Africa to 2000 and Beyond: Imperative Political and Economic Agenda

Published on 1 January 1994

This book examines the major causes of Africa’s economic and social crisis, which although recognized and widely discussed from the early 1980s, not only continues unabated but has become a dynamic and self-reinforcing process. The authors present an economic and political agenda in which Africans and their countries are perceived as the main actors for dealing with the crisis. The agenda differs fundamentally from traditional approaches and theories in some important areas.

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Ndegwa, P. and Green, R.H.
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