AffiliationUniversity of Chester; University of KwaZulu-Natal; University of Ghana
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AbstractA growing number of scholars acknowledge the interconnectedness of the myriad of problems and prospects across Africa as a relevant part of global development discourse. Given the ever-increasing importance of knowledge for the scholarly agenda and practice of African Studies, we present a picture of contemporary issues in African development. These themes are a microcosm in the general understanding and study of global development issues that confront humanity. This is hoped will lead to novel analytical frameworks, the emergence of new conceptual approaches, and empirical accounts of relevance to scholars studying Africa as well as practitioners in African development and policy makers.
CitationAsuelime, L., Francis, S. & Yaro, J. (2014). Expanding the Frontiers of African Development Studies. In Asuelime, L., Yaro, J. & Francis, S. (eds.), Selected themes in African development studies: Economic growth, governance and the environment. London, United Kingdom: Springer.
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