2 edition of political economy of hunger in Zimbabwe found in the catalog.
political economy of hunger in Zimbabwe
Thomas D. Shopo
|Statement||by Thomas D. Shopo.|
|Series||Working paper ;, no. 2, Working paper (Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies) ;, no. 2.|
|Contributions||Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HD9017.Z552 S56 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||86980433|
People Reached by Food Security and Livelihoods Programs. Since its independence in , Zimbabwe has experienced a tense political environment and an unstable economy. To tackle its financial challenges, the country is creating initiatives to rejuvenate the economy, including replacing the national currency with the American dollar for international trade. The Political Economy of Hunger: Volume 1: Entitlement and Well-Being (W I D E R Studies in Development Economics) Jean Dreze, Amartya Sen This volume is the first of three addressing a wide range of policy issues relating to the role of public action in combating hunger .
The root causes of hunger in Zimbabwe: an overview of the nature, causes, and effects of hunger, and strategies to combat hunger Sam Moyo, Nelson P. Moyo, Rene Lowenson Publications Office, ZIDS, - Medical - 89 pages. Book Description. The Political Economy of Africa addresses the real possibilities for African development in the coming decades when seen in the light of the continent’s economic performance over the last half-century. This involves an effort to emancipate our thinking from the grip of western economic models that have often ignored Africa’s diversity in their rush to peddle simple.
The situation in Zimbabwe resembles that of many countries in Sub-Saharan Africa experiencing increasing conﬂict and instability after rising debt levels, and the introduction of structural adjustment and governance conditionalities weakened the national economy, narrowed state capacities and political options. The state isFile Size: KB. Nearly million people in Zimbabwe are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance, nearly half of them children. The aid organization is hoping to stave off the potential for mass starvation in.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Shopo, Thomas D. Political economy of hunger in Zimbabwe. Harare: Publications Office, ZIDS,  (OCoLC) The Political Economy of Hunger: Selected Essays.
The Political Economy of Hunger is the classic analysis of an extraordinary paradox: in a world of food surpluses and satiety, hunger kills millions more people each year than wars or political repression/5(17). Beginning with a descriptive overview, it examines different explanations and remedies, concluding that poverty, and thus hunger, should be seen as the direct resurlt of the prevailing system for the creation of wealth.
Thus, while our economic system produces many advantages for some people, it also produces many disadvantages for by: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF HUNGER IN RHODESIA AND ZIMBABWE Kevin Danaher The first-time visitor to Salisbury cannot help but be impressed by the exceptionally clean and modern downtown area.
The well-kept parks and spotless boulevards put any city in the United States to shame. Supermarket shelves are well. The Political Economy of Hunger: Political Economy of Hunger: Volume 1: Entitlement and Well-being. This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND IGO licence.
The book as a whole attempts to explore many of the vague phenomena as to the characteristics, causation, and possible antidotes of hunger in the contemporary world. By carrying out both analytical and empirical investigations, it dwells on the need for a broader perspective for better understanding of the reasons and remedies of g: Zimbabwe.
* John Komlos, University of Pittsburgh, Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. XXX (September ) * Unquestionably the most satisfying book - although on a very grim subject - that I read this year is the two-volume The Political Economy of Hunger edited by /5(3).
(). Beyond the house of hunger: democratic struggle in Zimbabwe. Review of African Political Economy: Vol. 19, No. 54, pp. Cited by: Petina Gappah's top 10 books about Zimbabwe of Zimbabwe’s first political leaders to which he belongs, so strong is his sense of entitlement that he.
Publisher: Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies Citation Information: Shopo, Thomas D. The political economy of hunger in Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Institute of Development Studies, by: 5.
Millions of people in Zimbabwe face hardship, hunger and chaos as the economy comes close to “meltdown” and drought worsens. More than 18. The Political Economy of Hunger is essential reading for those academics customarily counselling policy makers.
The volume is rich with warnings about assumptions and suppositions, habitually found in official documents, which are partially untrue, sometimes untrue or simply untrue. Citation Shopo, Thomas D.
(), The political economy of hunger in Zimbabwe, Working paper no. 2, Harare: Institute of Development Studies, University of ZimbabweCited by: 5. The Political Economy of Hunger book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
This is an open access title available under the terms of /5(3). This book is an inquiry into the role of law in the contemporary political economy of hunger. In the work of many international institutions, governments, and NGOs, law is represented as a solution to the persistence of hunger.
This presentation is evident in the efforts to realize a human right to adequate food, as well as in the positioning of law, in the form of regulation, as a tool to. Book The Political Economy of Hunger Famine Prevention: Volume 2.
This book is the second of three volumes. Every year millions of people are losing their lives around the world, undeterred by the widespread opulence and remarkably higher per capita income, because of sporadic famines, endemic undernourishment, and destitution; let alone.
The Political Economy of Hunger. Volume 3: Endemic Hunger. Edited by Jean Drèze and Amartya Sen. A Clarendon Press Publication. WIDER Studies in Development Economics. This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND IGO licence. THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ZIMBABWE Download The Political Economy Of Zimbabwe ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format.
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Institute of Development Studies.;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: University of Zimbabwe. Institute of Development Studies. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "May "--Foreword. Description. This book focuses on the centrality of the land question, in the study of modern Zimbabwean history.
It reviews previously published studies, and introduces new material. The study covers: the genesis of the land segregation legislation in Rhodesia, The Land Apportionment Act, and the economic effects of the Act; land and mass nationalism between andthe dispossession of the.The coming to power of black-majority government in Zimbabwe in marked a critical turning point in the history of the country.
The election of the Zimbabwe African National Union–Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF), led by Robert Mugabe, and the legitimacy surrounding his victory, set the stage for a new political configuration of power, with a variety of potential implications for Zimbabwe’s.Highlighting an emergent scholarship amongst young black scholars in Zimbabwe, and providing an understanding of how people and communities respond to socio-economic challenges, this book is an important read for scholars of African political economy, southern African studies and : Hardcover.