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- African Economic History
- University of Wisconsin Press
- The Influence of Settlers' Community in Shaping the Colonial Agricultural Marketing Policies in Tanzania Volume 49, Number 2, 2021, pp. 53-76
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This issue contains 5 articles in total
- De l'expérience de la microfinance des femmes entrepreneures a zagtouli: Entre pratiques sociales solidaires et échec entrepreneurial
- The Local Native Council, Economic Imperatives, and Colonial Forest Preservation in Western Kenya, c. 1900–1950
- The Influence of Settlers' Community in Shaping the Colonial Agricultural Marketing Policies in Tanzania
- Patriarchal Obstruction and Female Responses to Wage Labor Recruitment in the Coastal Plantations of the Cameroon Development Corporation
- Enslaving Commodities: Tobacco, Gold, Cowry Trade, and Trans-Imperial Networks in the Bight of Benin (c. 1690s–c. 1790s)
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