7 edition of Globalization and urbanization in Africa found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Toyin Falola and Steven J. Salm.|
|Contributions||Falola, Toyin., Salm, Steven J., 1966-|
|LC Classifications||HT384.A35 G58 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||1592211925, 1592211933|
|LC Control Number||2003023844|
Globalization, which brought along with it the concept of “free-trade”, has greatly affected Africa‟s economic growth in the recent past. Nigeria, which is the most populous nation on the African continent, is highly endowed with a lot of human and natural resources, which if. The dramatic global geographic expansion and the increased incidence of epidemic dengue coincided exactly with urban growth and globalization .Currently, an estimated billion people in countries live in areas of risk for this primarily urban disease .It is not known how many dengue infections occur each year, but the estimates range from 50 to over million, many of these .
Global corporations tend to view countries or communities as either markets for their products or sources of labor or raw materials. Globalization can seriously impact local communities for better or for worse, depending on local circumstances. The main force that encourages globalization is economic activity based on technological advancements. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
Globalization and Urbanization: The Global Urban Ecosystem. Author(s): James H Spencer. Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield. Pages: Year: The author seeks to make sense of contemporary global urbanization. He argues against a narrow focus on local contexts and characters of cities, which obscures the economic complementarities. This paper aims to examine the impact of globalization in Africa by exploring the concept of globalization, how African countries view the effects of globalization, the benefits and challenges. The information used in the study has been sourced from books, magazines, newspapers and .
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His writings have appeared in Africa Today and African Economic History, as well as various other renowned scholarly journals. Two of his recent books are The Culture and Customs of Ghana and Nigerian Cities (co-edited with Toyin Falola).Format: Paperback.
While providing insights into the evolution of African cities, they also raise issues of vital importance to the survival of African cities.
The chapters capture the mixed legacies of colonialism and the lingering consequences of neo-colonialism in a so-called age of globalisation.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Papers originally presented at the African urban spaces history and culture conference held at the University of Texas at Austin, March Apr. 30, Globalization and Urbanization in Africa. Author. Falola, Toyin & Salm, Steven J. Publisher.
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Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small. Despite the adverse conditions created by colonialism, Cold War politics, orthodox structural adjustment policies imposed on Africa by the Bretton Woods institutions, post-independence authoritarian regimes and military dictatorships, and the new globalization, the books shows that African towns and cities remain vibrant and viable centers for knowledge creation, economic innovation, and experiments in.
Africa is one of the fastest growing arenas of urbanization in the world: it is in the cities of Africa where the interaction and confrontation with globalism, cosmopolitanism, and the future come into contact.
Globalization and Sustainable Development in Africa Book Summary: Few studies of globalization have analyzed its impact on African societies from the viewpoint of sustainable development. This volume answers that need. The essays here contribute to the store of knowledge about globalization in sub-Saharan Africa by documenting the affect of this global force on the continent's growth.
James H. Spencer argues, however, that such an emphasis misses the central fact that urbanization goes well beyond the usual suspects of New York, Tokyo, London, and Shanghai. The author charts urbanization across the Global South and North, resulting in what he describes as a planetary global urban by: 7.
Few studies of globalization have analyzed its impact on African societies from the viewpoint of sustainable development. This volume answers that need. The essays here contribute to the store of knowledge about globalization in sub-Saharan Africa by documenting the effect of this global force on the continent's growth-economic, political, and cultural.
Download This book critically examines the impact of globalization on development, security, and the environment in Africa. It assesses multiple fronts of crises unleashed by globalization: development and governance, peace and security, and environment and sustainability.
The Impact of Globalization on Africa. 2 nd Edition Book ltd. P The main purpose of the article will be what were the effects of globalization and urbanization on the post-colonial African. Good books on creation, evolution, behaviour, religion and spritual: Negative side of globalization: Overpopulates urban cities as job openings and educational systems are based on urbanization.
In2% of world’s population was in urban cities. and % in Africa). The purpose of this article is to examine the progressive position of Africa in the global economy and highlight key sustainable approaches which African countries can adopt as economic.
African economy and the subsequent loss incurring in the inevitable ongoing process of globalisation towards world or global development.
Valuable suggestions are projected for a way out to ensure a sustainable (economic) development of African States. Key words: Globalization % Africa % Development INTRODUCTION.
The Impact of Globalization on Africa In Africa, its position in the international system has been considerably weakened by the fact that it has been losing the race for economic development in general, and human development in particular, to other regions, these.
by Machiko Nissanke and Erik Thorbecke African countries have benefited relatively less from the positive effects of globalization than other parts of the world in terms of economic growth and development.
Following largely an inward-oriented development strategy in the early decades of the post-independence period, the majority of African countries failed to take advantage of the. Globalization and urban centres in Africa.
Nairobi: United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UH-HABITAT), (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, International government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /. Globalization, the Third World State and Poverty-Alleviation in the Twenty-First Century.
DOI link for Globalization, the Third World State and Poverty-Alleviation in the Twenty-First Century. Globalization, the Third World State and Poverty-Alleviation in the Twenty-First Century bookCited by: Half the book is given to socio-economic/political themes/case studies, for example, globalisation and the competitveness of African enterprise; sustainable development and debt; Zimbabwe ; and globalisation of the world economy, and a case study of its implications for the Sudanese import- substitution manufacturing industry.
Over time, globalization has evolved into a shared journey of humanity, involving entrepreneurship, innovation, business and policy advances around the world. This book explores the link between globalization and development, and reveals the dynamics, strengths and weaknesses, trends in and implications of globalization in Asia and Africa.
No one doubted that over the past 20 years of globalization, Africa has fared far worse than other regions.
However, the extent to which globalization was to blame for Africa’s problems remained a matter of debate. At best Africa felt bypassed, at worst abused and humiliated.
At one extreme, a contributor to the Senegal dialogue File Size: KB.A comprehensive examination of the work of the African Union (AU), with special emphasis on its capacity to meet the challenges of building and sustaining governance institutions and security mechanisms.
Samuel Makinda and F. Wafula Okumu show how Africa and, in particular, the AU can effectively addressed the challenges of building and sustaining governance institutions and security 5/5(1).Africa's Urbanization: Challenges and Opportunities The Growth Dialogue, Working Paper Series, Working Paper No.
7 with Maria E. Freire, and Somik Lall. Africa is urbanizing fast. Its rate of urbanization soared from 15 percent in to 40 percent inand is projected to reach 60 percent in (UN Habitat ).File Size: 1MB.