The Elgar Handbooks in Development series is a collection of works edited by leading international scholars within the field. The series provides an overview of recent research in all aspects of Development Studies, thereby forming an exhaustive guide to the field. These Handbooks aim to be prestigious, high quality works of lasting significance, discussing research areas including the politics of international development, the global economic impacts of development, and the challenges faced by those driving development, on both a national and international scale. Each Handbook will consist of original contributions by leading authors that aim both to expand current debates within the field, and to indicate how research in Development Studies may progress in the future. This series will form an essential reference point for all students of Development Studies.
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