The African Development Bank: Problems of International Cooperation is an account of events and developments during Kwame Donkoh Fordwor time in the African Development Bank (ADB).
The title details the basic issues and problems in international cooperative effort in the field of developmental planning and action. The text first covers the objectives and problems of the ADB, and the proceeds to tackling the role of politics in an institution such as the ADB. Next, the selection details the ideas and objectives of the ADB during the author’s tenure of office. The book will be of great interest to political scientists and economists. Individuals who concerned with international development will also benefit from the text.
Foreword Preface Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 A Continent for a Constituency Chapter 3 The Dakar Meeting Chapter 4 After Dakar Chapter 5 The Kinshasa Meeting Chapter 6 Assumption of Office Chapter 7 The Program of Action Chapter 8 The Port Louis Meeting Chapter 9 Port Louis and After Chapter 10 The Libreville Meeting Chapter 11 Negotiations with Nonregional States Chapter 12 The Abidjan Meeting Chapter 13 The Query Chapter 14 The Response Chapter 15 The Impasse Chapter 16 The Resolution Chapter 17 Postscript Index About the Author
- No. of pages:
- © Pergamon 1981
- 1st January 1981
- eBook ISBN: