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This paper measures economic linkages emanating from investment‐led growth in eight different African countries with widely varying economic structures. To explore the importance of price effects in estimating these linkages, the paper employs two different methodologies for measuring the...
This paper presents an alternative view on causes of differentiation in rural Kenya, focusing on the role of livestock as liquid assets. We use cross‐sectional household data in Central and Western Kenya. We first examine the extent to which households are liquidity‐constrained in relation...
This paper uses detailed, transactions‐level data and an innovative, structural‐heteroskedasticity‐in‐mean estimation method to identify the determinants of livestock producer prices for pastoralists in the drylands of northern Kenya. The empirical results confirm the importance of animal...
Countries in southern Africa have engaged in a variety of trade liberalisation initiatives such as the European Union (EU)–South Africa Free Trade Agreement (FTA), the EU's ‘Everything but Arms’ (EBA) initiative to eliminate trade barriers against imports from the least developed countries...
The semi‐arid and arid rangelands of Sub‐Saharan Africa are characterised by high variability and by heavy reliance of herders on access to common resources, predominantly pasture and water. In these systems, the capacity of the community to co‐operate over resource management is critical...
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