|Africa and the Developmental State|
|Thursday, 21 April 2011 12:45|
Fierce contestations over the African state has weakened rather than strengthened states on the continent to perform their functions, said Omano Edigheji from Human Sciences Research Centre, Pretoria South Africa.
In his presentation on, “The Global Economic Crisis & the Revival of the State: Implications for the State in Africa” Dr. Edigheji's call for a “democratic developmental state” and a developmentalist coalition to drive the state agenda sparked an animated debate during a seminar on the global financial crisis and Africa.
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