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Title:Trade and industrial development in Africa: rethinking strategy and policy
Editor:Moyo, Theresa
Year:2014
Pages:404
Language:English
City:Dakar
Publisher:CODESRIA
ISBN:9782869785380
Geographic terms:Subsaharan Africa
Botswana
Cameroon
Nigeria
Tanzania
Zambia
Subjects:international trade
industrial development
industrial policy
trade policy
intellectual property
North-South relations
Link:http://www.codesria.org/spip.php?article1982&lang=en
Abstract:This collective volume calls for a rethinking of trade and industry for Africa's development. It proposes alternative strategies and policies which are fundamentally people-centred. Contents: Part One: Trade and industrial policy in Africa: theoretical debates and experiences from developing regions. 1. The case for a developmental trade and industrial policy in Africa (Theresa Moyo); 2. The theoretical basis, elements and impact of Nigeria's trade and industrial policy under the structural adjustment programme (Anthony Monye-Emina); 3. Trade, industrial policy and development in the era of globalization in Africa: the case of Botswana and Tanzania (Stephen Kapunda); 4. Economic reforms in Zambia and India: comparative trade and industrial policy during 1991-1992 (Euston Chiputa); 5. The emergence of China in Cameroon: trade impact and evolution of trade configuration (Sunday A. Khan). Part Two: Trade and industrial policy: international and regional context. 6. EU-Africa Economic Partnership Agreements: risks, rewards and requisites for agricultural trade and African development (Aderibigbe S. Olomola); 7. Trade facilitation: implications for intra-African trade in a globalized economy (Ntangsi Max Memfih); 8. Facilitating the production and export of manufactured goods in Africa and Asia/Pacific: a comparative analysis using panel data (Oluyele Akinkugbe); 9. Africa's development, climate change and carbon trade: whose agenda is it anyway? (Godwell Nhamo). Part Three: Intellectual property rights, technology transfer and culture policy. 10. Intellectual property and technology transfer towards African countries: is international law a beneficial policy? (Patrick Juvet Lowe); 11. The UNESCO Convention for the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expression: implications for African trade and culture policy (E.S. Nwauche). Part Four: Institutional dimensions of trade and industrial policy. 12. Rethinking industrial policy in Africa: towards an institutional framework (Howard Stein); 13. Institutional foundation of trade and industrial policies in Africa (Adewole Musiliu Adeolu); 14. Conclusions and recommendations (Theresa Moyo and Aderibigbe S. Olomola). [ASC Leiden abstract].