The Politics of Transition in Africa: State, Democracy & Economic Development

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Giles Mohan, Tunde Zack-Williams
James Currey, 2004 - Africa - 278 pages
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Part of a series of studies that examine political issues confronting African peoples, societies and states, this text explores: theories of the state, the transition to democracy and economic development. Published in association with ROAPE North America: Africa World Press

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A Reevaluation 1976
32
State Capitalist Development in Nigeria 19823
71
The Military State
117
Copyright

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Samuel Hickey is a lecturer in Social Development at the Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester.
Giles Mohan is a lecturer in Development Studies in the Development Policy and Practice discipline of the Open University.

University of Central Lancashire

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