Prospects for Recovery and Sustainable Development in Africa

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the policy remedies brought by the IMF-World Bank structural adjustment programs and their policy implications. The main themes of the book are discussed from a multidisciplinary perspective. Presenters of essays have retained the flavor of open debate. The editor has introduced each part. Most parts include closing comments and discussions by other colloquium participants, thereby demonstrating intellectual pluralism. Finally there is the editor's conclusion recapitulating the major issues involved in Prospects for Growth and Sustainable Development.


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1
The World Bank, Sub-Saharan Africa from Crisis to Sustainable Growth: A Long-Term Perspective Study ( Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, 1989); United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), And Africa's Development 1983- 2008: A Preliminary Perspective Study ( Addis Ababa, 1983).
2
W. Asenso Okyere, "The Response of Farmers to Ghana's Adjustment Policies," and John S. Addo, "Exchange Rate Reforms Under Ghana's Economic Recovery Programme", both in Background Papers, The Long-Term Perspective Study of Sub-Saharan Africa: Volume 2. Economic and Sectoral Policy Issues ( Washington, D.C.: The World Bank, 1990), 74-82, 84-91.
3
Charles Bettelheirn and J. Charrièe, "Une Experience de Planification; La Guinee," in Cahiers Internationaux, No. 116-117, Mars, Avril 1961 ( Paris).
4
Aguibou Y. Yansané, "Guinea: The Significance of the Coup of April 1984 and Economic Issues," World Development 18, no. 9 ( 1990): 1231-1246. Aguibou Y. Yansané , Decolonization of West African States with French Colonial Legacy, Comparison and Contrast: Development in Guinea, Côte d'Ivoire and Senegal, 1945- 1980. ( Cambridge, Mass. Schenkman Publishing Corp., Inc. 1984, 1989), Chapter 3.
5
Ibid.
6
Nguyuru H. I. Lipumba, "Reflections on Long-Term Development Strategy in Tanzania in the World Bank," The Long-Term Perspective Study of Sub-Saharan Africa: Volume I, County Perspectives ( Washington, DC: The World Bank, 1990), pp. 81-85; Goran Hyden, Beyond Ujamaa in Tanzania: Underdevelopment and an Uncaptured Peasantry ( Berkeley, and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1980); Horace Campbell and Howard Stein, eds. Tanzania and the IMF: The Dynamics of Liberalization ( Boulder, San Francisco and Oxford: Westview Press, 1992). See last for background materials.
7
Countertrade in its various forms of buybacks, offsets and barter, allows trade without direct exchange of currencies. A study by the U.S. Department of Commerce estimates it as involving over twenty percent of all world trade See Costas G. Alexandrides , Countertrade: Practice, Strategies and Tactics ( New York: John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1987), Leo G. B. Welt, Trade Without Money, ( Clifton: Law and Business Inc., 1984), Business International Corporation, Threats and Opportunities ofGlobal Countertrade

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