State & Development in the Third World

State & Development in the Third World
Author: Mark Anikpo

ISBN: 978-022-267-7

Year: 2017

Pagination: 240

To deal with the role of the State in its contemporary form in the development process. Specific case studies of Pakistan, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zaire and Nigeria are used to illustrate issues that have influenced development strategies these nations adopted in order to help the reader understand what is happening in the entire Third World. The mediation of class interests in the role of the state and the ideological considerations that guide state intervention are also analysed and discussed.
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