Malawi

Economy, Society and Political Affairs

Matthias Rompel (Redaktør) ; Reimer Gronemeyer (Redaktør)

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The first comprehensive study of contemporary Malawi, providing insight into the origins of its present poverty

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Malawi 50 Years after Independence: Failed State or Latecomer? - Matthias Rompel
2. Malawi's Rocky Way Towards Democratic Consolidation - Heiko Meinhardt
3. The Quest for Social Equity and Human Rights in Malawi - Rafiq Hajat
4. Endemic Poverty and Marco-Economic State of Play - Ronald Mangani
5. The Political Economy of Corruption - Blessings Chisinga
6. The Snail Pace of Public Financial Management Reform - Barbara Dutzler
7. Agriculture: Backbone of the Malawian Economy and its Food and Nutrition Security - Timothy Gondwe
8. Maize and Malnutrition - Reimer Gronemeyer & Michaela Fink
9. Biofuels and New Strategies for Food Security in Malawi - Lameck Mwewa
10. Tourism Development in Malawi: The Critical Success Factors - Adrienne Harris
11. Tobacco: Malawi's Dangerous and Unhealthy 'Green Gold' - Collins Mtika
12. Religion and Politics in Malawi: A (Desperate) Plead for Divine Intervention - Martin Ott

Om forfatteren

Matthias Rompel is teaching Development Studies as Honorary Professor at Giessen University, Germany. He has been working as a development professional in Africa for the last 20 years. He is the Head of the Southern Africa Division of Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, the German governments international cooperation agency.

Reimer Gronemeyer is Professor of Sociology at Giessen University. He has researched and written on Africa for over forty years, and has worked as a consultant for agencies including GIZ and the Red Cross.