Development is something we all aspire to, but also readily
criticize for failing to live up to our hopes of sustained
improvement in human wellbeing. This book presents findings of
systematic research into the contested meanings of development and
wellbeing from a country, Peru, which has recently experienced both
rapid economic growth and deep social conflict. A mix of
ethnographic and questionnaire data from seven poor urban and rural
communities straddling the Andes is used to describe and analyze
local and global interpretations of their inhabitants' pursuit of
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