This title was first published in 2001. Investigating the relations between ethnicity and governance in Asia and Africa and going well beyond traditional and orthodox treatments, this volume is not only a stimulating text, but also an invaluable tool for original and innovative research.
Sandra J. MacLean
, Fahimul Quadir
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25 January 2019
Contents: Pluralisms and the changing global political economy: ethnicities in crises of governance in Asia and Africa, Fahimul Quadir, Sandra J. MacLean and Timothy M. Shaw. Governance and Economy: Globalization, capital and governance in a newly industrializing plural society: Malaysia during the 1990s, Johan Saravanamuttu; Globalization, industrialization and crisis: the coming-of-age of Malaysian women workers?, Maznah Mohamad, Cecilia Ng and Tan Beng Hui; Comparative responses to the challenges of governance and globalization: Malaysia and South Africa, Janis van der Westuizen; South Africa and the political economy of wine: from sanctions to globalizations/liberalizations, Timothy M. Shaw. Governance and Civil Society: Transnational, national, or local? gender-based NGOs and information networks in India, J.P. Singh; Promoting democratic governance at the grassroots in the twenty-first century: myths and realities of NGO programs in Bangladesh, Fahimul Quadir; Prospects for democratic governance in Africa: impacts of civil societies and ethnicities, Maria Nzomo; Post-settler state-society relations in Zimbabwe: the rise of civil society and the decline of authoritarianism, Alfred G. Nhema; Ethnicity and race in the changing political economics of South Africa and Zimbabwe, Sandra J. MacLean. Governance and Conflict: The political economy of Angola's ethnic conflict, Assis V. Malaquias; Ethnicities in crises of governance in Africa: the case of Uganda in the Great Lakes region, Pamela Mbabazi; Ethnicity, power, governance and conflict in the Great Lakes region, Abillah H. Omari; The peace and conflict impact of overseas development assistance (ODA) in Sri Lanka, Kenneth D. Bush; References; Index.
Sandra J. MacLean, Simon Fraser University, Canada, Fahimul Quadir, York University, Canada and Timothy M. Shaw, Visiting Professor, University of Massachusetts, Boston, USA