Gilberto Antonelli, Sandro Montresor

International Co-operation and Local Development

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This paper deals with some of the implications that the advent of the "globalisation-era" has had on the relationships between co-operation (especially international) and development (especially local) and, throughout the same nexus, between development, innovation and structural change at different levels of analysis, i.e. national, international and local. Some of the "problem-posing" and "problem-solving" approaches that are most necessary in a globalised world of "co-operated development" are put forward. The core factors of an increasingly complex setting are identified, and some methodological approaches and analytical tools we maintain particularly suitable in disentangling them are suggested.

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