Analysis of the Political Economy of Malawi
This is a comprehensive analysis of the contemporary political economy (PEA) of Malawi, with an emphasis on the implications for Norway as a donor to the country. The PEA comprises a cross-sectoral analysis of the economy and the governance system; the humanitarian and social situation; human rights; conflicts; and potential risks.
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