Economic development in Africa: international efforts, issues and prospects

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Akinrinade, O. and Barling, K. 2013. Economic development in Africa: international efforts, issues and prospects. UK Bloomsbury Academic.
TitleEconomic development in Africa: international efforts, issues and prospects
AuthorsAkinrinade, O. and Barling, K.
Abstract

Economic development is one of the key issues that has confronted Africa since the beginning of independence, more than a quarter-century ago. The countries of Africa have not only recognised the need for international assistance, but also the need for self-help along with various collective efforts in tackling the problems of development.
The principal concern of Economic Development in Africa is with the contributions of the international environment to the development process in Africa. It considers efforts conceived within bilateral, multilateral and regional frameworks, acting as an introduction to the economic and political dimensions of these approaches. This specially commissioned collection brings together a number of scholars working in the field of International Relations with specialist interest in Africa.

LanguageEnglish
SeriesBloomsbury Academic Collections Economic
ISBN
Hardcover9781472512727
Electronic9781472513311
Electronic9781472553713
PublisherBloomsbury Academic
Place of publicationUK
Publication dates
Print07 Nov 2013
Online30 Apr 2014
Publication process dates
Deposited06 May 2014
Output statusPublished
Web address (URL)https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/economic-development-in-africa-9781472512727/
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.5040/9781472553713
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