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State and Development

Published in October 2001

Coordinated by ...

- Delphine Astier

She is Student in Economy of the Development. She is Co-Coordinator of a group of students in "DESS" aiming to reanimate the workshop State and Development. She studies in Grenoble, France, the "DESS" "Management and Animation of the Development". She is interested by fair trade. She organized tastings of Max Havelaar coffee on the campus and participated in the activities of the NGO Artisans du Monde in Grenoble.


- Djeneba Ouadeba



- Melanie Sevin


- Monzon Traore


- Pierre Judet

Economist. Specialist of industrial development issues.
Sojourns in Tunisia, Senegal, Algeria and Thailand between 1957 and 1968. From 1968 to 1994, researcher and professor at the University of Social Sciences (Pierre Mendes-France) in Grenoble. Ex-director of the DES (graduate degree) "Economy and development", ex-director of the IREPD (Institute of Research in Economy - Production - Development). Numerous missions in North Africa (Tunisia), sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, East and South-East Asia (Korea, China) in the field of planning and industrial development for various international organizations, UNIDO, UNESCO, UNDP, ILO, OECD, and several governments. Director of numerous theses of French and foreign students.
Publication of numerous articles as well as several books ("Les Nouveaux Pays Industriels" - the newly industrialized countries, "Transfert de technologie et développement" - technology transfer and development...).
Currently Professor Emeritus, interested in the evolution of the state’s role in development within the context of globalization.


Topics Included

Africa . Asia . Americas . civil society . Europe . governance . market regulation . responsibility . state . sustainable development . world

Workgroup Papers

Go ! Conceiving Tomorrow’s City: What City Dwellers Say
Go ! Family Farmers Facing the Challenges of the Twenty-first Century
Go ! From the Conversion of the Arm Industries to the Search for Security
Go ! Land Policies and Land Reform
Go ! Law and Global Governance
Go ! Local Authorities or Local Facilitation
Go ! Principles of Governance for the Twenty-first Century
Go ! Redefining Global Governance to Meet the Challenges of the Twenty-first Century
Go ! Social Leaders in the Twenty-first Century: Challenges and Proposals
Go ! State and Development
Go ! The Military and Peace Building
Go ! The Territory, a Place of Relations: Toward a Community of Linkage and Sharing
Go ! The Troubled Waters of Traditional Fishing
Go ! Urban Violence

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