Politics, Economy, and the Threats of AIDS in Africa: The Case of Botswana

Politics, Economy, and the Threats of AIDS in Africa: The Case of Botswana                     Co So a u iv rat ia , e S tu s di e  o f   As th   id  Af  a ic a nd Considering the problem of un-development and underdevelopment in sub-Saharan Afa,   th e 08   1 20 the success of economic development of Botswana has attracted much attention in the field    - 01 2 ,  08 o.  20 , N   of development udies. Scholars have debated a range of etiologies behind the successful s  1x 2 8 20 res ol. 89 y P  V /1 0 si t development of this nation. The average economic growth in this country from 1965 to 1995     r 15 i ve .12    U n i 10 was measured at a rapid 7.7 percent annually. Botswana’s gross domeic product (GDP) per  ke  do u   y D 8 b capita was $7,820 in 2001.2 Coared with the re of Afa, Botswana’s per capita income     00 2  ©  was four times higher than the $1,826 average for sub-Saharan Afa in 2001. 3 Botswana   rose from one of the poore Afan nations in 1965 to an “upper-middle income” http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East Duke University Press

Politics, Economy, and the Threats of AIDS in Africa: The Case of Botswana

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Duke University Press
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Copyright 2008 by Duke University Press
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1089-201X
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1548-226X
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10.1215/1089201x-2008-011
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Abstract

                    Co So a u iv rat ia , e S tu s di e  o f   As th   id  Af  a ic a nd Considering the problem of un-development and underdevelopment in sub-Saharan Afa,   th e 08   1 20 the success of economic development of Botswana has attracted much attention in the field    - 01 2 ,  08 o.  20 , N   of development udies. Scholars have debated a range of etiologies behind the successful s  1x 2 8 20 res ol. 89 y P  V /1 0 si t development of this nation. The average economic growth in this country from 1965 to 1995     r 15 i ve .12    U n i 10 was measured at a rapid 7.7 percent annually. Botswana’s gross domeic product (GDP) per  ke  do u   y D 8 b capita was $7,820 in 2001.2 Coared with the re of Afa, Botswana’s per capita income     00 2  ©  was four times higher than the $1,826 average for sub-Saharan Afa in 2001. 3 Botswana   rose from one of the poore Afan nations in 1965 to an “upper-middle income”

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Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle EastDuke University Press

Published: Jan 1, 2008

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