Issue no.1991:1-2 (32) of Development Dialogue explores the role of multilateral institutions, governments, business, and civil society in re-structuring the UN Secretariat.
Issue no.1990:1-2 (31), published jointly with the Ford Foundation, highlights the importance of good NGO leadership in tackling new international challenges.
This study, intended as companion to Development Dialogue issue no.1990:1-2, deals with the FAO and various ways its leaders have been chosen.
This is a French translation issue no. 1990:1-2: “A World in Need of Leadership: Tomorrow’s United Nations”.
This is a Spanish translation issue no. 1990:1-2: “A World in Need of Leadership: Tomorrow’s United Nations”.
Issue no.1989:2 (30) of Development Dialogue discusses the need for a new international information order to meed demands for the democratisation of communications.
Issue no.1989:1 (29) of Development Dialogue concentrates the sectoral aspects of the alternative development strategies advocated in this seminal document.
Issue no.1988:1-2 (28) of Development Dialogue challenges convention by presenting the negative socio-economic implications of new biotechniques.
‘Nations emerging from long foreign rule generally lack an independent administrative tradition and a social structure within which it is easy to build a class of national administrators… It is true that in some of the countries concerned, the former administering authority has bequeathed a valuable legacy in the form of an efficient administrative apparatus […]
Issue no.1987:2 (27) of Development Dialogue attempts to throw light on the issues of increasing maldevelopment and institutional imbalance facing African nations today.