Poverty Reduction Strategy in Bangladesh

Re-thinking Participation in Policy-Making

M Kamruzzaman

Research output: Book/ReportBook

4 Citations (Scopus)

Abstract

This book analyses government relationships with international ἀnancial institutions by evaluating the role of citizen participation when national poverty reduction policies are formulated in low-income countries. Based on in-depth research from Bangladesh, the concept of participation is investigated from the contrasting perspectives of theory and practice. The first part of the book explores the rhetoric of participation in development policies, while the second part presents empirical evidence of participation in the formulation of Bangladesh’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper where, at local level, development brokers play an important role. It argues that participatory policies are not enough, that an overhaul is needed in the approach to poverty reduction which will require strong political commitment. This topical book will make essential reading for academics, students and researchers in international development studies and poverty-related fields.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBristol
PublisherPolicy Press
ISBN (Electronic)9781447305705
ISBN (Print)9781447305699
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2014

Fingerprint

Bangladesh
poverty
participation
citizens' participation
political activity
development policy
rhetoric
low income
evidence
student

Cite this

Poverty Reduction Strategy in Bangladesh : Re-thinking Participation in Policy-Making. / Kamruzzaman, M.

Bristol : Policy Press, 2014.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

@book{deeabf47b7414b948175e335e443f3e1,
title = "Poverty Reduction Strategy in Bangladesh: Re-thinking Participation in Policy-Making",
abstract = "This book analyses government relationships with international ἀnancial institutions by evaluating the role of citizen participation when national poverty reduction policies are formulated in low-income countries. Based on in-depth research from Bangladesh, the concept of participation is investigated from the contrasting perspectives of theory and practice. The first part of the book explores the rhetoric of participation in development policies, while the second part presents empirical evidence of participation in the formulation of Bangladesh’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper where, at local level, development brokers play an important role. It argues that participatory policies are not enough, that an overhaul is needed in the approach to poverty reduction which will require strong political commitment. This topical book will make essential reading for academics, students and researchers in international development studies and poverty-related fields.",
author = "M Kamruzzaman",
year = "2014",
month = "1",
language = "English",
isbn = "9781447305699",
publisher = "Policy Press",
address = "UK United Kingdom",

}

TY - BOOK

T1 - Poverty Reduction Strategy in Bangladesh

T2 - Re-thinking Participation in Policy-Making

AU - Kamruzzaman, M

PY - 2014/1

Y1 - 2014/1

N2 - This book analyses government relationships with international ἀnancial institutions by evaluating the role of citizen participation when national poverty reduction policies are formulated in low-income countries. Based on in-depth research from Bangladesh, the concept of participation is investigated from the contrasting perspectives of theory and practice. The first part of the book explores the rhetoric of participation in development policies, while the second part presents empirical evidence of participation in the formulation of Bangladesh’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper where, at local level, development brokers play an important role. It argues that participatory policies are not enough, that an overhaul is needed in the approach to poverty reduction which will require strong political commitment. This topical book will make essential reading for academics, students and researchers in international development studies and poverty-related fields.

AB - This book analyses government relationships with international ἀnancial institutions by evaluating the role of citizen participation when national poverty reduction policies are formulated in low-income countries. Based on in-depth research from Bangladesh, the concept of participation is investigated from the contrasting perspectives of theory and practice. The first part of the book explores the rhetoric of participation in development policies, while the second part presents empirical evidence of participation in the formulation of Bangladesh’s Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper where, at local level, development brokers play an important role. It argues that participatory policies are not enough, that an overhaul is needed in the approach to poverty reduction which will require strong political commitment. This topical book will make essential reading for academics, students and researchers in international development studies and poverty-related fields.

UR - http://www.policypress.co.uk/display.asp?isb=9781447305699&lang=EN#sthash.TlTORkMP.dpuf

M3 - Book

SN - 9781447305699

BT - Poverty Reduction Strategy in Bangladesh

PB - Policy Press

CY - Bristol

ER -