The debates over what African economic integration and development actually entails continue across international economic organizations, national governments and NGOs. Despite the glare of media attention and the position this issue has on international political agendas, few comprehensive accounts exist that fully examine why this process will be inevitable in the 21st century and how integration of national economies can be attuned to attaining the socio-economic goals and aspirations of member-countries. This book addresses this problem. It combines theory with application, enumerating the imperatives and initiatives governments will be forced to confront; providing insights for educators and students in African development, for policy makers in African governments, and for inter-governmental organizations.
|Publication date:||22nd June 2006|
|Author:||Henry Kyambalesa, Mathurin C. Houngnikpo|
|Publisher:||Ashgate Publishing Limited an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd|
|Categories:||Macroeconomics, Regional geography, International trade, Regional geography,|
Henry Kyambalesa is Adjunct Professor in the School for Professional Studies at Regis University, Denver, USA, as well as an Independent Business and Management Researcher and Consultant. Mathurin C. Houngnikpo is Visiting Professor in International Studies at Miami University of Ohio, Ohio, USA.More About Henry Kyambalesa, Mathurin C. Houngnikpo