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- DescriptionWhy are productive, development-supporting relations between business and government still so rare in Africa? Scott Taylor addresses this question, examining state-business coalitions as they emerge, and endure or collapse, in three representative countries: Zambia, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. Taylor illuminates three possible trajectories: an abortive state-business coalition, as in Zambia; the emergence of a short-lived coalition, as in Zimbabwe; and a relatively successful and thus far durable coalition, as in South Africa. Though rooted in the southern African experience, his cases reflect much of the variance in outcomes throughout sub-Saharan Africa and shed light on the prospects for ecomic reform and development on the continent. It explores why state-business coalitions emerge (or do t) in Africa, and why they endure or collapse, drawing on three representative case studies.
- Author BiographyScott D. Taylor is assistant professor of African studies at Georgetown University. He is coauthor of Politics in Southern Africa: State and Society in Transition.
- Author(s)Scott D. Taylor
- PublisherLynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Date of Publication15/01/2007
- SubjectEconomics: Professional & General
- Place of PublicationBoulder, CO
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintLynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Content NoteIllustrations
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