The Political Economy of Economic Growth in Africa, 1960-2000

 

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The Political Economy of Economic Growth in Africa, 1960-2000

Benno J. Ndulu, Stephen A. O'Connell, Robert Bates, Paul Collier and Charles C. Soludo, editors

 

 

Foreword, by AERC Secretariat

Foreword

 

Overview

 

1

Benno J. Ndulu and Stephen A. O'Connell

Policy Plus: African Economic Growth Performance, 1960-2000

2

Paul Collier and Stephen A. O'Connell

Opportunities and Choices

3

Augustin K. Fosu

Anti-Growth Syndromes in Africa: A Synthesis of the Case Studies

 

Interpretation

 

4

Robert H. Bates

Domestic Interests and Control Regimes

5

Paul Collier and Jan Willem Gunning

Sacrificing the Future: Intertemporal Strategies and their Implications for Growth

6

Jean-Paul Azam

The Political Geography of Redistribution

7

Robert H. Bates

Political Conflict and State Failure

8

Jan Willem Gunning

Shocks, Risk and African Growth

 

Explanation

 

9

Benno J. Ndulu

The Evolution of Global Development Paradigms and their Influence on African Economic Growth

10

Robert H. Bates

Political Reform

11

Robert H. Bates and Paul Collier with Anke Hoeffler and Stephen A. O'Connell

Endogenizing Syndromes

 

Looking Ahead

 

12

Paul Collier, Jan Willem Gunning, Benno J. Ndulu and Stephen A. O'Connell

Harnessing Growth Opportunities: How Africa Can Advance


The Political Economy of Economic Growth in Africa: Country Case Studies

Benno J. Ndulu, Stephen A. O'Connell, Jean-Paul Azam, Robert H. Bates, Augustin K. Fosu, Jan Willem Gunning, and Dominique Njinkeu, editors

 

 

Foreword*

AERC Secretariat

1

Overview

 Stephen A. O’Connell

 

Landlocked Economies

2

Burundi

Janvier D. Nkurunziza and Floribert Ngaruko

3

Chad

Jean-Paul Azam and Nadjiounoum Djimtoingar

4

Ethiopia

Alemayehu Geda

5

Malawi

Chinyamata Chipeta and Mjedo Mkandawire

6

Mali

Massa Coulibaly and Amadou Diarra

7

Sudan

Ali Abdel Gadir Ali and Ibrahim A. Elbadawi

8

Uganda

Louis A. Kasekende and Michael Atingi-Ego

 

Coastal Economies

9

Ghana

Ernest Aryeetey and Augustin K. Fosu

10

Kenya

Francis F. Mwega and Njuguna S. Ndung'u

11

Mauritius

Shyam Nath and Yeti Nisha Madhoo

12

Senegal

Mansour Ndiaye

13

Tanzania

Nkunde Mwase and Benno Ndulu

14

Togo

Tchaboure Aime Gogue and Kodjo Evlo

 

Resource-Rich Economies

15

Botswana

Gervase S. Maipose and Thalepo C. Matsheka

16

Cameroon

Georges Kobou, Dominique Njinkeu and Bruno Powo Fosso

17

Guinea

Sekou F. Doumbouya and Fode Camara

18

Nigeria

Milton A. Iyoha and Dickson E. Oriakhi

19

Sierra Leone

Victor A. B. Davies

 

 

 

 

CD-ROM chapters

 

Coastal Economies

20

Burkina Faso

Kimseyinga Savadogo, Siaka Coulibaly and Coleen A. McCracken

21

Niger

Ousmane Samba Mamadou and Mahaman Sani Yakoubou

 

Landlocked Economies

22

Benin

Antonin S. Dossou and Jean-Yves Sinzogan with Sylviane Mensah

23

Cote d'Ivoire

Marcel Kouadio Benie

24

Mozambique

Clara de Sousa and Jose Sulemane

 

Resource-Rich Economies

25

Congo, Rep. of

Celestin Tsassa and Benjamin Yamb

26

Namibia

Tekaligne Godana and John E. Odada

27

Zambia

Inyambo Mwanawina and James Mulungushi

 

*See Foreword for Volume 1.