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Duncan Green, Senior Strategic Adviser, Oxfam Great Britain and Professor in Practice, London School of Economics
Duncan Green is Oxfam GB's Senior Strategic Adviser. He also teaches on international development at the London School of Economics, where he is a Professor in Practice. His blog is one of the most widely read on international development, and is named after his book From Poverty to Power (2nd ed., 2012). How Change Happens contains the accumulated experience of years spent engaged in the field, researching and writing about reducing poverty and combating injustice and, as the author says, trying to, "do justice to the complexity of the world, while still believing there is a story about how it can be changed for the better."
Table of Contents
Foreword, Ha-Joon Chang Introduction Section 1. The Power and Systems Approach 1. Systems Thinking Changes Everything 2. Change is about Power 3. Norms and Change Case Study: The Chiquitanos of Bolivia Section 2. Institutions Introduction to Section 2 4. How States Change 5. The Machinery of Law 6. Accountability: Political Parties, Media, and Activism 7. The International System 8. Transnational Corporations Case Study: The December 2015 Paris Agreement Section 3. Activists Introduction to Section 3 9. Citizen Activism and Civil Society 10. Leaders and leadership 11. Advocacy 12. A Power and Systems Approach to Making Change Happen Conclusion