Click to have a closer look
About this book
About this book
A reaction to the limited development in Africa in the 1980's, this title seeks to identify a long-term development strategy for the continent, focusing on, for example, the redistribution of assets and enlarged access to basic services, the widening of production structures, and the revitalisation of the food crop sector.
Part 1 The crisis of the 1980s: external shocks, adjustment policies and economic and social performance, Eva Jespersen. Part 2 The variety of adjustment experiences in the 1980s - five national case studies: the impact of self-imposed adjustment - the case of Burkina Faso 1983-89, Kimseyinga Savadogo and Claude Wetta; stabilization without structural adjustment - the case of the Niger 1982-89, Kiari Liman Tinguiri; adjustment policies in Tanzania 1981-89 - the impact on growth, structure and human welfare, Jumanne Hamisi Wagao; the economic policies of Zambia in the 1980s - towards structural transformation with a human focus?, Venkatesh Seshamani; liberalization for development - Zimbabwe's adjustment without the fund, Rob Davies, David Sanders and Timothy Shaw. Part 3 An alternative approach for the development of Africa in the 1990s and beyond: overview of an alternative long-term development strategy, Giovanni Andrea Cornia, Rolph van der Hoeven and Thandika Mkandawire; the supply side - changing production structures and accelerating growth, Giovanni Andrea Cornia, Rolph van der Hoeven and Sanjaya Lall; enhancing income distibution and rationalizing consumption patterns, Benno Ndulu; policies for the revitalization of human resource development, Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Jocelyn de Jong; external dependence and long-term development with a democratic face, Thandika Mknadawire; short-term policies for long-term development, Frances Stewart.