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Contents Volume 9 (2002/2003): 
African Entrepreneurship and Private Sector Development

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Unit 1: 
Private Sector Development and Economic Reform
edited by Karl Wohlmuth and Tobias Knedlik

Private Sector Development and Economic Reform.  
Basic Issues: An Introduction
Karl Wohlmuth

How can policy towards manufacturing in Africa reduce poverty?
A review of the current evidence from cross-country firm studies
Francis Teal and Måns Söderbom

On African Firm Size, Exports and Investment
Wim A. Naudé and Waldo F. Krugell

Angola's Private Sector: The Emergency of an Oligarchy
Renato Aguilar

Tendencies of Private Sector Development in Ghana
Susanna Wolf

Monetary Policy and Private Sector Development.
The Case of South Africa
Tobias Knedlik

Institutional Framework for Entrepreneurial Development Within the Small Scale Enterprises of Ghana
Godfred Frempong

The Impact of Policy Reform on the Small- and Medium-Enterprise Sector in Zimbabwe
Lisa Daniels

Africa and Globalisation: Can the New Partnership for Africa's Development Work?
Patrick Bond

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Unit 2: 
African Entrepreneurship: Characteristics, Cases, Perspectives
edited by Karl Wohlmuth and Mareike Meyn

African Entrepreneurship: Characteristics, Cases, Perspectives - 
An Overview and Introduction
Karl Wohlmuth

The Emerging Private SMEs in South Africa after Apartheid.
Micro- and Macroeconomic Perspectives
Michael Babo

Determinants of Successful Entrepreneurship in Sierra Leone
Denis M. Sandy

Networking and Entrepreneurial Success.
A case study from Tanga, Tanzania
Henrik Egbert

Networks and Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria
Osmund O. Uzor

Innovation and Micro and Small Enterprise Development in Africa:
Examples from Burkina Faso, Ghana and Zimbabwe
Meine P. van Dijk

Small Scale Enterprises in Kenya:
How important is Access to Credit?
Rosemary Atieno

Access to formal finance in Kenyan Manufacturing
Anders Isaksson

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Unit 3: 
Women Entrepreneurship and Empowerment Policies
edited by Sunita Pitamber and Mareike Meyn

Women Entrepreneurship and Empowerment Policies.
An Introduction
Sunita Pitamber

Negotiating Gender - Gender Relations and Identities in African Marketplaces
Ulrike Schultz

Livelihoods, Gender Entrepreneurship and Empowerment. 
Zimbabwean Women Informal Cross Border Traders and SADC Regional Integration
Victor N. Muzvidziwa 

Factors Impeding the Poverty Reduction Capacity of Micro-Credits.
Some field observations from Malawi and Ethiopia
Sunita Pitamber

The Dynamics of Rural Female Education and Employment in the Globalisation Era:
The South African Experience.
Hatice Aslan

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Unit 4: 
Book Reviews and Book Notes 
edited by Achim Gutowski and Mareike Meyn

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Unit 5:
Profiles, News and Information
edited by Mareike Meyn and Tobias Knedlik

OECD Development Centre: Emerging Africa
Paris, France 

The National Business Initiative (NBI)
Johannesburg, South Africa

Small Enterprise Promotion Programme -
The Way Forward to Economic Development and Employment Creation
Windhoek, Namibia

Internet Technology and Private Sector in Africa: 
UNDP's Support and the Overall Perspectives for IT Entrepreneurship on the Continent
Dakar, Senegal

Usability of the Internet in SMEs: A Case Study from Female Small Scale Textile Entrepreneurs in Botswana
Gaborone, Botswana

MicroStart Madagascar. In the Southern Provinces of Fianarantsoa and Toliara, July 1998 - December 2001
Antananarivo, Madagascar

Combining Business and Financial Services: The Empretec Ghana Foundation
Accra, Ghana

A Corridor Development Approach - the Walvis Bay Case Study
Windhoek, Namibia

Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA)
Accra, Ghana

Institute for Southern African Studies (ISAS)
Maseru, Lesotho

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