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African Industrial Development and European Union Cooperation

Prospects for a reengineered partnership

Edited by Francis Shasha Matambalya

Routledge – 2013 – 416 pages

Series: Routledge Studies in Development Economics

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Description

Francis Matambalya is Professor of International Trade and Marketing and Senior Researcher at the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) in Uppsala, Sweden.

Contents

PART I 1. Leveraging African-European Union co-operation for industrialization 2. Theoretical arguments for industrialization-driven development 3. The urge to industrialise African countries 4. Integration in the global industrial economy of the African and comparator regions PART II 5. Integration of the industrial development agenda in sub-regional development strategies 6. Pan-African and multilateral schemes and Africa’s industrialisation 7. Integration of the industrial development agenda in national development strategies 8. Integration of the industrial development agenda in national development strategies PART IV 9. Industrial development agenda in Sub-Saharan African-European Union co-operation arrangements 10. Industrial development agenda in African Maghreb-European Union co-operation arrangements PART V 11. Pathways to Africa’s industrialization 12. Reengineering Africa-EU partnership for industrialisation PART VI 13. Reengineering Africa-European Union partnership for industrialization 14. Reengineering Africa-European Union partnership for industrialization

Author Bio

Francis Matambalya is Professor of International Trade and Marketing and Senior Researcher at the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) in Uppsala, Sweden.

Name: African Industrial Development and European Union Cooperation: Prospects for a reengineered partnership (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Francis Shasha Matambalya. Francis Matambalya is Professor of International Trade and Marketing and Senior Researcher at the Nordic Africa Institute (NAI) in Uppsala, Sweden.
Categories: International Economics, Development Economics, Industrial Economics, African Studies