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Development as Buen Vivir: Institutional arrangements and (de)colonial entanglements

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Catherine Walsh looks at how we can understand the emergence in the Andes Region and Ecuador of buen vivir, living well or collective well being, as the guiding principle for a new regimen of development. She asks if this really is a shift to new social and sustainable forms of development and what the experiment in the Andes suggests for today's rethinking of development institutions.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-03-01

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