The Ghanaian political economy is in the throes of a deep and multi-faceted crisis symptomatic of institutional and economic breakdowns. Evidence of political instability is the fluidity of change of both civilian and military regimes. As a social crisis it is characterized by a profound awareness (at least by the new left iritellectuals) of the necessity for radical structural reforms.

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Songsore, J. (1979). Structural Crisis, Dependent Capitalist Development and Regional Inequality in Ghana (No. 71). ISS Occasional Papers. Erasmus University Rotterdam. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/38009