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Since 1995, 17 African countries have defied expectations and have launched a remarkable, if little-noticed, turnaround. Emerging Africa describes this revitalization and why it is likely to continue. Book jacket.
Steven Radelet was a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development from 2002 to 2010 and served as an economic advisor to the government of Liberia from 2005 to 2009.
Table of Contents
|About CGD||p. xv|
|Map of Emerging Africa||p. xvi|
|Emerging Africa||p. 9|
|Emerging Africa's Renaissance||p. 27|
|Emerging Democracies||p. 47|
|Stronger Economic Management||p. 71|
|The End of the Debt Crisis and Changing Relationships with Donors||p. 91|
|The Technology Revolution||p. 109|
|The Coming of the "Cheetahs"||p. 125|
|Challenges and Opportunities on the Road Ahead||p. 141|
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