GEMDEVGroupement d'Intérêt Scientifique pour l'Etude de la Mondialisation et du Développement (French: Scientific Interest Group for the Study of Globalization and Development; est. 1983)
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Vincent Renard explores how and why the Washington Consensus included decentralization in its developing country structural adjustment provisions (GEMDEV, p.
Lautier puts forward the thesis for Latin America that governments and the World Bank have oversimplified core/periphery and rich/poor dualities (GEMDEV, p.
Carrying forward Renard's thesis, Emile Le Bris, in the GEMDEV publication, uses sub-Saharan Africa to show that local government is too weak and unresponsive to people's concerns about globalization.
These special circumstances were found by Ricardo Montezuma for Bogota and by Yves Cabannes (Fortaleza) and Eliana Guerra (Porto Allegro) for Brazil in the GEMDEV volume.