The Harvard Institute for International Development and Its Antecedents by Edward Mason

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Author
Edward Mason
Publisher
University Press of America
Date of release
Pages
108
ISBN
9780819155535
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Paperback
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Recounts the early years of Harvard's involvement with overseas projects and training in developing countries. From the modest beginnings of work with Pakistan and Iran, the author's initiative has evolved into the present-day Institute which manages some seventeen projects in seven countries. This volume contains a unique, personal and comprehensive account of Harvard's role in international development. Co-published with the Harvard Institute for International Development.


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