Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for the Humanities, 220
DegreesHoward University, Ph.D.
Howard University, M.A.
University of Ghana, B.A.
ExpertiseAfrica: Economic development and. Comparative Third World politics
International Organizations (United Nations Organization, International Monetary Fund,
World Bank The World Trade Organization
Chinese international Trade with African and Latin American countries
ProfileA specialist in African economic development, international political economy with an emphasis on the role of the United Nations Specialized Agencies, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the World Trade Organization in low income countries.
|AAAS||60a||Economics of Third World Hunger|
|AAAS||80a||Economy and Society in Africa|
|AAAS||117a||Communications and Social Change in Developing Nations|
|AAAS||122a||Politics of Southern Africa|
|AAAS||123a||Third World Ideologies|
|AAAS||126b||Political Economy of the Third World|
|AAAS||158a||Theories of Development and Underdevelopment|
|AAAS||163b||Africa in World Politics|
|AAAS||175a||Comparative Politics of North Africa|
Awards and Honors
Forum on China and Africa: The Africa Fund (2015)
Dean of Arts and Sciences/ Norman Fund (2011 - 2012)
Africa International Network Travel Grant to Continue the Research on Agricultural Subsidies Among Industrialized and Developing Countries (2005 - 2006)
Brandeis University--The Norman Fund (2005)
World Trade Organization Analysis of Agricultural Subsides Among Industrialized and Developing Countries (Africa, Asia and South America) (2004 - 2005)
Africa Capacity Building Foundation Grant to Develop Civil Service Evaluation Programs for East African Countries (2001 - 2003)
President, Association of Southern African Scholars (1996)
World Bank and the International Monetary Fund Project Analyst for the International Monetary Fund Financed Enterprises in Kenya, Nigeria, Bolivia, Peru (1996 - 1998)
United Nations Education, Social and Cultural Organization Project Analyst (1992 - 1993)
New World Foundation - Fellowship to write a book on Political Economy of Poverty in Africa and Latin America (1987)
Overseas Developement Institute and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization --Grant to do a Comparative Studyof Small Scale Manufacturing Industries and their Impact on the Employment Sector (1986)
Vice Chairman, Committee on Technology and Development, Republic of Zimbabwe (1985)
New World Foundation and the African Institute for the Study of Human Values--Research grant to do a study of United States Policies and their impact on apartheid (1979 - 1980)
Howard University Graduate School Fellowiship (1971 - 1973)
Commonwealth Scholarship Award (1968 - 1969)
United Nationals Scholarship for Southern Africans (1966 - 1968)
Nyangoni, Wellington. The World Trade Organization and Developing Countries. May 20, 2016. Cape Town and Marlborough, MA.: Msasa and Albenz Publishers, 2016.
Nyangoni, Wellington. The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, Imperialism and Developing Countries.. 2015 ed. Harare and Marlborough: United Africa Publishers and Msasa Publications, 2015.
Nyangoni, Wellington. ""European Union, African, Caribbean and Pacific Economic Partnership Agreements: An Assessment of Unequal Financial Outcomes", SAPESJ, january,2012." (2012).
Nyangoni, Wellington. "The General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) and The Economics Colonialism in Developing Countries."." The Journal of Africa in International Affairs Series No. 18 (2011): 43-67.
Nyangoni, Wellington. Sustainable Development: An Analysis of the Economics and Politics of Climate Change. 2011. Marlborough: United Africa Books and Msasa Publications, 2011.
Nyangoni, Wellington. ""Media Imperialism and News Disinformation in Zimbabwe"." African Quarterly Review No.3. 7 (2010): 25-47.
Nyangoni, Wellington. "" Forum on china and Africa: A new View of Economic Reconstruction in Africa and Latin America.." African Insight 16. June,2009 (2009): 51-69.
Nyangoni, Wellington. "'' Comparative Analysis of Western Industrialized Countries and Chinese Investments in Eastern and Southern African Economies"." Southern African Economic Quarterly I2. 24 (2006): 295-337.
Nyangoni, Wellington. "Industry and Sustainable Development in Developing Countries: Concepts - Measurements-Trends." United Nations Publications (2006): 15.
Nyangoni, Wellington. "The World Trade Organization and Food Insecurity in East Southern Africa." East and Southern African Economic Quarterly 8. 4 (2004): 43-71.
Nyangoni, Wellington. Cuba in Transformation. London & Harare: Babson Books and African Network Publishers, 2004.
Nyangoni, Wellington. Economic Integration in the Caribbean and Latin America. Harase: Marnboand Parax Press, 2001.
Nyangoni, Wellington. The Politics and Economics of Food Security in Developing Countries. Marlborough Center for Development and Global Studies, 2000.
Nyangoni, Wellington. Global Capitalism and the Developing World. Capetown: Msasa Publications, 1998.
Nyangoni, Wellington. The Economics of Self-Reliance in Tanzania. Marlborough MA: Sage Publications, 1996.
Nyangoni, Wellington. The World Bank and Structural Adjustment in Africa. Marlborough MA: Center for Development and Global, 1996.
Nyangoni, Wellington. Development and Underdevelopment: The Political Economy of Exploitation in North-South Relations. Marlborough MA: Center for Development and Global, 1995.
Nyangoni, Wellington. The Western Media and the Third World. Marlborough: Msasa Publications, 1992.
Nyangoni, Wellington. The Internationalization of the Polisario Conflict. London: Russworth Publishers, 1988.
Nyangoni, Wellington. South African Transnational Corporations Operations Operating in Namibia: A Reference. New York: UN Publications, 1985.
Nyangoni, Wellington. Africa in the United Nations System. Cranbury NJ: Associated University Presses, 1984.
Nyangoni, Wellington. U.S. Foreign Policy and the Republic of South Africa. New York: National Council for Church and Social A., 1980.
Nyangoni, Wellington. African Nationalism in Zimbabwe (Rhodesia). Washington D.C: University Press of America, 1977.