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Through in-depth interviews with key figures and their relatives, Simon considers how the escapees' experiences impacted their scholarship, showing how they played a key role in shaping their belief that 'development' really did hold the potential to make a better world, free from the horrors of war, genocide and discrimination they had experienced under Nazi rule. In the process, he casts valuable new light on the origins and evolution of development studies, policy and practice from this formative postwar period to the present.
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- Verlag: Zed Books
- Seitenzahl: 344
- Erscheinungstermin: 15. Januar 2019
- ISBN-13: 9781786995155
- Artikelnr.: 54444247