5 edition of Indigenization of African economies found in the catalog.
by Hutchinson University Library for Africa, in association with the African Association for Public Administration in London
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Adebayo Adedeji.|
|Contributions||Adedeji, Adebayo., African Association for Public Administration and Management (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)|
|LC Classifications||HC800 .I53 1981b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||413 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||413|
|ISBN 10||009143730X, 0091437318|
|LC Control Number||82116620|
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Indigenization of African economies Ethiopia) African Association for Public Administration and Management (Addis Ababa, Adebayo Adedeji Published by Hutchinson University Library for Africa, in association with the African Association for Public Administration ().
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Title: Indigenization of African economies. Publisher: Hutchinson University Library for Africa, in association with the African Association for Public Administration. Publication Date: Book Condition: Good. Edition: First Edition. In this low-key collaborative effort, a group of African scholars, including Claude Ake and Samir Amin, examine the progress of a number of national efforts to move toward economic self-reliance.
Case studies on Nigeria, Egypt, Zambia, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Senegal and southern Africa emphasize goals and process. African Economies and the Politics of Permanent Crisis, – - by Nicolas Van de Walle September The general commitment to what came to be called indigenization was established in the Second National Development Plan inand the policy was then implemented through the Nigerian Enterprises Promotion Decrees of and Detribalization is the process by which persons who belong to a particular Indigenous ethnic identity or community are detached from that identity or community through the deliberate efforts of colonizers and/or the larger effects of alization was systematically executed by detaching members from identifying with communities extrinsic to the colony so that they could be.
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Globalization and culturally relevant social work: African perspectives on indigenization. The book is intended for use by those involved in social work and social development practice, social.
” International Lawyer 8 (): – ; Akinsanya, Adeoye, “ Multinational Corporations in Nigeria and Issues of Development,” Geneva Africa 23 (): 79 – 96; and Adedeji, Adebayo, “ Prospects and Limitations of Indigenization,” in Indigenization of African Economies, ed.
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Indigenization can be defined as the transfer of ownership and control of business enterprises from foreigners to the indigenes. It is a policy designed to ensure greater participation of indigenes in the ownership, control and management of business enterprise.
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