Das Chaos Afrikas und die Chancen für eine endogene Entwicklung

  • Robert Kappel
Schlagworte: Afrika, Entwicklung, Krise, Informalität, Neoliberalismus

Abstract

Africa is poorer than any other region in the world. Many countries are chaos-stricken, and most observers see a long-term decline. Structural adjustments have done so far less in order to solve at least some of the deep problems. Capitalism is not far-reaching, and the informal economy dominates the lives of the majority of the people. Will the informal economy, which is growing in the urbanisation process, form the basis for an alternative “endogenous economy”? This study identifies the growth perspectives of small and medium enterprises and industrial clusters. And it looks into new growth and locational theories, which have argued that agglomerations might favour local production and investment in a globalized world.

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1999-12-01
Zitationsvorschlag
Kappel, R. (1999). Das Chaos Afrikas und die Chancen für eine endogene Entwicklung. PROKLA. Zeitschrift für Kritische Sozialwissenschaft, 29(117), 517-534. https://doi.org/10.32387/prokla.v29i117.795