Africa is widely seen as the world's 'new frontier'. As the West lies battered by financial crises, Africa is seen as offering limitless opportunities for wealth creation in the march of globalisation. Considering the questions of what Africa means to today's Africans and whether Africa is truly on the rise,Kingsley Moghalu challenges conventional wisdoms about Africa's quest for growth in the just-published international edition of Emerging Africa: How the Global Economy's 'Last Frontier' Can Prosper and Matter (Penguin Books, 2014). The international edition is available for order from Amazon.com and Amazon UK.
Is Africa Rising? Thoughts From a 'World View' Economist
allAfrica, 18 December 2014
Is Africa really rising? What does the continent's booming economic growth mean for its people, and will it lead to inclusive, sustainable development? How can Africa unlock its… Read more »
Beyond Africa Rising - What Future for the 'Last Frontier'?
allAfrica, 23 July 2014
Public Lecture at the London School of Economics by Dr. Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, Deputy Governor (Financial System Stability), Central Bank of Nigeria and Author, Emerging Africa:… Read more »
It Takes a Government, Not Just a Village
allAfrica, 6 August 2014
This week's U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit is one more indication of the continent’s rising profile. Seen by many as America’s response to China’s increasing… Read more »
Dr. Kingsley Moghalu, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, challenges conventional wisdoms about Africa's quest for growth in his book Emerging Africa: How the Global Economy's 'Last Frontier' Can Prosper and Matter and (pictured here), speaking at the Woodrow Wilson International Center in August 2013.
Drawing on philosophy, economics and strategy, Moghalu ranges from capitalism to technological innovation, finance to foreign investment, and from human capital to world trade to offer a new vision of transformation.
In his book, Moghalu seeks to demonstrate how Africa's progress in the twenty-first century will require nothing short of the reinvention of the African mindset.
Public Lecture at LSE: To many, Africa is the new frontier. As the West lies battered by financial crises, Africa is seen as offering limitless ... see more »
Emerging Africa: How the Global Economy’s ‘Last Frontier’ Can Prosper and Matter (Penguin Books, 2014). The international edition is available for order from Amazon.com and Amazon UK.
In Emerging Africa: How the Global Economy's 'Last Frontier' Can Prosper and Matter, Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu examines how to change Africa and Nigeria. While rejecting 'Africa ... Read more »
Dr. Kingsley Chiedu Moghalu, deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, says those who see no prospect for African prosperity and those who want to celebrate Africa as a ... Read more »
Africa as the 'Last Frontier' - Presentation by Kingsley Moghalu, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria.
Moghalu defines "the last ... see more »
Moghalu - MPR Cut Unlikely Until After Elections
This Day, 25 July 2014
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) will probably not cut the monetary policy rate (MPR) until after elections next February to help control inflation, its Deputy Governor, Dr.… Read more »
Beyond Africa Rising - Future of Global Economy's 'Last Frontier'
Guardian, 24 July 2014
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