'Offers a refreshing and much-needed critical perspective on the Millennium Development Goals – a must-read for anyone hungry to move beyond a failing model.'
LSE Review of Books
‘Essential reading for anyone trying to understand how global governance might live up to its promise to eradicate poverty and achieve social justice.’
David Hulme, University of Manchester
‘A thorough analytical assessment of the impact of the Millennium Development Goals in substantially reducing poverty around the world. It should be read by scholars, policy makers and civil society.’
Alberto Martinelli, University of Milan
‘A rich collection of contributions from multiple disciplines and perspectives, this book offers diverse views on whether the MDGs made a meaningful change. It is a welcome antidote to the triumphalism of those who proclaim the MDG’s success.’
Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, The New School