Renewing Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Policy, Performance and Prospects

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Ian Livingstone, D. G. R. Belshaw, The Late Arthur Ian Livingstone
Routledge, 2002 - Science - 478 pages
Renewing Development in Sub-Saharan Africa reviews the debates and brings together specialist contributions, to provide a clear guide to the major complexities of African development. They lay the foundation for designing a range of individual country-specific policy-sets, in which the strategic components are prioritized according to each country's constraints and opportunities. The emphasis of the book is on the identification of effective strategies that will enable individual countries to most effectively exploit their growth opportunities and to meet poverty-reducing and other key equity objectives.

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Deryke Belshaw is Professor Emeritus of Development Studies at the University of East Anglia and Dean of Development Studies at the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies. Ian Livingstone was Professor of Development Economics at the University of East Anglia.

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