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prof.dr. (Des) D. Gasper

prof.dr. (Des) D. Gasper
Full Professor International Institute of Social Studies (ISS) Academic Staff Unit
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
I 3-12
Telephone
+31 70 4260558
Email
gasper@iss.nl
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Des Gasper (1953) is professor of Human Development, Development Ethics and Public Policy, at ISS of Erasmus University Rotterdam.

‘Human development’ refers here to human-centred socio-economic development, including extension of people’s ability to live in ways that there is reason to value. This field links to work on human rights and human security, and I work on such links, both in theoretical and ’applied’ research.

During 2012-16, highlights were:

  1. I wrote conceptual chapters in the Routledge Handbook of Human Security and the Elgar Handbook on Climate Change and Human Security (2013). With Oscar Gomez I co-wrote two overviews of the past twenty years of human security…

Des Gasper (1953) is professor of Human Development, Development Ethics and Public Policy, at ISS of Erasmus University Rotterdam.

‘Human development’ refers here to human-centred socio-economic development, including extension of people’s ability to live in ways that there is reason to value. This field links to work on human rights and human security, and I work on such links, both in theoretical and ’applied’ research.

During 2012-16, highlights were:

  1. I wrote conceptual chapters in the Routledge Handbook of Human Security and the Elgar Handbook on Climate Change and Human Security (2013). With Oscar Gomez I co-wrote two overviews of the past twenty years of human security researcht: for UNDP and for a a 2015 special issue of Contemporary Politics, 21(1).
  2. I worked with Oscar Gomez and Yoichi Mine on a report to UNDP that reviewed human-security oriented Human Development Reports, and an associated guidance. We extended our analysis in a 2016 paper in the Journal of Development Studies, 52(1).
  3. Application of human development ideas to university education, in work with Alejandra Boni (in the Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 2012, 13(3); and to methods of project planning and evaluation, in a paper in Oxford Development Studies, 2012, 40(1), and a special issue in 2014 of the Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 15(1).

Development ethics looks at “ethical and value questions posed by development theory, planning and practice”. Highlights in 2012-2016 included:

  1. Three survey papers, for diverse audience: in the Journal of Global Ethics, 8(1), 2012;: a chapter in the Springer Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics, 2016, ed. H. ten Have; and in An Introduction to International Development, 3rd edition, eds. P. Haslam et al.; Oxford University Press Canada, 2017.
  2. A chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Professional Economic Ethics, 2016, eds. G. DeMartino & D. McCloskey, on ethics and politics of displacement of persons by economic projects and processes.
  3. My approach involves interfacing with concrete areas of policy debate. Other papers included studies of the ethics of kidney sales (with Shaiful Islam), public goods (with Flavio Comim), and capitalism (with Mohsen Yazdanpanah).

Public policy analysis

Much of my work is interpretive/critical policy analysis: investigating the ways of thinking that influence standpoints in public policy debates and practice in the fields of international migration and climate change.

Migration – I coordinate an ISS research strand on migration and human security. A project for IDRC on ‘Migration, Gender and Social Justice’ led to a co-edited book (with T-D. Truong et al.; Springer, 2014), following a similar volume in 2011. The cluster is member of the Erasmus Migration and Diversity Institute. Recent work includes 2016: ‘Investigating Migration within a Human Security Framework’, co-author G. Sinatti, Revista Migración y Desarrollo, 14(27).

Climate change – During 2014-16 I participated in a project on contents and societal reception of the 2014 IPCC Fifth Assessment Report. One output is a paper with Kjersti Fløttum and Asuncion St.Clair, 2016: ‘Synthesizing a Policy-Relevant Message from the Three IPCC “Worlds” – a comparison of topics and frames in the SPMs of the Fifth Assessment Report’, Global Environmental Change, 38(May), 118-129. I work now on how interests of poor people are marginalized in climate change research and debates.

      • D. Gasper (2014). Capitalism and human flourishing? The strange story of the bias to activity ad the downgrading of work [transl. into Farsi]. Teheran, Iran: Mobin Research & Studies Institute
      • D. Gasper (2006). Everything for Sale? Ethics of National and International Development (special issue of Ethics and Economics / La revue chique et economique vol 4. no. 2; selected papers from the 7th international conference of the International Development Ethics Association at Makerere University, July 2006). -: C3ED,University of Versailles Saint Quentin:France
      • D. Gasper (2005). The Ethics of Development (South Asia edition with new material). New Delhi: Sage Publications
      • D. Gasper (2004). The Ethics of Development - From Economism to Human Development. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
      • D. Gasper (1999). Violence and Choice in Development (special issue of: 'European Journal of Development Research, vol. 11 no. 2). London: Frank Cass
      • D. Gasper & R. Apthorpe (1996). Arguing Development Policy: Frames and Discourses (Also published as a special issue of the European Journal of Development Research, June 1996). London: Frank Cass
        • D. Gasper (2018). Insouciance, indifference and any inspiration in the face of emergent global crises? In B. Jessop & K. Knio (Eds.), The Pedagogy of Economic, Political and Social Crises Dynamics, Construals and Lessons (Routledge Frontiers of Political Economy) (pp. 209-228). London: Routledge
        • E.A.T. Hermansen, G. Sundqvist, S. Yearley, A.L. St.Clair, K. Flottum, D. Gasper & J. Painter (2018). Fra Symfoni Til Kakofoni - Rapportene fra FNs klimapanel og reisen mot relevans. [From Symphony to Cacophony - The reports of the UN climate panel and the journey towards relevance]. In K. Bjorkdahl (Ed.), Rapporten - sjanger og styringsverktøy (pp. 127-155). Oslo: Pax Forlag
        • D. Gasper & S. George (2018). Cultivating Humanity? Education and Capabilities for a global ‘Great Transition’. In A.K. Giri (Ed.), Beyond Cosmopolitanism : Towards Planetary Transformations (pp. 389-421). Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan
        • D. Gasper (2018). Human Development in India – Comparing Sen and his competitors. In F. Comim, S. Fennell & P.B. Anand (Eds.), New Frontiers of the Capability Approach (pp. 273-313). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
        • M. Shaiful Islam & D. Gasper (2017). Kidney Sales: How Far Do Sellers Exercise Reasoned Freedom? Cases from Bangladesh. In M. Deveaux & V. Panitch (Eds.), Exploitation: From Practice to Theory (Studies in Social and Global Justice) (pp. 195-220). London: Rowman and Littlefield
        • D. Gasper (2017). Creative and Social Research: Ideas from Discourse Analysis and Creative Thinking. In A.K. Giri (Ed.), Pathways of Creative Research : Towards a Festival of Dialogues (pp. 147-165). New Delhi: Primus
        • D. Gasper (2017). Ethics of Development. In P.A. Haslam, J. Schafer & P. Beaudet (Eds.), Introduction to International Development: Approaches, Actors, Issues, and Practice (pp. 555-575). Canada: Oxford University Press
        • D. Gasper (2017). The university and sustainable human development. In H.-U. Otto, S. Pantazis, H. Ziegler & A. Potsi (Eds.), Human development in times of crisis: renegotiating social justice (pp. 141-166). London: Palgrave Macmillan
        • D. Gasper (2015). The Human and the Social: A Comparison of the Discourses of Human Development, Human Security and Social Quality. In K. Lin & P. Herrmann (Eds.), Social Quality Theory: A New Perspective on Social Development (pp. 93-109). New York & Oxford: Berghahn Books
        • D. Gasper (2015). Precautionary? Principled? In D. Kamal & M. Di Paola (Eds.), Climate Change and Human Rights: The 2015 Paris Conference and the Task of Protecting People on a Warming Planet. Sussex: Global Policy (Wiley-Blackwell)
        • D. Gasper, L. van der Maesen, T. Truong & A. Walker (2015). Human Security and Social Quality: Contrasts and Complementarities. In A.K. Giri (Ed.), New Horizons of Human Development (pp. 229-255). New Delhi: Studera Press
        • D. Gasper (2015). The ethics of economic development and human displacement. In G. DeMartino & D.N. McCloskey (Eds.), Oxford handbook on professional economic ethics (pp. 534-557). Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press
        • D. Gasper (2015). Development Ethics. In H. ten Have (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics (pp. 860-868). New York: Springer[go to publisher's site]
        • D. Gasper (2014). Logos, pathos and ethos in Martha C. Nussbaum’s capabilities approach to human development. In F. Comim & M.C. Nussbaum (Eds.), Capabilities, gender, equality: toward fundamental entitlements (pp. 96-130). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
        • D. Gasper (2014). La Universidad y el desarrollo humano sostenible. Sobre la (inter) disciplinariedad y la (in) seguridad humana. In A. Boni Aristizábal, C. Calabuig Tormo & A. Pérez Foguet (Eds.), Universidad y cooperación al desarrollo. Contribuciones de la universidades al desarrollo humano (Estudios del desarollo y cooperacion internacional, [1]) (pp. 67-88). Valencia, Spain: Editorial Universitat Politècnica de València
        • D. Gasper (2014). Ethics and development. In V. Desai & R.B. Potter (Eds.), The companion to development studies (pp. 47-50). London: Routledge
        • T. Truong, D. Gasper & J.D. Handmaker (2014). Migration, gender, social justice, and human insecurity. In T-D. Truong, D. Gasper, J. Handmaker & S. Bergh (Eds.), Migration, gender and social justice: perspectives on human insecurity (Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, 9) (pp. 3-26). Heidelberg: Springer
        • D. Gasper & T. Truong (2014). ‘Women in motion’ in a world of nation-states, market forces, and gender power relations. In T-D. Truong, D. Gasper, J. Handmaker & S. Bergh (Eds.), Migration, gender and social justice: perspectives on human insecurity (Hexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace, 9) (pp. 367-386). Heidelberg: Springer
        • D. Gasper (2013). Securing Humanity – Situating ‘Human Security’ as Concept and Discourse. In T. Owen (Ed.), Human Security - volume 1: Concept and Critique (pp. 169-192). London: SAGE
        • D. Gasper (2013). Ethics and the conduct of international development aid: charity and obligation. In M. Frost (Ed.), International ethics (Volume 4- Ethics and foreign policy) (pp. 179-2010). Delhi & Los Angeles: SAGE publications
        • D. Gasper (2013). The Idea of Human Security. In T. Owen (Ed.), Human Security - vol.1: Concept and Critique (pp. 325-349). London: SAGE
        • D. Gasper, L. van der Maesen, T. Truong & A. Walker (2013). Connecting ‘Human’ and ‘Social’ Discourses: The Human Development, Human Security, and Social Quality Approaches. In H.-U. Otto & H. Ziegler (Eds.), Enhancing Capabilities - The Role of Social Institutions (pp. 13-38). Opladen & Farmington Hills: Barbara Budrich Publishers
        • M. Douglas, D. Gasper, S. Ney & M. Thompson (2013). Human Needs and Wants. In R. Fardon (Ed.), Cultures and Crises: Understanding Risk and Resolution (pp. 65-133). London: SAGE
        • D. Gasper (2013). Elements and value-added of a human security approach in the study of climate change. In M.R. Redclift & M. Grasso (Eds.), Handbook on Climate Change and Human Security (pp. 41-66). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • D. Gasper (2013). Education anc capabilities for a global 'great transition'. In A. Boni & M. Walker (Eds.), Human Development and Capabilities: Re-imagining the university of the twenty-first century (pp. 53-66). Abingdon: Routledge
        • D. Gasper (2013). From definitions to investigating a discourse. In M. Martin & T. Owen (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Human Security (pp. 28-42). Abingdon: Routledge
        • D. Gasper (2011). Dennis Goulet. In D.K. Chatterjee (Ed.), Encyclopedia of global justice (volume 1) (pp. 457-459). Dordrecht: Springer
        • D. Gasper (2011). Quality of life. In D.K. Chatterjee (Ed.), Encyclopedia of global justice (volume 2) (pp. 919-923-459). Dordrecht: Springer
        • B. Roldan & D. Gasper (2011). The global forum on migration and development: 'All talk an no action' or 'A chance to frame the issues in a way that allows you to move forward together? In D. Gasper & T. Truong (Eds.), Transnational migration and human security. The migration-development-security nexus (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace, 6) (pp. 239-256). Berlin - Heidelberg: Springer
        • D. Gasper (2011). International migration, well-being and transnational ethics. In D. Gasper & T. Truong (Eds.), Transnational migration and human security. The migration-development-security nexus (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace, 6) (pp. 259-310). Berlin - Heidelberg: Springer
        • B.A. Campillo Carrete & D. Gasper (2011). Managing migration in the IOM's World Migration Report 2008. In D. Gasper & T. Truong (Eds.), Transnational migration and human security. The migration-development-security nexus (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace, 6) (pp. 117-132). Berlin - Heidelberg: Springer
        • T. Truong & D. Gasper (2011). Transnational migration, development and human security. In D. Gasper & T. Truong (Eds.), Transnational migration and human security. The migration-development-security nexus (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace, 6) (pp. 3-22). Berlin - Heidelberg: Springer
        • D. Gasper (2010). Interdisciplinarity and transdisciplinarity. In P. Thomson & M. Walker (Eds.), The Routledge doctoral student’s companion : getting to grips with research in education and the social sciences (pp. 70-85). London: Routledge
        • D. Gasper & A. Lera St. Clair (2010). The field of development ethics - An introduction. In D. Gasper & A. Lera St. Clair (Eds.), Development ethics (pp. xiii-xxxiii). Farnham: Ashgate
        • D. Gasper & T. Truong (2010). Development Ethics through the Lenses of Caring, Gender and Human Security. In S..L. Esquith & F. Gifford (Eds.), Capabilities, Power and Institutions: Towards a More Critical Development Ethics (pp. 58-95). Pennsylvania State Univ. Press
        • D. Gasper (2010). The idea of human security. In K. O'Brien, A.L. St. Clair & B. Kristoffersen (Eds.), Climate change, ethics and human security (pp. 23-46). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
        • D. Gasper (2010). Values, vision, proposals and networks - the approach of Mahbub ul Haq. In C.K. Wilber & A.K. Dutt (Eds.), New directions in development ethics : essays in honor Of Denis Goulet (pp. 357-383). Indiana: Univ. of Notre Dame Press
        • D. Gasper (2010). What is the capability approach? Its core, rationale, partners and dangers. In D. Gasper & A. Lera St. Clair (Eds.), Development ethics (pp. 217-241). Farnham: Ashgate
        • D. Gasper (2010). Denis Goulet and the project of development ethics. Choices in methodology, focus and organization. In D. Gasper & A. Lera St. Clair (Eds.), Development ethics (pp. 65-86). Farnham: Ashgate
        • D. Gasper (2010). Values, vision, proposals, and networks: the approach of Mahbub ul Haq. In A.K. Dutt & C.K. Wilber (Eds.), New directions in development ethics. Essays in honor of Denis Goulet (pp. 357-383). Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press
        • D. Gasper & I.P. van Staveren (2009). Development As Freedom?-And As What Else? In E. Kuiper & D.K. Barker (Eds.), Feminist Economics: Critical Concepts (Major Work Series). London: Routledge
        • D. Gasper (2009). From 'Hume's Law' To Policy Analysis For Human Development. In Ethics and Ecnomics: New Perspectives. London: Routlegde
        • D. Gasper (2009). Ouvindo as pessoas e ouvindo com as pessoas - para que todos possam se ver. In PNUD (Ed.), Relatorio de desenvolvimento humano, 2009-2010: Brasil ponto a ponto; consulta publica (pp. 67-67). Brasilia: PNUD
        • D. Gasper (2009). Global Ethics and Human Security. In R. Munck & G. Honor Fagan (Eds.), Globalization and Security: an encyclopedia (pp. 155-171). Westport, CT: Greenwood
        • D. Gasper (2009). Capitalism and Human Flourishing? - the strange story of the bias to activity and the downgrading of work. In J..B. Davis (Ed.), Global Social Economy Development , Work and Policy (pp. 13-41). London: Routledge
        • D. Gasper (2009). Human Needs and Well-Being. In J. Peil & I. van Staveren (Eds.), Handbook of Economics and Ethics (pp. 348-357). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • D. Gasper (2009). Human Development. In J. Peil & I. van Staveren (Eds.), Handbook of Economics and Ethics (pp. 230-237). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • D. Gasper (2009). Human Rights, Human Needs, Human Development, Human Security. In P. Hayden (Ed.), Ashgate Research Companion to Ethics and International Relations (pp. 329-355). Aldershot: Ashgate
        • D. Gasper (2007). Vulnerability of People and the Environment. In GEO-4 Global Environment Outlook (pp. 301-361). Nairobi/Malta: UN Environment Programme
        • D. Gasper (2007). Conceptualising Human Needs and Wellbeing. In Wellbeing in developing countries : from theory to research (pp. 47-70). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
        • D. Gasper (2007). Human Well-Being: Concepts and Conceptualization. In Human Well-Being: Concept and Measurement (pp. 23-64). London: Palgrave Macmillan
        • D. Gasper (2007). Culture and Development Ethics - Needs, Women's Rights and Western Theories. In Amartya Sen: Critical Assessments of Contemporary (pp. 3-36). London: Routledge
        • D. Gasper & I.P. van Staveren (2006). Development as freedom - and as what else? In Amartya Sen: Critical Assessments of Contemporary Economists (pp. 443-467). London: Routlegde
        • D. Gasper (2006). Foreword, to G. Bhatta. In International Dictionary of Public Management and Governance. New York: Armonk
        • D. Gasper (2006). Culture and Development. In The Elgar Companion to Development Studies (pp. 96-101). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
        • D. Gasper & I.P. van Staveren (2006). Development as freedom - and as what else? In Capabilities, Freedom and Equality. Delhi: Oxford University
        • D. Gasper & I.P. van Staveren (2005). Development as freedom - and as what else? In Amartya Sen's Work and Ideas: A Gender Perspective (pp. 139-163). London: Routledge Books
        • D. Gasper (2005). Functionings. In The Encyclopedia of International Development (pp. 261-262). London: Routledge Books
        • D. Gasper (2005). Human Development. In (pp. 323-325) London: Routledge Books
        • D. Gasper (2005). Well-being. In The Encyclopedia of International Development (pp. 757-759). London: Routledge Books
        • D. Gasper (2005). Human Capabilities. In Encyclopedia of International Relations and Global Politics (pp. 374-376). New York & London: Routledge Books
        • D. Gasper (2005). Policy Evaluation - From Managerialism and Econocracy to a Governance Perspective. In International Development Governance (pp. 655-670). New York: CRC Press (Taylor & Francis)
        • D. Gasper (2005). Needs and Human Rights. In The Essentials of Human Rights (pp. 269-272). London: Hodder and Stoughton
        • D. Gasper (2004). Interdisciplinarity: Building Bridges and Nurturing a Complex Ecology of Ideas. In Creative Social Research (pp. 308-344). New Delhi: Sage Publications
        • D. Gasper (2004). Studying Aid: Some Methods. In Ethnographies of Aid - Exploring development texts and encounters (pp. 45-92). Denmark: Roskilde University
        • D. Gasper (2003). Anecdotes, Situations, Histories -- Reflections on the Use of Cases in Thinking about Ethics and Development Practice. In A moral critique of development : in search of global responsibilities (pp. 196-220). London: Routledge Books
        • D. Gasper (2000). Strengthening 'Public and Development' in the New South Africa: Thoughts for the Next Phase in Education and Training for Public and Development Management. In (pp. 165-188) South Africa: University of Stellenbosch
        • D. Gasper, M. Douglas, S. Ney & M. Thompson (1998). Human Needs and Wants. In (pp. 195-263) Battele Press
        • D. Gasper (1998). The Logical Framework Approach: Notes Towards Applications to Relief Evaluations. In (pp. 42-53) Canberra: National Centre for Development Studies
        • D. Gasper (1997). Development Ethics - An Emergent Field? In (pp. 23) Uitgeverij Kok
        • D. Gasper (1997). "Decentralization", "Coordination", "Integration" - Reflections from Zimbabwe in the 1980s. In (pp. 51-71) The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1996). Needs and Basic Needs: A Clarification of Foundational Concepts for Development Ethics and Policy. In (pp. 71-101) Metropolis: Marburg
        • D. Gasper (1995). Culture and Three Levels in Development Ethics: From Advocacy to Analysis and from Analysis to Practice. In (pp. 88-121) The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1994). Development Ethics: An Emergent Field? In (pp. 160-185) London: MacMillan
        • D. Gasper (1993). Equity, Equality and Appropriate Distribution - Multiple Interpretations and Zimbabwean Usages. In (pp. 35-62) London: MacMillan
        • D. Gasper (1991). Policy, Argumentation - on Practical Theory and Teachable Tools. In (pp. 834-49) Amsterdam: Sicsat
        • D. Gasper (1991). Een nieuw Europa: over nationalisme en internationalisme. In (pp. 45-57) Amsterdam: Evert Vermeer Foundation
        • D. Gasper (1991). Decentralization of Planning and Administration in Zimbabwe. International Perspectives and 1980s Experiences. In (pp. 7-50) The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1990). Development Planning and Decentralization in Botswana. In (pp. 224-52) Avebury: Gower
        • D. Gasper (1990). Subnational Planning and Planning Education. In (pp. 261-303) Avebury: Gower
        • D. Gasper (1986). Distribution and Development Ethics: a Tour. In (pp. 136-203) Leiden: Brill
        • D. Gasper (1985). Evaluation. In (pp. 278-279) London: Routledge & Kegan Paul
        • T. Truong & D. Gasper (Ed.). (2011). Transnational migration and human security. The migration-development-security nexus (Hexagon series on human and environmental security and peace, 6). Berlin - Heidelberg: Springer
        • T. Truong & D. Gasper (Ed.). (2008). Trans-Local Livelihoods and Connections. (Special issue on Transnational Migration and Multi-local Livelihoods; in Gender, Technology and Development, vol. 12, no. 3). unknown: Gender, Technology and Development
        • P.B. Anand & D. Gasper (Ed.). (2007). Living In Common and Deliberating In Common - Foundational Issues in Sustainable Human Development and Human Security (Special issue of International Journal of Social Economics, 34 (1/2). Bradford, UK: Emerald
        • P.B. Anand & D. Gasper (Ed.). (2007). Human Security, Well-Being and Sustainability: Special issue of Journal of International Development 19(4). New York: John Wiley and Sons
        • D. Gasper (Ed.). (2006). Cosmopolitanisms and the Frontiers of Justice (in Development and Change journal vol. 37 no. 6). Oxford: Blackwell Publishing
        • D. Gasper (Ed.). (2006). Book Review of S. Deneulin 'The capability approach and the praxis of development'. New York: Palgrave
      • D. Gasper (2015). Human Dignity: Lodestar for Equality in South Africa, Laurie Ackermann : book review. [Bespreking van het boek Human Dignity: Lodestar for equality in South Africa]. South African Journal on Human Rights, 31(2), 425-433.
      • D. Gasper (2006). Book Review of:"Crossing the Mainstream - Ethical and Methodological Issues in Economics" (Amitava K. Dutt & Kenneth P. Jameson (eds.), 2001, Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press) [Bespreking van het boek Crossing the Mainstream - Ethical and Methodological Issues in Economics]. Review of Radical Political Economics, 38, 469-473.
      • D. Gasper (2003). Book Review of "Conversations and Transformations - Toward a New Ethics of Self and Society'' (A.K. Giri ed.. , Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. pp xxv + 347, 2002) [Bespreking van het boek Conversations and Transformations - Toward a New Ethics of Self and Society]. IDEA Newsletter.
      • D. Gasper (2001). Review essay on 'Women and Human Development' (M. Nussbaum ed, Cambridge University Press, 2000) published in the Newsletter of the International Development Association [Bespreking van het boek Review essay on 'Women and Human Development' (M. Nussbaum ed, Cambridge University Press, 2000) published in the Newsletter of the International Development Association]. IDEA Newsletter, 7.
      • D. Gasper (2000). Book Review of "World Ethics - the New Agenda" (N. Dower ed., Edinburgh U.P., 1998) [Bespreking van het boek Book Review of "World Ethics - the New Agenda" (N. Dower ed., Edinburgh U.P., 1998)]. Journal of International Development, 12, 766-68.
      • D. Gasper (2000). Book Review of "Rationality and Power: Democracy in Practice" (B. Flyvberg ed., Uniiversity of Chicago Press, 1998). [Bespreking van het boek Book Review of "Rationality and Power: Democracy in Practice" (B. Flyvberg ed., Uniiversity of Chicago Press, 1998)]. Development and Change, 31, 911-12.
      • D. Gasper (1996). Book Review of "Development Theory and the Three Worlds [by B. Hettne, 2nd edition, Harlow: Longman, 1995] [Bespreking van het boek Book Review of "Development Theory and the Three Worlds [by B. Hettne, 2nd edition, Harlow: Longman, 1995]]. European Journal of Development Research, 200-203.
      • D. Gasper (1996). Book Review of "The End of Economics? Ethics and the Disorder of Progress" [by C. Buraque, London: Zed, 1993] [Bespreking van het boek Book Review of "The End of Economics? Ethics and the Disorder of Progress" [by C. Buraque, London: Zed, 1993]]. Development and Change, 27, 817-8.
      • D. Gasper (1992). Book review of J. Baker (ed.) 'Small Towns in Africa' (1990, Uppsala: Institute of African Studies) [Bespreking van het boek Book review of J. Baker (ed.) 'Small Towns in Africa' (1990, Uppsala: Institute of African Studies)]. Development and Change, 23, 186-188.
      • D. Gasper (1990). Book review of H. Hedlund (ed.) 'Cooperatives Revisited '(1988, Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies) [Bespreking van het boek Book review of H. Hedlund (ed.) 'Cooperatives Revisited '(1988, Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies)]. Economic and Political Weekly, 13, 669-670.
      • D. Gasper (1990). Book review of J. Herbst 'State Politics in Zimbabwe' (1990, University of California Press) [Bespreking van het boek Book review of J. Herbst 'State Politics in Zimbabwe' (1990, University of California Press)]. Review of Rural and Urban Planning in Southern and.
      • D. Gasper (1989). book review of National Monitoring and Evaluation by P. Bowden (1988, Aldershot: Gower) [Bespreking van het boek book review of National Monitoring and Evaluation by P. Bowden (1988, Aldershot: Gower)]. Development and Change, 20, 551-2.
      • D. Gasper (1989). book review of Integrated Rural Development - The Ethiopian Experience and the Debate by J.M. Cohen (1987, Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies) [Bespreking van het boek book review of Integrated Rural Development - The Ethiopian Experience and the Debate by J.M. Cohen (1987, Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies)]. Review of Rural and Urban Planning in Southern and, 1, 111-18.
        • O.A. Gomez, D. Gasper & Y. Mine (2013). Good Practices in Addressing Human Security through National Human Development Reports. (Extern rapport). New York: UNDP
        • D. Gasper, A.V. Portocarrero & A. Lera St.Clair (2011). Climate change and development framings: a comparative analysis of the Human Development Report 2007/8 an the World Development Report 2010. (Preprints, ISS working papers series. General series, no 528). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies
        • M.R. Muñiz Castillo & D. Gasper (2011). Human autonomy effectiveness and development projects. (Preprints, ISS working papers series. General series, no 519). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies
        • D. Gasper & M. Sinha (2010). How can power discourses be changed? Contrasting the 'daughter deficit' policy of the Delhi government with Gandhi and King's transformational reframing. (Preprints, ISS working papers. General series, no 493). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies
        • D. Gasper & S. George (2010). Cultivating humanity? Education and capabilities for a global `great transition¿. (Preprints, ISS workingpapers. General series, no 503). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies
        • D. Gasper (2010). Understanding the Diversity of Conceptions of Well-Being and Quality of Life. The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper & T. Truong (2010). Movements of the 'we': international and transnational migration and the capabilities approach. (Preprints, ISS working papers. General series, no 495). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies
        • B. Roldan & D. Gasper (2010). The global forum on migration and development: "All talk and no action" or "a chance to frame the issues in a way that allows you to move forward together"? (Preprints, ISS working papers. General series, no 497). The Hague: International Institute of Social Studies
        • D. Gasper (2010). Climate change and the language of human security. (Preprints, ISS working papers. General series, no 505). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper & M. Muñiz Castillo (2009). Exploring human autonomy effectiveness: Project logic and its effects on individual autonomy. (Extern rapport, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance Working Paper Series, no 2009-6). Maastricht: Maastricht Graduate School of Governance
        • D. Gasper (2009). Capitalism and Human Flourishing? ¿ the strange story of the bias to activity and the downgrading of work. (Extern rapport, Institute of Social Studies Working Papers - General Series, no 469). The Hague: Institute of Social Studies
        • D. Gasper (2009). Human Rights, Human Needs, Human Development, Human Security - Relationships between four international human discourses (Translated into Thai; Occasional Papers, Centre for Social Development Studies, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok). Bangkok: Chulalongkorn University
        • D. Gasper & M. Muñiz Castillo (2009). Looking for long-run human development effectiveness: An autonomy-centred framework for project evaluation. (Extern rapport, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance Working Paper Series, no 2009-5). Maastricht: Maastricht Graduate School of Governance
        • D. Gasper, L. van der Maesen, T. Truong & A. Walker. (2008). Human Security and Social Quality - Contrasts and Complementarities. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 462). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Rem & D. Gasper (2008). Romanias Accession Process into the European Union -- Discourses at Policy-, Program-, and Project- levels in the Justice Sector. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 463). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper & T. Truong (2008). Development Ethics through the Lenses of Caring, Gender and Human Security. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 459). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2008). The Idea of Human Security (also available http://www.garnet-eu.org/fileadmin/documents/working_papers/2808.pdf). (Garnet Working Paper, no 28). :
        • D. Gasper (2007). Human Rights, Human Needs, Human Development, Human Security: Relationships between four International 'Human' Discourses. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 445). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2007). Problem and Policy Analysis for Human Development: Sen in the light of Dewey, Myrdal, Streeten, Stretton and Haq. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 451). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2007). Values, Vision, Proposals and Networks: Using Ideas in Leadership for Human Development : the approach of Mahbub ul Haq. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 436). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2006). What is the Capability Approach? Its Core, Rationale, Partners and Dangers. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 428). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2006). Uncounted or Illusory Blessings? Competing Responses to the Easterlin, Easterbrook and Schwartz Paradoxes of Well-Being. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 430). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2005). Securing Humanity: Situating 'Human Security' as Concept and Discourse. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 405). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2004). Subjective and Objective Well-Being in Relation to Economic Inputs: Puzzles and Responses. (ESRC Research Centre Working Papers Series No. 09). Bath, UK: University of Bath
        • D. Gasper (2004). Human Well-being: Concepts and Conceptualizations. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 388). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2003). Nussbaum's Capabilities Approach in Perspective: Purposes, Methods and Sources for an Ethics of Human Development. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 379). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2003). Studying Aid: Some Methods. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 382). The Hague: ISS
        • I.P. van Staveren & D. Gasper (2002). Development as Freedom - Contributions and Shortcomings of Amartya Sen's Development Philosophy for Feminist Economics. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 365). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2002). Is Sen's Capability Approach an Adequate Basis for Considering Human Development. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 360). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2001). Interdisciplinarity: Building Bridges, and Nurturing a Complex Ecology of Ideas. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 331). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2001). Global Ethics and Global Strangers - Beyond the Inter-national Relations Framework; an Essay in Descriptive Ethics. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 341). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (2000). Building Bridges and Nurturing a Complex Ecology of Ideas. (MIDS Working Paper Series, no 162). Chennai: Madras Institute of Development Studies
        • D. Gasper (2000). Structures and Meanings: A Way to Introduce Argumentation Analysis in Policy Studies Education. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 317). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1999). Ethics and the Conduct of International Development Aid: Charity and Obligation. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 297). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1999). Anecdotes, Situations, Histories - Varieties and Uses of Cases in Thinking about Ethics and Development Practice. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 300). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1999). 'Drawing a Line' - Ethical and Political Strategies in Complex Emergency Assistance. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 302). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1999). Evaluating the "Logical Framework Approach"- towards Learning-oriented Development Evaluation. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 303). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1998). Charity and Obligation: Ethics and Development Aid. :
        • D. Gasper (1998). Anecdotes, Situations, Histories - Reflections on the Use of Cases in Thinking about Ethics and Development Interventions. :
        • D. Gasper & R.V. George (1997). Analysing Argumentation in Planning and Public Policy: Assessing Improving and Transcending the Toulmin Model. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 262). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1997). 'Logical Frameworks': A Critical Assessment Managerial Theory, Pluralistic Practice. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 264). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1996). Analyzing Argumentation in Planning and Public Policy: Assessing, Improving and Transcending the Toulmin Model. :
        • D. Gasper (1996). Needs and Basic Needs: A Clarification of Meanings, Levels and Different Streams of Work. (ISS Working Papers, General Series, no 210). The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1996). The Capabilities Approach and "Women, Culture, and Development". :
        • D. Gasper (1995). Culture and Three Levels in Development Ethics: From Advocacy to Analysis and From Analysis to Practice. The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1995). Needs and Basic Needs: A Clarification of Meanings, Levels and Different Streams of Work. :
        • D. Gasper (1995). What is the Point of Development Ethics? :
        • D. Gasper (1994). Re-theorizing Human Needs. The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1993). Re-theorizing Human Needs. Barcelona: European Association of Evolutionary Political
        • D. Gasper (1993). Culture and the Ethics of Development. Leusden: Netherlands National Commission for UNESCO
        • D. Gasper (1993). Policy Analysis and Evaluation - An Agenda for Education and Research. The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1993). Culture, Needs and Development Ethics - Contents and discontents in current literature. :
        • D. Gasper (1993). Entitlements Analysis - Relating Concepts and Contexts. The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1992). Policy Studies and Types of Analysis. Brussels: IIAS
        • D. Gasper (1992). Entitlements Analysis - Relating Concepts and Contexts. United Kingdom: University of Nottingham
        • D. Gasper (1992). Analyzing Policy Arguments. :
        • D. Gasper (1992). Development Ethics -- An Emergent Field? A Look at Scope and Structure with Special Reference to the Ethics of Aid. :
        • D. Gasper (1991). Equity, Equality and Appropriate Distribution: Multiple interpretations and Zimbabwean usages. :
        • D. Gasper (1991). Reassessing Planning Education for Africa. :
        • D. Gasper (1991). Development Ethics - Themes and Foci. :
        • D. Gasper (1991). Analyzing Policy Arguments. The Hague: ISS
        • D. Gasper (1991). Analyzing Policy Arguments. :
        • D. Gasper (1990). What Happened to the Land Question in Zimbabwe? Rural Reform in the 1980s. :
        • D. Gasper (1990). Equity, Equality and Appropriate Distribution: Differing Interpretations and Zimbabwean Usages. :
        • D. Gasper (1990). Regional Planning and Planning Education. Implications of their changing environment and practice: with special reference to Anglophone, Southern and Eastern Africa. :
        • D. Gasper (1990). Development Studies and Policy Analysis - An Agenda for Research and Training. :
        • D. Gasper (1989). Policy Argument - Towards Practical Theory and Teachable Tools. :
        • D. Gasper (1989). Decentralization of Planning and Administration in Zimbabwe. International Perspectives and 1980s Experiences. :
        • D. Gasper (1989). Multi-level Planning and Development Administration in Botswana. Harare: Department of Rural and Urban Planning, University
        • D. Gasper (1989). Growth Points and Rural Industries - Ideologies and Policies. Harare: Department of Rural and Urban Planning, University
        • D. Gasper (1989). Whatever happened to the Land Question in Zimbabwe? Belfast: Queen's University
        • D. Gasper (1989). Decentralization in Zimbabwe - Perspectives on Democracy, Planning and Local Government. Warwick: University of Warwick
        • D. Gasper (1987). Development Planning and Decentralization in Botswana. Harare: University of Zimbabwe
        • D. Gasper (1987). Studying Values in Education for Planning. :
        • D. Gasper (1987). Rural Growth Points and Rural Industries in Zimbabwe - ideologies and policies. Manchester: University of Manchester
        • D. Gasper (1987). Motivations and Manipulations : Some Practices of Project Appraisal and Evaluation. :
        • D. Gasper (1986). Policy Analysis and Evaluation - an essay on methodology and education, with reference to development studies. :
        • D. Gasper (1985). Trying to point growth points towards growth. :
        • D. Gasper & P. de Valk (1985). Rural Industries and Growth Points in Zimbabwe: Background, Concepts and Issues. :
        • A. Boni & D. Gasper (2009). Contributions of a human development approach to re-visioning the quality of universities.
        • S. Tankha & D. Gasper (2009). Trees and Water - Mainstreaming Environment In The Graduate Policy Analysis Curriculum. APPAM conference: Korea (2009, juni 1).
        • D. Gasper & L. Merino (2009). Displacement and Development Ethics: theories and two Peruvian cases. HDCA conference: Lima (2009, september 1).
        • A. Boni & D. Gasper (2009). The university as it might be - Contributions of a human development approach to rethinking quality of universities. International Development Ethics Association conference: Valencia (2009, december 1).
        • D. Gasper (2008). Understanding the Diversity of Conceptions of Well-Being and Quality of Life. (Paper presented at conference on Happiness and Capability organized by Radboud University Nijmegen, 22 August, 2008).
        • D. Gasper (2008). Logos, Pathos and Ethos in the work of Martha Nussbaum. (Paper for the Workshop on Art, Spirituality and Human Development, Indian Business Academy, Greater Noida, UP, India, 13-15 September 2008.).
        • D. Gasper (2008). From Valued Freedoms, To Polities And Markets - The Capability Approach In Policy Practice (Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Institute of Human Development, Delhi, 10-13 September 2008).
        • D. Gasper (2008). The Human and the Social - a comparative framework and an initial systematised comparison of the discourses of Human Development, Human Security and Social Quality. (Paper presented at the 3rd Asian conference on Social Quality, University of Nanjing, 24-26 October 2008).
        • D. Gasper (2007). Capitalism and Human Flourishing (Paper presented at the conference on "World Congress of Association of Social Economics" organised by Association of Social Economics University of Amsterdam on 7-9 June 2007).
        • D. Gasper (2007). The Idea of Human Security (Paper presented at the conference on "European Science Foundation workshop on Human Security and Climate Change" organised by University of Oslo on 21-23 June 2007).
        • D. Gasper (2007). International Migration and Transnational Ethics of Well-Being (Paper presented at the conference on "International Migration, Multi-local Livelihoods and Human Security" organised by ISS, The Hague on 30-31August 2007).
        • D. Gasper (2007). Education and Capability (Paper presented at the conference on "European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop on Education and the Capability" organised by the University of Muenster on 3-5 May 2007).
        • D. Gasper (2007). An Argument Analysis Contribution to Interpretive Public Policy Analysis (Paper presented at the conference on "Interpretation in Policy Analysis" organised by Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Universiteit van Amsterdam on 31 May - 2 June 2007).
        • D. Gasper (2007). Denis Goulet and the Project of Development Ethics - Choices in Theory, Action and Organization (Paper presented at the international conference on "Human Development and Capability Association conference" organised by HDCA New School University New York on 17-20 September 2007).
        • D. Gasper (2006). Values, Vision, Proposals and Networks - The Roles Of Ideas in Leadership for Human Development: the approach of Mahbub ul Haq (Paper presented at the 7th international conference of the International Development Ethics Association, organised by IDEA and Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda, July 2006).
        • D. Gasper (2006). Human Rights, Human Needs, Human Development, Human Security (Paper presented at the conference on 'Ethics, Human Rights and Development' organised by NFU - Norwegian Research Association for Development, University of Oslo, Oslo, September 2006).
        • D. Gasper (2005). What is the Capability Approach? (Paper presented at the annual conference on 'Human Development & Capability Association,' organised by HDCA, with UNESCO et al, UNESCO, Paris, September 2005).
        • D. Gasper (2003). Human Well-Being: Concepts and Conceptualizations (Paper presented at the project workshop on Measuring Well-Being organized by the World Institute for Development Economics Research (WIDER), Helsinki, May 2003).
        • D. Gasper (2002). Nussbaum's Capabilities Approach in Perspective (Paper presented at the conference organized by Von H¿gel Institute, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, September 2002).
        • D. Gasper (2001). Studying Aid: Some Methods (Paper presented for the Workshop on 'Ethnographies of Aid', Roskilde University, Denmark, 12-15 November 2001).
        • D. Gasper & I.P. van Staveren (2001). 2001: Development as Freedom - And as What Else? Limits of Amartya Sen's Development Philosophy for Feminist Economics. Paper presented at the EAEPE Annual Conference: Siena, Italy, (2001, november 1).
        • D. Gasper (2001). Reform or Replacement? What to do about the Logical Framework Approach? (Paper presented for the Workshop on Procedures, Power and Relationships, organized by the Participation Group, IDS, Sussex, May 2001).
        • D. Gasper (2001). Is Sen's Capability Approach an Adequate Basis for a Theory of Human Development? (Paper presented at the Conference on 'Evaluating Sen's Capability Approach', St Edmund's College, University of Cambridge, June 2001).
        • D. Gasper (2000). Logical Frameworks: Problems and Potentials (Teaching material for ISS participants).
        • D. Gasper (2000). Interdisciplinarity and Development Studies (Paper presented at the seminar organized by Madras Institute of Development Studies, Chennai, 2 August 2000).
        • D. Gasper (1999). The work of Amartya Sen: an appreciation (article published in the IDEA Newsletter of the International Development Ethics Association).
        • D. Gasper (1996). What is the Point of Development Ethics?
        • D. Gasper (1992). Paradigms of Research for Development Policy and Planning, 24 Readings.
        • D. Gasper (1992). Paradigms of Research for Development Policy and Planning.
        • D. Gasper (1991). Paradigms of Research for Development Policy and Planning. Volume of readings and course notes.
        • D. Gasper (2009). Development Ethics and Human Development. Human Development Insights: New York.
        • T. Truong & D. Gasper (2004). Deepening Development Ethics, through the Lens of Human Security: Care, Migration and Women's Lives (Paper presented at the 5th Fifth Pan-European International Relations Conference organised by the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations, The Hague, 9-11 September 2004). 5th Fifth Pan-European International Relations Conference: The Hague (2004, september 9 - 2004, september 11).
      • A.A. Frediani, A. Boni & D. Gasper (Eds.). (2014) Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 15(1).
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