Un renouveau de l'économie du développement ?
AbstractThis paper aims to show how the neo-classical current, which has yet absorbed development as one of its components, is trapped in a deep crisis, and how its domination can be understood in the theoretical field tightly linked to that of neo-liberalism on the policies of development.
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Development; neo-classical economics; neo-liberal policies; crisis; heterodoxies.;
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