Education, Learning, Training - Critical Issues for Development

Education: Basic human right or policy instrument in support of economic growth? Are MOOCs and Chinese cooperation game changers for higher education in Africa? How does commodity dependence influence education policy and practice? Such questions lie at the heart of the 5th issue of International Development Policy edited by Gilles Carbonnier, Michel Carton, and Kenneth King. Reviewing 50 years of policy debates surrounding education and development, it focuses on learning and training in the post-2015 context.

Published by Brill-Nijhoff and the Graduate Institute.

Order your copy on the Brill-Nijhoff website and read it on the International Development Policy website