Interviews | ‘Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Development’ – 5 speakers about the major findings of the book and the implications for policy makers and practitioners.

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and read the book online: G. Carbonnier, G., H. Campodónico, and S. Tezanos Vázquez (eds) (2017) Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Development: Lessons from Latin America, International Development Policy series No.9 (Geneva, Boston: Graduate Institute Publications, Brill-Nijhoff), 338p. https://journals.openedition.org/poldev/2333

Cynthia Sanborn, Professor at the Universidad del Pacífico, Lima, speaks about the policy implications that arise from her paper “Chinese Investment in Latin America: Lessons for South-South Cooperation and Sustainable Development”, which she presented at the launch event of International Development Policy’s special issue “Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Development – Lessons from Latin America”.
Patricia Vasquez, Independent Consultant and Research Associate, Center on Conflict, Development and Peacebuilding, The Graduate Institute, speaks about the policy implications that arise from her paper “Comparing Chinese Investment in the Oil Sector in Africa and Latin America”, which she presented at the launch event of International Development Policy’s special issue “Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Development – Lessons from Latin America’.
Gilles Carbonnier, editor-in-chief of International Development Policy and one of the guest editors of the special issue “Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Development – Lessons from Latin America” speaks about the major findings of the book and the implications for policy makers and practitioners.
Javier Herrera, one of the authors of International Development Policy’s special issue “Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Development – Lessons from Latin America”, explains the major findings of his article and implications for policy makers and practitioners.
Humberto Campodónico, one of the guest editors of International Development Policy’s special issue “Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Development – Lessons from Latin America”, speaks about some policy implications that arise from the book.


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DevPol Journal (2018, 9 août). Interviews | ‘Alternative Pathways to Sustainable Development’ – 5 speakers about the major findings of the book and the implications for policy makers and practitioners. Policy Debate. Consulté le 20 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/njx0

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