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Uganda as an African ‘Developmental State’?

  • Timothy M Shaw
Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES)

Abstract

The ‘New African Partnership for Development’ (NEPAD) implies that, at the start of a new century, the continent can yet combine growth with participation. The notion of an African (democratic) ‘developmental state’ suggests that the definition and sustainability of human development in Africa is increasingly a function of novel forms of governance from local to national, regional to global levels.

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Civil Society Fair Trade Debt Relief Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper Ethical Trade Initiative 
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© Timothy M. Shaw 2005

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  • Timothy M Shaw

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