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He published United Nations Development Aid: A Study in History and Politics in 2008 (Academic Foundation, New Delhi). Digambar Bhouraskar should be congratulated - and thanked - for providing a highly informative and insightful perspective on UNDP, the largest and easily the most complex of the UN's voluntary funds. His book analyses the political economy of an organisation which sits upon many of the fault lines of the UN's development system, as well as of the international communoity more generally.
United Nations Development Aid: A Study in History and Politics, Digambar Bhouraskar, Academic Foundation, New Delhi, 2007, Rs. 695. Although each of the case studies is less than 15 pages in length, they still provide enough context by describing the source of the conflict. Although each of the case studies is less than 15 pages in length, they still provide enough context by describing the source of the conflict and its often horrific socioeconomic impact. As a result, the challenges faced by the providers of technical assistance as they start to restore monetary and financial systems at first appear insurmountable.
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91091724 22. Personal Name: Bhouraskar, Digambar. Publication, Distribution, et. New Delhi Includes index. Corporate Name: United Nations Development Programme. Rubrics: Technical assistance Developing countries Economic assistance. Author: Pandey, R. G. (Rameshwarprasad Ganeshprasad), 1933- Publication & Distribution: New Delhi. Oriental Publishers & Distributors, (c)1980. Author: Madhava Rao Sindhia,, Raja of Gwalior, d. 1794. A historical geography of Europe .
Free 2-day shipping The UNDP’s stellar achievements have been overshadowed by political and other activities at the United Nations, but .
The UNDP’s stellar achievements have been overshadowed by political and other activities at the United Nations, but this book provides the first authentic and comprehensive history of the UNDP based solely on primary official documents.
15 Summary records cited in Bhouraskar, Digambar, United Nations development aid: a study in history and politics, New Delhi: Academic Foundation, 2007, p. 26. 16 Economic and Social Council, Official Records (henceforth ESCOR), second session, seventh meeting, . . 16 Economic and Social Council, Official Records (henceforth ESCOR), second session, seventh meeting, 4 June 1946; resolution 200, in Yearbook of the United Nations (henceforth YUN), 1948–9, p. 437. 17 Lie, Trygve, In the cause of peace: seven years with the United Nations, New York: Macmillan, 1954, p. 146. 18 LAC, Hugh L. Keenleyside papers (henceforth HLKP), MG31 E102/8/1, Report of the UN mission to Bolivia, 1951.
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