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essays

Someone asked me to put my essays online from when I was studying for a MA in Globalisation and International Development (2008-2009). Here they are!

Debt Relief
“External debt is still a major obstacle to development so that debt relief must be a priority.”

Globalisation and Industrial Policy
Is there still scope for developing countries to pursue active industrial policies in the new world environment?

Globalisation and Policy Space
How far has globalisation narrowed the ‘policy space’ available within the countries of Sub-Saharan Africa?

Industrialisation in South Africa
Industrialisation in South Africa: The impact of globalisation

Migration (Dissertation)
The hope of  migration: Is Albanian youth emigration impeding or promoting the country’s development?

Millenium Development Goals
Are the Millennium Development Goals a help or hindrance? With a specific focus on goal number two: achieving universal primary education.

Modernisation Theory
Are development theories of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s still relevant today? Discuss with reference to modernisation theory.

Private Military Firms
Regulating the inevitable: A pragmatic approach to the problems posed by Private Military Firms

Social Capital
Article Review: “The Social Capital of the World Bank” (Ben Fine) and “Collective Action, Common Property and Social Capital in South India: An Anthropological Commentary” (David Mosse)

Truth Commissions
What kind of contributions do you consider that truth commissions make to peace building in a post-conflict scenario?

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