AbstractGlobalization and Low Income Economies: Reforming Education, The Crisis of Vision is a thought provoking book which critically examines bureaucracy, politics and international aid in the Low Income Economies with a view to using formal education as a tool of empowerment. The author with his long experience of serving as an academic, a researcher, university teacher, development worker and International Development Advisor to governments and development agencies in Asia illustrates the failure of the General Education and the School Model to empower the poor in the Low Income Economies. In his analysis, the author points out how Globalization could also fail to empower the poor in the LIEs because the bureaucrats and the politicians in the LIEs and the assisting International Development Agencies have failed to perceive the Human Resource Development perspective of the new economic order. Globalization has been perceived only from a commodity perspective.
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