Editor Vol . 30 No. 2 June/Juin 2018 John C. Anyanwu Managing Editors Contents Hanan Morsy How Does the Health Sector Benefit from Trade Openness? Evidence from Abebe Shimeles Sub-Saharan Africa 135 Associate Editors Jacob Novignon, Yaw Boateng Atakorah and Gbetoton Nadege Djossou Augustin Fosu Efficiency of Rice Farming in Ghana: Policy Implications for Rice Sector Development 149 Akin Iwayemi Emmanuel Donkor, Nicolette Matthews and Abiodun A. Ogundeji Abdul B. Kamara Technology Transfer and National Efficiency: Does Absorptive Capacity Matter? 162 Stephen Karingi Michael Danquah, Bazoumana Ouattara and Peter Quartey Laeticia Mukarasi Growth and Volatility Nexus in Sub-Saharan Africa 175 Germano Mwabu Jemberu Lulie Mekonnen and Ali Suut Dogruel Tchétché Nguessan Colonial Legacy and Economic Efficiency across Africa: A Metafrontier Approach 187 Catherine Pattillo Anatole Goundan Advisory Board Quantifying Impacts of Macroeconomic and Non-economic Factors on Public Health Olu Ajakaiye Expenditure: A Structural Time Series Model 200 Olufunmilayo S. Tajudeen, Ibrahim A. Tajudeen and Risikat O. Dauda Ernest Aryeetey Jean-Paul Azam Service Delivery versus Moonlighting: Using Data from Kenya, Uganda, Arne Bigsten Tanzania and Senegal 219 Kjell Hausken and Mthuli Ncube Paul Collier Hakim Ben Hammouda Book Review 233 Lahouel Mohamed Hedi Gemechu Mesay Berhanu Ravi Kanbur Appreciation to
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