Civil Society and Local Development
ANNAN, Kofi. The Quiet Revolution. Global Governance, 4 (2), p. 123-38, 1998.
ATAL, Yogesh & YEN, Else (eds.). Poverty and Participation in Civil Society. Proceedings of A UNESCO/CROP Round Table, World Summit for Social Development. Copenhagen: Denmark, March, 1995.
ATRIA, R.; SILES, M.; Arriagada, M.; ROBISON, L. & WHITEFORD, S. (eds.). Social capital and poverty reduction in Latin America and the Caribbean: towards a new paradigm. Santiago: ECLAC, 2004.
BEBBINGTON, A., et al. The search for empowerment: social capital as Idea and practice at the World Bank. Kumarian Press, 2006. BLAIR, H. Assessing Democratic Decentralization. A CDIE Concept Paper. Washington DC: USAID, 1995. CAROTHERS, T. Aiding democracy abroad. Washington DC: Carnegie Endowment for International peace, 1999.
CARROLL, T. Intermediary NGOs. The supporting link in grassroots development. Kumarian Press, 1992.
CHAMBERS, R. Whose reality counts? London: IT Publications, 1997.
CHHOTRAY, V. The Negation of Politics in Participatory Development Projects, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh. Development and Change, 36 (2), 2004.
COURT, J.; HYDEN, G. & MEESE, K. Governance Performance: the Aggregate Picture. World Survey Discussion Paper. Tokyo: UNU, 2002.
DAVIS, M. The Political Economy of late-Imperial America. New Left Review. 143, Jan.-Feb., 1984.
DOMINGUEZ, J. & LOWENTHAL, A. (eds.). Constructing Democratic Governance. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1996.
EDWARDS, M. (u.d.). Enthusiasts, tacticians and sceptics: the World Bank, civil Society and social capital. World Bank Social Capital website, 1984.
ESCOBAR, A. & ALVAREZ, S. (eds.). The Making of social movements in Latin America: identity, strategy, and democracy. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1992.
FINE, Ben. Social Capital versus Social Theory: Political Economy and Social Science at the Turn of the Millennium. London and New York: Routledge, 2001.
FOLEY, M. W. & EDWARDS, B. Is it time to Disinvest in Social Capital?. Journal of Public Policy, 19 (2), p. 141-73, 1999.
FOX, J. How does Civil Society Thicken? The political construction of social capital in rural México. World Development, 24 (6), 1996.
GROOTAERT, C. Social Capital: The Missing Link? Social Capital Initiative Working Paper, n. 3. Washington DC: The World Bank Social Development Family Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development Network, 1998.
HARRISS, J. Depoliticising Development. The World Bank and Social Capital. New Delhi: Left Word Books, 2001.
HAYDEN, Robert. Dictatorships of Virtue. Harvard International Review, Summer, 2002.
HOLLOWAY, John. Change the world without taking power: The meaning of revolution today. London: Pluto Press, 2002.
HOOGHE, Marc & STOLLE, Ditelin (eds.). Generating Social Capital: civil society and institutions in comparative perspective. NY: Palgrave, 2003.
HYDEN, G.; COURT, J. and MEESE, K. (2-3). Making Sense of Governance: the Need for involving Local Stakeholders. Development Dialogue. London: IDI.
JOSEPH, J. Democracy’s social capital: civil society in a new era. Pretoria, South África. Available at: . Access at: 15 Jan. 1998.
KAMAT, S. NGOs and the New Democracy: The False Saviours of International Development. Harvard International Review. Spring, 2003.
LEVITT, K. Development in Question. Keynote Address. Canadian Association for International Development Studies, Toronto, May 31, 2001.
MITLIN, D. The NGO Sector and its Role in Strengthening Civil Society and Securing Good Governance. In: Armanda Bernard, Henry Helmich and Percy, 1998. LEHNING (eds.). Civil Society and International Development. Paris: OECD Development Centre.
MORTON, A. La Resurrección del Maíz: Some Aspects of Globalisation, Resistance and the Zapatista Question. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Convention of the International Studies Association. Chicago, February 20-24, 2001.
NARAYAN, Deepa. Empowerment and Poverty Reduction: A Sourcebook. World Bank, Washington DC, 2002.
NASH, R., A. Hydson & C. Luttrell. Mapping Political Context: A Toolkit for Civil Society Organisations. London: ODI, 2006.
OTTAWAY, M. Democracy Challenged: The Rise of Semi-Authoritarianism. Washington DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2003.
PATOMÄKI, H. & T. Teivainen. A Possible World. Democratic Transformation of Global Institutions. London: Zed Books, 2004.
PILGER, J. The New Rulers of the World. London: Verso, 2003.
PORTES, A. Social Capital: its Origins and Applications in Modern Sociology. Annual Review of Sociology, 24, p. 1-24, 1998.
PUTNAM, R. D. Making Democracy Work. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1993.
RAO, V. Community Driven Development: A Brief Review of the Research. World Bank, Washington DC for Environment and Development, 2002. RICE, J. & PRINCE, M. Civil Society and Community Capacity: Links Between Social Policy and Social Capital, 2000, p. 207-231. In: Changing Politics of Canadian Social Policy. Toronto: University of Toronto Press Inc.
RONDINELLI, D.; MCCULLOUGH, J. & JOHNSON, W. Analyzing Decentralization Policies in Developing Countries: A Political Economy Framework. Development and Change, 20 (1), p. 57-87, 1989.
SOLOW, R. Notes on Social Capital and Economic Performance. In: Partha Dasgupta and Ismail Serageldin (eds.). Social Capital: A Multi-Faceted Perspective. Washington DC: World Bank, 2000.
SCHULLER, T. et al. eds. Social Capital: Critical Perspectives. Oxford University Press, 2000. UNDP. Good Governance and Sustainable Human Development. Governance Policy Paper, 1996. Disponível em: . UNDP. The Shrinking State: Governance and Sustainable Human Development. Policy Document. New York: UNDP, 1997f.
UNDP. The UNDP Role in Decentralisation and Local Governance. UNDP Evaluation Office, February, 2000.
UPHOF, N. Social Capital and Poverty Reduction, 1994 p. 105-132. in: R. et al. Atria, (Eds). Social Capital and Poverty Reduction in Latin America and the Caribbean: Towards a New Paradigm. Santiago: ECLAC, 2004.
WALLACE, T. NGO Dilemmas: Trojan Horses for Global Neoliberalism? Socialist Register 2004. London: Merlin Press, 2003.
WOOLCOCK M. & D. Narayan, Social Capital: Implications for Development Theory, Research and Policy,” The World Bank Research Observer, 15 (2), August, 2000.
WORLD BANK. Governance and Development. Washington, DC: World Bank, 1992.
WORLD BANK. Governance. The World Bank Experience. Washington DC: World Bank, 1994.
WORLD BANK. World Development Report 2000/2001: Attacking Poverty. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.
WORLD BANK. Partnerships in Development: Progress in the Fight Against Poverty. Washington DC: World Bank, 2004.