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On development, poverty, and autonomy: a case study of a World Bank public-private partnership in Latin America

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On development, poverty, and autonomy: a case study of a World Bank public-private partnership in Latin America
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Bridgemohan
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Simone R.
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1987-
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Karen Caplan
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Rutgers University
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Graduate School - Newark
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Using a qualitative, exploratory single-case study approach, this study examines the theoretical and practical discontinuities between the World Bank’s current development model of public-private partnerships (PPPs) and development and poverty trends “on the ground” in localities where Bank-supported projects operate. There exists a disconnect between the Bank’s development rhetoric – framed in terms of Bank projects as “pro-poor” – and how “locals,” especially the poor, perceive what is happening to their livelihoods and community as a result of these development projects. Data was collected through semi-structured interview, participant observation, and primary source documents. This study is grounded in the constructivism paradigm, which, alongside conventional content analysis, guided the data analysis process. This study’s results show that two critical factors, basic needs and autonomy, are integral to study participants’ conceptualizations of poverty and development; in other words, they attribute their own and others’ impoverished livelihoods to a shared inability to meet basic needs and a lack of autonomy.
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Development
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Global Affairs
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Cofinancing -- Cajamarca (Peru)
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Development banks -- Cajamarca (Peru)
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Gold mines and mining -- Cajamarca (Peru)
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Cajamarca (Peru) -- Economic conditions
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World Bank
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