This pathbreaking book analyzes a highly successful participatory development program in Indonesia, exploring its distinctive origins and design principles and its impacts on local conflict dynamics and social institutions.
Patrick Barron, a doctoral candidate at the University of Oxford, was for seven years the manager of World Bank’s Conflict and Development program in Indonesia. Rachael Diprose holds a doctorate from the University of Oxford and has worked in development research, policy, and programming around the world. Michael Woolcock is senior social scientist, Development Research Group, World Bank.
Pub Date: 2011
Format: Hardback with bw illus.
Size: 6.05 x 9.50 inches
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