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Books for review

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The following books are available for review for PROGRESS IN DEVELOPMENT
STUDIES

*Progress in Development Studies has now been published for nearly 2 years.
Unlike other development journals, it publishes state-of-art REVIEWS of
important policy and theory topics, and is therefore useful for quick
overviews for teachers, or people seeking a fast introduction of new topics.
Subscriptions and submitted papers are growing in number all the time.

We welcome papers on all aspects of international development, including
trade; economic development; environment; poverty; gender; politics;
agricultural development; health, human rights (etc).

Check out www.pidsjournal.com for subscription details. You can also receive
a sample copy.*

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 These books are available: we require about 1,000 words per review.

 Please send me your top TWO choices, plus your address and fax number.

Thanks
Tim Forsyth
London School of Economics
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Harriss-White, B: Globalization and insecurity, Publisher: Palgrave

 Schuurman, F (ed): Globalisation and development studies: challenges for
the 21st century, Publisher: Sage

 Moser, C. and Clark, F (eds): Victims, perpetrators or actors? Gender,
armed conflict and political violence, Publisher: Zed

 Macrae, J: Aiding recovery? The crisis of aid in chronic political
emergences, Publisher: Zed

 Long, N: Development Sociology Publisher: Routledge

 Kothari, U. amd Minogue, M (eds): Development theory and practice: critical
perspectives, Publisher: Palgrave

 Guy Standing: Beyond the new paternalism: basic security as equality,
Publisher: Verso

 Woodward, D The next crisis? Direct and equity investment in developing
countries,  Publisher: Zed

 Connaughton, R: Military intervention and peacekeeping: the reality,
Publisher: Ashgate

 Katrak, H. and Strange, R. (eds): Small scale enterprises in developing and
transitional economies, Publisher: Palgrave

 Narayan, D et al: Voices of the poor: can anyone hear us (PLUS VIDEO),
Publisher: World Bank

 Caroline Robb: Can the poor influence policy?: participatory poverty
assessments in the developing world, Publisher: World Bank/IMF

 Jackson, P: Business development in Asia and Africa: the role of government
agencies , Publisher: Palgrave

 Rodrigo, G: Technology, economic growth and crises in East Asia, Publisher:
Edward Elgar

 Tony Barnett and Alan Whiteside: AIDS in the 21st Century, Publisher:
Palgrave

 Leonard Seabrooke: US power in international finance: the victory of
dividends, Publisher: Palgrave

 Colin Thirtle, Johan van Zyl, Nick Vink (eds): South African agriculture at
the crossroads: an empirical analysis of efficiency, technology and
productivity: Publisher: Macmillan

Leonardo Vera: Stabilization and growth in Latin America: a critique and
reconstruction from Post-Keynesian and structuralist perspectives,
Publisher: Palgrave

 Hassan Hakimian and Ziba Moshaver (eds): The state and global change: the
political economy of transition in the Middle East and North Africa,
Publisher: Curzon

 McWilliam, M : The development business: a history of the Commonwealth
Development Corporation, Publisher: Palgrave

 Benholdt-Thomsen, V. Faraclas, N. and von Werlhof, C: There is an
alternative: subsistence world resistance to corporate globalization,
Publisher: Zed

 Duffield, M: Global Governance and the new Wars: the merging of development
and security, Publisher: Zed

 Cumming, G: Aid to Africa: French and British policies from the Cold War to
the new millennium Publisher: Ashgate

 Mbaku, J., Agbese, P. and Kimenyi, M. (eds): Ethnicity and governance in
the Third World, Publisher: Ashgate>

 Horowitz, S. and Heo, U.: The political economy of international financial
crisis: interest groups, ideologies and institutions, Publisher: ISEAS

 Masuyama, S. Vandenbrink, D. and Yue, C.: Industrial restructuring in  East
Asia: towards the 21st century, Publisher: ISEAS

 Funston, J (ed): Government and politics in Southeast Asia, Publisher:
ISEAS

 Seroa da Motta, R (ed): Environmental economics and policy making in
developing countries, Publisher: Edward Elgar

 J. Gunning and R. Oostendorp, (eds): Industrial change in Africa: Zimbawean
firms under structural adjustment, Publisher: Palgrave

 Peter Evans (ed): Livable cities? Urban stuggles for livelihood and
sustainability, Publisher: Univ of California

 McDonald, D. (ed)Environmental justice in South Africa, Publisher: Ohio Uni
Press

 O. Elgestrom and G. Hyden (eds): Development and democracy: what have we
learned and how? Publisher: Routledge

 Jones, E: .The record of global economic development, Publisher: Edward
Elgar

 A. P. Thirlwall: The nature of economic growth: an alternative framework
for understanding the performance of nations, Publisher: Edward Elgar

 E.K. Akyeampong: Between the sea and the lagoon: an eco-social history of
the Anglo of Southwestern Ghana c1850 to recent times, Publisher: Ohio Uni
Press

 George Saitoti, The challenges of economic and institutional reforms in
Africa, Publisher: Ashgate

 Rolin Mainuddin, Religion and politics in the developing world, Publisher:
Ashgate

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