Palgrave Macmillan publishes VolSU scientists’ monograph
The book titled “Supporting Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa” is devoted to the analysis of economic and legal problems of the implementation of the sustainable development strategy in Africa.
The present monograph consists of two parts. The first one deals with the scientific justification of the current contribution to infrastructure that ensures sustainable development in Africa and to the development of concepts to maximize this contribution through its improvement, modernization, expansion and increase of accessibility. The second part describes ongoing infrastructure projects and identifies their benefits for the sustainable development of society and the economy in Africa.
Active participation in the preparation of the book was taken by academic economists and lawyers from Volgograd State University in close collaboration with researchers from the Peoples' Friendship University of Russia and the Volzhsky Affiliate of VolSU.
Issues on inclusive growth, sustainable economic growth and industrialization in Sub-Saharan Africa as well as the ones related to the development of legislative regulation of civil justice, arbitration and mediation in West African states, recognition, enforcement and challenging decisions of the General Court and arbitration of the Organization for the Harmonization of Corporate Law (OHADA) in Africa were studied by the following VolSU researchers: Prof. A. Inshakova (Head of the Department of Civil and International Private Law of VolSU), Prof. M. Ledeneva (Assistant Dean for Research at the Faculty of Economics and Mathematics), Prof. E. Inshakova (Professor of the Department of Economic Theory, World and Regional Economics) and Assoc. Prof. T. Plaksunova (Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Mathematics).
Full monograph title is “Supporting Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development in Africa - Volume I” / Editors Elena G. Popkova, Bruno S. Sergi, Lubinda Haabazoka, Julia V. Ragulina. - Cham: Palgrave Macmillan. 2020.