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Maladjusted African Economies and Globalisation

by Mkandawire, Thandika
Published by : United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (Geneva) Physical details: 25p. Year: 2012
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Globalisation is a multifaceted process that defies unique definition. Different authors emphasise different things about the causes and effects of globalisation, partly because of differences in the definition of the process; partly because of differences in focus; and partly because of different ideological predispositions about the process itself. In this paper, globalisation is treated as a process whereby national and international policy-makers proactively or reactively promote domestic and external liberalisation.

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