SUMMARY

INES-DEV papers at study groups members disposal for discussion


STUDY GROUP 1: social and economic practices

BEDOUI Abdeljelil (version française)
L'ajustement structurel et ses effets sur l'économie tunisienne

BENHAMOUDA Hakim (version française)
Tiers-Monde: l'absent/présent des mouvements sociaux en France

BULA Jorge (english version)
Capital Accumulation and Unemployment in Latin America: a Historical Review of Unequal Development

OLLIVIER Marc (version française)
Economie, Finance et développement inégal
OLLIVIER Marc (english version)
Economic and Financial Practices as regard unequal development

AMIN Samir (english version)
Economic, social and political distortions in the modern world

STUDY GROUP 2: environment and human settlements

AWORI Achoka (english version)
An African perspective on Environment and Development

ISIOLO CAUCUS (english version)
ISIOLO Declaration: Africa's perspective on Environment and Development

LAZAREV Grigori (english version)
Desertification and Participatory Local Development

OLLIVIER Marc (english version)
Can Global Capitalism be regulated according to environmental constraints?

STUDY GROUP 3: sciences, technologies and development

BARRERE Martine (english version)
Scientific capacity building and strengthening of autonomous R-D resources

CETTO Ana Maria (english version)
Science and development. A Latin American perspective.

LAMPINEN Ari (english version)
Reduction of tropical deforestation by massive use of solar cookers

OLLIVIER Marc(version française)
Quelles sciences et quelles technologies ...pour quelles sociétés ?

STUDY GROUP 4: military and political factors

OLLIVIER Marc (version française)
Mondialisation et mouvements sociaux
SERFATY Abraham (version française)
Peut on dire que les violations des Droits de l'Homme et les comportements des régimes de dictature et d'oppression en général constituent un frein ou un obstacle au développement économique et social? Comment se manifestent concrètement ces obstacles?
SERFATY Abraham (english version)
Can it be said that Human Rights violations, the behaviour of dictatorships and oppression in general constitute an obstacle to economic and social development? How, in concrete terms, do these obstacles become manifest?

KURVEY Balkrishna(english version)
Human Rights, prerequisites for development and democracy

Syndicats du BURUNDI (version française)
Qui organise la terreur au Burundi ?


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