Policy and institutional dimensions of Africa's political economy in an age of globalization
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The main message from the paper is that the impressive economic growth in several countries should be made sufficiently inclusive so that many people throughout these countries begin to enjoy the access to basic social and economic services and opportunities that the middle and upper classes in the society take for granted. Almost all the case studies in this paper confirm this development aspect.
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