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International Development: Challenge and Controversy (McNeil) - Paperback


International Development: Challenge and Controversy (McNeil) - Paperback

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Author: John D. McNeil

About the Author: 

Professor Emeritus Graduate School of Education & Information Studies UCLA specializing in curriculum, instruction and teacher education.

International consultant to Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Jamaica, Chile, China, Australia ,Canada, and Japan, Commander USNR.

About the Book: 

A module for group discussion, stimulating interest and understanding of aid and development in the context of world events. This book is useful in flipped classrooms, study groups, and as a source for those considering employment in governmental or other development organizations. 

As a source for individual edification, the book reveals US foreign policy-the costs and benefits of international development in the national interest and as partner in world organizations including how and why other countries are changing the nature of their aid and development. The book addresses both humanistic donors interested in charities and foundations, as well as venture capitalists who are following the new opportunities to do well while doing good. The contrasting views of the Movers and Shakers in development are presented. Noteworthy is the treatment of the historical antecedents of economic development and the legacies of colonization that are giving rise to neocolonialism.

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