Ethiopia: The Politics of Development

Fikadu Tolossa

Verlag: VDM Verlag Jun 2011, 2011
ISBN 10: 3639350561 / ISBN 13: 9783639350562
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Neuware - Behind any development agenda prevails a reason, motives, objectives or other value of political character either explicitly or implicitly. After all, development takes place in a political environment and it has always a political connotation. And, this monograph is a synthesized study of politics' and development' approached from the vantage of endogenous or bottom-up perspective in the context of the Arsi Oromo of Bale. Emphasis has been made, however, to the political' undertakings of the Dergue government under the banner of socialist-development' in the same region, which practically may facilitate a better understanding of the intertwined and complex nature of the concepts involved. It argues that top- down imposition and enforcement of development strategies, which have proved failure for so long in Ethiopia should be reconsidered in such a way to make people both the means and end of development. Study sources attested that endogenous institutions which were once predominant variables can still be integrated into the development schemes for the people of the region and so for the socio-economic development of the country. 104 pp. Englisch. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 9783639350562

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Reseña del editor: Behind any development agenda prevails a reason, motives, objectives or other value of political character either explicitly or implicitly. After all, development takes place in a political environment and it has always a political connotation. And, this monograph is a synthesized study of 'politics' and 'development' approached from the vantage of endogenous or bottom-up perspective in the context of the Arsi Oromo of Bale. Emphasis has been made, however, to the 'political' undertakings of the Dergue government under the banner of 'socialist-development' in the same region, which practically may facilitate a better understanding of the intertwined and complex nature of the concepts involved. It argues that top- down imposition and enforcement of development strategies, which have proved failure for so long in Ethiopia should be reconsidered in such a way to make people both the means and end of development. Study sources attested that endogenous institutions which were once predominant variables can still be integrated into the development schemes for the people of the region and so for the socio-economic development of the country.

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Titel: Ethiopia: The Politics of Development
Verlag: VDM Verlag Jun 2011
Erscheinungsdatum: 2011
Einband: Taschenbuch
Zustand: Neu

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Buchbeschreibung VDM Verlag Dr. Müller. Taschenbuch. Zustand: Neu. Druck auf Anfrage Neuware - Behind any development agenda prevails a reason, motives, objectives or other value of political character either explicitly or implicitly. After all, development takes place in a political environment and it has always a political connotation. And, this monograph is a synthesized study of politics' and development' approached from the vantage of endogenous or bottom-up perspective in the context of the Arsi Oromo of Bale. Emphasis has been made, however, to the political' undertakings of the Dergue government under the banner of socialist-development' in the same region, which practically may facilitate a better understanding of the intertwined and complex nature of the concepts involved. It argues that top- down imposition and enforcement of development strategies, which have proved failure for so long in Ethiopia should be reconsidered in such a way to make people both the means and end of development. Study sources attested that endogenous institutions which were once predominant variables can still be integrated into the development schemes for the people of the region and so for the socio-economic development of the country. 104 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9783639350562

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