SouthViews No. 74, 7 August 2013
Africa Has Entered A New Season of Planning and Long-Term Development Thinking
By Adebayo Olukoshi
This article, originally a background note for the “IDEP at 50” Conference, traces the history of economic planning in Africa and concludes that there is now a “new season” of planning and long-term development thinking in the region. This analysis is by the Director of the United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP).
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This article was tagged: Economic Planning, IDEP at 50, United Nations (UN), United Nations African Institute for Economic Development and Planning (IDEP)