4 edition of The Future of regionalism of Africa found in the catalog.
The Future of regionalism of Africa
|Statement||[edited by] R.I. Onwuka, Amadu Sesay.|
|Contributions||Onwuka, Ralph I., Sesay, Amadu.|
|LC Classifications||HC800 .F87 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||84040335|
This book explores the phenomenon of regionalism. In a seeming contradiction to globalization, there is a growing tendency for countries to enter into regional arrangements as a response to the pressures of operating in a global marketplace. But regionalism is Author: Mary Farrell. A good part of the future of regional development in Africa relies on this “if”. 4 Written by academics based in North America, Great Britain and South Africa, and experts at international organizations and consulting companies, the 10 chapters of the book cover a particularly broad scope. Regional development provides an umbrella under Author: Olivier Walther.
Regionalism in Africa Genealogies, institutions and trans-state networks Daniel C Bach, Emile Durkheim Centre for Comparative Politics and Sociology, Sciences Po Bordeaux. Series: Routledge Studies in African Politics and International Relations This is an indispensable book, . There are also hopeful signs that as democracy takes firmer root across the continent, progressive economic growth continues in some states, civil society becomes more relevant and assertive, and the post-colonial ancient regime makes way for a new class of rational leadership, Africa will be better positioned in future to make regionalism work.
challenges facing Africa. It explores how new regionalism could contribute to the resolution of a range of crises and challenges on the continent. The study focuses on Africa’s past regionalist experience, the role of new regionalism in addressing Africa’s trade and investment dilemma, as . The political economy of regionalism in Africa: a decade of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) S. K. B. Asante. Praeger, - Business & Economics - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a The political economy of regionalism in Africa: a decade of the Economic Community of West.
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But the issue of multiple membership remains an obstacle to further regional integration, and unless the counterproductive situation of each sub-region having three to four organisations (except North Africa) is fundamentally changed (Mistry.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Future of regionalism in Africa. London: Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Beyond academia, Regionalism in Africa is accessible to a wider audience and should rapidly occupy a prominent place on the bookshelves of policymakers who aspire to a less fragmented Africa.
Olivier Walther, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, Book Review in Journal of Borderlands Studies, Bach has assembled a book that reads Format: Hardcover.
In so doing, the book moves the discussion of new regionalism forward at the same time as it adds important insights to security and development. It is organized into three parts. Part I theorizes, conceptualizes and analyzes the new regionalism in Africa from the point of view of the region (e.g.
West, East, Central and Southern Africa).Cited by: This important book examines the challenges to regionalism in southern Africa. It tackles the issues of political and economic instability, overlapping membership in regional economic organisations, increased intra-regional trade through the creation of free trade agreements, the ability to secure needed foreign investment, and the failure of.
Book January Part I theorizes, conceptualizes and analyzes the new regionalism in Africa from the point of view of the region (e.g. West, East, Central and Southern Africa). The. The misconceived perception that decisions made by a few elites are good for all could potentially foment resentment by ordinary African citizens against regionalism.
Books shelved as regionalism: Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development by Mark Beeson, A World of Regions. growth and development thatis crucial to prevent Africa from being further marginalized within the world economy.
For such critics, market integration is part of the problem, not part of the solution. They argue for, example that: (1) regionalism will not shield Africa from the global economy and that “Africa will only begin to grow again if it. Beyond academia, Regionalism in Africa is accessible to a wider audience and should rapidly occupy a prominent place on the bookshelves of policymakers who aspire to a less fragmented Africa.
Olivier Walther, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, Book Review in Journal of Borderlands Studies, Bach has assembled a book that reads.
Book: The future of regionalism in Africa pp pp. pages Abstract: This book presents a comprehensive and critical account of the organization and historical development of the major regional organizations organizations Subject Category: Institutions and OrganisationsCited by: This book is dedicated to the implications of the New Regionalism for global security and development.
The fourth volume in the five-volume New Regionalism Series, it features contributions from the UNU/WIDER project on New Regionalism. Earlier volumes have dealt with the relationship between globalization and regionalization as well as various national perspectives from the North and from the.
In so doing, the book moves the discussion of new regionalism forward at the same time as it adds important insights to security and development.
It is organized into three parts. Part I theorizes, conceptualizes and analyzes the new regionalism in Africa from the point of view of the region (e.g.
West, East, Central and Southern Africa). The Political Economy of Regionalism in Southern Africa [Lee, Margaret C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Political Economy of Regionalism in Southern AfricaCited by: cally as South Africa since the few years leading up to the democratic elections of With only a few exceptions, the pre-democratic South African architecture of the 20th century has always lacked a unique identity.
But, coinciding with trends towards Critical-Regionalism and ‘green’ initiatives, the. African, British and American political scientists examine the evolution of the main African regional organizations and assay the implications of their well-nigh universal failure to foster economic ties among their members.
They suggest, first, that cooperation on projects-particularly infrastructure-may offer more possibilities than common markets, and, second, that awareness of the. This presentation was part of the Centre of EU Studies panel at the 10th Ghent-Africa Platform Symposium, 9th December The panel focused on different aspects of.
Globalism and the New Regionalism This is the first of five volumes reporting on the UNU-WIDER study on New Regionalism. It deals with the conceptions and meanings of two processes which probably will have a crucial influence on the shape of the 'new world order' - globalization and regionalization.
Africa, which was not long ago discarded as a hopeless and irrelevant region, has become a new 'frontier' for global trade, investment and the conduct of international relations. This book surveys the socio-economic, intellectual and security related dimensions of African regionalisms since the Brand: Taylor And Francis.
Contemporary regional development in Africa Like regionalism, the book itself is a bridge between policy and academia, as many of the authors have a background in development work or related think tanks.
an open task left to future students and researchers of African regionalisms to whom this book will hopefully serve as inspiration and Author: Antonia Witt.
In so doing, the book moves the discussion of new regionalism forward at the same time as it adds important insights to security and development. It is organized into three parts.
Part I theorizes, conceptualizes and analyzes the new regionalism in Africa from the point of view of the region (e.g. West, East, Central and Southern Africa).promotion of regionalism in Southeast Asia, alongside concerns regarding intra-regional - predators and internal communist insurgencies.
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