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1. How and why history matters for development policy- Michael Woolcock, Simon Szreter and Vijayendra Rao 2. Indigenous and colonial origins of comparative economic development: The case of colonial India and Africa- C. A. Bayly Commentary: History, time and temporality in development discourse- Uma Kothari Historical contributions to contemporary development policy issues Social Protection 3. Social security as a developmental institution? The relative efficacy of Poor Relief provisions under the English old Poor Law- Richard Smith 4. Historical lessons about contemporary social welfare: Chinese puzzles and global challenges- R. Bing Wong Commentary: Why might history matter for development policy?- Ravi Kanbur Public Health 5. Health in India since Independence- Sunil S. Amrith 6. Health care policy for American Indians since the early 20th century- Stephen J. Kunitz Commentary: Can historians assist development policy-making, or just highlight its faults?-David Hall-Mathews Public education 7. The end of literacy: The growth and measurement of British public education since the early nineteenth century- David Vincent 8. The tools of transition: Education and development in modern southeast Asian history- Tim Harper Commentary: Remembering the forgetting in education- Lant Pritchett Natural resource management 9. Energy and natural resource dependency in Europe, 1600-1900- Paul Warde 10. Special rights in property: Why modern African economies are dependent on mineral resources- Keith Breckenridge Commentary: Natural resources and development - which histories matter?- Mick Moore Index -- .
C. A. Bayly is Vere Harmsworth Professor of Imperial and Naval History, and Fellow of St Catharine's College, University of Cambridge. Vijayendra Rao is Lead Economist in the Development Research Group, World Bank. Simon Szreter is Professor of History and Public Policy, and Fellow of St John's College, University of Cambridge. Michael Woolcock is Senior Social Scientist in the Development Research Group, World Bank.