Innovating Development Strategies in Africa

Innovating Development Strategies in Africa

The Role of International, Regional and National Actors

Signe, Landry (Stanford University, California)

Cambridge University Press

08/2017

256

Dura

Inglês

9781107173071

15 a 20 dias

This book examines postcolonial strategies for economic development in Africa, and the role of international, regional and national actors in the development of these strategies. It is for scholars and practitioners of international/global/development studies, political science, economics, sociology, public policy and African studies.
1. Innovation in African economic development strategy: literature review and conceptual clarification; 2. Theoretical and methodological framework: ideas, interests, institutions, time, and the role of international, regional, and national actors in economic development strategy; 3. Time, historical context, and innovation in African development strategies; 4. Ideas, values, paradigms and policy innovations in Africa; 5. Interests, strategies, and policy innovation in Africa; 6. How do international, regional, and national actors affect innovation in African development strategies?
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