This book assesses the trends in development theories, doctrines, and practices for developing countries since World War II (WWII). Development thinking and practice span a wide range of areas. The broadest are development economics and economic management, and governance and development administration. No less important are the foreign assistance theories and approaches and the roles of key institutions within and beyond conventional government entities, particularly the armed forces and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).
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