The Political Economy of Senegal under Structural Adjustment

By Christopher L. Delgado; Sidi Jammeh | Go to book overview

THE POLITICAL
ECONOMY OF SENEGAL
UNDER STRUCTURAL
ADJUSTMENT

Edited by
Christopher L. Delgado
and
Sidi Jammeh

Published in Cooperation with
the School of Advanced International Studies,
Johns Hopkins University

New York
PRAEGER Westport, Connecticut
London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction - Structural Change in a Hostile Environment 1
  • Notes 19
  • The Economy Since Independence 21
  • Notes 30
  • Agricultural Crisis: Past and Future 31
  • Notes 44
  • Creating the Basis for Long-Term Growth 47
  • Notes 58
  • Ideological and Institutional Antecedents of the New Agricultural Policy 59
  • Animation Rurale: Biography of an African Administrative Agency 69
  • Notes 82
  • The New Agricultural Policy: Its Feasibility and Implications for the Future 85
  • Notes 94
  • Agricultural Performance Under Structural Adjustment 97
  • Notes 118
  • The Politics of Independence: 1960-1986 119
  • Notes 126
  • Politics Under the Specter of Deindustrialization: "Structural Adjustment" in Practice 127
  • Notes 147
  • The Impact of the Reforms on the Urban Population: How the Dakarois View the Crisis 151
  • Notes 172
  • The Senegambia Confederation 175
  • Notes 193
  • Glossary of Acronyms 195
  • Bibliography 199
  • Index 209
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