With the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development of the 2015 UN General Assembly, global strategic planning is more significant than ever before. In fact, the poverty reduction efforts in the international ground have been clearly connected to the three dimensions of sustainable development – economic, social and environmental. However, development planning requests the formulation of a national programme of action for achieving development objectives.
Unanimously, no African country wants to be dependent on aid. Indeed, continental development plan is most justified in a national economy when it optimizes its public domestic resources and financial management. Factually, public domestic resources remain a major instrument of development plan via the financial part as they are the largest numerically with a total external financial flows into Africa amounted to $200 billion in 2014 and domestic taxes $530 billion (OECD, UNDP, AFDB,2014).
In this book, the international economist and transcontinental expert Marco Kamango Wembulua Albertovich proposes as the direct key to financial sustainability and African self-sufficiency, domestic resources in association with proactive leadership and continental commitment - at both the political and institutional levels - for achieving a successful national then continental development.
||Management, gestion et économie d'entreprise - Finance
||A5 (14,8 x 21 cm)
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