The Progressive Corner will be releasing weekly material related to a particular topic within the Social Sciences.
This weeks Progressive Series features readings discussing the Politics of International Development , from Samir Amin, Yusuf Bangura , Lovemore Chipungu and Hope Magidimisha. All three readings touch on various aspects of the developmental paradigm descriptive and normative implications for post-colonial societies trying to engage with societal restructuring.
We hope you find the below recommendations useful
Bangura, Y., 2006. Ethnic inequalities in the public sector: A comparative analysis. Development and Change, 37(2)
Chipungu, L. and H. Magidimisha. 2015. Governance for Development in Africa: Solving Collective Action Problems. African Affairs
Amin, S. 1976. Unequal Development: An Essay on the Social Formations of Peripheral Capitalism. New York : Monthly Review Press