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Introduction: Making Economic Growth Socially Sustainable?

Price, Susanna


�Growth first� approaches to development theory and practice have social consequences. These consequences may emerge in focal sites for project interventions that generate specific social costs that markets cannot necessarily resolve. Social practitioners in the development domain invoked sociological knowledge and approaches to show how project success often depends upon factors that are initially invisible, overlooked, unquantifiable. Despite contested terms of engagement in development...[Show more]

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Date published: 2015
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Making a difference? Social assessment policy and praxis and its emergence in China


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