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  • Beyond economics: redefining development 

    Grimes, Seamus (De Gruyter Open, 1992)
    Since the short-lived interlude of impressive growth and prosperity in the 1970s, the dual scourges of involuntary emigration and high unemployment have returned to plague Irish society. Having increasingly become part ...
  • Biafra's legacy: NGO humanitarianism and the Nigerian civil war 

    O'Sullivan, Kevin (Overseas Development Institute, 2016-10)
    [No abstract available]
  • Growth, public policy and regional models in Ireland and Malaysia 

    Khoo, Su-ming (2007-11)
    What exactly constitutes 'good governance' in a highly globalized economy? Developmental state theory suggests that high-growth "tiger" economies have "developmental" features and capabilities that other states lack, ...
  • Humanitarianisms in context 

    O'Sullivan, Kevin; Hilton, Matthew; Fiori, Juliano (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2016-03-16)
    This introduction describes the rapidly expanding history of non-state humanitarianism in terms of three themes. First, it argues that we should think about humanitarianism less in terms of ruptures or breaks, and focus ...
  • The moral dimension of third world development 

    Grimes, Seamus (Irish Province of the Society of Jesus, 1997)
    The 1987 Encyclical of Pope John Paul II, Solicitudo Rei Socialis is a most remarkable statement on the problem of development, particularly in relation to the Third World. While following the tradition of the social ...
  • The search for justice: NGOs in Britain and Ireland and the New International Economic Order, 1968-82 

    O'Sullivan, Kevin (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015)
    The rapid expansion of the international humanitarian NGO community in the long 1970s brought with it much soul-searching on how NGOs could move beyond charity and towards genuine solidarity with the Third World. Drawing ...
  • Voice and meaning: the wisdom of family support veterans 

    Devaney, Carmel; Dolan, Pat (Wiley, 2014-12-10)
    Although a widely accepted term in child welfare discourses, thereremains a vagueness as to what Family Support as a named orientationin children and family services actually entails.This lack of clarityis, at times, used ...