Introduction to International Development is a collection of contributed chapters comprised of original essays by leading experts from a variety of disciplines. With ten new chapters and a new part on the practice of international development, this fully revised edition continues to give students a foundational overview to the field as well as in-depth coverage of issues at the heart of today's most pressing international debates.
Resources for Introduction to International Development 3e
Instructor's Manual (revised by Lauren Sneyd, St Francis Xavier University) Each chapter includes a chapter summary, learning objectives, key concepts, discussion and debate ideas, annotated film and news clips, and teaching aids.
Test Generator (revised by Martin Gaal, University of Saskatchewan)—Also available in Microsoft Word format Each chapter includes 25 multiple choice questions, 25 true or fa...