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019    9781315163758 
020    9781315163758|q(e-book : PDF) 
020    9781351672085|q(e-book: Mobi) 
020    |z9781138059245|q(hardback) 
024 7  10.4324/9781315163758 |2doi 
035    (OCoLC)989124055 
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050  4 HD9502.A492|bP65 2017 
082 04 333.79150967|bP769 
245 04 The political economy of energy in Sub-Saharan Africa /
       |cedited by Lucky E. Asuelime and Okem Andrew Emmanuel. 
264  1 New York :|bRoutledge,|c2017. 
300    1 online resource (x, 202 pages) 
490 1  Routledge studies on the political economy of Africa ;
       |vVolume 1 
505 00 |gPart I: Introduction --|tExpanding the frontiers of the 
       political economy of Sub-Sahara Africa's energy /|rLucky 
       E. Asuelime --|gPart II: Theories and concepts --
       |tDeliberative theory and the politics of the natural 
       resource economy in southern Africa /|rAlbert K. Domson-
       Lindsay --|tIn pursuit of pro-poor development in Ghana: 
       is accessible, affordable and reliable energy supply the 
       missing link /|rDavid Anaafo --|tEcological social work: 
       reconnoitering socio-cultural and socio-political 
       patterned ecological conservation awareness and benefits 
       at the Big 5 False Bay municipality /|rPrecious T. 
       Nwachukwu, Francis C. Akpagu and Lucky E. Asuelime --
       |gPart III: Sustainable energy, land and food security --
       |tGlobal energy demand and its implications for Sub-
       Saharan Africa /|rAndrew E. Okem --|tGovernance 
       institutions for sustainable energy resources management 
       in Nigeria: issues, perspectives and policy agenda for 
       action /|rOlawale R. Olaopa, Yusuf O. Akinwale and 
       Ibikunle O. Ogundari --|tThe political economy of gendered
       relationships and the land use interaction between natural
       resources and human agency in Zimbabwe /|rEsther Gandari 
       and Shepard Mutsau --|tDegradation and climate change: 
       implications for sustainable energy supply in Zambia /
       |rCuman Banji Chinzila --|gPart IV: The political economy 
       of oil and coal in Nigeria --|tNigerian coal industry: 
       focus on effects of under-utilization to the economy, 1909
       -2015 /|rUchenna Solomon Ani & Kelechi Johnmary Ani --
       |tExploring the political economy of fuel subsidy in 
       Nigeria /|rSegun Joshua --|tThe impact of oil exploration 
       and exploitation in the Niger Delta, Nigeria /|rFriday 
       Aworawo --|gPart V: Conclusion --|tThe political economy 
       of oil, clean energy and environmental transitions in Sub-
       Saharan Africa: lessons for the future /|rAndrew E. Okem. 
520    A deepening ecological crisis is rearing its head in sub-
       Saharan Africa, as it faces a myriad of challenges in 
       regards to the development of its energy sector. The 
       'dirty now and clean up later' approach to the environment
       has a strong appeal, particularly because it is often 
       thought of as the last place to try to edge in another 
       priority - especially if that priority is perceived by 
       many to be an economic luxury. Asuelime and Okem bring 
       together a team of specialist contributors who investigate
       to what extent sub-Saharan Africa has displayed foresight 
       or politico-economic integrity. The book shows the state's
       ability to meet the demands of provision of energy in sub-
       Saharan Africa has led to heavy investments in 
       infrastructure, transmission and distribution of energy to
       the citizens. However, the inefficiencies, corruption and 
       unhealthy bureaucratic challenges that accompany this have
       led urgent problems, which will be thoroughly explored in 
       this book. The Political Economy of Energy in Sub-Saharan 
       Africa will be of interest to students and scholars of 
       African Studies, Development Studies, political science 
       and environment. 
650  0 Energy development|xEnvironmental aspects|zAfrica, Sub-
       Saharan. 
650  0 Energy policy|xEnvironmental aspects|zAfrica, Sub-Saharan.
650  0 Sustainable development|zAfrica, Sub-Saharan. 
650  0 Natural resources|zAfrica, Sub-Saharan|xManagement. 
700 1  Asuelime, Lucky,|eeditor. 
700 1  Emmanuel, Okem Andrew,|eeditor. 
776 08 |iPrint version: |z9781138059245|w(DLC) 2017025928 
830  0 Routledge studies on the political economy of Africa ;
       |vVolume 1. 
856 40 |uhttps://ezp.lib.unimelb.edu.au/login?url=https://
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990    University of Melbourne Taylor and Francis EBS 2019-2020 
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