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Exchanging ginger for chilli?: The social ecology of a world bank-funded higher education project in Sri Lanka

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Internationally funded education projects in the majority world are a rich field of study, which intersects multiple disciplines from education to economics to postcolonial studies. As a former colony, currently a low-middle income country, Sri Lanka has been at the receiving end of these funds – grants and loans – for years. While there is much criticism against such international funders imposing a new imperialism on the majority world, there is also literature that represents the internati...

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SSD
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Education
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0000-0003-0756-9841

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MSc taught course
Level of award:
Masters
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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