The book stipulates the need for African leaders to create viable democratic systems of government, and generate appropriate ideologies through referendums to guide national pursuits and endeavors. It also highlights the need for Africas leaders to seek the cooperation and genuine participation of NGOs in generating solutions to national problems, and the necessity of the establishment of a long-term commitment to development programs among both the elite and the populace. Other stipulations proffered by the author include the reduction or complete removal of taxes on essential foodstuffs, and the strict secularization of governance and politics. The author also underscores the imperative for African nations to develop an ability to learn from socio-economic experiences of other countries, and for them to take advantage of the current altruism among industrialized nations to foster mutually beneficial north-south relations.
The different notions and versions of economic though that constitute what is generally and collectively referred to as the theory of international trade are provided in the appendix.
The book is mainly intended for policy makers in the African Union, aid officials in donor countries, and both graduate and undergraduate students in International Economics, Development Studies, and International Technology Analysis and Management.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
HENRY KYAMBALESA is an adjunct member of the MBA faculty in the School of Professional Studies at Regis University, and an independent business and management researcher and consultant in Denver, Colorado.
Development Studies, Economics/AFRICA