High foreign aid dependence, poor human capital, rising high youth unemployment and poverty are just some of the reasons that Africa represents such a striking symbol of global inequality today.
In this book, the author draws on his research and experience of working with key stakeholders to explore how Africa can take advantage of the knowledge economy and 4th Industrial Revolution opportunities to rebuild from the Covid-19 pandemic and empower its people and encourage entrepreneurship.
Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development in Africa is a book the African political class, economic policy and development experts, the donor community, academic researchers and students of business and international development can rely on for a better understanding and solutions to Africa’s historical and contemporary socio-economic problems.
Paschal Anosike is Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation and the founding Director of Centre for African Entrepreneurship and Leadership (CAEL) at the University of Wolverhampton.
Chapter 1: Paradox of a rising Africa
Chapter 2: Economic Growth and Human Development
Chapter 3: Institutional Contexts of Resource Governance
Chapter 4: Demographic Dividend and Challenges
Chapter 5: Youth Employability
Chapter 6: Entrepreneurship Education and Human Capital
Chapter 7: Economy and Income Opportunity
Chapter 8: Conclusion