Control and Co-optation. State influence in the market and transport sectors in Kampala

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Date de publication: 

Jeudi 21 Décembre 2017 - 10:45

Publié ici : 

21 Décembre 2017

Mots-clefs: 

  • Kampala
  • Uganda
  • trade union
  • co-optation
  • transport
  • market
  • urban development
  • policy process
  • KCCA

Langue de publication: 

  • Anglais

Zone géographique: 

  • Afrique

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