Dr. Ndongo Samba Sylla is a Senegalese development economist.
His research focuses on fair trade, labour markets in developing countries, social movements, democratic theory, economic and monetary sovereignty.He is currently Research and Programme manager at the West Africa office of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation in Dakar.
Planting budgetary time bombs in Africa: the Macron Doctrine En Marche
Is the Macron doctrine in favor of a Euro-African axis really serious? According to two economists, the Paris consensus will extend the Wall Street consensus on the use of public-private partnerships in development assistance. This large-scale risk-neutralization strategy actually poses significant dangers to African states' budgets.Read the article
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