Saga of African Underdevelopment: A Viable Approach for Africa's Sustainable Development in the 21st Century
The Saga of African Underdevelopment examines in careful detail the economic conditions in Africa during the pre-colonial and colonial periods. The authors argue eloquently that most of the development paradigms that were used to transform African economies, under free trade imperialism or under colonial and postcolonial periods were incompatible with the African system of thought and traditional production systems or mode of production. Following this, they propose a bold development strategy to reverse the dismal economic performance of African countries in the post independence period.
Africa World Press
Sustainable Development, Economic Development
African Studies | Regional Economics
Kofi, Tetteh A. and Desta, Asayehgn, "Saga of African Underdevelopment: A Viable Approach for Africa's Sustainable Development in the 21st Century" (2008). Faculty Books. 35.