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Lagos plan of action and Africa"s future economic relations conference proceedings, ECA-Dalhousie Conference, Halifax, 2-4 November 1984. by ECA-Dalhousie Conference (1984 Halifax, N.S.)

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Published by Centre for African Studies, Dalhousie University in [Halifax .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Africa

Subjects:

  • Lagos Plan of Action -- Congresses.,
  • Africa -- Economic policy -- Congresses.,
  • Africa -- Economic integration -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsDalhousie University. Centre for African Studies., United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHC800 .E255 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2281484M
LC Control Number86146354

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V. Morozov, ‘The Struggle for Peace and Soviet-African Relations’, a paper presented at the International Conference on OA UIECA Lagos Plan of Action and the Future of Africa, Department of International Relations, University of Ife, March Google ScholarAuthor: Ralph I. Onwuka.   The Lagos Plan of Action was developed as the continent’s blueprint through which Africa could, based on the principle of collective self-reliance, achieve rapid economic and social development. Through this blueprint Africa has continued efforts to overcome the persistent problems of underdevelopment. FROM THE LAGOS PLAN OF ACTION TO THE NEW PARTNERSHIP FOR AFRICA'S DEVELOPMENT The political economy of African regional initiatives Francis Nguendi I kome Institute for Global Dialogue Midrand, South Africa Chapter 2 African economic regionalism: an overview of pre-LPA initiatives 33File Size: 31KB. 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 International.

See OAU, Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa, – (Geneva: International Institute for Labour Studies, ); and Africa’s Priority Programme for Economic Recovery – (Addis Ababa: OAU, July ). Google ScholarAuthor: Timothy M. Shaw. The paper presented at the joint conference prepared by ECA and Dalhousie University on the Lagos Plan of Action and Africa’s future international relations from November 2 to 4,The working document primarily focuses on the Final Act of Lagos (FAL) and Lagos Plan of Action (LPA) as a foundation of decolonization in achieving socio-economic transformation and African economic integration. The first major blueprint for Africa’s development – the Lagos Plan of Action and the Final Act of Lagos – was adopted almost three decades ago, and set out a vision of an integrated African market by the year It was given further impetus by the Abuja Treaty which was . Economic Integration for Africa’s Development AFRICA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN LPA Lagos Plan of Action. viii Economic Development in Africa Report M&A merger and acquisition such as Kwame Nkrumah who, in his book Africa Must Unite, called for African unity. Hence the call for integration is well-rooted in African history, albeit File Size: KB.

The Lagos Plan of Action (officially the Lagos Plan of Action for the Economic Development of Africa, –) was an Organisation of African Unity-backed plan to increase Africa's self-sufficiency. The plan aimed to minimized Africa's links with Western countries by maximizing Africa's . initiatives such as the Monrovia Declaration, the Lagos Plan of Action, the Abuja Treaty and NEPAD, as well as on Africas recent positive performance in the economic, social and political fields File Size: 2MB. 2. Lagos Plan of Action/Plan d'Action de Lagos/For the Economic Development of Africa, , (Organization of African Unity, published by the International Institute for Labour Studies, PO Box 6, CH , Gen Switzerland, ). See summary in chapter 6, "Scenarios for Africa' '. by: 4. Africa: from the Lagos plan () to the world bank plan and the United Nations Conference () Few now remember the Lagos Plan of Action, adopted by the OAU summit in , in the tracks of the euphoria that five years earlier had marked the Third World's adoption of a charter for a 'new international economic order'. 5 Once the euphoria of the early s was over, the tares of colonial.