Understanding international development
Understanding international development

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Understanding international development

References

Abbott, D. (2009) ‘Looking beyond the invisible: contesting agendas for Mumbai’s slums’, in Wilson, G., Furniss, P. and Kimbowa, R. (eds) Environment, development and sustainability: perspectives and cases from around the world, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Chaudhry, P. (2010) ‘Unconditional cash transfers to the very poor in central Viet Nam: is it enough to ‘just give them cash’?’ in Lawson, D., Hulme, D., Matin, I. and Moore, K. What works for the poorest? Poverty reduction programmes for the world’s extreme poor, Rudby, Practical Action Publishing, pp.170–171 and pp.174–176.
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