This book examines the impetuses for, and the features and outcomes of, economic reforms in Africa, using the case studies of seven countries, including Burundi, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe. The case studies in this book address three main issues: (a) Why do countries embark of economic reforms? (b) What are the features of the reforms undertaken in the various African countries? (c) How well did the reforms perform? The book is based on the premise that a proper understanding of economic reforms is served by focusing on how the key variables play out in specific historical, geopolitical and socio-economic contexts.
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