Africa, Regional Cooperation and the World Market
Socio-Economic Strategies in Times of Global Trade Regimes
This paper reflects on socio-economically viable strategies to reconcile global and regional economic forces in Africa. It maintains that under the World Trade Organization (WTO) regime, global factors increasingly determine local and regional economic policies in Africa. Contributions consider the nexus between trade and development in Africa, the regional economic integration of Africa into the EU market, and the utility of protectionist policies for agricultural markets in sub-Saharan Africa.
© 2006 Nordic Africa Institute (NAI)
Michael Brüntrup, Henning Melber, Ian Taylor