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by John Weeks

Author: John Weeks
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; First American Edition edition (April 1, 1992)
Category: Politics
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Since the end of the civil war in 2002 the economy is gradually recovering with a GDP growth rate between 4 and 7%. In 2008 its GDP in PPP ranked between 147th (World Bank) and 153rd (CIA) largest in the world. Sierra Leone's economic development has always been hampered by an overdependence on mineral exploitation.

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This angry book argues that the World Bank and the IMF misdiagnosed the development problems of Sierra Leone, imposed ideologically motivated and misdirected policy prescriptions, then blamed the victims . ISBN13:9781349119387. Release Date:January 1992.

Regional economies are synergy-laden systems of physical and relational assets . This argument has consequences for development policy, especially in regard to the promotion of positive agglomeration economies and the initiation of growth in poorer regions.

Regional economies are synergy-laden systems of physical and relational assets, and intensifying globalization is making this situation more and not less the case. As such, regions are an essential dimension of the development process, not just in the more advanced countries but also in less-developed parts of the world. A related policy problem concerns ways of dealing with the increase in interregional inequalities associated with contemporary globalization.

Development Strategy and the Economy of Sierra Leone. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1992. Sierra Leone's Settler Women Traders: Women on the Afro-European Frontier. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1987. Wyse, Akintola J. G. . Bankole-Bright and Politics in Colonial Sierra Leone, 1919–1958.

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Development Strategy and the Economy of Sierra Leone: ISBN 9780312072124 (978-0-312-07212-4) Hardcover, Palgrave Macmillan, 1992. A discourse on the state of souls, between death and judgment. Coauthors & Alternates.

Sierra Leone is a small West African country of apparently little importance to the rest of the world, and economics is viewed by most people as too esoteric or dismal to warrant more than passing interest. Thus, the non-specialist might well ask why he or she should devote the effort to reading this book. The reason lies in the lesson carried by the Sierra Leone experience for other small countries which suffered so tragically from economic decline in the 1970s and 1980s. Racked by the instability of the world market and suffering from population pressure on its resources, Sierra Leone sought aid from the international development community. The aid that came was hardly generous and tied to a flagrantly ideological policy package singularly irrelevant for the country's problems. And when the inappropriate policies produced their predictable and disastrous result, the dispensers of ideology blamed the victim for the failure. That, in brief, was the Sierra Leone story, and its moral has general application.