Introduction -- Evolution of Economic Development Theories and Doctrines -- Economic Policy Practice -- Evolution of Governance and Development Administration Theory -- Evolution of Governance and Development Administration Practice -- Evolving Roles of Non-Governmental Organizations -- The Evolution of Foreign Assistance Theories and Doctrines -- International Development in the American Grain : From Point Four to the Present -- Evolving Roles of the Military -- Complementarity of Security and Development Doctrines : Historical Cases and Aftermaths -- Conclusion : Linkages and Challenges
This book assesses the evolution of theories, doctrines, and practices in governance, economics, foreign assistance, civil society, and human security in developing countries since WWII, identifying progress and weaknesses. It points to how development approaches across these inter-connected areas can greatly enhance inclusive development.--
Discusses work of Sweden's Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (MISTRA) and Council for Planning and Coordination of Research (FRN), as well as that of the US National Research Council (NRC), with regard to respect for environmental concerns in promotion of economic development; 11 articles. Papers presented at a conference organized by MISTRA and FRN, held at Bergendal, near Stockholm, Sweden, June 8-10, 1998. Topics include the Theme projects at Linköping University, Sweden, and methods used to protect Yellowstone National Park and the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem in the Central Rocky Mountains of the US.