Control & Crisis in Colonial Kenya: The Dialectic of Domination

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James Currey, 1990 - Literary Collections - 479 pages
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Professor Berman argues that the colonial state was shaped by the contradictions between maintaining effective political control with limited coercive force and ensuring the profitable articulation of metropolitan and settler capitalism with African societies. North America: Ohio U Press; Kenya: EAEP

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Bruce Berman is a strategist, author, editor and observer of business and innovation trends. He heads Brody Berman Associates, a management consulting and communications firm in New York that advises IP holders, managers and investors. Bruce works with businesses to differentiate and convey intangible assets and explain disputes. Over a thirty-year career he has helped to improve the value and reputation more than 150 IP holders, managers, portfolios and service providers. Bruce has personally counselled many IP executives, litigators and private equity investors, and their clients. Bruce is responsible for four other books - From Assets to Profits: Competing for IP Value & Return, Making Innovation Pay, From Ideas to Assets and Hidden Value - and is a member of the IP Hall of Fame Academy.

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