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Fiscal Reforms and Income Inequalities in Senegal and Burkina Faso: A Comparative Study

The West African economic and monetary union was created 1994, whch had as a main objective the reinforcement of the competitiveness of the member states by harmonizing their economic legislation. In 1995 indirect tax harmonization were adopted b...

Réformes Commerciales, Réponse de l’offre Agricole et Sécurité Alimentaire au Sénégal / Trade Reforms, Agricultural Supply Response and Food Security in Senegal

Food security in developing countries, is currently an increasing concern for both policy makers and analysts. Since the 1974 World Food Conference convened by the United Nations, following the food crisis of 1973-1975, consensus exists within th...

La Stratégie de Croissance Accélérée du Sénégal est-elle pro-Pauvre? / Is Senegal's Accelerated Growth Strategy Pro-Poor?

The main purpose of the Senegalese accelerated growth strategy (AGS) is to boost economic growth so as to make poor people share its benefits. In any given economy, there is a relationship between growth, poverty reduction and income distribution....

Développement Financier, Croissance économique et Inégalités de Revenus entre les Pays de l’UEMOA / Financial Development, Economic Growth and Inequalities of Income between WAEMU Countries

The aim of this paper is to analyse the impact of financial development first on GDP per capita growth and second on inequalities between UEMOA countries during the period 1960- 2002. Time series data are from the 2004 World Development Indicators...

Complémentarité entre Banques et Structures de Microfinance en Afrique Subsaharienne: une Réflexion à Partir des Analyses de G. B. Richardson

The Complete English Title of this document: Complementarity between Banks and Microfinance Structures in Sub-Saharan Africa: a reflection from the analyzes of G. B. Richardson. The main object of this paper is mainly the analysis of the complemen...

Social Protection : What about Young People not in Employment, nor in Education, nor in Training ?

The paper assesses the phenomenon of NEET, it identified the key factors that drive the probability to belong to this category and explore targeting measures. In fact, due to the low vote of youth employment and the precariousness of their status ...

Inequalities in the Context of Structural Transformation: Senegal Country Case Study

Since the late 1990s it has become a priority of Senegal to reduce inequality and poverty. The catalysts are the structural adjustment policies, which have had disastrous consequences on the living conditions of populations. The policies undertak...

Tobacco Taxation in West Africa : Overview Issues and Options for Tobacco Control

The way in which tobacco products are taxed in West African countries is the result of both national and regional legislations. Four important features are highlighted in this review, in the current policies and practices that are not in step wit...

Macroeconomic Policy Formation in Senegal: Challenges in Formation and Coordination

Twenty years after the independence of 1960 – this period is characterized by a significant centralization in the management of the economy and the use of planning. However the effectiveness of the government’s policies had been questioned when t...

Nonlinearities in International Productivity Growth

The research in the paper consists of country panel data spanning over 1998-2008 for both developed and developing countries to study the productivity growth when countries are close to the technology frontier. Relying on a semi-parametric general...

Do Firms Learn by Exporting or Learn to Export : Evidence from Senegalese Manufacturers’ Plants

The increasing number of literature investigating the impact of trade openness on firm efficiency has not yet provided a definite prediction on the direction of causality. This paper investigated the relation between exporting and productivity on...

Gouvernance dans les Institutions de Microfinance : Contingence et Apprentissage Organisationnel / Governance in Microfinance Institutions: Contingency and Organizational Learning

This work aims to show the central role of contingency variables and organizational learning for the definition of effective modes of governance in MFIs. Thus, the dependence of the MFI on resources, the culture that can be national or organizatio...

Macroeconomic Policy Formation in Senegal : Challenges in Formation and Coordination

This paper presented a framework of economic policy formulation in Senegal from 1960 to 2012, with special emphasis on the years from 2000. Political, social and economic objectives of these policies are identified. Subsequently, the role of the ...

Is South Africa's Affirmative Action Policy Efficient?

This article presents a dynamic computable general equilibrium model which measures the impacts of the affirmative action policy set up in South Africa. In order to reduce inequalities inherited from the former regime on the labour market, the gov...

Les Trajectoires d’Emplois des Jeunes au Sénégal: entre "Emplois faute de Mieux" et Projet Professionnel / The Career Path of Youth Employment in Senegal: between "Jobs for lack of better" and Professional Projects

The trajectories of youth employments in Senegal: Between jobs for lack of anything better and professional project Senegal, Following the example of many countries of the South where the demographic transition has not occur yet, is known to fac...

Vers des Régimes efficients de la Concurrence par le Renforcement des Capacités dans des pays Sélectionnés d’Afrique de l’ouest / Towards Efficient Regimes of Competition through Capacity Building in Selected West African Countries

This project aims, firstly, to overcome the difficulty of finding information on current competition regimes in West African countries, and secondly, to support a program to promote culture of competition in the target countries. The purpose of th...

La Pauvreté Numérique en Afrique Subsaharienne: une Analyse à partir de Données Micro / Digital Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Analysis from Micro Data

The aim of this study is to construct an indicator for measuring digital poverty with application to data collected from households in 17 African countries. Results show high incidence rates which vary by country. A hierarchical model highlights ...

The Impact of AIDS on Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

In this paper, a simple general equilibrium model is developed to capture the impact of AIDS on economic development. To this end, a benchmark model due to Cuddington and Hancock (1994) is extended in various directions. In particular, the sharply...

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