Alternative development strategies for the post 2015 era

Alternative Development Strategies in SubSaharan Africa

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Alternative Development Strategies for the Post 2015 era

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This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue? In her opening statement, Shamshad Akhtar, Assistant-Secretary-General for Economic Development, said that the CDP has taken upon itself the task to examine and draw lessons from past experiences so that we can formulate more effective, comprehensive approaches in identifying durable and equitable solutions to the development challenges the world confronts today There is no one size fits all, no silver bullets. However, there are some common elements among those successful policies which provide important lessons for us in formulating an alternative development strategy. The briefing featured CDP members José Antonio Alonso, Giovanni Andrea Cornia, Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and José Antonio Ocampo. The global economic crisis of 7558-7559 exposed systemic failings at the core of economic policymaking worldwide. The crisis came on top of several other crises, including skyrocketing and highly volatile world food and energy prices and climate change.

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This book argues that new policy approaches are needed to address such devastating global development challenges and to avoid the potentially catastrophic consequences to livelihoods worldwide that are likely to result from present approaches. The contributors to the book are independent development experts, brought together by the UN Committee for Development Policy, an advisory body of the Economic and Social Council, to identify a development strategy capable of promoting a broad-based economic recovery and at the same time guaranteeing social equity and environmental sustainability both within countries and internationally. This new development approach seeks to promote the reforms needed to improve global governance, providing a more equitable distribution of global public goods. The contributors offer a critical evaluation of past development experiences and report on their creative search for new and well-thought out answers for the future. They suggest that economic progress, fairer societies and environmental sustainability can be compatible objectives, but only when pursued simultaneously by all. In the first part of this book we discussed development as an autonomous process of growth and change of society, that is as a process of internal societal dynamics. Next we outlined the characteristics of underdevelopment of contemporary developing societies, as these had resulted from the historical interaction with more advanced societies.

However, not only is underdevelopment, objectively viewed, the result of interaction with development, the subjective awareness and experience of underdevelopment also issues from the interaction with developed societies. It is from this interaction that the wish to develop — to catch up — is born. 7567 Springer International Publishing AG. Part of Springer Nature. A brief history of Argentina monetary procedures. The cost of the Seinoriage lost. Interest rates.

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