Assessing regional integration in Africa. II, Rationalizing regional economic communities.
- Other Title:
- Rationalizing regional economic communities
ARIA II: rationalizing regional economic communities
- Addis Ababa, Ethiopia : Economic Commission for Africa : African Union, 2006.
- Government document
xxvi, 150 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm.
- Africa -- Economic integration.
Regionalism -- Africa.
African Economic Community.
- This report examines the effectiveness of Africa's regional economic communities in pushing forward the regional integration agenda towards the objectives of the Abuja Treaty establishing the African Economic Community. A fully functioning African Economic Community would remove all barriers to movement of people, goods and services across the continent, thereby creating a single economic space. The report examines the critical role that institutions in general can play in achieving policy objectives, and the specific role that African institutions perform. The analysis focuses on the regional economic communities, which have been designated by the African Union as the building blocks for achieving the African Economic Community.--Publisher's description.
- The drivers of regional integration for Africa's development
Institutions and regional integration in Africa
The case for rationalization : the inefficiency and ineffectiveness of the regional economic communities
Missing consensus and actions at the national level
Inadequate coordination at the continental level
Defining a framework for rationalization
Strengthening the rationalization framework.
- Edited by Bruce Ross-Larson.
Includes bibliographical references.
"Sales number E.06. II. K.2"--T.p. verso.
- Ross-Larson, Bruce Clifford, 1942-
United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa.
- Other format:
- Online version: Assessing regional integration in Africa II.
- Access Restriction:
- Distribution: General.
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