Capacity Building in Developing and Emerging Countries [electronic resource] : From Mindset Transformation to Promoting Entrepreneurship and Diaspora Involvement / edited by Elie Chrysostome.

Contributor(s): Chrysostome, Elie [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextSeries: Contributions to Management Science: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019Edition: 1st ed. 2019Description: XVIII, 307 p. 23 illus. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783030167400Subject(s): Globalization | Markets | Development economics | Entrepreneurship | Emerging Markets/Globalization | Development Economics | Entrepreneurship | Humanities and Social Sciences, multidisciplinaryAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No title; Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 381 LOC classification: HF5469.7-5481HF1365Online resources: Texto completo
Contents:
Towards New Perspectives of Capacity Building in Developing and Emerging Countries: An Overview -- Capacity Building for Economic Transformation: Closing the Gap -- Capacity Building in Africa: Towards an Imperative Mindset Transformation -- Under What Circumstances Does Capacity Building Work? -- Capacity Building for Africa's Transformation: Review of Priorities and Research Needs -- Capacity Building in Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development in Emerging and Developing Countries: Promoting Grassroots Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development in the Horn of Africa -- Female Entrepreneurship and Capacity Building in Developing Countries: Case of Madagascar -- Capacity Building in Export SME's in Emerging and Developing Countries: From Challenges to Expertise Development in the Mangos Industry in Burkina Faso -- Capacity Building and Diaspora Remittances in Developing and Emerging Countries: Transnational Diaspora Remittances and Capacity Building in Developing and Transition Countries: A Contextual Analysis in Caribbean Islands and Central Asia -- Remittances and Capacity Building Issues in Nepal -- Capacity Building and Revamping the Business Environment in Development and Emerging Countries: From Fiscal Initiatives to Anti-corruptio Strategies -- Resource-based Fiscal Capacity Building in Developing Countries -- Corruption and Capacity Building in Developing Countries: The African/Asian Paradox.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book explores new perspectives on how to improve the chances of success regarding capacity building in developing and emerging countries. Drawing on lessons learned in the course of six decades of capacity building research and practice, it identifies the required conditions for the success of capacity building efforts, and suggests that a radical change in mindset has become a critical aspect in developing countries. In addition, the book discusses capacity building in connection with entrepreneurship (especially female entrepreneurship), transnational diaspora remittances, and combating corruption, which it considers to be essential drivers of sustainable development in developing and emerging countries. The book's contributing authors represent the leading minds in capacity building research and practice, and include researchers from prestigious universities in North America, Europe and Africa, as well as international development experts from institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, African Development Bank, and African Capacity Building Foundation. All authors have considerable expertise regarding capacity building issues, and represent 26 emerging and developing countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Caribbean Islands, North America and Europe. .
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Towards New Perspectives of Capacity Building in Developing and Emerging Countries: An Overview -- Capacity Building for Economic Transformation: Closing the Gap -- Capacity Building in Africa: Towards an Imperative Mindset Transformation -- Under What Circumstances Does Capacity Building Work? -- Capacity Building for Africa's Transformation: Review of Priorities and Research Needs -- Capacity Building in Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development in Emerging and Developing Countries: Promoting Grassroots Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development in the Horn of Africa -- Female Entrepreneurship and Capacity Building in Developing Countries: Case of Madagascar -- Capacity Building in Export SME's in Emerging and Developing Countries: From Challenges to Expertise Development in the Mangos Industry in Burkina Faso -- Capacity Building and Diaspora Remittances in Developing and Emerging Countries: Transnational Diaspora Remittances and Capacity Building in Developing and Transition Countries: A Contextual Analysis in Caribbean Islands and Central Asia -- Remittances and Capacity Building Issues in Nepal -- Capacity Building and Revamping the Business Environment in Development and Emerging Countries: From Fiscal Initiatives to Anti-corruptio Strategies -- Resource-based Fiscal Capacity Building in Developing Countries -- Corruption and Capacity Building in Developing Countries: The African/Asian Paradox.

This book explores new perspectives on how to improve the chances of success regarding capacity building in developing and emerging countries. Drawing on lessons learned in the course of six decades of capacity building research and practice, it identifies the required conditions for the success of capacity building efforts, and suggests that a radical change in mindset has become a critical aspect in developing countries. In addition, the book discusses capacity building in connection with entrepreneurship (especially female entrepreneurship), transnational diaspora remittances, and combating corruption, which it considers to be essential drivers of sustainable development in developing and emerging countries. The book's contributing authors represent the leading minds in capacity building research and practice, and include researchers from prestigious universities in North America, Europe and Africa, as well as international development experts from institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, African Development Bank, and African Capacity Building Foundation. All authors have considerable expertise regarding capacity building issues, and represent 26 emerging and developing countries in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Caribbean Islands, North America and Europe. .

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