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Rethinking development : putting an end to poverty.
Abstract: Bartoli argues that the "current programs of action" in fighting world poverty are not sufficient, nor is a reliance on "globalization". Instead, he suggests, there needs to be a radical renewal of economic thinking, leading to a new paradigm and new strategies.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :
Human rights, the basis of sustainable development
Human rights, the cornerstone of sustainable human development
Acknowledging the human cost of labour
Integration of ecological costs
Failure of strategies based primarily on economic and financial considerations. A multidimensional strategy interlinking economic, social and environmental factors
Limitations of strategies based on self-reliance and import substitution
The social failure of structural adjustment strategies
A proposed strategy based on education, law, employment and sharing
Governance on three levels: global, national and regional
Conditions of global governance
A vital actor: the State
The pivotal issues of government: the case of Europe
Removing the obstacles to governability: absence of democracy; indebtedness; financial slippage; power of the major "masters of the world" groups; interference
Making civil society a partner in development
"Pilotage" planning and collective education. New indicators
Cancellation of debts; meeting capital needs
Regulation and control of capital movements
Facing up to the masters of the world economy: the multinational enterprises
Intervention--Controversial but necessary
Economic thought renewed and open to changes in knowledge
Plurality of causes; adoption of principles of indetermination and relativity
The organizational principle and the systemic principle
The principle of responsibility
A polyphonic knowledge
Conclusion: Keeping our word.