Economic Dependence and Regional Cooperation in Southern Africa
This is the first book with a comprehensive analysis of SADCC as a new regional institution of inter-state economic cooperation, beginning with the Pan-African Movement for East and Central Africa established in 1958 and emphasizing the role of South Africa and external powers in the economies of Southern Africa states. The book also shows how the dependence of SADCC states can be explained within the context of center-periphery.
" ... will fill a void in scholarly work that has existed on the regional institution of economic cooperation ... a worthy addition to the mounting literature on the South African situation and regional economic cooperation."
- Franklin Vivekananda
" ... a comprehensive study ... useful to students of South African studies, and policy-makers will find it timely." - Scholarly Research and Review
" ... a significant contribution to scholars and officials who are interested in the development of SADCC and the total liberation of southern Africa. I recommend the work most emphatically." - Mokubung Nkomo, in Scholarly Research and Review
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