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This is an examination of the key themes in Africa's fiscal reforms and trade liberalization, and her prospects for improving trade and development. In this work, differing reform strategies are reformed and assessed with a range of case studies of fiscal reform in Kenya, the Cote d'Ivoire and Tanzania. The impact of trade liberalization and the linking of aid and trade by donor countries are also assessed.
DAVID BEVAN is a Fellow of St John's College, Oxford, and is one of the founders of the Centre for the Study of African Economies. His
publications include Peasants and Governments andControlled Open Economies, both co-authored with Paul Collier and Jan Willem Gunning.
PAUL COLLIER is Professor of Economics at Oxford University and Director of the Development Research Group, the World Bank. He is consultant for the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank and the European Commission, as well as other international organizations.
NORMAN GEMMELL is Professor of Emeritus Economics at the University of Nottingham. His books include Structural Change and Economic Development: the Role of the Service Sector, Surveys in Development Economics and The Growth of the Public Sector: Theory and International Evidence.
DAVID GREENAWAY is Pro-Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham. His previous books include International Trade Policy, Economic Development and International Trade (editor), Current Issues in International Trade (editor), Macroeconomics: Theory and Policy in the UK (with G. K. Shaw) and The Economics of Intra-Industry Trade (with C. R. Milner). He has been Associate Editor of the Economic Journal and Joint Managing Editor of The World Economy.
Release date NZ
April 30th, 1998
Edited by David Bevan
Edited by David Greenaway
Edited by Norman Gemmell
Edited by Paul Collier
Country of Publication
XII, 285 p.
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