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Africa's Incomplete Cycles of Development

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Beschreibung

This book is an enthralling account which interrogates the present realities obtaining in the continent and how they interplay to stagnate Africa. The authors add a new voice to issues affecting development by venturing into largely unexplored niches of the development story of contemporary Africa.



Juxtaposing qualitative as well as quantitative facts across the broader African continent, the authors explore critical issues compounding developmental woes of the continent at the present. Despite the facts being on the fringes as explanations to the sluggish development of Africa, the authors show how they interact in shaping its development discourse. The authors also study unfolding events on the unforgiving global economy which have added to the misery of the continent. This book is an enthralling account which interrogates Africa's present realities and how they interplay to further stagnate the continent. The authors add a new voice to issues affecting development by venturing into largely unexplored niches of Africa's development conundrum.



Autorentext

Kenneth Mahuni is a winner of the newly instituted Amartya Sen Prize 2020 courtesy of the International Economic Association (IEA). He has a Master's Degree in International Trade and Policy from South Korea and is an independent researcher. He has published research papers in journals focusing on economic issues such as industrial clusters and international trade. This is his first major book contribution and was largely inspired by experiences in visiting countries such as South Korea, India, Malaysia, Tanzania, Botswana among others.

Josiah Taru is an anthropologist working in Zimbabwe. His research focuses on the intersection of Pentecostalism, money, wealth, and everyday lives in post-colonial Zimbabwe.

Wellington G. Bonga is a researcher in the areas of development, finance, taxation, and social aspects. He has more than fifty research papers published in international journals. He holds a PhD in Economics from Atlantic International University, a MCom Finance from Great Zimbabwe University, a MSc Economics from University of Zimbabwe, a Master of Business Administration from Zimbabwe Open University, a BSc (Hons) Economics degree from University of Zimbabwe, and a Certificate in Practical Labour Law from Cape Town University.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Africa's Incomplete Cycles of Development
Autor:
EAN: 9781433168215
ISBN: 978-1-4331-6821-5
Format: Fester Einband
Genre: Wirtschaft
Gewicht: g
Größe: H225mm x B225mm x T150mm
Jahr: 2020
Auflage: Neuausg.