A bibliographical guide to the study of the political economy of contemporary Africa.

by Allen, Chris.

Publisher: Centre of African Studies, Edinburgh University in Edinburgh

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Forthcoming in the political economy of contemporary Africa, 2nd rev. ed. edited by P. Gutkind and I. Wallerstein.

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