Two articles and a podcast added to #GlobalMMT: Commentary re Developed and Developing Nations
The CFA Franc as a Vivid Symbol of Colonial Continuities in Francophone Africa • Monetary policy in Africa has been dominated by a consensus formed in Europe and the United States. In France’s former colonies in West and Central Africa this has helped preserve the substance of empire long after its formal end.
— Ndongo Samba Sylla (@nssylla) em>Tax Justice @TaxJustice.net 1st Quarter 2021 – pg 5
Africa’s Path Towards Resilience and Sovereignty – The Real Wakanda is Within Reach • Colonialism stripped Africa of agency and confidence as well as material resources. In this article Fadhel Kaboub sets out a path towards independence and prosperity. He calls for a thorough-going rejection of the policy prescriptions offered by the former colonial powers, a renewed faith in the energy and creativity of Africa’s peoples, and a step-by-step programme to build sovereignty through the expansion of domestic production in energy, food and value added goods.
— Fadhel Kaboub @FadhelKaboub Tax Justice @TaxJustice.net 1st Quarter 2021 – pg 14
The Spectrum of Monetary Sovereignty in Developing Nations with Ndongo Samba Sylla and Fadhel Kaboub
— Macro n Cheese: Real Progressives Podcast (53:43)
Also added to Fadhel Kaboub under Primary Sources