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Changing Youth Dynamics in Lusaka’s Information Economy in the Context of Economic Liberation

Published: Apr 3rd, 2014

by┬áKaren Tranberg Hansen Abstract The paper examines the consequences of changes in economic regime on the self-employed in Lusaka and attendant political dynamics. The focus is on urban vendors, particularly… Read More

Economic Reforms and Health Conditions of the Urban Poor in Tanzania

Published: Mar 28th, 2014

by Joe L. P. Lugalla, University of New Hampshire “Since the human being is the centre of all development, the human condition is the only final measure of development. Improving… Read More

Decentralization, Local Governance and the Democratic Transition in Southern Africa: A Comparative Analysis

Published: Mar 25th, 2014

by James S. Wunsch Introduction What factors are required for viable, democratic, local governments in Africa? This is an important question for several reasons. First, in an era of continuing… Read More

The Public Sector, Privatization, and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

Published: Mar 18th, 2014

by James S. Guseh Abstract At the time of independence, nearly all African countries identified capitalism with neocolonialism and therefore adopted a statist approach to economic development, with government being… Read More