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Contents Volume 6 (1997/98):
Good Governance and Economic Development


Unit 1: Good Governance and Economic Development
edited by Karl Wohlmuth

Good Governance and Economic Development in Africa. An Introduction
Karl Wohlmuth

Corruption and State Reform in Africa: Perspectives from Above and Below
Ernest Harsch

Living Down the Past: How Europe can Help Africa Grow
Paul Collier

Documents

Agenda for the 1990s (Imperative Political and Economic Agenda)

International Conference on Governance for Sustainable Growth and Equity; UN, New York, 28-30 July 1997
K. Y. Amoako

The Conference on Democracy, Civil Society and Governance in Africa
K. Y. Amoako

The Opening of the Conference on "Governance in Africa"
Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere

Joint Statement of the Chief Executives of the OAU, ECA and ADB

The Africa Governance Forum: a conceptual Framework

National Long Term Perspectives Studies: a Tool for Governance

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Unit 2: Governance and National Economic Development
edited by Karl Wohlmuth

Governance and National Economic Development
in Africa. An Introduction
Karl Wohlmuth

Governance and Economic Development in Tanzania
Matthew J. Costello

The Political Economy of Oil in Nigeria:
Governance Crisis, Revolt of Oil-Bearing Minorities,
and the Future of Oil Politics
Eghosa E. Osaghae

Governance and Economic Development in Swaziland
Oluyele Akinkugbe

A Developmental State Without Growth. Explaining the Paradox of Burkina Faso in a Comparative Perspective
Michael Kevane and Pierre Englebert

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Unit 3: Human Rights Observance and Economic Development — National and International Dimensions
edited by Hans H. Bass

Human Rights Observance and Economic Development — National and International Dimensions. Introduction
Hans H. Bass

Human Rights and Economic Performance in Africa
Hans H. Bass

Rwanda and Burundi: Political and Social Preconditions for the Economic Development of Dualistic Societies
Peter Molt

Documents

Human Rights Watch, World Report 1998 (Excerpt): A New Challenge to Human Rights in Central Africa

Amnesty International Report (Excerpt): In Search of Safety: the Forcibly Displaced and Human Rights in Africa —
Conclusions and Recommendations

Human Rights and Good Governance in the Framework of EU-ACP Co-operation
Wilfried Telkämper

Promotion of Human Rights and Good Governance by Positive Measures — Potentials and Limitations
Wolfgang S. Heinz

Document

A Common Agenda for Promoting Democracy in Africa. Joint Declaration of EZE and African Participants

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Unit 4: Governance and Local Economic Development
edited by Karl Wohlmuth

Governance and Local Economic Development in Africa.
An Introduction
Karl Wohlmuth

Local Government in Kenya: Present Realities and Future Prospects
Geoffrey Wood

Regional Organizations’ Conflict in Urban Planning in Western Kenya
George Mark Onyango

Local Government and Local Economic Development in Urban Areas of Tanzania
J.M. Lusugga Kironde

Decentralization and the Provision of Local Public Services in Ghana
Joseph R.A. Ayee

The Postcolonial State, Decentralisation and Local Economic Development in Namibia
David Simon

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Unit 5: Good Governance and Sustainable Use of Renewable Resources in Africa
edited by Frank Messner

Good Governance and Sustainable Use of Renewable Resources in Africa. An Introduction
Frank Messner

Facilitating Sustainable Agricultural Development in Zimbabwe — Key Factors and Necessary Incentives
Uwe Otzen

Reconciling Biodiversity Conservation and Local Development in Africa
Frank Messner

New Models for Community-Based Monitoring: Linking Governance and Responsible Resource Management
Richard Ford, Francis Lelo and Harlys Rabarison

Document

Convention on Biological Diversity, United Nations, Na. 92-7807, 5 June 1992

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Unit 6: Profiles, News and Information
edited by Karl Wohlmuth

Third World Network (TWN)
Penang, Malaysia

Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), University of Oxford
Oxford, United Kingdom

The Fourth Triennial Meetings of the International Sudan Studies Association, June 1997
Office of African Studies (OAS), The American University in Cairo (AUC), Cairo, Egypt

Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies (CIHRS)
Cairo, Egypt

Human Rights Concern (HURICO)
Kampala, Uganda

African Centre for Democracy and Human Rights Studies (ACDHRS)
Kombo, Gambia

Afesis – Corplan
East London, South Africa

New Civic Forum (NCF)
Cairo, Egypt

Development Management Division (DMD), Economic Commission for Africa (ECA)
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

UNDP, Management Development and Governance Division (MDGD)
New York City, USA

The African Resource Centre for Civil Society
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Launching Ceremony of the African Centre for Civil Society, October 1997. Speech by K. Y. Amoako, UN Under – Secretary – General and Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

The Group for Justice and Peace of the Catholic University of Eichstaett
Eichstaett, Germany

Intellectual Programme of CODESRIA for 1998 – 2000
Dakar, Senegal

Postgraduate Studies in Regional Development Planning and Management in Africa and Asia (SPRING)
Kumasi/Ghana, Diliman, Quezon City/Philippines, Dortmund/Germany

Pan – African Development Information System (PADIS)
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Pan – African Institute for Development (PAID)
Douala, Cameroon

Overseas Development Group (ODG), The School of Development Studies
University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom

Pan – African Coordinating Council of Association of Micro/Small Scale Industries (PACCAMSSI)
Accra-North, Ghana

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