About the authors: Mathurin C. Houngnikpo holds a PhD in International Studies from the University of Denver. He has worked as an adjunct Professor of Contemporary Global Issues at the University of Denver, and as adjunct Professor of African History and Politics at the Metropolitan State College of Denver. He is currently Visiting Professor of International Studies at Miami University of Ohio in Oxford, Ohio
Henry Kyambalesa is an independent researcher and consultant in Business and Management based in Denver. He has taught at several institutions, including the Copperbelt University in Zambia. He holds degrees from the University of Zambia, Oklahoma City University, and the University of Denver. He is the author of several books on entrepreneurship, marketing, management, business, and technological development.
2001 0-7734-7408-0 Chapters examine the issues of political leadership and governance; social issues including chaotic health care systems, inadequate educational systems, overcrowded cities, ethnic conflicts, diseases, and environmental degradation; economic issues, trade theory and strategy, privatization, and the external debt burden; African history and traditions; and a prognosis on Africa’s future. This book will interest educators and students in African development studies, policy makers, and inter-governmental organization decision-makers.