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Health of Indigenous people in Africa
It is argued that wider changes are needed to address the social determinants of Indigenous peoples' health. Expand
Corruption and Mismanagement in Botswana: a Best-Case Example?
Independent Botswana has developed on three main pillars: rapid and sustained economic growth (over the decade to 1992, for example, at 8.4 per cent a year, third-highest among all developingExpand
The state and extreme poverty in Botswana: the San and destitutes
The rise of wealth and power within the cattle-owning economy of Botswana has been accompanied by the creation of poverty and weakness. The impoverishment of the San and ‘destitutes’ was aExpand
Interpreting the Exceptionality of Botswana
Botswana has achieved rapid growth with stability since independence in 1966, largely through the supportive interrelations between an open market economy and a system of elite democracy,Expand
Diamonds, Dispossession and Democracy in Botswana
  • K. Good
  • Political Science
  • 20 November 2008
The Liberal Model and Africa: Elites Against Democracy
  • K. Good
  • Political Science
  • 17 December 2001
Preface PART I: BOTSWANA Autocratic Elites and Enfeebled Masses: Africa, Botswana and South Africa Routinized Injustice: The Situation of the San in Botswana PART II: UNITED STATES The LiberalExpand
At the Ends of the Ladder: Radical Inequalities in Botswana
Botswana ranks very high in sub-Saharan Africa in income per capita , and in such indicators of human development as public expenditure on health and education. Nevertheless, inequalities of wealthExpand
Resource dependency and its consequences: The costs of Botswana's shining gems
Botswana in the twenty-first century has retained an elitist and authoritarian form of liberal democracy 1 and enjoyed the limited fruits of an undiversified, high-growth economy. Big underlyingExpand
Settler Colonialism: Economic Development and Class Formation
THE rise and fall of the settler societies in Africa - in Algeria, Kenya, Rhodesia, and South Africa- is to be understood in relation to the global expansion and limited contraction of EuropeanExpand