2 edition of Party politics and economic reform in Africa"s democracies found in the catalog.
Party politics and economic reform in Africa"s democracies
M. Anne Pitcher
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||M. Anne Pitcher|
|Series||African studies -- 119|
|LC Classifications||HC800 .P58 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780521449625, 9780521738262|
|LC Control Number||2011049204|
African countries need economic transformation, to sustain pro-poor growth, to cope with population increases, to become competitive in the global economy and – last but not least – to create the conditions for better governance. Not just growth At first glance, Africa appears to be on the right track. For example, in File Size: KB. This work examines the challenges facing democracies in East Africa. It includes the consequences of issues like the Rwandan genocide, violent civil wars, and other factors in the quest for democracy. The book focuses on the challenges to the emergence of the .
and party systems, however, there are deeper disagreements about the meaning of democracy and the actual role of political parties within it. Complaints about the decline of party, growing disengagement from partisan politics, increasing dissatisfaction with and distrust in parties and politicians, the weakening of Cited by: In this fully revised edition top scholars in African politics address the effects that major currents in Africa and world politics have upon each other and explore the ramifications of this interconnection for contemporary theories of international and comparative politics. The fourth edition focuses on issues of reforming and strengthening states and their economies in sub-Saharan Africa.
Democracy, elections & political parties † page 2 Paper † July parties point out defects in the ruling parties’ public policies and make alternative proposals, hoping that the voters will entrust them with power in a four, five or six years time. ‘The opposition, then, is essentially a File Size: KB. M. Anne Pitcher, Party Politics and Economic Reform in Africa's Democracies (CUP, ) Thandika Mkandawire, "Thinking about Developmental States in Africa," Cambridge Journal of Economics, 25 (): Honwana, Alcinda,The Time of Youth: Work, Social Change, and Politics in Africa. Kumarian Press,
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In Party Politics and Economic Reform in Africa's Democracies, M. Anne Pitcher offers an engaging new theory to explain the different trajectories of private sector development across contemporary Africa. Pitcher argues that the outcomes of economic reforms depend not only on the kinds of institutional arrangements adopted by states in order to Cited by: Party Politics and Economic Reform in Africa's Democracies (African Studies Book ) - Kindle edition by Pitcher, M.
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Media and Democracy in Africa provides the first comprehensive and up-to-date assessment of the role of the media in political change in sub-Saharan Africa. The central argument of the volume is that while the media may still be relatively weak compared to their positions in liberal democracies, they have come to play a much more important role.
Cambridge Core - African Government, Politics and Policy - The Politics of Africa's Economic Recovery - by Richard Sandbrook The Politics of Africa's Economic Recovery. Buy the print book Check if you have access via personal or institutional by: Urbanization, Voting Behavior, and Party Politics 3 on appeals to a politically salient identity cleavage such as ethnicity, religion, language, or race.
Th is allows opposition parties to target only enough rural voters who, in tandem with the urban poor, help them win national offi ce without requiring extensive campaigning in remote rural.
Ghana was the first place in sub-Saharan Africa where Europeans arrived to trade gold and slaves. It was the first to achieve independence. Model for political and economic reform.
Multi-party system. “Economic and Political Reform in Africa is a fascinating and wide ranging treatment of neoliberal development policy in sub-Saharan Africa. This text should be required reading for anybody interested in African development, and would be of significant interest to anybody interested in neoliberal development in post-colonial settings.
Over the past two decades the countries in southern Africa have generally had ‘dominant party systems’. Such party systems consist of one large ruling party which is dominant, in terms of seats in the national assembly or incumbent advantages, and a number of small opposition parties.
The literature on dominant parties (Bogaards, and Greene, ) and competitive authoritarianism. This book can serve as a compass in the bewildering complexity of Africa’s political landscape.’ — Dr.
Andreas Mehler, Director, GIGA Institute of African Affairs ‘In this lucid, engaging analysis, Nic Cheeseman brings both a balanced evaluation of previous scholarly research and fresh perspectives on the current state of democracy in. Which of the following best characterizes the nature of Japan's postwar party system.
a two-party system B. long dominated by a single party C. fragmented across nearly a dozen small parties D. lacking parties as a result of the constitutional ban on "factional activity" E. a series of alternating coalitions from the Left and the Right.
Democracy and Development in Africa. He concludes the book with an analysis of the political, economic, and cultural factors that will decide whether or not the third wave continues. economic and political reform.' We conclude that the simultaneous pursuit of economic and political reform in Africa will be even more difficult than in most other regions of the world.
Indeed, many of the factors that normally might promote the viability of simultaneous change are missing in Africa. This is a book about the Arab world: the Maghreb, to be precise. It is about dynamics of domestic politics and the prospects for democracy in Algeria, Morocco, and Tunisia—three countries bound together by his-tory and geographic location, yet with very different political experiences.
This is also a book about the Arab Spring, of course.But the west strongly reinforced the shift by making multi-party democracy a condition of securing more foreign aid. In the late s, before the reforms, Africa south of the Sahara was said to have only three functioning multi-party democracies: Senegal, Botswana, and arguably Gambia."At last, a collection of the best articles on the political economy of reform.
It is one that I shall use in my classes and assign to my students." In this book, Federico Sturzenegger and Mariano Tommasi propose formal models to answer some of the questions raised by the recent reform experience of many Latin American and East European countries.