Formal recognition of development as a complex adaptive process confers two key benefits. Firstly, it presents a theoretical synthesis to guide the current strands of change into a more productive direction. Secondly, it provides objective technical criteria for determining the fundamental causes of failure of past development initiatives and the appropriate measures that could be adopted to reverse that situation.
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