Globalisation, Governance and development, Africa
It is our pleasure to inaugurate The African Journal of Governance and Development, a new voice in the evolving conversation regarding the fate of the African continent in this era of globalisation. The editorial team wishes to thank the University of Saint Thomas of Maputo, Mozambique for offering the opportunity to provide a new outlet for those wishing to contribute to our understanding of the human condition in Africa. This journal aspires to be a multi-disciplinary publication that seeks to bring researchers and governance/development practitioners from around the world to share social scientific knowledge focused at the intersection of governance and development. The journal aims to provide space for debating issues from an academic perspective, and for policy consideration as well.
African Journal of Governance and Development
Required Publisher's Statement
Johnson, Vernon D., "The Marriage of Governance and Development" (2011). Political Science Faculty Publications. 19.
Subjects - Topical (LCSH)
Globalization--Africa; Capitalism--Africa; Economic development--Africa
Subjects - Names (LCNAF)