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- 1 Overview of international development
- 1.1 Development, development management – and you
- 1.2 Looking at development: context and practice
- 1.3 Managing development: professional and personal challenges
- 1.4 Developing institutions: rules and relationships
- 1.5 Engaging with conflict: war and peace
- 2 Development context and practice
- 3 Managing Development
- 3.1 Introduction
- 3.2 Managing development: professional and personal challenge
- 3.3 Development management in the twenty-first century
- 3.4 Managing development: tools and approaches
- 3.5 Tools and approaches: investigating
- 3.6 Tools and approaches: understanding
- 3.7 Tools and approaches: being inclusive
- 3.8 The development manager as advocate: making a case
- 3.9 The development manager as advocate: making a case against
- 4 Institutions of development
- 4.1 Introduction
- 4.2 Understanding institutions and institutional development
- 4.3 Why are institutions and institutional development important for development?
- 4.4 Why do inter-organisational relations matter?
- 4.5 The changing relationships between state, market and civil society
- 4.6 Making institutional development happen
- 4.7 Perspective and power in making institutional development happen
- 5 Development in difficult contexts
- Current section: References
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