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The Resource Supporting Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa - Volume I : Sustainability in Infrastructure Development, edited by Elena G. Popkova, Bruno S. Sergi, Lubinda Haabazoka, Julia V. Ragulina, (electronic resource)

Supporting Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa - Volume I : Sustainability in Infrastructure Development, edited by Elena G. Popkova, Bruno S. Sergi, Lubinda Haabazoka, Julia V. Ragulina, (electronic resource)

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Supporting Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa - Volume I : Sustainability in Infrastructure Development
Title
Supporting Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa - Volume I
Title remainder
Sustainability in Infrastructure Development
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edited by Elena G. Popkova, Bruno S. Sergi, Lubinda Haabazoka, Julia V. Ragulina
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eng
Summary
This edited volume explores and dissects Africa's economic growth and sustainable development using an optimal conceptual model of the progressive continent's development up to and until 2030. Africa is studied not against the background of developed (OECD) and leading developing (e.g. BRICS) countries, but as a separate economy and as a self-sufficient region which follows its own priorities, and implements its own unique opportunities and vectors of growth and development. This first volume addresses the contemporary and topical issues of inclusive growth, digital modernisation, and sustainable development, recommending policy outcomes for the future.--
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  • Popkova, Elena G
  • Sergi, Bruno S
  • Haabazoka, Lubinda
  • Ragulina, Julia V
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Springer eBooks.
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  • Africa—Economic conditions
  • Development economics
  • Economic growth
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Supporting Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa - Volume I : Sustainability in Infrastructure Development, edited by Elena G. Popkova, Bruno S. Sergi, Lubinda Haabazoka, Julia V. Ragulina, (electronic resource)
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https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-41979-0
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Contents
Part I Sustainability in Infrastructure Development -- Chapter 1. Resilient Off-Grid Solar PV Power Supply for Rural Communities -- Chapter 2. Alternative Dispute Resolution in Kenya -- Chapter 3. Engineering Skills Development Through Mega Construction Projects (MCPs) -- Chapter 4. A Conceptual Review of Factors Influencing Succession in Small- and Medium-Sized Construction Firms in Nigeria -- Chapter 5. Constitutional Bases of Social Rights in South African States and Their Compliance with Generally Accepted International Standards -- Chapter 6. Industrialization in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and Opportunities -- Chapter 7.International Commercial Arbitration in African Countries: Development Prospects -- Chapter 8. Recognition, Enforcement and Challenges of Decisions of the General Court of Justice and Arbitration of the Organization for the Harmonization of Commercial Law in Africa (OHADA) -- Chapter 9. Role of the Basel and Bamako Conventions in the Fight Against Wastes in Africa -- Chapter 10. The Impact of Colonial Heritage and Other Factors on Evolution of Legal Regulation of Civil Justice, Arbitrage and Mediation in the West African States Included in the ECOWAS -- Chapter 11. The Nature of Customary (Traditional) Law and Customary Courts in ECOWAS Countries -- Chapter 12. The Role of Agriculture in African Countries as a Direction of Economy Diversification -- Part II Infrastructure Project Delivery Systems -- Chapter 13. Assessing the Utility of the Retention Bond as an Alternative to Cash Retention for Small-Scale Contractors in Zambia -- Chapter 14. Issues of Corruption in Construction Projects and Infrastructure Development in Nigeria: An Empirical Approach -- Chapter 15. Root Causes of Delays in Ghanaian Public Sector Competitive Tendering Process -- Chapter 16. Perceived Unethical Engineering in Road Construction in Zambia -- Chapter 17. Retrospective Analysis of Failure Causes of Small-Scale Contractors’ Business in Zambia: Contractors’ Perspective.-Chapter 18. A Skills Measurement Framework for the Construction Industry: A Case of Lusaka Province -- Chapter 19. Suitable Infrastructure Projects for Public Private Partnerships in Zambia -- Chapter 20. Analysis of the Factors Influencing Residential Housing Consumers’ Location Preferences in Uyo -- Chapter 21. Effectiveness of Waste Management Control Systems in Bloemfontein -- Chapter 22. Exploring the Impact of SMME Participation in Township Development Projects -- Chapter 23. Indicators of Management Capability in Small and Medium-Sized Construction Organisations: A Literature Review -- Chapter 24. Marketing Tools of Implementing the National Oncological Projects in Developing Countries Within the Scenario of Digital Medicine Development -- Chapter 25. Developing Countries on the Path of Implementing the National Oncological Projects: Market Barriers and Marketing Tools for Overcoming Them -- Chapter 26. Modern Africa on the Path of Sustainable Development: A View into the Future
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978-3-030-41979-0
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1st ed. 2020.
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9783030419790
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Supporting Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa - Volume I : Sustainability in Infrastructure Development, edited by Elena G. Popkova, Bruno S. Sergi, Lubinda Haabazoka, Julia V. Ragulina, (electronic resource)
Link
https://eui.idm.oclc.org/login?url=https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-41979-0
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mixed
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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not applicable
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text
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  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I Sustainability in Infrastructure Development -- Chapter 1. Resilient Off-Grid Solar PV Power Supply for Rural Communities -- Chapter 2. Alternative Dispute Resolution in Kenya -- Chapter 3. Engineering Skills Development Through Mega Construction Projects (MCPs) -- Chapter 4. A Conceptual Review of Factors Influencing Succession in Small- and Medium-Sized Construction Firms in Nigeria -- Chapter 5. Constitutional Bases of Social Rights in South African States and Their Compliance with Generally Accepted International Standards -- Chapter 6. Industrialization in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and Opportunities -- Chapter 7.International Commercial Arbitration in African Countries: Development Prospects -- Chapter 8. Recognition, Enforcement and Challenges of Decisions of the General Court of Justice and Arbitration of the Organization for the Harmonization of Commercial Law in Africa (OHADA) -- Chapter 9. Role of the Basel and Bamako Conventions in the Fight Against Wastes in Africa -- Chapter 10. The Impact of Colonial Heritage and Other Factors on Evolution of Legal Regulation of Civil Justice, Arbitrage and Mediation in the West African States Included in the ECOWAS -- Chapter 11. The Nature of Customary (Traditional) Law and Customary Courts in ECOWAS Countries -- Chapter 12. The Role of Agriculture in African Countries as a Direction of Economy Diversification -- Part II Infrastructure Project Delivery Systems -- Chapter 13. Assessing the Utility of the Retention Bond as an Alternative to Cash Retention for Small-Scale Contractors in Zambia -- Chapter 14. Issues of Corruption in Construction Projects and Infrastructure Development in Nigeria: An Empirical Approach -- Chapter 15. Root Causes of Delays in Ghanaian Public Sector Competitive Tendering Process -- Chapter 16. Perceived Unethical Engineering in Road Construction in Zambia -- Chapter 17. Retrospective Analysis of Failure Causes of Small-Scale Contractors’ Business in Zambia: Contractors’ Perspective.-Chapter 18. A Skills Measurement Framework for the Construction Industry: A Case of Lusaka Province -- Chapter 19. Suitable Infrastructure Projects for Public Private Partnerships in Zambia -- Chapter 20. Analysis of the Factors Influencing Residential Housing Consumers’ Location Preferences in Uyo -- Chapter 21. Effectiveness of Waste Management Control Systems in Bloemfontein -- Chapter 22. Exploring the Impact of SMME Participation in Township Development Projects -- Chapter 23. Indicators of Management Capability in Small and Medium-Sized Construction Organisations: A Literature Review -- Chapter 24. Marketing Tools of Implementing the National Oncological Projects in Developing Countries Within the Scenario of Digital Medicine Development -- Chapter 25. Developing Countries on the Path of Implementing the National Oncological Projects: Market Barriers and Marketing Tools for Overcoming Them -- Chapter 26. Modern Africa on the Path of Sustainable Development: A View into the Future
Control code
978-3-030-41979-0
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
1st ed. 2020.
Extent
1 online resource
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
  • online
  • electronic
Isbn
9783030419790
Level of compression
uncompressed
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Quality assurance targets
absent
Reformatting quality
access
Specific material designation
remote

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