|Exporting Africa: Technology, Trade and Industrialization in Sub-Saharan Africa (UNU, 1995, 434 pages)|
|Part I. Exporting Africa: an analysis|
|The position of Africa in world trade|
|Industrialization and economic transformation|
|Organization of this book|
|2. Trade theory: relevance and implications for African export orientation|
|Conventional trade theory: essence and relevance|
|Critics and extensions of conventional trade theory|
|Trade theory and accumulation effects: introducing new growth theories|
|Some implications of new trade theories for Africa|
|3. Some conceptual issues and methodology of the study|
|Some conceptual issues|
|The dynamics of firm capabilities|
|Guiding questions of the study|
|The case study approach|
|Sampling: firms, industries and countries|
|Implementation of the study|
|4. The changing world economy: market conditions and technological developments|
|Changing market conditions|
|The changing prospects of access to world markets|
|New technologies and the implications of changing technological conditions|
|5. Main findings of the study: a synthesis|
|Position of exporting firms in the world market|
|History of exporting: conditions and path followed|
|How firms maintain or improve their positions in export markets|
|How some firms lose ground in export markets|
|Linkages and supporting industries|
|The influence of policy on firms' export activity|
|6. Conclusions and policy implications|
|Building core capabilities: towards competitiveness|
|Economic reforms and industrialization|
|Export orientation or import substitution?|
|Local or foreign investment?|
|Regional cooperation and trade agreements|
|Notes to part I|
|Part II. Country studies|
|Textiles and clothing|
|Determination of enterprise performance and efficiency|
|Emerging issues and the challenges ahead|
|Food and beverages|
|Appendix: the incidence of leasing in Nigeria9|
|The textile and clothing industry|
|The pharmaceutical industry|
|The metal industry|
|The cement industry|
|Pulp, paper and packaging|
|Leather and footwear industry|
|11. The Ivory Coast|
|The cooking fats industry|
|Preserved and processed foods|
|The textiles industry|
|The firms in the sample|
|Response to external factors|
|New technologies and exports|
|Appendix: Survey questions|
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