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Dar, Cooke- The New Development Management- Critiquing the Dual Modernization

Dar, Cooke- The New Development Management- Critiquing the Dual Modernization

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Published by: aquarianflower on Sep 28, 2010
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About the Editors
Sadhvi Dar
is Lecturer in Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Ethics atQueen Mary, University of London. She holds a degree in Psychology andreceived her PhD in Management Studies from the University of Cambridge. Shehas worked in the development sector in India and the UK and is involved in anumber of development projects in London. Her work covers development andmanagement, social theory, politics of identity in the workplace, and discourseanalysis.
 Bill Cooke
is Professor of Management and Society at Lancaster UniversityManagement School.Previously he worked at the Institute for DevelopmentPolicy and Management, Manchester School of Management, and Manchester Business School, all within what is now the University of Manchester, and atTeesside University. He is co-editor, with Uma Kothari, of 
Participation: The New Tyranny?
(Zed, 2001). His other work covers slavery and management, manageri-alism and the Cold War, and the spread of soft managerialism. He came toacademia late in life; he had previously worked as a management consultant and apizza chef.

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