A Congolese academic, lecturer in Management Sciences and member of the Laboratory of the Institute of Management Research of Paris-Est University (Marne la Vallée), he is also the author of a number of books including La comptabilité fondamentale (L’Harmattan, Paris, 2014), La gouvernance, une affaire de société (L’Harmattan, Paris, 2010) and Mondialisation, concurrence et compétitivité (Éditions Publibook Université, Paris, 2005).
Africa’s peoples are being driven along the road to economic emergence by South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and Egypt, the ﬁve States known as the “Lions of Africa”. Fully integrated into globalisation, they are demonstrating economic performances close to those achieved in their early years by the four “Asian dragons” (South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Hong Kong). For them, the issue is simple: either to become new industrialised countries (NIC) or...
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