Der Zentralafrikanische Regenwald : Ökologie, Geschichte, Gesellschaft, Wirtschaft /
Michael Bollig, Doris Bünnagel (Hrsg.).
Münster : Lit, [1992?]
iii, 231 p. : ill., maps ; 22 cm.
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Münster : Lit, [1992?]
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" This study analyses the perspectives of industrialisation in Africa, taking the example of edible oil industry, one of the historical and most important sub-sectors, in two countries. The study focuses on three important aspects for success of industry: the linkages between industry and agriculture, the performance of public and private enterprises, and the impact of government policy on the sector. The results challenge conventional views on the determinants of industrial succes. Die Autorin untersucht die Perspektiven der Industrialisierung Afrikas am Beispiel der Speiseölbranche, einer der wichtigsten Industriezweige. Die Studie setzt sich insbesondere mit der Vernetzung der Industrie mit der Landwirtschaft, mit der Leistung staatlicher und privater Betriebe sowie mit dem Einfluß von Politik auf den Sektor auseinander. "
Table of Contents
Introductionp. 1
Methodologyp. 26
The development of the industrial sector in Sudan and in Egyptp. 29
Linkages between industry and agriculturep. 53
Private and public enterprises in the edible oil industryp. 84
The role of the state and other institutionsp. 113
Summary and conclusionp. 146
Referencesp. 150
Appendix 1: Price indicesp. 162
Appendix 2: International Standard Industrial Classificationp. 164
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