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Guy Maurille Massamba, PhD

Guy-Maurille Massamba has an academic background in Political Science, International Political Economy, as well as Anthropology, and Philosophy, and has developed a professional background in academic research, university teaching, and international development. His research and publications deal with questions related to Africa's involvement in the global economy, and the impact of information technology on institutional development. He worked as Associate Faculty at Arizona State University. He also works as a contributor to the ongoing research and analysis of democracy in Africa through a comprehensive and extended study launched by the University of Gothenburg. As an International Development Analyst and professional, Dr. Massamba worked as a Consultant for the World Bank for over five years, giving training and advice in capacity building and Results-oriented Project Management methodology to African public institutions.


Massamba, G. M. (upcoming 2021). China’s Geostrategic Approach to Trade in Pursuit of Global Centrality. In Crespo, N. & Simoes, N. (eds.), Handbook of Research on the Empirical Aspects of Strategic Trade Negotiations and Management. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Massamba, G. M. (2020). Institutionalism, Social Media, and Democracy in Africa: An Inquiry into the Potential of Digital Democracy. In Wamuyu, P. (editor), Analyzing Global Social Media Consumption. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

MASSAMBA, G. M. (2015). E-Government and Public Administration in Africa: Systemic Impediments and Perspectives. Sodhi, I. S. (ed.) Emerging Issues and Prospects in African Development. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Coauthored. January/March 2004. Globalization and Africa's Regional and Local Responses. Journal of Asian and African Studies - Africa and Globalization: Critical Perspectives. Volume 39, Issue 1/2.

MASSAMBA, Guy Maurille. 1988. Désillusion de la Foi par la Justice. Hekima Review, Nairobi, Kenya, n. 2.

MASSAMBA, Guy Maurille. 1982. L’Aube de la Philosophie en Afrique. Raison Ardente, Kimwenza, Zaïre, n. 1.

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