Globalization and sustainable development in Africa /
This volume examines globalization within the context of sustainable economic development in Africa, with specific focus on the post-colonial period. Accessible to politicians, public policy analysts, scholars, students, international organizations, non-governmental actors, and the public, it includ...
Rochester, NY :
University of Rochester Press,
|Series:||Rochester studies in African history and the diaspora.
- Part one: Globalization and development: The trouble with globalization: it isn't global enough! / Martin C. Spechler
- Can Africa compete in a global economy? / Baiyee-Mbi Agbor-Baiyee
- A two-track strategy for viable development in Africa / Benaiah Yongo-Bure
- Solutions to Africa's development challenges / Stephen D. Kpinpuo
- Renewable energy, migration-development model, and sustainability entrepreneurship / Rubin Patterson
- Part two: Localities, nations, and globalization: Transborder labor liberalization and social contracts / Karen E. Bravo
- Asante society and the global market / Gracia Clark
- Enterprising women in Zimbabwe: confronting crisis in a globalizing era / Mary J. Osirim
- Sustainable strategies in a postconflict environment: fostering local entrepreneurship in Côte d'Ivoire / Ulf Richter
- Part three: Industrial and financial networking: Globalization and monetary convergence: independent currency union or dollarization? / Christopher E.S. Warburton
- The impact of globalization on emerging markets: the case of Côte d'Ivoire / Ulf Richter
- Globalization and industrial development in Nigeria / Kola Subair
- Interest rates, fiscal policy, and foreign private investment in Nigeria / Iyiola Alade Ajayi and Adeyemi Babalola
- Why Nigeria does not work: obstacles and the alternative path to development / Charles J. Mambula
- Part four: Insecurity and conflicts: The impact of globalization on international security / John Babatunde Bamidele Ojo
- Resource curse, globalization, and conflicts / Ricardo Real Pedrosa de Sousa
- The politics of oil and development and visual metaphors of the crisis in Nigeria's Niger delta / Aderonke Adesola Adesanya
- Islam and the "global war on terror" in West Africa / Abdoulaye Saine.