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Africa's Choices

  • Couverture cartonnée
  • 456 Nombre de pages
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Michael Barratt Brown is the chair of TWIN Ltd. and of Twin Trading Ltd. Michael Barratt Brown is the chair of TWIN Ltd. and of Twin Trading Ltd.

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They also challenge our failure to open up our markets to African exports and our minds to African expertise. Examined here in a manner that is both penetrating and hardheaded, what Africans themselves are saying and doing indicates the basis for a continents self-transformation and an agenda for the kind of support they are seeking. }

Résumé
"For thirty years, the World Bank has proposed policies that have produced few economic benefits but have eroded the traditional strengths of African society--even the Bank itself now admits this. But w"

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* Introduction: Something New out of Africa What Was Proposed From Outside * How Old Is Africas Crisis? * Alternative Growth Models in the Post-colonial State * Redistribution and Basic Needs * Structural Adjustmentby the World Bank * Crisis Management: Commodity Exports and Debt * The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse What Africans Are Seeking * Africa Must Unite: The Alternative Vision * Regional Groupings in Africa * Common Defence of Common Resources * Transformation and Self-reliance * An African Model of Industrial Development * The Informal, Second Economy * Let the Women Lead! * Developing Human Resources * Rural Development from the Grass Roots * Urbanization and Workers Organizations A Framework For Cooperation * Cooperation on the Ground * Africa in the World Economy

Détails sur le produit

Titre: Africa's Choices
Sous-titre: After Thirty Years Of The World Bank
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Code EAN: 9780813333342
ISBN: 978-0-8133-3334-2
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Editeur: Little, Brown and Company
Genre: Economie internationale
nombre de pages: 456
Poids: 462g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm
Année: 1997