Tanzania: A Political Economy
Andrew Coulson, Lecturer in the Project Planning Centre for Developing Countries Andrew Coulson, Oxford Univ Pr On Demand
Clarendon Press, 1982 - 394 pages
This book gives an account of the political economy of Tanzania, tracing the historical processes by which the country developed from pre-colonial trade in slaves and ivory, through German and then British colonial rule, to take its place in the international economy.
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Tanzania and the International Economy
DEVELOPMENT AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT BEFORE 1900
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