Boozer, M., Ranis, G., Stewart, F., Suri, T. (2003) ‘Paths to Success: The Relationship Between Human Development and Economic Growth’, New Haven, Conn.: Economic Growth Center, Yale University.
Deneulin, Séverine (2008), Development Ideas, in Human Development textbook.
*** Ranis, G.; Stewart, F. & Ramirez, A. (2000). ‘Economic Growth and Human Development, World Development 28(2), pp197-219.
Ranis, Gustav and Stewart, Francis (2002), ‘Economic growth and human development in Latin America’, ECLAC, http://www.eclac.org/publicaciones/xml/2/19952/lcg2187iRanis.pdf
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Stewart, Frances (1995) ‘Basic Needs, Capabilities and Human Development’. Greek Economic Review, 17(2).
Stewart, Frances (2005) 'The evolution of economic ideas: from Import Substitution to Human Development' in V. Fitzgerald and R. Thorp (eds) ‘Economic Doctrines in Latin America’, Palgrave 2005, pp48-71.
The Capability Approach and the Conceptual Foundations of Human Development: What does HD add to MDGs, Human Rights and Security?
Alkire, Sabina (2002). ‘Dimensions of Human Development’ World Development 30 (2), 181-205.
Commission on Growth and Development (2008) ‘The Growth Report: Strategies for Sustained Growth and Inclusive Development’ - Introduction. www.growthcommission.org
Drèze, Jean and Sen, Amartya (2002), ‘Economic Development and Social Opportunity’, Chapter 2, India: Development and Participation. Oxford University Press.
Sen, Amartya (1989), ‘Development as Capability Expansion’, Journal of Development Planning 19: 41–58.
Sen, Amartya (1999), ‘Development as Freedom’, Oxford: Oxford University Press, Chapter 1.
*** Sen, Amartya (2005), ‘Human Rights and Capabilities’, Journal of Human Development, 6(2).
Sen, Amartya (2006), ‘Normative evaluation and Legal Analogues’, in John N. and Drobak (eds) ‘Norms and the Law’, Cambridge University Press.
Sen, Amartya (2007) ‘Children and Human Rights’, Indian Journal of Human Rights.
Inequality, poverty and inclusive growth
Anand, Sudhir and Segal, Paul (2008). “What do We Know About Global Economic Inequality?” Journal of Economic Literature 46(1), 57-94.
*** Grusky, David and Kanbur, Ravi (eds) (2006). Introduction: The Conceptual Foundations of Poverty and Inequality Measures. Chapter 1, Poverty and Inequality. Stanford University Press.
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Watkins, Kevin ‘The Millennium Development Goals: three proposals for renewing the vision and reshaping the future’.
Democracy and power
Deneulin, Séverine Chapter 8: Democracy and Public Action, Human Development textbook.
Drèze, Jean and Sen, Amartya (2002). ‘The Practice of Democracy’. India: Development and Participation, Oxford University Press, Chapter 10.*** Nussbaum, Martha C.(2006)'Education and Democratic Citizenship: Capabilities and Quality Education', Journal of Human Development,7:3,385 — 395.
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Hunger, Employment and Public Action
*** Alkire, Sabina (2006), ‘Structural Injustice and Democratic Practice: The Trajectory in Sen’s Writings’, in S. Deneulin, M. Nebel and N. Sagovsky (eds), Transforming Unjust Structures, Dordrecht: Springer.
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Drèze, Jean (2008), 'India's Employment Guarantee Act: Reclaiming Policy Space'.
Milanovic, Branko (2006). Economic Integration and Income Convergence: Not Such a Strong Link? The Review of Economics and Statistics 88(4), 659-670.
Sen, Amartya (2008), ‘Unity and Discord in Social development’, Chine Journal of Social Work.
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Measuring Human Development: HD indices, national and international challenges
Foster, James E., Lopez-Calva, Luis F. and Szekely, Miguel (2005) “Measuring the Distribution of Human Development: methodology and an application to Mexico”, Journal of Human Development, 6(1), 5 -25.
Desai, Meghnad (2003) ‘Measuring Political freedom’ in Reading in Human Development. New Delhi. Oxford University Press. Pp. 164-185.
Jolly, Richard (2003) ‘Human Development a neo-liberalism: paradigms compared’ Readings in Human Development. New Delhi. Oxford University Press. Pp. 82 - 92.
Human Development Report Office (2007), Measuring Human Development: A Primer, available at http://hdr.undp.org/en/nhdr/support/primer/*** Ul Haq, Mahbub (1995), ‘The Birth of the Human Development Index’. In Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and A.K. Shiva Kumar (eds) (2003), Readings in Human Development, Oxford University Press.
Ul Haq, Mahbub (2003), ‘The Human Development Paradigm’, in Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and A.K. Shiva Kumar (eds), Readings in Human Development, Oxford University Press, pp. 17-34.
UNDP (2001) ‘Integrating SHD into project design. A good practice handbook. The Environmentally Sustainable Development Group. New York.
New Measures of Human Development
*** Alkire, Sabina and Emma Samman (2007), ‘The Missing Dimensions of Poverty Data: Introduction to the Special Issue’, Oxford Development Studies, 35(4): 347-359.
Alkire, Sabina and James Foster (2008, Counting and Multidimensional Poverty’, OPHI Working Paper 7, http://www.ophi.org.uk/pubs/OPHI_WP7.pdf
Anand, Sudhir and Amartya Sen (1993), ‘Human Development Index: Methodology and Measurement’. In Sakiko Fukuda-Parr and A.K. Shiva Kumar (eds) (2003), Readings in Human Development, Oxford University Press.
Laderchi Ruggeri, Caterina, Ruhi Saith and Frances Stewart (2003), ‘Does it matter that we do not agree on the definition of poverty?’, Oxford Development Studies, 31(3): 243-74.
McGillivray, Mark (2005), ‘Measuring non-economic wellbeing achievement’, Review of Income and Wealth, 51, pp. 337-64.
Ranis, Gustav and Frances Stewart and Emma Samman (2006), ‘Human Development: Beyond the Human Development Index’, Journal of Human Development, 7(3), pp. 323-58.
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Using the HD &C Approach: The how of applied development programming and practice
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The measure of America, American Human Development Report (2008).
UNDP Human Development Report Toolkit http://hdr.undp.org/en/reports/publications/title,1281,en.html
Regional, National and Sub-National Human Development Reports
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NHDR Impact Publication http://hdr.undp.org/en/nhdr/monitoring/impacts/
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Mozammel, Masud and Odugbemi, Sina. With the Support of Multitudes: Using strategic communication to fight poverty through PRSPs.
World Bank (2008) ‘Development Communication Sourcebook: Broadening the boundaries of communication’.
Governance and Civil Society
Price, Richard (2003), 'Transnational Civil Society and Advocacy in World Politics', World Politics 55(4): 579-606.
*** Scholte, Jan Aart (2002). ‘Civil Society and Democracy in Global Governance’. Global Governance 8: 281-304.
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Unsworth, Sue "Focusing Aid on Good Governance: Can it Work?", published in Jennifer Welsh and Ngaire Woods (eds), Exporting Good Governance: Temptations and Challenges in Canada's Aid Program Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2007).
Woods, Ngaire "Multilateralism and Building Stronger Institutions" published in Alnoor Ebrahim and Edward Weisband (eds), /Global Accountabilities: Participation, Pluralism, and Public Ethics/Cambridge University Press, 2007).
Conflict, Human Security and Human Development
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Stewart, Frances (2000). ‘Crisis prevention: tackling horizontal inequalities’ Oxford Development Studies, 28,3, pp 245-262.
Stewart, Frances (2003) 'Conflict and the millennium development goals', Journal of Human Development, 4, 3, 325-352.
*** Stewart, Frances (2004) 'Development and Security' in Conflict, Security and Development, 4 (3), 261-288.
International Trade, Finance and Human Development
UNDP (2005). Human Development Report 2005, Chapter Five.
Education and Human Development
Aikman, Sheila and Unterhalter, Elaine (2005), Beyond Access: Transforming Policy and Practice for Gender Equality in Education http://publications.oxfam.org.uk/oxfam/display.asp?isbn=0855985291
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Goetz, A-M and J Sandler (2007). SWApping Gender: From Cross-Cutting Obscurity to Sectoral Security? Feminisms in Development: Contradictions, Contestations and Challenges. Edited by A Cornwall, E Harrison and A Whitehead. London, Zed.
Jaquette, J and K Staudt (2006). Women, Gender and Development. Women and Gender Equity in Development Theory and Practice: Institutions, Resources and Mobilisation. Edited by J Jaquette and G Summerfield. Duke, Duke University Press.
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Nussbaum, Martha (2000), Women and Human Development: The Capabilities Approach. Cambridge University Press. Chapters 1 and 2.
*** Gender and the Capability Approach, special issue of Feminist Economics, 2003, July. Reprinted in 'Capabilities, Freedom, and Equality' by Bina Agarwal, Jane Humphries, Ingrid Robeyns (eds), Oxford University Press (New Delhi, 2005). European distribution by Routledge (introduction).
Health and Human Development
Coast, J.,_Smith, R., and Lorgelly, P., (2008) Editorial Should The Capability Approach be Applied in Health Economics? Health Econ. 17: 667–670 (2008).
Sen, Amartya (1999) ‘Health in development’ Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 77 (8).
Strauss, J. & Thomas, D. (1998). Health, Nutrition and Economic Development. Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 36(2).
Vulnerability and poverty
Dercon, Stefan (2005)"Vulnerability: A Micro Perspective”, 2006 in Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics (ABCDE)--Europe 2006 . Ed. by François Bourguignon, Boris Pleskovic, and Jacques van der Gaag. Washington, DC: World Bank.
Environment and Human Development
Duraiappah, Anantha K. (2004) + the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). ‘Exploring the Links. Human Well-Being, Poverty, and Ecosystem Services’ www.unep.org/poverty_environment/PDF_docs/economics_exploring_the_links.pdf.
Fiscal policy and HD
Anand, Sudhir, and Amartya K. Sen (2000). ‘Human Development and Economic Sustainability’. World Development 28 (12): 2029-49.
*** Rathin, R and J. Weeks, ‘Making Fiscal Policy Work for the Poor’, Bureau of Development Policy, UNDP http://www.g24.org/roy0904.pdf
UNDP (2007), Human Development Report on Climate Change.