Publications

ASC publicationsThe African Studies Centre Leiden publishes nine different series. Four book series are published by Brill and one by Langaa (Cameroon). Publications can be ordered from the ASCL or directly from the (external) publisher. Many of the ASCL’s publications are also available in pdf format and can be downloaded free of charge.

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S.G.M.van Hees; T. O’Fallon; M. Hofker; M. Dekker; S. Polack; L.M. Banks; E.J.A.M. Spaan
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: International journal for equity in health

Background. One way to achieve universal health coverage (UHC) in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) is the implementation of health insurance schemes. A robust and up to date overview of empirical evidence assessing and substantiating health equity impact of health...

Keywords: Africa, Asia, health insurance, South America
Added to database: 17 December 2019
A. Idrissa
Type of publication: Other

This study examines the reasons why northern Burkina has been engulfed by endemic violence since the mid-2010s, in an effort to understand future evolutions and recommend coping and preventive action. The causes of the violence, the study asserts, are external to Burkina and...

Keywords: Burkina Faso, conflict, violence
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 12 December 2019
M. van den Bergh; B. de Bruijn; A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Limosa

Samenvatting: Veel Europese trekvogelpopulaties laten een (sterk) negatieve trend zien. De oorzaken zijn divers en te vinden in broedgebieden, langs trekroutes en in - veelal Afrikaanse - overwinteringsgebieden. In de Sahel vormen met name veranderingen in het landschap een...

Keywords: Europe, migratory birds, Sahel
Added to database: 12 December 2019

Niger (2019)
K. van Walraven
Editors: V. Adetula; B. Kamski; A. Mehler; H. Melber
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Africa yearbook : politics, economy and society South of the Sahara in 2018
Keywords: development, economy, Niger, policy, politics
Added to database: 09 December 2019

Ethiopia (2019)
G.J. Abbink
Editors: V. Adetula; B. Kamski; A. Mehler; H. Melber
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Africa yearbook : politics, economy and society South of the Sahara in 2018
Keywords: development, economy, Ethiopia, policy, politics
Added to database: 09 December 2019

Somalia (2019)
G.J. Abbink
Editors: V. Adetula; B. Kamski; A. Mehler; H. Melber
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Africa yearbook : politics, economy and society South of the Sahara in 2018
Keywords: development, economy, policy, politics, Somalia
Added to database: 09 December 2019

Rwanda (2019)
M. Leegwater
Editors: V. Adetula; B. Kamski; A. Mehler; H. Melber
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Africa yearbook : politics, economy and society South of the Sahara in 2018
Keywords: development, economy, policy, politics, Rwanda
Added to database: 09 December 2019
J.N. Mangarella
Editors: V. Adetula; B. Kamski; A. Mehler; H. Melber
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Africa yearbook : politics, economy and society South of the Sahara in 2018
Keywords: development, economy, Equatorial Guinea, policy, politics
Added to database: 09 December 2019
A.J. Dietz
Editors: I. Haltermann; J. Tischler
Type of publication: Book Chapter
In: Environmental change and African societies

Africa is not only the fastest growing continent in terms of population (reaching at least two billion inhabitants by 2050), it has also been probably the fastest-growing continental economy of the last decade, with urban centres bursting with energy, (and demand, and...

Keywords: Africa, climate change, environment
Added to database: 19 November 2019

Mayotte (2019)
A.J. Dietz; D. Allançon
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: Mayotte, postage stamps, postal services
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 18 November 2019

The Comores (2019)
A.J. Dietz; D. Allançon
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: Comores, postage stamps, services
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 18 November 2019
A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: Madagascar, postal services
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 18 November 2019
A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: Madagascar, postal services, stamps
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 18 November 2019
A.J. Dietz
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: Madagascar, postage stamps, postal services
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 18 November 2019

Réunion (2019)
A.J. Dietz; D. Allançon
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: postage stamps, Réunion
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 18 November 2019
A.J. Dietz; D. Allançon
Type of publication: Other
Keywords: Africa, postage stamps
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 18 November 2019
A. Idrissa
Type of publication: Other
In: Alternatives économiques
Keywords: Burkina Faso, conflict, Mali, Niger, Sahel
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 22 October 2019
A.E. Ezeoha; C. Okoyeuzu; E. Onah; C.U. Uche
Type of publication: Journal Article
In: Business history

This article critiques the second-hand vehicle markets in the West African region, focusing on the triad trading arrangements among Nigeria, Benin, Togo, and Niger. These countries are connected by a number of underlying conflicting interests in the second-hand vehicles trade...

Keywords: Benin, informal sector, Niger, Nigeria, Togo, trade, used goods, vehicles, West Africa
Added to database: 21 October 2019
K. van Walraven
Type of publication: Other

[Abstract in English]. This article investigates the possibility of long-term causation in the political history of the Central African Republic. It does so by looking at the biography of Barthélémy Boganda (1910-1959). It argues that the upheavals of European...

Keywords: biographies (form), Boganda, Barthélémy (1910-1959), Cental African Republic
Open access: Full text
Added to database: 21 October 2019
T.A. van der Hoog
Type of publication: Book

Namibian beer is celebrated as an inextricable part of Namibian nationalism, both within its domestic borders and across global markets. But for decades on end, the same brew was not available to the black population as a consequence of colonial politics. This book aims to...

Keywords: advertising, beer, Europe, marketing, Nambia, nationalism, race relations
Added to database: 27 September 2019

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