In the current phase of democratic backsliding that sub-Saharan Africa is experiencing, neopatrimonialism as a form of political domination gives us a unique angle to rediagnose the fallacious malaise of Africa’s backwardness into a rational-agent model. The sub-Saharan political elites have positioned themselves ideally in a network of patron-client relationships, that draws massive resources from the already buckling African government.

In the current phase of democratic backsliding that sub-Saharan Africa is experiencing, neopatrimonialism as a form of political domination gives us a unique angle to rediagnose the fallacious malaise of Africa’s backwardness into a rational-agent model. The sub-Saharan political elites have positioned themselves ideally in a network of patron-client relationships, that draws massive resources from the already buckling African government.

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