Ethiopia: the political economy of transition
From the mid-nineteenth century to the present, Ethiopian society has been in a state of major transition. The author thoroughly examines the history, politics, economics, and sociology of ancient and contemporary Ethiopian society. Ethiopia: The Political Economy of Transition also systematically documents the recent Ethiopian experience as it unfolded from the 1974 revolution to the present. Without prejudice to any political group that was involved in the revolution, the book analyzes the role of political actors in the mass uprising.
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The Political Economy of Ethiopia 18551916
Haile Selassies Government and
The Ethiopian Peoples Revolutionary Party
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Abyssinia Addis Ababa administrative agenda Amhara areas army Article Asmera bourgeoisie campaign capital capitalist central Chairman Chapter Committee Constitution contrary COPWE created declared Dejazmach democratic Derg Derg members Derg's economic Emperor EPLF EPRA EPRP EPRP's Eritrea Ethiopian economy Ethiopian Left Ethiopian politics Ethiopian revolution Ethiopian society Ethiopian Student fact farms feudal forces foreign formation fronts Ghelawdewos Araia Gojjam Gondar Haile Selassie Harar hence Ibid implementation important industrial Jimma Kaffa Kebelles Kilil kingdom kingdom of Kaffa land reform land tenure latter leadership major masses Meisone Mekonnen Menelik Mengistu military Ministry mode of production movement National Shengo officials op.cit organizations Oromo Party PDRE peasantry peasants PMAC proclamation question of nationalities Red Terror regime regions revolutionary rural sector Shewa Sidama significant number social socialist socioeconomic Somali struggle Teferi Tewodros Tigray Tigrayans TPLF transition University USUAA Wollo workers Yohannes Zemecha