ideas bear on the theory, policy, and practice of development in the 1990s. Hirschman, one of the great pioneers in the field of economic development, is now professor emeritus at Princeton.

Development Projects Observed. By O. Hirschman Albert. The Brookings Institution, 1967. Reissued with new preface, 1995. Cynthia Taft Morris (a1).

Morris, Cynthia Taft, 1996. Rethinking the Development Experience: Essays Provoked by the Work of Albert Hirschman. The Brookings Institution, 1994. If you are a registered author of this item, you may also want to check the "citations" tab in your RePEc Author Service profile, as there may be some citations waiting for confirmation.

This book critically reappraises ideas about learning and economic development advanced by Albert O. Hirschman . Hirschman, one of the great pioneers in the field. The contributors - distinguished economists, development theorists, social scientists, and practitioners - show how Hirschman's innovative ideas bear on the theory, policy, and practice of development in the 1990s. Two appendixes present a candid MIT faculty discussion of the essays and Hirschman's musings in response to particular chapters and questions raised by the participants. Recently added by. PIIE.

This book, written by a group of distinguished scholars and practitioners, critically reappraises ideas about learning and development advanced by Albert O. Hirschman in the 1950s and 1960s. The essays—prepared for an MIT faculty seminar—show how these innovative ideas bear on the theory, policy, and practice of development in the 1990s. Hirschman, one of the great pioneers in the field of economic development, is now professor emeritus at Princeton.

Paul Krugman, Lance Taylor, and Donald Schon address the different approaches and assumptions of economic theorists in relation to modelling, learning, and development policy. Emma Rothschild, Lisa Peattie, and Bishwapryiya Sanyal examine some of the changing attitudes toward economic progress. Elliot Marseille, Judith Tendler, Sara Friedheim, Robert Picciotto, and Charles Sabel draw lessons from efforts to innovate or modify institutions, policies, programs, and projects. Lloyd Rodwin examines the underlying themes that emerge, particularly those that touch on the ideas of development as a process of social learning and on ways of strengthening theory, policy, and practice in economics when it is seen as both discipline and profession.

In a postscript, Albert O. Hirschman reflects on the evolution of his ideas, his cognitive style, and his propensity for self-subversion. Two appendixes detail the candid seminar discussions and Hirschman's musings in response to particular chapters and questions raised by the participants.

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