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posted on 05.10.2020by Dr Casimir Ani, Professor Emanuel Ezeani, Uche Okoye, Ejiofo Chukwuemeka
This exposition of African Cultural economics has been mainly based upon
a mixture of social science methods. In the main, dialectical, historical,
holistic and political economy approaches
have been used to study the existing literature. The study of the
existing literature focused principally on the original discourses , presentations,
public lectures, research notes, publications of the African cultural economist
and the publications of other emerging scholars in the field of African
cultural economics, cultural economics, culture, African studies, African
development theory and the social sciences.