Scarcity, Choice, and Public Policy in Middle Africa

  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 collapse sectionPART I—  INTRODUCTION
 expand sectionChapter 1—  Political Economy and Policy Choice in the Third World

 collapse sectionPART II—  SHAPING POLICY CHOICE UNDER SCARCITY
 expand sectionChapter 2—  Changing Institutional Resources
 expand sectionChapter 3—  System Goals, Decision-Making Rules, and Collective Choices

 collapse sectionPART III—  IMPLEMENTING POLICY CHOICES FOR DEVELOPMENT
 expand sectionChapter 4—  Global Market Contacts:  Bargaining between Multinational Companies and African Governments
 expand sectionChapter 5—  Beyond the Nation-State:  Principles of Economic Integration
 expand sectionChapter 6—  Policy Integration and External Action:  A Minimalist Choice
 expand sectionChapter 7—  Global Assistance for Development:  Choosing an Appropriate Policy to Cope with Scarcity

 collapse sectionPART IV—  CONCLUSION:  EVALUATING THE PROSPECTS
 expand sectionChapter 8—  Reducing Scarcity and Expanding Choice

 expand sectionINDEX

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