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[Half a century of development experience has pointed to several shortcomings in our approach to agenda setting. A stark reminder of one of those shortcomings is reflected in theory that purported to view development as progress along pre-determined stages of growth. Jagdish Bhagwati of Columbia...
[This chapter draws upon three published case studies covering different aspects of water, soil, and waste management to discuss issues that are crucial to an improved understanding of the nexus approach to management of environmental resources. Based on previous research, we identified three...
[In this chapter, we draw upon two cases that employ results-based financing strategies to discuss elements of a decentralization framework that can potentially support enhancement of water and sanitation services. We also devote a part of the chapter to discuss the role that web-observatories...
[Disaster risk governance is a function of institutions at multiple levels of government to predict and effectively respond to threats posed by global changes such as urbanization, climate and demographic change. An important determinant of government’s effectiveness in responding to...
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