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  • Author(s) Célestin Monga / Justin Yifu Lin
  • Subtitle Context and Concepts
  • Edition
  • Published15th February 2018
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198819707

Context and Concepts

In collecting some of the most authoritative statements about the science of economics and its concepts in the African context, this lhandbook (the first of two volumes) opens up the diverse acuity of commentary on exciting topics, and in the process challenges and stimulates the quest for knowledge. Wide-ranging in its scope, themes, language, and approaches, this volume explores, examines, and assesses economic thinking on Africa, and Africa's contribution to
the discipline. The editors bring a set of powerful resources to this endeavor, most notably a team of internationally-renowned economists whose diverse viewpoints are complemented by the perspectives of
philosophers, political scientists, and anthropologists.

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  • Author(s) Célestin Monga / Justin Yifu Lin
  • Subtitle Context and Concepts
  • Edition
  • Published15th February 2018
  • PublisherOxford University Press UK
  • ISBN9780198819707

Context and Concepts

In collecting some of the most authoritative statements about the science of economics and its concepts in the African context, this lhandbook (the first of two volumes) opens up the diverse acuity of commentary on exciting topics, and in the process challenges and stimulates the quest for knowledge. Wide-ranging in its scope, themes, language, and approaches, this volume explores, examines, and assesses economic thinking on Africa, and Africa's contribution to
the discipline. The editors bring a set of powerful resources to this endeavor, most notably a team of internationally-renowned economists whose diverse viewpoints are complemented by the perspectives of
philosophers, political scientists, and anthropologists.
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