Africa Zero

Author: Neal Asher
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
ISBN: 1587154471
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Africa Zero.

Africa S Trade Revisted

Author: Ms. Natalia T. Tamirisa
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
ISBN: 1451892691
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Africa S Trade Revisted. The popular impression that Africa has not integrated into world trade, as suggested by the evolution in simple indicators, has been called into question recently by more formal analysis. This paper refines and generalizes this analysis, but lends support to the popular view of disintegration. Africa, especially Francophone Africa, is currently under-exploiting its trading opportunities and has witnessed disintegration over time, a trend that is most pronounced in its trade with the technologically advanced countries.

Future Directions Of Municipal Solid Waste Management In Africa

Author: Mohee, Romeela
Publisher: Africa Institute of South Africa
ISBN: 0798304235
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Future Directions Of Municipal Solid Waste Management In Africa. Transformation and rapid population growth in Africa indicates that urbanisation is one of the key determinants of the future of social dynamics and development of the continent. Linked to these changes are increased production levels of Municipal Solid Waste. This book provides recommendations and solutions that derive from current situations, experiences and observations in Africa. The study is an essential tool for urban planners, environmental engineering students and lecturers, environmental consultants and policy-makers; it is also a resource for municipal authorities, as it outlines future directions of Municipal Solid Waste management. These need to be considered by the municipal authorities of most African countries.

China S Resource Diplomacy In Africa

Author: M. Power
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137033665
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China S Resource Diplomacy In Africa. The book seeks to understand China's evolving political and economic role in Africa and assesses what impacts Chinese aid, trade and investment have on the politics of specific African countries, and the extent to which it excites geopolitical competition.

Lost Cities Ancient Mysteries Of Africa Arabia

Author: David Hatcher Childress
Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press
ISBN: 9780932813060
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Lost Cities Ancient Mysteries Of Africa Arabia. Chronicling the search for King Solomon's Mines, living dinosaurs, the Ark of the Covenant and other mysteries.

Africa And The World Trading System

Author: T. Ademola Oyejide
Publisher: Africa World Press
ISBN: 9781592211333
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Africa And The World Trading System. This three-volume set presents the results of a research project initiated by the African Economic Research Consortium. The project intended to identify and examine the critical analytical and policy issues involved in Africa's economic links with the rest of the world, particularly in the context of the emerging global trading system. The project had two distinct but closely related component parts. The first was based on empirical, region-wide analysis and was designed to provide the framework for the menu of issues explored.

Agricultural Productivity In Africa

Author: Benin, Samuel
Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst
ISBN: 0896298817
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Agricultural Productivity In Africa. Agricultural Productivity in Africa: Trends, Patterns, and Determinants presents updated and new analyses of land, labor, and total productivity trends in African agriculture. It brings together analyses of a unique mix of data sources and evaluations of public policies and development projects to recommend ways to increase agricultural productivity in Africa. This book is timely in light of the recent and ongoing growth recovery across the continent. The good news is that agricultural productivity in Africa increased at a moderate rate between 1961 and 2012, although there are variations in the rate of growth in land, labor, and total factor productivities depending on country and region. Differences in input use and capital intensities in agricultural production in the various farming systems and agricultural productivity zones also affect advancements in technology. One conclusion based on the book’s research findings derives from the substantial spatial variation in agricultural productivity. For areas with similar agricultural productivity growth trends and factors, what works well in one area can be used as the basis for formulating best-fit, location-specific agricultural policies, investments, and interventions in similar areas. This finding along with others will be of particular interest to policy- and decisionmakers.