Africa is at the forefront of a globalised project of neoliberal reform. In Neoliberal Africa, Graham Harrison explores the ways in which African countries have experienced this project, which goes beyond economic liberalisation towards a bolder social transformation.
Harrison shows that - after thirty years of projects, aid disbursement, technical assistance and conditionality - Africa's development crisis is not an exception to neoliberal globalisation, but at the heart of it.
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About the Author
Graham Harrison teaches Politics at the University of Sheffield.