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Non-Traditional Export Promotion in Africa
Experience and Issues
 
 
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14 Dec 2001
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The volume contains original essays by authors who have worked together to derive lessons for African export prospects from the experiences of some of the more successful developing countries in East Asia and Latin America. They present up-to-date data and analysis on non-traditional exporting experience, problems and prospects in a sample of seven Subsaharan African countries.


Description

The volume contains original essays by authors who have worked together to derive lessons for African export prospects from the experiences of some of the more successful developing countries in East Asia and Latin America. They present up-to-date data and analysis on non-traditional exporting experience, problems and prospects in a sample of seven Subsaharan African countries.


Reviews

'Non-traditional Export Promotion in Africa includes a wide range of articles about country experiences with non-traditional export promotion. The book provides interesting insights in the experience of developing countries in non-traditional export promotion...[and] gives helpful advice to policy makers and interesting ideas for the scientific reader.' - African Development Perspectives Yearbook

'The book provides interesting insights in the experience of developing countries in non-traditional export promotion...the book gives helpful advice to policy makers and interesting ideas for the scientific reader.' - Tobias Knedlik, Book reviews and Book Notes


Contents

List of Figures
List of Tables
Notes on the Contributors
Foreword: G. A.Cornia
Preface
Introduction: G.K.Helleiner
PART I: NON-AFRICAN EXPERIENCE AND ISSUES
Selective Policies for Export Promotion: Lessons from the Asian Tigers; S.Lall
Export Performance in Chile: Lessons for Africa; M.Agosin
Costa Rica: Policies and Conditions for Export Diversification; E.Rodríguez
Real Exchange Rate Policy and Non-Traditional Exports in Developing Countries; I.Elbadawi
PART II: FIVE AFRICAN COUNTRIES' EXPERIENCE
Promotion of Non-Traditional Exports in Kenya, 1980-96; F.Mwega
The Role of Non-Traditional Exports in Mauritius; B.Dabee
Growing Without Gold? South Africa's Non-Traditional Exports Since 1980; A.Black & B.Kahn
Promoting Non-Traditional Exports in Tanzania; B.Ndulu, J.Semboja & A.Mbelle
Economic Reforms and Non-Traditional Exports in Zimbabwe: Is Anything Taking Shape?; J.Chipika & R.Davies
Index


Authors

GERALD K. HELLEINER is Professor Emeritus (Department of Economics) and a Distinguished Research Fellow (Munk Centre for International Studies), both at the University of Toronto.