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The Potentiality of ‘Developmental States’ in Africa : Botswana and Uganda Compared

The Potentiality of ‘Developmental States’ in Africa : Botswana and Uganda Compared. Pamela Mbabazi and Ian Taylor. Dakar, CODESRIA, 2005, 188 p., ISBN : 2-86978-164-4

Prelim (PDF, 160.2 kb)

1. Botswana and Uganda as Developmental States (?) (PDF, 147.9 kb)

Pamela Mbabazi and Ian Taylor (1-15)

2. Success or Failure of Developmental States in Africa: Exploring Africa’s Experimentation at Developmentalism (PDF, 156.2 kb)

Francis Nyamnjoh and Ignasio Malizani-Jimu (16-32)

3. Uganda as an African “Democratic Developmental State?”: HIPC Governance at the Turn of the Century (PDF, 171.6 kb)

Timothy Shaw (33-43)

4. The Developmental State in Africa: The Case of Botswana (PDF, 147.2 kb)

Ian Taylor (44-56)

5. Uganda’s Institutional Framework for Development Since Colonialism: Challenges of a Developmental State (PDF, 192.1 kb)

James Akampumuza (57-78)

6. The Institutional Framework of the Developmental State in Botswana (PDF, 116.8 kb)

David Sebudubudu (79-89)

7. Decentralization in African Developmental States: Experiences from Uganda and Botswana (PDF, 146.6 kb)

Neema Murembe, Gladys Mokhawa and David Sebudubudu (90-103)

8. Gender and Developmental States: Botswana and Uganda (PDF, 177.8 kb)

Pamela Mbabazi, Godisang Mookodi and Jane Parpart (104-121)

9. The Privatization Experience in Uganda: Prospects and Challenges of Its Implementation (PDF, 133.9 kb)

Muriisa Roberts (122-132)

10. The Developmental State and Manufacturing in Uganda and Botswana: The Textile Industries Compared (PDF, 153.8 kb)

Pamela Mbabazi and Gladys Mokhawa (133-146)

11. Conclusion: Developmental States and Africa in the Twenty-First Century (PDF, 127 kb)

Pamela Mbabazi and Ian Taylor (147-152)

References (PDF, 207.9 kb)

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