The Long Road to Dematerialisation: Dynamics of Transport Bureaucracies in Cameroon

Trained in law and social anthropology in Spain, the U.K. and the U.S., José-María Muñoz
is an economic anthropologist with regional expertise in West and Central Africa. He works as a lecturer at the University of Edinburgh’s Centre of African Studies. His monograph Doing Business in Cameroon: An Anatomy of Economic Governance will be published in the International African Library monograph series (Cambridge University Press) in 2018. Within the framework of the European Research Council-funded AFRIGOS project, he is now immersed in an ethnographic study of the transport corridors linking Chad and Central African Republic to the Cameroonian coast.