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This paper examines the short‐ and long‐run relationship between economic growth, exports, real investments and labour force for Cô d’Ivoire for the period 1961–97, using cointegration and error correction techniques. The results indicate that there is one long‐run equilibrium relationship among...
Economic co‐operation at the regional and sub‐regional level has been an important feature of the economic development policies of developing countries. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) was established in 1975 with a view, inter alia, to promote economic co‐operation and...
The requirement for the improvement of poor people’s basic needs and overall quality of life is inseparable from concerns with sustainability and state capacity for executing social welfare responsibilities. South Africa has, paradoxically, redefined state role away from social provision, as it...
Medical insurance is an important feature of a health care system in which patients pay user charges to get medical treatment. Without insurance, many people would not afford acceptable care in a fee‐for‐service system. Since health is a merit good, making insurance broadly available in...
Tanzania has come a long way in her market‐oriented reforms of the past fifteen years, but the performance of agriculture has been less than satisfactory. This paper estimates supply elasticities for individual crops as well as for commodity aggregates (cash and food crops) in order to...
The evolution of land tenure in Ethiopia during the Imperial period directed towards private and individualized property is discussed both in general terms and by examining conditions at specific localities. This evolution was brought to an abrupt end by the land reform of 1975 with...
Ce papier examine les chances de l’Afrique dans les négociations multilatérales des années 2000. Les défis notamment sur les réformes requises sur les transformations systémiques, l’ouverture des marchés, l’élimination des contraintes de production, et l’utilisation des traitements préférentiels...
Book reviewed: Adesida and Oteh (eds), African Voices African Visions
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