This book presents a collection of case studies that make apparent that African corporatism is comparable yet in contrast to corporatism elsewhere. The collection also demonstrates the variation in corporatist practice and success among African countries. .
Table of Contents
Corporatism in Africa in the 1990s: Toward a New African Studies? -- The Limits of Corporatism as a Concept and Model -- Clarifying Some Analytical Issues in Corporatism* -- State Corporatism in Tanzania* -- Corporatism in Nigeria -- Corporatism in Ethiopia: From Monarchy to Military Socialism -- The Case of Zaire: Is Mobutu a Corporatist? -- Corporatism in Zimbabwe: Revolution Restrained -- Corporatism and Political Transactions: Some Ruminations on the Ghanaian Experience -- Portuguese Corporatism and Colonialism in Angola, 1930 to 1960
Nyang'oro, Julius E.