Essays On The Political Economy Of Africa Bates

Canadian Journal of African Studies / Revue Canadienne des Études Africaines

Description:Canadian Journal of African Studies is competitive with the best scholarly journals on Africa in the world. It publishes articles principally in the areas of anthropology, political economy, history, geography, and development of the continent. Many of the articles are interdisciplinary in approach, especially those which seek to assess the origins, nature, and success of development strategies. A continuing feature section called "Debates and Commentaries / Débats et commentaires" presents divergent viewpoints on current issues; these permit the reader to keep abreast of informed opinion on policy-relevant questions. The occasional research notes have permitted university students, recognized academics, and public policy makers to keep in touch with the latest writing, opinion, and research sources on African issues. A book review and review essay section completes each issue with pithy critiques of recent books and reports on the continent or individual regions or countries.

Coverage: 1967-2010 (Vol. 1, No. 1 - Vol. 44, No. 3)

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ISSN: 00083968

Subjects: African Studies, Area Studies

Collections: Arts & Sciences II Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection

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Co-authors

  • Avner GreifProfessor of EconomicsVerified email at stanford.edu
  • Jack GoldstoneProfessor of Public Policy, George Mason UniversityVerified email at gmu.edu
  • Anke HoefflerResearch Officer, Centre for the Study of African Economies, University of OxfordVerified email at economics.ox.ac.uk
  • Sharyn O'HalloranGeorge Blumenthal Professor of Political Economics & SIPA & Senior Vice Dean SPS, ColumbiaVerified email at columbia.edu
  • Marc A. LevyColumbia UniversityVerified email at columbia.edu
  • William BiancoProfessor of Political Science, Indiana UniversityVerified email at indiana.edu
  • Nathan NunnFrederic E. Abbe Professor of Economics, Harvard UniversityVerified email at fas.harvard.edu
  • David SoskiceLondon School of Economics and Political ScienceVerified email at lse.ac.uk
  • Philip BrockAssociate ProfessorVerified email at u.washington.edu
  • Eliana La FerraraProfessor of Economics, Bocconi UniversityVerified email at unibocconi.it
  • Maria PetrovaICREA Research Professor, IPEG, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona GSE, New Economic SchoolVerified email at nes.ru
  • Chukwuma Charles SoludoProfessor, Department of Economics, University of Nigeria, NsukkaVerified email at unn.edu.ng
  • Douglass C. NorthDepartment of Economics, Washington UniversityVerified email at artsci.wustl.edu

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