3 edition of The Political economy of Zimbabwe found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Michael G. Schatzberg.|
|Series||A SAIS study on Africa|
|Contributions||Schatzberg, Michael G.|
|LC Classifications||JQ2922 .P65 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 276 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||84008252|
Becoming Zimbabwe tracks the idea of national belonging and citizenship and explores the nature of state rule, the changing contours of the political economy, and the regional and international. DOI link for The Political Economy of Livelihoods in Contemporary Zimbabwe. The Political Economy of Livelihoods in Contemporary Zimbabwe book. Edited By Kirk Helliker, Manase Kudzai Chiweshe, Sandra Bhatasara. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 January
The volume seeks to provide a political economy analysis of leadership and economic management in developing economies based on Zimbabwe's experience. It examines the triggers of the crisis, and. Zimbabwe's Exodus: Crisis, Migration, Survival is written by leading migration scholars, many from the Zimbabwean diaspora. The book explores the relationship between Zimbabwe's economic and political crisis and migration as a survival strategy.
In , Mugabe embarked on a violent land reform program that plunged the nation's economy into a downward spiral, with political violence and human rights violations making Zimbabwe an international pariah state. This book will be useful to those studying Zimbabwean history and . The economy of Zimbabwe is mainly made of tertiary industry which makes up to 60% of the total GDP as of Zimbabwe has the second biggest informal economy as a share of its economy which has a score of %. Agriculture and mining largely contribute to y group: Developing/Emerging, Lower .
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Since Zimbabwe's transition to black-majority rule inthe political changes in that country have been the subject of much study and debate. In this cogent analysis, Hevina Dashwood traces the evolution of Zimbabwe's development strategy from independence to Cited by: Highlighting an emergent scholarship amongst young black scholars in Zimbabwe, and providing an understanding of how people and communities respond to socio-economic challenges, this book is an important read for scholars of African political economy, southern African studies and livelihoods.
Category: The Political Economy Of Policing In Zimbabwe. Summary: This book is a collection of papers designed to analyze and present significant asspects of the political economy of contemporary Zimbabwe. In this fine collection of articles by young, established Zimbabwean scholars, diverse information portrays current conditions in Zimbabwe within a political economy framework.
The thirteen chapters survey critical aspects of Zimbabwe's history including achievements and problems in the few years since independence.
Political economy of land in Zimbabwe. Gweru, Zimbabwe: Mambo Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: H Moyana. This book focuses on the centrality of the land question, in the study of modern Zimbabwean history.
It reviews previously published studies, and introduces new material. Zimbabwe--The Political Economy of Decline: Discussion Paper 27 (NAI Discussion Papers) Paperback – June 1, by Suzanne Dansereau (Author) › Visit Amazon's Suzanne Dansereau Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.
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The Political Economy of Transition edited by Ibbo Mandaza Zimbabwe: The Political Economy of Transition focuses on the relationship between the imperialist and white settler colonial legacy on one hand, and the pattern of political and socio-economic development in the post-independence era on the other.
Zimbabwe is facing a worse political and economic crisis today than in when long-time ruler Robert Mugabe was forced from power by the country’s military. Today, citizens are suffering under staggering inflation, regular fuel and water shortages, rolling blackouts, a failing currency, and an increasingly repressive political environment.
The Political Economy of Land in Zimbabwe Paperback – September 5, by Henry V. Moyana (Author)Author: Henry V. Moyana. The Political Economy of Livelihoods in Contemporary Zimbabwe (Routledge Studies on the Political Economy of Africa) [Helliker, Kirk, Chiweshe, Manase Kudzai, Bhatasara, Sandra] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Political Economy of Livelihoods in Contemporary Zimbabwe (Routledge Studies on the Political Economy of Africa). Zimbabwe: The Political Economy of Transformation - Hevina Smith Dashwood - Google Books Since Zimbabwe's transition to black-majority rule inthe political changes in that country have.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shopo, Thomas D. Political economy of hunger in Zimbabwe. Harare: Publications Office, ZIDS,  (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Moyana, H.
(Henry). Political economy of land in Zimbabwe. Gweru, Zimbabwe: Mambo Press, Material Type. Political economy of land in Zimbabwe. Gweru, Zimbabwe: Mambo Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book. A number of scholars, American and Zimbabwean, look at Zimbabwe's delicate balance between ideology and pragmatism, equity and productivity.
Downplaying the country's ethnic conflict, the authors focus on the need for Mugabe's regime to bring Africans in much more fully to the productive sectors or risk erosion of popular support.
Most illuminating is David Gordon's assessment of what. No synopsis for this book yet. Review No review for this book yet. Authors. Professor Alois S. Mlambo works in the Department of Historical and Heritage Studies, University of Pretoria, and has written extensively on Zimbabwe’s social and economic history.
The Political Economy of Zimbabwe, George Kararach & Raphael O. Otieno. Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe - The economy: Upon independence inRobert Mugabe’s government moved cautiously to alter the pattern of management that it inherited from the white minority regime. The first budget of July was described by the finance minister as “conservative [with] a mild and pragmatic application of socialism.” But the white minority had passed on government machinery.
Providing a theoretical understanding of xenophobia and proffering sustainable solutions to the proliferation of xenophobia in the continent, this book is of use to researchers and students interested in political science, African politics, peace studies, security, and development economics, as well as policy-makers working to eradicate xenophobia in Africa.
The situation in Zimbabwe resembles that of many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa experiencing increasing conﬂict and instability after rising debt levels, and the introduction of structural adjustment and governance conditionalities weakened the national economy, narrowed state capacities and political options.
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This is the population pyramid for Zimbabwe. A population pyramid illustrates the age and sex structure of a country's population and may provide insights about political and social stability, as well as economic development. The population is distributed along the horizontal axis, with males shown on the left and females on the right.