ADMP Monograph Series
Monograph Series (1993-2000)
Editors: Radha Sinha (1992-1997) and Yoshitaka Okada (1998-2000)
Clark, Norman G.
Industrialisation and Sustainable Development. 1993.
Project Revisited. 1993.
A Sixteenth Century Demographic Transition: Suggestions for the Present. 1993.
The Role of Direct Private Foreign Investment in Developing Countries. 1994.
Structural Adjustment: Debt Collection Device or Development Policy? 1994.
Resolving the State-Market Dilemma in East Asia. 1994.
Economic Reform in Developing Countries: Some Conceptual Issues. 1994.
Economic Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa: Background to Africa's Current Economic, Social and Political Situation. 1994.
Economic Reforms and Chinese Rural Industry. 1994.
Religion and the Poor: Liberation Theology and Developmental Activism. 1995.
Little, Angela.Education, Learning, Aid and Development. 1995.
Values and Human Development. 1995.
Aid Conditionality. 1995.
Improvement of Health Care for Mother and Child. 1995.
NGOs, Poverty and Relief. 1995.
Women's Employment Situation and its Main Problems in Japan. 1995.
"Institutions for Human Development"−Students' Papers. 1995.(This special issue contains the three best papers and the summary of the other papers submitted by the graduate students who attended the ADMP Program 1994-95.)
Environmental Problems, Multinational Enterprises, and Institutional Failures. 1996.
Gupta, Satyendra P.
Management of Natural Disasters at the National Level. 1996.
Linking Relief and Development. 1996.
Shaw, D. John.
The World Food Programme and Emergency Relief. 1996.
Political Morality in Yugoslavia. 1996.
An Account of Coordination Mechanisms for Humanitarian Assistance during the International Response to the 1994 Crisis in Rwanda. 1996.
"Disaster Management: Interfacing Emergency Relief with Development"−Students' Papers. (This special issue contains the four best papers and the summary of the other papers submitted by the graduate students who attended the ADMP Program 1995-96.)
"TRIMs" and "TRIPs" in the Context of the WTO System. 1997.
Globalization, Integration and Interdependence. 1997.
Long-Term Private Capital Movements and Foreign Direct Investment−with particular reference to the Asia-Pacific region−. 1997.
Transnational Corporation and Integrated International Production: Taiwanese Corporations' Strategies in Globalisation and Regionalisation. 1997.
"Rethinking Resource Transfers in a World of Growing Interdependence"−Students' Papers. 1997 (This special issue contains the three best papers and the summary of the other papers submitted by the graduate students who attended the ADMP Program 1996-97.)
Globalization and the State, Political Development and Regionalism. 1998.
Salleh, Muhammad Syukri.
Globalisation, Development and Islam. 1998.
Nickum, James E.
Environmental Governance in a Global Era. 1998.
Market-Friendly Public-Sector Management and Poverty in Developing Countries. 1998.
"Globalization and Development: Search for Boundaries between Market and Other Institutions for Effective Development"−Students' Papers. 1998. (This special issue contains the four best papers and the summary of the other papers submitted by the graduate students who attended the ADMP Program 1997-1998)
NGOs: Facets of an Unexpected Presence in International Organization. 1999.
Ligteringen, Ernst, and Deborah Eade.
Civil Society and Development: Issues for NGOs. 1999.
Rural Development, NGOs and Development Partnerships: Assessing Options, Accountability, Evaluation and Sustainability. 1999.
Trading Our Lives Away: An Ecological and Gender Analysis of 'Free Trade' and the WTO. 1999.
Building Global Governance Partnerships among Governments, Inter-Governmental Organizations and NGOs. 1999.
"Search for the Role of Civil Society. Development Partnerships between NGOs, Public Organizations, and Corporations" −Students' Papers. 1999.(This special issue contains the one best paper and the summary of the other papers submitted by the graduate students who attended the ADMP Program 1998-1999)
Aryeetey, Ernest, and Machiko Nissanke.
Institutional Analysis of Financial Market Fragmentation in Sub-Saharan Africa− Risk-Cost Configuration Approach−. 2000.
Democratization and Market Reforms in Africa. 2000.
Poverty and Inequality in Sub-Saharan Africa. 2000.
Aid in Africa: Observations by an Aid Administrator. 2000.
Taking and Giving Knowledge: The Reality of Development Practice in Sub-Saharan Africa. 2000.
Challenges for African Development in the 21st Century — Inaugural Speech for the Eighth ADMP, given on November 8th, 1999.
These monographs were used as study text for the Advanced Management Development Program (ADMP) sponsored by the Foundation for Advanced Studies on International Development (FASID) and Sophia University Institute of Comparative Culture. The Foundation has generously supported their publication.
Copyright in Japan 2000 by Sophia University, Institute of Comparative Culture
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