In the year 2001, when President John Kufuor is considering a national economic strategy after his election to the first democratic transfer of power in Ghana’s history. Focuses on the long history of Ghana’s poor economic performance and persistent poverty, highlights the challenges of economic development in Africa and other low-income countries. Provides a brief political and economic history of Ghana, focusing on the Nkrumah era 1957-1966, the World Bank and IMF-led structural reforms … Read more »

In the year 2001, when President John Kufuor is considering a national economic strategy after his election to the first democratic transfer of power in Ghana’s history. Focuses on the long history of Ghana’s poor economic performance and persistent poverty, highlights the challenges of economic development in Africa and other low-income countries. Provides a brief political and economic history of Ghana, which. Nkrumah on the era 1957-1966, the World Bank and IMF-led structural reforms of the 1980s, and the pursuit of reforms after the first democratic elections in 1992 Details of Ghana’s economic and political context and cluster performance in 2001 and summarizes the Kufuor administration initiatives are taken to promote development. Detailed historical economic and social data allow an evaluation of the results of the policy.
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Michael E. Porter,
Kjell Carlsson
Source: Harvard Business School
34 pages.
Publication Date: Apr 18,, 2006. Prod #: 706 497 PDF-ENG
Ghana: National Economic Strategy HBR case solution

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