A very brilliant analysis...commendable scholarship!
Dr. Charles Curtis-Thomas
Great work! It is always good to have some insights into our endemic problems.
A terrific piece of work and I wish to congratulate you for doing a marvellous job.
Serrie Kamara, Ph.D.
Your policy papers on Sierra Leone are very thorough and well researched. Thanks for your papers. You are a great educator.
Brima Michael Turay
A very insightful and realistic work.
Engr. Pierre Lightfoot-Boston
A well written [anthology of essays] and I am not the least in doubt of what you can do as I know somewhere there is still some bigger "mental bomb" waiting to explode in your make up.
Mohamed Boye Jallo-Jamboria
While there is a longing for development ideas and leadership education in Sierra Leone, there is a dearth in relevant texts on the subject. Moreover, a generation of flawed policies and poor governance has hampered understanding of the cultural, social and economic influences on management of the weakening institutions of Sierra Leone. This book thus provides an invaluable empirical plinth for advancing development knowledge and social innovation and change in Sierra Leone.
Arising from an interest in pursuing research and scholarship in policy development, Sierra Leone Policy Papers is an anthology of researched essays of forecasts, trends, and ideas about government in Sierra Leone. It combines analysis, theory, and political trends to explore the influences on leadership and institutional performance in Sierra Leone and attempts to push the boundaries of development policy. In doing so, it explores how much can be learned from examining Sierra Leone's leadership and management challenges towards realizing the potential of a Sierra Leonean regeneration, and to discerning what the global community may learn from Sierra Leone.
Sierra Leone Policy Papers is much-needed scholarship of the political and leadership dynamics of Sierra Leone that should be appreciated by public officials, as well as researchers and policy makers in the international development community.