Economía política del regionalismo - Caso Angola y Namibia

This research aims to develop a theoretical review of regionalism in the framework of political economy, according to various contextualizations that have been raised about it, taking the case of Angola and Namibia as an expression of this process in the African continent. In this regard, it provide...

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Main Author: Jonas, Ezequiel Israel
Format: Article
Language:Spanish
Published: 2021
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7777232
Source:SAPIENTIAE, ISSN 2183-5063, Vol. 6, Nº. 2, 2021 (Ejemplar dedicado a: Janeiro-Junho 2021), pags. 180-195
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Summary: This research aims to develop a theoretical review of regionalism in the framework of political economy, according to various contextualizations that have been raised about it, taking the case of Angola and Namibia as an expression of this process in the African continent. In this regard, it provides a conceptualization of the issue, offered by authors such as Sánchez Ortiz (2009), Murillo Zamora (2004), Bernal Meza (2009), who define it as a process aimed at achieving endogenous development, the formation of large economic spaces, the increase and diversification of production in African countries, specifically in Angola and Namibia. To gather the information, we proceeded to review, read, analyze and interpret the information gathered from different documentary sources, organized according to the topics addressed in this article. As conclusions, it should be pointed out that regionalization aims at favoring the economic, social, political and cultural development of African countries, within which in Angola and Namibia an integration process has been carried out aimed at forming a network of agreements, whose administration has been marked by the presence of difficulties that have limited the achievement of the objectives set, as well as in terms of the compliance and development of bilateral cooperation agreements.