The Africa Competitiveness Report 2000/2001
The biennial Africa Competitiveness Report 2000/2001 (ACR) is a major research activity of the World Economic Forum. Oxford is pleased to make available for the first time a reasonably priced paperback edition of this invaluable resource. Africa Competitiveness Report 2000/2001 offers objective and subjective rankings of 24 African countries with an analysis of their competitive strengths and weaknesses. Each African country is given a four page profile that offers a succinct analysis of the political, economic, and social factors that affect each country's competitiveness. The countries are then ranked on numerous variables organized in the following six categories: openness, government, finance, infrastructure, labor, and institutions. Like its parent volume, the annual Global Competitiveness Report, this Report opens with essays by respected and well-known scholars who offer synthetic, evaluative treatments of African competitiveness. Africa Competitiveness Report 2000/2001 will be of great interest to students and professionals interested in finance, international management, marketing, development economics, and African studies.
- Paperback | 304 pages
- 232.7 x 257.6 x 17.5mm | 861.84g
- 01 Sep 2000
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
- 2000-2001 ed.
- two-colour charts and figures