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Title:Beyond the crises: Zimbabwe's prospects for transformation
Editors:Murisa, TendaiISNI
Chikweche, Tendai
City of publisher:Harare
ISBN:1779222858; 9781779222855; 9780797467613; 9781779222831
Geographic term:Zimbabwe
Subjects:economic conditions
social conditions
climate change
land reform
social justice
Abstract:This edited volume aims to move past academic theorizations of the Zimbabwean crisis and instead focus on specific policy implications; especially in the realm of inclusive social and economic justice. In so doing, it deals with broader themes of democratization, microfinance, land reform, gender, climate change, and entrepreneurship. All contributors are active at universities in Southern Africa. Contributions: Introduction (T. Murisa, T. Chikweche); Not yet Uhuru: Zimbabwe's halting attempts at democracy (T. Murisa); Arrested development: an analysis of Zimbabwe's post-independence social policy regimes (T. Murisa, M. Nyaguse); Financial exclusion: an analysis of the evolution and development of microfinance in Zimbabwe (T. Chikweche, T. Murisa); Land and agrarian policy reforms post 2000: new trends, insights and challenges (T. Murisa, K. Mujeyi); Rethinking gender and accumulation: the relevance of small-scale entrepreneurship and social capital within a rural context (P. Mutopo); Climate change: impact on agriculture, livelihood options and adaption strategies for smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe (M. Ndebele-Murisa, C. Mubaya); Biodiversity and human development in Zimbabwe (M. Mutasa, M. Ndebele-Murisa); Business unusual: new markets, doing business with the base of the pyramid (T. Chikweche); Emerging models of inclusive growth: revisiting entrepreneurship and SMMEs in Zimbabwe (T. Chikweche, K. Mujeyi); Policy recommendations: towards an inclusive socio-economic development framework (T. Murisa, M. Nyaguse); The democracy framework manifesto for Zimbabwe (T. Murisa). [ASC Leiden abstract]