In the Name of Development: A Reflection on Nepal

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University Press of America, 1997 - Business & Economics - 231 pages
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This book focuses on how development victimizes people from different walks of life. Unlike many other books on third world development, this book serves as a voice to the voiceless, the silent victims of development. It highlights real life stories rather than lifeless data as indices of development.
 

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Contents

NEPAL AT A GLANCE
1
LITTLE AMERICA IN THE HEART OF NEPAL
11
DEVELOPMENT ODYSSEY OF A COLONIZED MIND
37
I AM A DEVELOPMENT VICTIM SIR
75
PROSTITUTION AN UNFINISHED STORY
103
POT GOES POP ON KATHMANDUS FREAK STREET
151
WHERE HAS ALL THE FURY GONE?
181
REFERENCES
221
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Nanda R. Shrestha is Associate Professor in the School of Business and Industry at Florida A & M University in Tallahasee, Florida.

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