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The Palgrave handbook of African politics, governance and development
Éditeur Palgrave Macmillan
Année 2017
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Introduction: Contextualizing the debates on politics, governance and development ; Competing theories and concepts on politics, governance, and development ; Theory of the crises of the state ; Post-colonialism: Theoretical foundations and relevance to African politics ; Decoloniality as a combative ontology in African development ; Theories of social change and development in Africa ; Theoretical Foundations of Nation-Building ; Pre-colonial Political Institutions: Relevance for Contemporary Africa ; Politics and Society in Pre-colonial Africa: Implications for Governance in Contemporary Times ; Settler and Non-settler Colonialism in Africa ; Nationalism in Africa: Concepts, Types and Phases ; Nationalism and Political Independence in Africa ; Theories of Military in African Politics ; Coups and Countercoups in Africa ; Military and Transition Politics ; Civil-Military Relations in Africa ; Politics of Identity and the Crisis of Nation-Building in Africa ; Migration and Xenophobia in Africa ; Identity Politics and Wars of Secession in Africa ; Ethnic Identity and Conflicts in Africa ; Identities, Conflicts, and Africa's Refugee Crises ; Resource Control and Conflict in Africa ; Trade Unions and the Struggle for Democracy in Africa ; The Peasantry and Politics in Africa ; Civil Society Organizations and Democratic Governance in Africa ; Uncivil Society and Ethnic Militia in African Politics ; Migration and Urbanization in Africa ; Democracy and Political Development in Africa ; Political Parties and Democracy in Africa ; Institutions, Neopatrimonial Politics and Democratic Development ; Gender and Governance ; Political Participation and Political Citizenship ; Media and Politics in Africa ; Public Procurement and Development in Africa ; Challenges of Economic Development in Africa: The Dichotomy of a Debate and the Africanist View ; Resource Governance and the Crisis of Development ; Illicit Financial Flows and the African Development Conundrum ; Public Good and the Crises of Service Delivery in Africa ; Rethinking Regional Integration for Development and Eradication of Poverty in Africa: The Missing Link ; The Resilient Informal Economy in the Milieu of African Development ; The Role of International Financial Institutions in Africa ; Africa in the Global Trading System ; Africa and Foreign Direct Investment ; Africa and the BRICS: In Whose Interest? ; Africa's Development Narratives: From Growth to Wellbeing ; The Politics of Foreign Aid ; From OAU to AU: Rethinking Supranational Governance in Africa ; Pan-Africanism is Africa's Third Way: The Cultural Relevance of African Political Economy ; Demography and the Future of Africa ; From Hard to Human Security: Rethinking the Security Architecture in Africa ; Research, Innovation and Higher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa ; Energy Security and the Future of Development in Africa ; Climate Change, Food Security and Sustainable Development in Africa ; The Political Economy of Corruption ; Rethinking Governance and Development
This handbook constitutes a single collection of well researched articles and essays on African politics, governance and development from the pre-colonial through colonial to the post-colonial eras. Over the course of these interconnected periods, African politics have evolved with varied experiences across different parts of the continent. As politics is embedded both in the economy and the society, Africa has witnessed some changes in politics, economics, demography and its relations with the world in ways that requires in-depth analysis. This work provides an opportunity for old and new scholars to engage in the universe of the debate around African politics, governance and development and will serve as a ready reference material for students, researchers, policy makers and investors that are concerned with these issues (Résumé de l'éditeur)
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