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Le développement: Histoire d'une croyance…
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Le développement: Histoire d'une croyance occidentale (de Aurélien Berlan sur terrestre.org) (udgave 2022)

af Gilbert Rist (Auteur)

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The Delusions of Economics presents a radical critique of neoclassical economics. Rather than entering into existing debates between different orthodoxies, Gilbert Rist explores the circumstances that prevailed when economics was 'invented' and that helped to construct it as a science. Rist demonstrates how these presuppositions are either obsolete or just plain wrong, and that traditional economics is largely based on irrational convictions.… (mere)
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Titel:Le développement: Histoire d'une croyance occidentale (de Aurélien Berlan sur terrestre.org)
Forfattere:Gilbert Rist (Auteur)
Info:Les Presses de Sciences Po (2022), Edition: 4, 512 pages
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Nøgleord:croissance, développement, système

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The History of Development: From Western Origins to Global Faith af Gilbert Rist

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'If you want to understand the ideological forces that have shaped North-South relations for half a century, you need this remarkable book.' - Susan George

'At a time when globalization and humanitarian interventions are taking over from development, this book should help us understand why development has led so many well-intentioned people astray?. It presents complex debates with great clarity, provides an excellent opportunity to get acquainted with the literature and should prove essential reading for students and others interested, or involved, in development.' - Marie-Dominique Perrot, IUED

'There is no comparable book available in English.' - Professor Martin O'Connor, economist

'Compelling and exciting reading?. Rist's book, written with deliciously mild irony, is an account of the most crucial moments in which the rites of a belief embraced by millions were elaborated and canonized.' - Olga Nieuwenhuys, European Journal of Development Research

'A much needed corrective to the work of the cheerleaders of the newly globalized order?. This book does an outstanding job.' - Jan Knippers Black, Journal of Developing Areas

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'This book is one of the most astute of its genre available today?. [It] is exact in its scholarship and profound in its clear account of the philosophies and consequences of the Western example.' - Rapport
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The Delusions of Economics presents a radical critique of neoclassical economics. Rather than entering into existing debates between different orthodoxies, Gilbert Rist explores the circumstances that prevailed when economics was 'invented' and that helped to construct it as a science. Rist demonstrates how these presuppositions are either obsolete or just plain wrong, and that traditional economics is largely based on irrational convictions.

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