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Incorporating Co-Operative Principles, Methods And Procedures Into The Structural Organisation Of Public Enterprises In Zimbabwe For State Subsidisation Of Socl4list Accumulation
(Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe) (ZIDS), 1986)
Before independence, emphasis in the sphere of cooperative development was on input supply and marketing cooperatives and every attempt was made to discourage and proscribe any nascent collective cooperative largely on ...
Socio-Economic Development And The Role Of The State In Zimbabwe: Controversies, Dilemmas And Openings
(Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe) (ZIDS), 1990-03)
Planned management of the economy was the catch-word at independence. It was felt that socioeconomic development should be consciously organized, planned, directed and controlled by means of National Plans. From the above ...
Controversies, Dilemmas And Openings In The Study Of African Development
(Institute of Development Studies (Zimbabwe) (ZIDS), 1989-01)
Like every other scientific theory, socialist development has its own rationale which determines its priorities independent of the subjective wish of its planners. Hence the dialectical fact that the whole process of ...