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Title: Feasibility of the Democratic Developmental State in the South
Contributors: Omoweh, Daniel A.
Keywords: democracy
economic development
economic aspects
political aspects
South Korea
Burkina Faso
Latin America
South Africa
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: CODESRIA (Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa)
Place of Publication: Dakar, Senegal
Series/Report no.: CODESRIA book series
Description: This work is dedicated to all critical thinkers who contend that the prospect of recovery from protracted and deepening social, political and economic crises of the countries of the South and the ability of these countries to place themselves on the path of sustainable development do not reside with the market. Africa’s protracted failure to develop makes sharing of experiences with Asia and Latin American countries a key issue in the discourses on the prospects of the DDS in the South. It was, therefore, timely for APISA-CLACSO-CODESRIA to launch the tri-continental collaborative joint research on the ‘Feasibility of the Democratic Developmental State in the South’.
ISSN: 978-2-86978-512-0
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