Aid and Development by Ali Brownlie Bojang
  

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Aid and Development by Ali Brownlie Bojang

Aid and Development - Is it right for governments of wealthy countries to interfere in the policies of less economically developed ones? Has globalisation resulted in a 'quick-fix' mentality rather than looking for longer-term solutions? How can we establish sustainable development in countries that need it? Under what circumstances is debt cancellation a viable solution to economic problems? Our World is getting smaller. Improvements in communications systems, transport and information highways mean that countries are connected to each other in an increasing number of ways; politically, economically, culturally and environmentally. The Global Village investigates the effects of globalisation on key international issues; for individuals, companies and governments.

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Ali Brownlie Bojang
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Publisher

Evans Brothers Ltd an imprint of Evans Publishing Group

Publication date

30th August 2012

ISBN

9780237544775


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