History, Historians Development Policy. Can the Past guide the present?
A talk on international development
by Michael Woolcock
Harvard University and the World Bank
Wednesday April 24 @ 4:30 PM
Location: Dinwiddie 103-G Room
About the Speaker. Michael Woolcock is Lead Social Development Specialist at the World Bank and Lecturer in Public Policy at Harvard University. He cofounded the Justice for the Poor program at the World Bank and the Poverty Institute at the University of Manchester. An Australian national, he holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in sociology from Brown University.
**This event is organized by the Department of Political Science and the Payson Center for International Development.
Contesting Development. Assessing theimpact of community development and
Michael WoolcockHarvardUniversity- World Bank
Room 304 Weinmann Hall (LawSchool)Wednesday April, 24 @ 11:00 AM
With his recent co-authored book onIndonesia─that explores the impact of a highly successful participatory development program on social institutions─as background, Professor Woolcock will discuss some of the theoreticaland practical implications of assessing development projects at the grassroots. This book was recipient of the 2012 ASA Sociology of Development Award.
This seminar is aimed at graduate and advanced undergraduate students working on development issues or who expect to carry out related research. PLEASENOTICE THAT SPACE IS LIMITED SO RSVP IS REQUIRED.
** This event is sponsored by the Department of Political Science and thePaysonCenterfor International Development
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