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The Political economy of economic growth in Africa, 1960-2000

Author: Ndulu, Benno J. ; O'Connell, Stephen A. ; Bates, Robert H. ; Collier, Paul ; Soludo, Chukwuma C.Publisher: Cambridge University Press (CUP) 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 452 p. : Graphs/Ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9780521878487Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and indexContents Note: Vol. 1, 452 p. ; Vol. 2 "Country case studies", 719 p.
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Includes bibliographical references and index

Vol. 1, 452 p. ; Vol. 2 "Country case studies", 719 p.

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The Political Economy of Economic Growth in Africa, 1960-2000 Volume 1 Contents List of figures [page vii] List of tables [ix] List of contributors [xii] Foreword [xv] List of acronyms [xviii] PART 1 OVERVIEW 1 Policy plus: African growth performance, 1960-2000 [3] Benno J. Ndulu and Stephen A. O'Connell 2 Opportunities and choices [76] Paul Collier and Stephen A. O'Connell 3 Anti-growth syndromes in Africa: a synthesis of the case studies [137] Augustin Kwasi Fosu PART 2 INTERPRETATION 4 Domestic interests and control regimes [175] Robert H. Bates 5 Sacrificing the future: intertemporal strategies and their implications for growth [202] Paul Collier and Jan Willem Gunning 6 The political geography of redistribution [225] Jean-Paul Azam 7 Political conflict and state failure [249] Robert H. Bates 8 Shocks, risk, and African growth [297] Jan Willem Gunning PART 3 EXPLANATION 9 The evolution of global development paradigms and their influence on African economic growth [315] Benno J. Ndulu 10 Political reform [348] Robert H. Bates 11 Endogenizing syndromes [391] Paul Collier and Robert H. Bates, with Anke Hoeffler and Stephen A. O'Connell PART 4 LOOKING AHEAD 12 Harnessing growth opportunities: how Africa can advance [421] Paul Collier, Jan Willem Gunning, Stephen A. O'Connell, and Benno J. Ndulu Index [439] The Political Economy of Economic Growth in Africa, 1960-2000 Volume 2 Country Case Studies List of figures [page viii] List of tables [xi] List of contributors [xviii] List of contributors to the CD-ROM [xxvi] Foreword [xxx] List of acronyms [xxxiii] 1 Overview [1] Stephen A. O'Connell PART I LANDLOCKED ECONOMIES 2 Why has Burundi grown so slowly? The political economy of redistribution [51] Janvier D. Nkurunziza and Floribert Ngaruko 3 Cotton, war, and growth in Chad, 1960-2000 [86] Jean-Paul Azam and Nadjiounoum Djimtoïngar 4 The political economy of growth in Ethiopia [116] Alemayehu Geda 5 Man-made opportunities and growth in Malawi [143] Chinyamata Chipeta and Mjedo Mkandawire 6 Climate vulnerability, political instability, investment, and growth in a landlocked, Sahelian economy: Niger, 1960-2000 [166] Ousmane Samba Mamadou and Mahaman Sani Yakoubou 7 Explaining Sudan's economic growth performance [193] Ali Abdel Gadir Ali and Ibrahim A. Elbadawi 8 Restarting and sustaining growth in a post-conflict economy: the case of Uganda [244] Louis A. Kasekende and Michael Atingi-Ego PART II COASTAL ECONOMIES 9 Economic growth in Ghana, 1960-2000 [289] Ernest Aryeetey and Augustin Kwasi Fosu 10 Explaining African economic growth performance: the case of Kenya [325] Francis M. Mwega and Njuguna S. Ndung'u 11 A shared growth story of economic success: the case of Mauritius [369] Shyam Nath and Yeti Nisha Madhoo 12 State control and poor economic growth performance in Senegal [401] Mansour Ndiaye 13 Tanzania: explaining four decades of episodic growth [426] Nkunde Mwase and Benno J. Ndulu 14 Togo: lost opportunities for growth [471] Tchabouré Aimé Gogue and Kodjo Evlo PART III RESOURCE-RICH ECONOMIES 15 The indigenous developmental state and growth in Botswana [511] Gervase S. Maipose and Thapelo C. Matsheka 16 The political economy of Cameroon's post-independence growth experience [547] Georges Kobou, Dominique Njinkeu, and Bruno Powo Fosso 17 Explaining economic growth in Africa: the case of Guinea [588] Sékou F. Doumbouya and Fodé Camara 18 Explaining African economic growth performance: the case of Nigeria [621] Milton A. Iyoha and Dickson E. Oriakhi 19 Sierra Leone's economic growth performance, 1961-2000 [660] Victor A. B. Davies Index [697] Contents of the CD-ROM APPENDIX TO PART I: LANDLOCKED ECONOMIES 20 Analyzing growth in Burkina Faso, 1960-2000 [3] Kimseyinga Savadogo, Siaka Coulibaly and Coleen A. McCracken 21 Mali: du "tout Etat» a la croissance invisible [51] Massa Coulibaly et Amadou Diarra APPENDIX TO PART IL COASTAL ECONOMIES 22 Economic growth in Benin: lost opportunities [87] Antonin S. Dossou and Jean-Yves Sinzogan, with Sylviane Mensah 23 Explication de la croissance en Côte d'Ivoire [119] Marcel Kouadi Benie 24 Mozambique's growth performance, 1960-1997 [167] Clara de Sousa and Jose Sulemane APPENDIX TO PART III: RESOURCE-RICH ECONOMIES 25 Croissance off-shore au Congo et économie rentière [197] Célestin Tsassa et Benjamin Yamb 26 A case study of Namibia [237] Tekaligne Godana and John E. Odada 27 Zambia [272] Inyambo Mwanawina and James Mulungushi

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