Advanced Development Management Program (ADMP)
1999 PROGRAM

SOCIO-POLITICAL ISSUES, GLOBAL MARGINALIZATION AND AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT:

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Schedule:
Wednesdays:
Session One: 5:00 - 6:30 pm
Session Two: 7:00 - 8:30
Saturdays:
Session One: 9:30 - 11:00 am
Session Two: 11:30 - 1:00

October 16 (Saturday)
1) African Cultural Heritage Faced with Development. Part I: Social System and Value Orientation (Kawada)
2) Part II: Traditional Technology (Id.)

October 20 (Wednesday)
3) Development Problems, Global Marginalization, and Limitation of Structural Adjustment Policies - I (Aryeetey)
4) Development Problems, Global Marginalization, and Limitation of Structural Adjustment Policies - II (Id.)

October 23 (Saturday)
5) Financial Markets, Risk Management, and Institutional Development (Aryeetey)
6) Institutional Limitations, Capability Building, and Financial Policy Alternatives (Id.)
・Project Discussion with Aryeetey & Okada (All groups)

October 27 (Wednesday)
7) Democracy or Pseudo-democracy in the 1990s (Sandbrook)
8) Governance, Market Reforms, and Economic Recovery (Id.)

October 30 (Saturday)
9) Deadly Conflict and State Disintegration (Sandbrook)
10) An Alternative Development Model to Neo-liberalism ? (Id.)
・Discussion with Sandbrook (Group A)

November 8 (Monday), 5:30 p.m.
Inaugural Lecture
"Challenges for African Development in the 21st Century"
Mr. Jean-Louis Sarbib, Regional Vice President, Africa Region, The World Bank

November 10 (Wednesday)
11) Society, Culture, and Development Problems in Sub-Saharan Africa - I (Parkin)
12) Society, Culture, and Development Problems in Sub-Saharan Africa - II (Id.)

November 13 (Saturday)
13) Institutions, Economic Activities, and Development Problems in Sub-Saharan Africa - I (Parkin)
14) Institutions, Economic Activities, and Development Problems in Sub-Saharan Africa - II (Id.)
・Discussion with Parkin & Okada (All groups)

November 17 (Wednesday)
15) Resource Endowment and Rural Development: Technical Change in Africa (Mosley)
16) Resource Endowment and Rural Development: Government Policy and Agricultural Performance (Id.)

November 20 (Saturday)
17) Small-Scale Enterprises and Microfinance (Mosley)
18) Options for Poverty Reduction in Africa (Id.)
・Discussion with Mosley (Group B)

November 24 (Wednesday)
19) Poverty and Inequality (Sinha)
20) Poverty and Nutritional Problems (Id.)

November 27 (Saturday)
21) Poverty and Health Problems (Sinha)
22) Institutional Limitations, Capability Building, and Alternative Poverty-Alleviation Policies (Id.)

December 1 (Wednesday)
23) Aid and Development in Africa - I (Horiuchi)
24) Aid and Development in Africa - II (Id.)

December 4 (Saturday)
25) The Spread of AIDS and Its Developmental Implication in Africa and Asia - I (Kihara)
26) The Spread of AIDS and Its Developmental Implication in Africa and Asia - II (Id.)

December 8 (Wednesday) 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Panel Discussion : “Japanese ODA and African Development”
Panelists:
H.E. Mr. Aladji Amadou Thiam, Ambassador of the Republic of Senegal
Mr. Frans Baneke, Managing Director, African Management Services Company
Dr. Shinsuke Horiuchi, Special Assistant to the Minister for Foreign Affairs
Mr. Shuichiro Megata, Director, Aid Policy Division Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Mr. Kazuhito Suga, Japan International Volunteer Center
Prof. Hiroya Ichikawa, Director, Institute of Comparative Culture

December 15 (Wednesday)
27) Experiences with Sustainable Agricultural Development - I (Uphoff)
28) Experiences with Sustainable Agricultural Development - II (Id.)

December 18 (Saturday)
29) NGO Capabilities and Performance in African Rural Development (Uphoff)
・Discussion with Uphoff (Group C)

Case Studies

・Group A:
Political Development in Africa (Reader: S. Peou)
・Group B:
Rural and Industrial Development in Africa (Reader: K. Imai)
・Group C:
Socio-Economic Development in Africa (Reader: J. Clammer)

Paper Deadline : January 14 (Wednesday), 2000
Students’ Presentations:January 27 (Thursday) and 28 (Friday), 2000

FACULTY

Prof. Yoshitaka OKADA,
ADMP Chairman: Professor of Sociology & Business, Sophia University

Prof. Ernest ARYEETEY, Deputy Director, Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research, University of Ghana (Ghana)
Prof. John CLAMMER, Professor of Sociology, Sophia University
Prof. Keiko IMAI, Professor of International Relations, Sophia University
Dr. Shinsuke HORIUCHI, Special Assistant to the Minister of Foreign Affairs
Prof. Junzo KAWADA, Professor, Faculty of International Studies, Hiroshima City University
Dr. Masahiro KIHARA, Dierector, Department of Epidemiology, Kanagawa Cancer Center Research Institute
Prof. Paul MOSLEY, Economic Department, The University of Reading (UK)
Prof. David John PARKIN, Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Oxford (UK)
Prof. Sorpong PEOU, Associate Professor of Political Science, Sophia University
Prof. Richard J. SANDBROOK, Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto (Canada)
Prof. Radha SINHA, Professor Emeritus, Glasgow University; Former Professor of Sophia University
Prof. Norman Thomas UPHOFF, Director,Cornell International Institute for Food, Agriculture, and Development, Cornell University (USA)