Inaugural Seminar on Capacity Building, Governance, and Economic Reform in Africa : Abidjan, Côte, d'Ivoire, 2-3 November 1999 /
edited by Michel A. Dessart, Roland E. Ubogu.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, African Development Bank, World Bank, 2001.
iv, 112, iv, 127 p. ; 26 cm.
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Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, African Development Bank, World Bank, 2001.
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Capacity building, governance, and economic reform in Africa / Omar Kabbaj ... [et al.] -- The changing role of the state, governance and new capacity requirements / Tidjane Thiam ... [et al.] -- The challenge of achieving macroeconomic stability in Africa / Goodall Gondwe ... [et al.] -- Requirements for capacity building in Africa ... [et al.] -- Role of international financial institutions in capacity building in Africa / Ole Blicher Olsen ... [et al.].
general note
At head of title: Joint Africa Institute.
Title on added t.p.: Séminaire inaugural sur le thème: Renforcements des capacités, gouvernance et réformes économiques en Afrique.
language note
English and French back-to-back.
catalogue key
Includes bibliographical references.
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The Joint African Institute was established by the African Development Bank, the IMF and the World Bank. This first seminar aimed to provide participants from multilateral institutions, the African public sector, and African academics, with a forum to discuss approaches to improving systems of governance and finding workable capacity-building solutions to Africa's economic development process.

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