International Economics: Theory, Practice and Lessons for Africa
This book, International Economics:Theory, Practice and Lessons for Africa" introduces students to the main concepts and methods of international economics and illustrates them with applications drawn from the real world.
Written from an African perspective, this book offers coverage of key concepts of international economics: international trade and international finance.
Emphasis is placed on ensuring that students understand how to use theory in real world context-thus providing undergraduate students with everything they need to understand in this course.
International Economics: Theory, Practice and Lessons for Africa is for a diverse mix of students: economics majors, master of business administration, development studies, political science, public administration and international relations.
Tavonga Njaya is a Senior Lecturer and Chairperson in the Faculty of Commerce and Law at the Zimbabwe Open University.
He holds a PhD in Development Economics.
Njaya's primary research interests are in economic development.
He authored or co-authored a number of research articles in international journals.