Area Handbook for Ivory Coast

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Section III. Economic

RECOMMENDED FURTHER READING

Among the sources consulted in the preparation of this section, the following are recommended as additional reading on the basis of quality and general availability.

Church R. J. Harrison. West Africa: A Study of the Environment and Man's Use of It. London: Longmans, Green, 1960.

International Labour Organisation. International Labour Office. African Labour Survey. (Studies and Reports, New Series No. 48.) Geneva: ILO, 1958.

Ivory Coast. "Direction de la Statistique et des Études Économiques et Démographiques". Situation Économique de la Côte d'Ivoire, 1960. Abidjan: Direction de la Statistique et des Études Économiques et Démographiques, 1961.

Johnston Bruce F. The Staple Food Economies of Western Tropical Africa. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1958.

Myrdal Gunnar. Rich Lands and Poor: The Road to World Prosperity. ( "World Perspectives, XVI".) New York: Harper, 1957.

"Population and Labour Force in Africa," International Labour Review ( Geneva), LXXXIV, December 1961, 499-514.

Thompson Virginia, and Adloff Richard. French West Africa. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1958.


OTHER SOURCES USED

"Africa and the French Economy," West Africa, November 18, 1961, 1281.

Africa Digest, IX, December 1961, 99; X, August 1962, 37.

African News Digest ( Farrell Lines, New York), II, February 24, 1961; III, April 1962.

"Africa on the Move," West Africa, June 17, 1961, 659.

Africa Report, IV, October 1959, 6; VII, July 1962, 11.

Afrika ( Munich), No. 1, June 1960, 33.

Afrique Nouvelle ( Dakar), July 5, 1961, 5; July 12, 1961, 5.

Afrique Occidentale Française. 2 vols. (Under the direction of Eugène Guernier .) Paris: Encyclopédie Coloniale et Maritime, 1949.

Agence Havas. Guid' Ouest Africain: l'Afrique Occidentale, 1961-1962. Dakar: Agence Havas, 1961.

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