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  1. Sustainable Economy Karen Guttieri- GP3200

  2. Development “The security arena has come to occupy the same analytic and policy space as international development.” -Derek Brinkerhoff FORM and FUNCTION (implementation) –form in developing is often mimicry of “modern” states, without function • Public administration : System of merit – Transparent - Accountable • Development Eras • State-based development (take-off) • New Public Management – market-oriented approaches • Strategic state – political and economic development • Rights-based development • Basic services – security - justice • Economic opportunity • Technology • Infrastructure • Electrical power • Communications • Social • Education • Communication

  3. Located just outside the former Taliban stronghold of Kandahar, Akokolacha's once mud-brick houses, elegantly rimmed with tall walls containing small farms, were completely destroyed by bombing. Photo courtesy Eve Lyman A House for Haji Baba PBS Frontline World October 2003 Producer/Reporter/Videographer:Brian Knappenberger • Clip 2 (length 7:54)at 2:40• Clip 3 (length 6:12)

  4. Social Well-Being Karen Guttieri - GP3200 – 16 May 2011

  5. After the Wave Aceh's struggle to recoverListen to PRI the World's Lisa Mullins in conversation with Orlando de Guzman about his experiences in Aceh. The radio interview was recorded June 26, 2007. • http://www.pbs.org/frontlineworld/stories/indonesia605/video_index.html

  6. The Uses of Disaster A Paradise Built in Hell Rebecca Solnit • Focus shifts on values, time • Role of the media: • (-) agenda, exaggerating negatives • (+) get the word out  emergence • Emergence • civil society engages – people rely on one another • C2 model: bureaucratic, ill-suited to actual disasters • Examples • 9/11 very concentrated damage in NYC • Mexico City – salvaging material > saving people • DISASTER MYTHS: panic, looting • New Orleans myths  redirection of resources to “policing” as opposed to “rescue”