This book focuses on the role of private and public sectors in Africa. It discusses the role of the private sector, the functions of the private sector the functions of the private sector institutions, the state of the privatization programs, and the importance of strengthening of public policies, public infrastructures, and public institutions in Africa. Major policy problems facing public and private sectors in Africa are analyzed, and solutions for macro-and micro policies are outlined. The authors analyze the relevance of private sector development polices for regional integration, the relevance of capacity building, finance, and innovation in the private sector.Achim Gutowski, Bremen Africa Institute of South Africa, Effects of the Zimbabwean Crisis on SADC, 2003, Research Paper ... The five chapters of this study analyse the effects of the Zimbabwean crisis on the SADC countries, using case studies of Namibia, Zambia, Botswana, South Africa and ... The quarterly distributed journal Africa Insight by the Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA) provides insight intoanbsp;...
|Title||:||African Development Perspectives Yearbook|
|Publisher||:||Lit Verlag - 2004|