The Economies of Africa
Edited by Peter Robson, D A Lury
Routledge – 2011 – 524 pages
This reissue, first published in 1969 brings together structural and analytical studies of seven single African countries, together with two studies of groups of countries which, although politically separate, have in the past had close economic links. These countries are Algeria, Cameroon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria and the Sudan. The groups are East Africa, comprising Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania; and Central Africa, comprising Rhodesia, Malawi and Zambia.The countries have been chosen to bring out the main contemporary economic issues arising in the efforts of the independent African States to achieve economic growth. The book will be invaluable to students and practicing economists concerned with Africa and the developing economies generally.
1. Introduction 2. The Economy of Ghana 3. The Economy of Nigeria 4. The Economy of the Ivory Coast 5. The Economy of Cameroon Federal Republic 6. The Economy of Liberia 7. The East African Economies: Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania 8. The Economy of Central Africa: Rhodesia, Malawi and Zambia 9. The Economy of Sudan 10. The Economy of Algeria