Development policy in Africa: Public and Private Perspectives

by Sep 22, 2011

This conference was convened in Oxford on 29-31 March by Oxford University’s Centre for the study of African Economics (CSAE), bringing together leading players in business, academia and government. Professor John Toye, Director of CSAE, Sir Tim Lankester, President of Corpus Christi College, Oxford and the Rt Hon Claire Short MP, Secretary for International Development, UK, opened the conference. President Mogae of Botswana, whose recipe for a conducive business climate was “stable, balanced and predictable”, spelled out the challenge facing the continent at the conference dinner.

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