Denis A. Goulet

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Denis Goulet "is Professor Emeritus, O'Neill Chair in Education for Justice, Department of Economics, and Faculty Fellow of Kellogg Institute for International Studies and Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME.

"He holds M.A. degrees in Philosophy (St. Paul's College, 1956) and Social Planning (IRFED, Paris, 1960) and a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of São Paulo, Brazil (1963).

"Goulet, pioneer in the interdisciplinary study of development ethics, has conducted field research in Algeria, Lebanon, Brazil, Guinea-Bissau, Sri Lanka and Mexico. He has held visiting professorships in Canada (University of Saskatchewan), USA (Indiana University and University of California), France (IRFED), Brazil (University of Pernambuco), and Poland (Warsaw University). Publications include eleven books and over 160 articles and monographs.

"Major books are: Desarrollo Economico, Desarrollo Humano ¿Como Medirlos? (1996); Development Ethics: A Guide to Theory and Practice (1995); Incentives for Development: The Key to Equity (1989); Mexico: Development Strategies for the Future (1983); The Uncertain Promise: Value Conflicts in Technology Transfer (1977); A New Moral Order: Development Ethics and Liberation Theology (1974); and The Cruel Choice: A New Concept in the Theory of Development (1971)." [1]

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  1. Denis A. Goulet, UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, accessed November 12, 2008.
  2. United Nations Items-in-Secretary-General's Statements, organizational web page, accessed May 4, 2012.