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Development Redux Glimpses of the post-crisis development imagination. Development Studies Association conference presentation, London 2011 Naomi Hossain, Lyla Mehta and Sara Wolcott with Lawrence Haddad, Allister McGregor and the Reimagining Development initiative members.

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Development redux glimpses of the post crisis development imagination

Development ReduxGlimpses of the post-crisis development imagination

Development Studies Association conference presentation, London 2011

Naomi Hossain, Lyla Mehta and Sara Wolcott

with Lawrence Haddad, Allister McGregor

and the Reimagining Development initiative members


Background bring the noise
Background: bring the noise…

  • Have the global crises made us think differently about development?

  • Too soon to call

  • Noise as a feature of the new intellectual landscape

  • ReDev about listening in strategic spots


Poverty and inequality
Poverty and inequality

  • The elastic poor: resilience and social reproduction

  • Free market fatigue yet?

  • Rethinking homo economicus


Politics and power
Politics and power

  • The social protection state

  • Global governance and civic disobedience

  • The new multiple accountabilities


Changing development actors
Changing development actors

  • Pop (goes) development

  • The aid industry: the personal is the professional

  • Good business


Conclusions
Conclusions …

  • An audible decline in the authority of the dominant aid agencies

  • A new geographical seamlessness


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