Resilient Development in Central America? Rethinking Progress

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Faculty/Staff
Date created: 
2011-10-26
Keywords: 
International development
Resilient development
Uneven and combined development
UCD
Central America
Abstract: 

The author sets out to construct a historical approach to thinking about resilience that is grounded in a critical approach to "the international" as well as an alternative notion of progress. Specifically, it is posited that resilience is the outcome of developments that emerge through a process of uneven and combined development.

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This paper will be presented on November 3, 2011 at SFU Vancouver as part of the Latin American Studies Working Paper series.

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English
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Central America
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