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Capitalism in Africa: mutating capitalist relations and social formations

Capitalism in Africa: mutating capitalist relations and social formations SUMMARYThis debate examines the question of whether African societies are capitalist or not. The debate is currently taking place on the ROAPE website (www.roape.net), addressing the question of whether African societies have persistently managed to elude the irresistible forces of capitalism. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Review of African Political Economy Taylor & Francis

Capitalism in Africa: mutating capitalist relations and social formations

Review of African Political Economy , Volume 45 (155): 10 – Jan 2, 2018

Capitalism in Africa: mutating capitalist relations and social formations

Review of African Political Economy , Volume 45 (155): 10 – Jan 2, 2018

Abstract

SUMMARYThis debate examines the question of whether African societies are capitalist or not. The debate is currently taking place on the ROAPE website (www.roape.net), addressing the question of whether African societies have persistently managed to elude the irresistible forces of capitalism.

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Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Copyright
© 2017 ROAPE Publications Ltd
ISSN
1740-1720
eISSN
0305-6244
DOI
10.1080/03056244.2017.1372280
Publisher site
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Abstract

SUMMARYThis debate examines the question of whether African societies are capitalist or not. The debate is currently taking place on the ROAPE website (www.roape.net), addressing the question of whether African societies have persistently managed to elude the irresistible forces of capitalism.

Journal

Review of African Political EconomyTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 2, 2018

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