The Horn Economic and Social Policy Institute (HESPI) in Ethiopia

The Horn Economic and Social Policy Institute (HESPI) in Ethiopia

  • Publications: 17
  • Contributors: 22

The Horn Economic and Social Policy Institute (HESPI) is an independent, non-profit think tank and consultancy firm established in 2006 for the member countries of the Horn of Africa in particular and developing countries at large. HESPI provides economic and social policy analysis and research on issues of common interest to the sub-region. The Institute undertakes commissioned studies, policy analysis and research for the public and private sectors in areas of regional or country specific interest, and provides institutional and human resource capacity building. HESPI’s mission is to assist with the formulation and implementation of sound economic and social policies, to promote high-quality research and policy analysis, and to provide advisory services to facilitate broad-based economic growth and poverty reduction.

Latest publications

Contribution of Early-Age Circumstances to Inequalities in Educational Achievement: A Within and Across Age Cohorts Comparative Study for Ethiopia

Inequality of Opportunity in Child Health in Ethiopia

Is Sudan's Public Debt Sustainable? Preliminary Assessment

Fiscal Federalism and Decentralization in Selected IGAD Member Countries

Understanding the Total Factor Productivity Shortfall in Sub-Saharan Africa

Small and Medium Enterprise Access to Finance in Ethiopia: Synthesis of Demand and Supply

Do Tax Structures Optimize Private Fixed Investment in Sub-Saharan Africa? A Data Envelopment Analysis

Exploring Economic Growth Potential through Infrastructure Collaboration: The Case of Kenya and Sudan

Effects of Regional Trade Agreements on Strategic Agricultural Trade in Africa and its Implications to Food Security: Evidence from Gravity Model Estimation

Economic, Social and Political Developments and challenges in IGAD Region Conference Proceedings, October 23-25, 2014, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

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