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Development policy in crisis: The case of Sub-Saharan africa and its consequences for cooperation

By Wolfgang Zehender


The present crisis symptoms evident in most developing economies are particularly pronounced in black Africa. Although this is largely due to factors beyond the control of the countries concerned, inappropriate development strategies have aggravated their effects. In order to mobilize the black African countries' own potential for development, a reorientation of both their internal policies and their cooperation with industrialised countries is called for

Topics: ddc:330, Sub-Sahara
Publisher: Springer Heidelberg
Year: 1982
DOI identifier: 10.1007/BF02927884
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Provided by: EconStor

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