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IDS Bulletin Vol. 42 Nos. 3

Towards a New Political Economy of Climate Change and Development

Published on 5 May 2011

In this article, the authors propose a new political economy of climate change and development in which explicit attention is given to the way that ideas, power and resources are conceptualised, negotiated and implemented by different groups at different scales.

The climate change and development interface warrants such attention because of its importance to achieving sustainable poverty reduction outcomes, cross‐sectoral nature, urgency and rapid emergence of international resource transfers, initiatives and governance architectures, and the frequent assumption of linear policymaking and apolitical, techno‐managerial solutions to the climate change challenge.

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This article comes from the IDS Bulletin 42.3 (2011) Towards a New Political Economy of Climate Change and Development

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Tanner, T. and Allouche, J. (2011) Towards a New Political Economy of Climate Change and Development. IDS Bulletin 42(3): 1-14

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Jeremy Allouche

Professorial Fellow

Thomas Tanner

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Institute of Development Studies
doi
10.1111/j.1759-5436.2011.00217.x

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