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Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa

Mrs Zenebeworke Tadesse (2003-2005)

Zenebeworke Tadesse is an Ethiopian development specialist with degrees in Sociology and International Relations from Binghamton University, USA. Her area of specialization covers gender relations, governance, rural development and research on poverty. She is a founding member and first Executive Secretary of the Association of African Women for Research and Development

Mahmood Mamdani was born on 23 April 1946 in Bombay, India. He grew up in Uganda and acquired his B.A from the University of Pittsburgh, before going on to obtain his Masters and PhD from Harvard University in 1974. Mamdani specializes in the study of African and international politics, colonialism

Dr Akilagpa Sawyerr is a Ghanaian academic and jurist. He was educated at the Universities of Durham, London and Berkeley in California, obtaining the degrees of LLB, LLM and J.S.D. He is a Barrister of Law and a Solicitor of the Supreme Courts of Ghana and of Papua New Guinea. Prof. Sawyerr has

Ernest Wamba dia Wamba was born in Sundi-Lutete, Kongo Central Province. As a child he attended a Swedish mission school and his growing into adulthood was during the period when the prophetism of Simon Kimbangu and the political struggle for independence by the Association of the Bakongo People (ABAKO) was

Taladidia Thiombiano, from Burkina Faso, is an economist with a Masters Degree in Development Economy from Paris II/Pantheon University and a post-Masters degree in Econometry from Paris IX/Dauphine. He also holds a Certificate of Environment Economy from the World Bank’s Development Economy Institute (IDE). He has worked with several research

Claude Eleme Ake, from Nigeria, held a PhD from Columbia University in 1966. After his studies, Ake worked as assistant professor at Columbia University. In 1967, he published his first book, A Theory of Political Integration, and in 1969, he took up a position as professor of political science at

Jacob Mumbi MWANZA holds a Ph.D in Economics from Cornell University, USA. He has written extensively on the teaching of economics and development economics. He was Vice Chancellor of the University of Zambia where he had also served as Head of the Economics Department. With over 30 years of business

Justinian F. Rweyemamu was Tanzania’s first major Economics scholar. he was also a pan-Africanist, political strategist, and international civil servant, considered by many as an outstanding representative of the post-independence African scholars. Rweyemamu graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics, Applied Mathematics and Philosophy from Fordham University, USA,

Kankam Twum-Barima was born in the Gold Coast (Ghana) on 18th December 1918. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Agriculture from the University of Cambridge in 1946, and also obtained his post-graduate Diploma in Agriculture in 1947. On his return to the Gold Coast, he was appointed as

Jacques Kazadi Nduba Wa Dile was born on the 23rd December 1936 in Mikalayi (Luluabourg Saint Joseph) in the current Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). After his secondary school education at Saint Joseph’s College and Bulongo University Lovanium, he obtained a Ph.D. in applied economics at the Catholic University of Louvain