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Lagos Plan of Action vs. the Berg report

Robert S. Browne

Lagos Plan of Action vs. the Berg report

contemporary issues in African economic development

by Robert S. Browne

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Published by Brunswick Pub. Co. in Lawrenceville, Va .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Africa, Sub-Saharan,
  • Economic policy.,
  • Africa.
    • Subjects:
    • Lagos Plan of Action.,
    • Accelerated development in Sub-Saharan Africa.,
    • Africa -- Economic policy.,
    • Economic assistance -- Africa.,
    • Africa, Sub-Saharan -- Economic integration.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      StatementRobert S. Browne and Robert J. Cummings.
      SeriesMonographs in African studies
      ContributionsCummings, Robert J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC800 .B79 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination216 p. ;
      Number of Pages216
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2557766M
      ISBN 100931494745, 0931494729
      LC Control Number85071413

      “In dramatic contrast to the aggressive assertion of economic nationalism in the s, a decade peppered with sweeping indigenization programs and widespread nationalism, the Organization of African Unity Lagos Plan of Action, and the blistering critique of African development performance in the World Bank's Berg Report”(p). - Also active in the effort to disseminate the Department's publication, The Lagos Plan of Action vs. The Berg Report: Contemporary Issues in African Title: Professor and Associate Dean .   According to the Lagos Plan, Africa's central objective was the alleviation of poverty and general improvement in living standards of the people. A second objective, essential to meeting the first, was increased production through expanded and diversified productive capacities that can be sustained over a long period of time. Regional cooperation and self-reliance in the Charter of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) and the Lagos Plan of Action (LPA) III. The s to s: The SAPs, the Washington Consensus and the subsequent focus on trade liberalisation III.1 The Berg Report and policy-lending through the Structural Adjustment Programmes III


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Food Security and Nutrition. YEAR. ABSTRACT. Organisation of African Unity Lagos plan of action for the economic development of Africa for the period – The Lagos Plan of Action declared the African energy situation to be disturbing and rising at a rate that should cause serious concern. With consumption of Energy increasing at a rate that causes concern for the continent's energy supplies, the lack of an African national energy policy in most African countries was a major problem.

FROM THE LAGOS PLAN OF ACTION (LPA) TO THE NEW PARTNERSHIP FOR AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT (NEPAD): THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF AFRICAN REGIONAL INITIATIVES By Francis Nguendi Ikome Department of International Relations Thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in.

Lagos at the 2nd Extraordinary Session devoted to Africa's economic problems, decided to adopt the following Plan of Action as well as the Final Act of Lagos.

In so doing, we are conscious of the tremendous effort which will be required of us, individually and collectively, to attain the goals we have set for ourselves in these documents. The Lagos Plan of Action Vs. The Berg Report. By Peter M.

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Browne and Robert J. Cummings (Lawrenceville, Va.: Brunswick Publishers,pages) Google Scholar; Download references. This book has been cited by the following publications. The Lagos Plan of Action vs the Berg Report: Contemporary Issues in African Economic Development.

Report of a Mission Organized by the IBRD at the Request of the Governments of. In formulating the Monrovia Declaration and Lagos Plan of Action African governments wanted not only to register their protest to the World Bank's "Berg Report" with its emphasis on increased agricultural exports, but also to address and redress the critical development crisis which has characterized the region's political economy over the last two decades.

example, Stein (). It is worth noting that The Berg Report was not endorsed by Africa which had just adopted in April the Lagos Plan of Action comprised of self reliant programmes for the continent as a whole. The Lagos Plan of Action vs.

The Berg Report: Contemporary Issues In African Economic Development. The Lagos Plan of Action (LPA) is a blueprint formulated and adopted by fifty African countries at Lagos, Nigeria, inintended to suggest measures for. Robert S.

Browne and Robert J. Cummings, The Lagos Plan of Action vs. the Berg Report: Contemporary Issues in African Economic Development (Washington, DC: Howard University Press, ), p. Google Scholar. Current African integration arrangements can be divided into two broad groups: those that fit into the Lagos Plan of Action (LPA) adopted in Apriland those that were either in existence or came about outside the LPA (Table 4).

The Lagos Plan was promoted by the ECA and launched in a special initiative by the OAU. However, concrete attempts began to appear only in The African Heads of States and Governments passed The Lagos Plan of Act (LPA) for a collective and rapid social and economic development with the Final Act of Lagos which planned to establish an African Economic Community by the year The Challenge of African Economic Recovery and Development (London: Frank Cass, ); Robert S.

Browne and Robert J. Cummings, The Lagos Plan of Action vs. the Berg Report (Lawrenceville, VA: Brunswick Publishing, ); and James Pickett and Hans Singer, Towards Economic Recovery in Africa (London: Routledge, ).

Africa's Choices: After 30 Years of the World Bank Boulder: West-view Press The Lagos Plan of Action vs the Berg Plan: Con-temporary Issues in African Economic Devehpment Jan. The combined efforts of the two scholars yielded The Lagos Plan of Action vs. The Berg Rev Black Polit Econ () – Report (Browne and Cummings ), a critical analysis of two documents that framed the debate on African economic policy: a policy statement based on work by African economists and political leaders and a report.

This Presentation seeks to assess, the implication of the Lagos Plan of Action beyond the year and its connectedness to the AU Vision that equally thrives to make impact into a number of areas that include inter-alia: African Identity and Renaissance; Continuation of the Struggle against Colonialism and the Right to Self-determination of People still under colonial.

inherited colonial political economy, the Lagos Plan of Action and the Final Act of Lagos () was countered by the Berg Report ().1 The Report claims to build on the Lagos Plan of Action, but nothing could be further from the truth.

The next two decades would witness the dismantling of the embryonic efforts at. It also responds to a set of policies determined by African Chiefs of State incalled the Lagos Plan of Action. While the Lagos Plan endorsed inward-looking policies of African self-reliance, the Berg report advocated for outward-looking policies of increased international trade.

The Lagos Plan of Action vs the Berg Report: Contemporary issues in African economic development. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press. Affairs, SAIIA Trade Policy Report no Economic Commission for Africa (), Assessing Regional Integration in Africa.

ECA Policy Research Report, Addis Ababa: ECA. ECOWAS (), “Treaty of the Economic Community of West African States”, Lagos El-Agraa, A.

(), The Theory and Measurement of Economic Integration, London: McMillan. Documentation: Excerpts from the World Bank’s Berg Report and from LaRouche’s book, The Economics of Nation-Building: Critical Comments Appended to the Lagos Plan of Action.

Case studies provided of Zaire, Sudan, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, and Zambia. Currency Rates Gold. by Montresor. Estimating world gold stores. Trade Review. The Lagos Plan of action was seen as revolutionary at the time, and is still brought up by scholars as a symbol of African resistance to Western development policies.

The first set of policies became known as the Lagos Plan of Action (LPA) and the Regional Food Plan for Africa (AFPLAN). The LPA and AFPLAN can be traced back to the Bandung Conference ofwhose aim was to build a bourgeois national state within the Third World with a capacity to make progress in solving the problems of underdevelopment.

Table of contents for The Review of Black Political Economy, 14, 1, The Berg Report with which the World Bank smashed the Lagos Plan of Action There was the situation in when we thought we were heading in that direction of leadership because all the two power houses in Africa had strong leaders – Thabo Mbeki in South Africa and Obasanjo in Nigeria.

Appendix B:Summary report on the Big Table meeting, Appendix C: Terms of reference of the ISG Appendix D: Extracts from the Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa ( ) Appendix E: Main mineral deposits of Africa Appendix F: U.S.

Mineral Materials Ranked by Net Import Reliance - Council for Voluntary International Action, ). International Monetary Fund,Bureau of Sta- tistics, International Financial Statistics l’eai-book (Washington, DC:IMF, ).

Lagemann, Johannes, Tradition] Farming.~~w terns in Eastern Nigeria: An Anal~sis of Re-action to Increasing PopulationDensitJ’ (Munich: Weltforum Verlag,). Book Reviews. In Whose Interest. A Guide to U.S.

South African Relations. Jackson, Sandra; et al. No abstract. The Lagos Plan of Action Vs. The Berg Report. Ngau, Peter M. et al. No abstract. Migration to Shashemene: Ethnicity, Gender and Occupation in.

In Aprilwhile the Berg Report was being prepared, EIR founder Lyndon LaRouche responded to requests by African diplomats that he give his appraisal of the Lagos Plan of Action by writing a book on nation-building in Africa. LaRouche's development manual proposes a strategy for the high-technology industrialization of African nations which.

Tostensen, loc. cit.; and Robert S. Browne and Robert J. Cummings, The Lagos Plan of Action vs. the Berg Report (Washington, D. C., ). Beverly May Carl, Economic Integration Among Developing Nations: law and policy (New York, ), gives details of.

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Valores Escolares Y Educacion Para La Ciudadania full free pdf books. The Berg Report has been extensively criticised for its failure to analyse the causes of the current crisis and for the recommendations it makes for African development (see, for example, the Special Issue of Africa Development on the Berg Report and the Lagos Plan of Action.

Of particular note is Bob’s collaboration with the late Robert (Bob) J. Cummings in producing The Lagos Plan of Action vs. The Berg Report, a monograph that analyzes alternative formulations of the path forward for African economic development.

The Lagos Plan of Action, a document describing the steps needed for African nations to achieve.publication, The Lagos Plan of Action vs. The Berg Report: Contemporary Issues in African Economic Development, by R.S. Browne and R. J. Cummings; to Undergraduate Research Assistant, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH - Responsible for reviewing, selecting and acquiring appropriate reading materials for department courses.