Rethinking National Growth: A Political-Economic Analyses of the Regional Development Disparity in Ghana and a Comparison with China
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The goal of this thesis is to refocus attention on inter-regional differences that are often times concealed under the guise of national growth or development. Using northern Ghana as a primary and western China as a secondary model, this paper examines deep inter-regional development disparities in the two societies through multiple political atmospheres. This examination is done through a political-economic lens, specifically looking at government policies that have either created or exacerbated the regional inequalities over a long period of time.
Adawulai, Mohammed, "Rethinking National Growth: A Political-Economic Analyses of the Regional Development Disparity in Ghana and a Comparison with China" (2013). Senior Theses. 743.
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