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Leadership and national development in North Africa: a comparative study.

Berkeley, University of California Press [1972] .
ISBN 0520021703

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Subjects Africa, North -- Economic policy.
Africa, North -- Politics and government.
Africa, North.
Afrique du Nord -- Politique et gouvernement.
Afrique du Nord -- Politique économique.
Economic policy.
Elite (Sciences sociales) -- Cas, Etudes de.
Elite (Social sciences)
Elite (Social sciences) -- Africa, North -- Case studies.
Élite (sciences sociales) -- Afrique du Nord.
Leadership -- Cas, Études de.
Leadership -- Case studies.
Politics and government
Politieke ontwikkeling.
Sociaal-economische ontwikkeling.
Description xi, 241 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 220-237).
Contents Introduction -- I. The historical traditions of the Maghribi state -- 1. The state: Medieval and patrimonial -- 2. Diversity and dimension of national formation -- II. Colonial domination: Social change and underdevelopment -- 3. Political domination -- 4. Economic domination -- III. The emerging leaderships -- 5. Morocco: Marginal political elites -- 6. Tunisia: The coherence of a ruling elite -- 7. Algeria: Dissensus and interelite conflicts -- The coherence of the national elite -- IV. Elites, institutions, and development -- 9. Institutions and institutional competence -- 10. Policies of economic development -- 11. Conclusions: Contrasting strategies -- Epilogue.
Genre Case studies.
Geographic Area Africa, North
Network Numbers (OCoLC)600201
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Hermassi, Elbaki.
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