Climate Change and Development Framings: A Comparative Analysis of the Human Development Report 2007/8 an the World Development Report 2010
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- Des Gasper, 2011. "Pioneering the Human Development Revolution: Analysing the Trajectory of Mahbub ul Haq," Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 12(3), pages 433-456.
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KeywordsUnited Nations Development Programme; World Bank; climate change; human rights; policy-frames; problem- and policy frames; problem-frames;
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