This incisive volume is a must-read for scholars, economists and students who are looking for fresh insights regarding many critical issues in the global economy.
Sudan (PRWEB) October 09, 2013
South Sudan faces enormous challenges in administrative, ethnic, political and economic development. In light of South Sudan’s quandary, Dr. Addis Ababa Othow Akongdit published “Impact of Political Stability on Economic Development: Case of South Sudan” (published by AuthorHouse). Here, he analyzes the political history of Sudan in general and South Sudan in particular, emphasizing the importance of political stability, among other considerations, as a precondition for socioeconomic development.
The main theme of this study is chosen in response to the general consensus on the importance of conducting a comprehensive study that may shape the economic policies and promote the business sector as well as the government and other organizations. However, the key question posed is whether the theory that political stability fosters economic development is simply the wishful thinking of people who value both stability and growth or whether it is a delusion of those who believe that most developing countries may enjoy rapid growth if they are stable.
Aside from its comprehensive analysis of issues plaguing economies across the world, “Impact of Political Stability on Economic Development: Case of South Sudan” presents ways of setting up policies that will raise the standard of living of people with sustained growth and move from a simple, low-income economy to a modern, high-income economy. This incisive volume is a must-read for scholars, economists and students who are looking for fresh insights regarding many critical issues in the global economy.
“Impact of Political Stability on Economic Development: Case of South Sudan”
By Dr. Addis Ababa Othow Akongdit
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 270 pages | ISBN 9781491876435
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 270 pages | ISBN 9781491876442
E-Book | 270 pages | ISBN 9781491876459
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About the Author
Dr. Addis Ababa Othow Akongdit holds a bachelor’s degree “Excellent with Second Class Honour” in economics studies (1995) from Al–Neelain University. He was awarded the prize for the best final student in the department of economics in the academic year 1994/1995. He then later joined Al-Neelain University as a Teaching Assistant (1996), before being recruited as a banking inspector at the Central Bank of Sudan, Khartoum, in 1997. During his period as bank inspector, he has participated in the financial& accounting restructuring of Ivory Bank, Khartoum 1998 and after that he was seconded in 1999 to Council of Southern Sudan as Advisor & planner of Development Projects which were meant to improve the well being of families in South Sudan.
The same year 1999, he completed a master’s degree in economic development at Al-Neelain University. Thereafter, he moved to the Netherlands, relentless in his pursuit of knowledge, he continued with additional studies earning himself a Bachelor’s degree in Finance and accounting at Hanze University, Groningen in 2007. Almost immediately after graduating, he landed a job with Dubios & Co Chartered Accountants Amsterdam as an assistant accountant/auditor until 2010 when he later decided to move back to his homeland, the Republic of South Sudan.
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