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Cross-Border Trade and Food Security in the Ethiopia-Djibouti and Ethiopia-Somalia Borderlands

"Trade between countries in the Horn of Africa is largely unofficial and unrecorded. The recent recorded data show that Ethiopia's trade with its neighboring countries is very little and is limited to some manufactured imports from Kenya and vege...

The G-20 and Development: Ensuring Greater African Participation

"Although South Africa is the only African permanent member of the G-20 group of major economies, the G-20 regularly invites the chair of the African Union (AU) and a representative of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) – usually...

Implementing Development Corridors: Lessons from the Maputo Corridor

"The Maputo Development Corridor is the largest and most successful development corridor initiative thus far in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region, if not within Africa as a whole. It has overcome a range of challenges to mak...

David V. Goliath: Mauritius facing up to China

"This study draws on several data sources to provide a comprehensive analysis of China’s effects on the Mauritian economy through trade, FDI and aid. Moreover, also addressed is an issue that has not been of much concern for SSA so far but that do...

Japan and South Africa Deepening Economic Relations

"This report will focus primarily on economic relations between Japan and South Africa since the establishment of full diplomatic links between the two countries in 1992. These relations need to be viewed within the context of relations during the...

Africa-Atlantic Integration: Can the Economy Unite What Geology has Divided? / L’intégration Afrique-Atlantique : L’économie peut-elle Réunir ce qui a été Séparé par la Géologie ?

The Atlantic basin situated in the Northern part of the country, holds a strategic place in the global economy given the systemic importance it represents. However, this area remains very heterogeneous with significant differences between the econ...

Comparing Refugees and South Africans in the Urban Informal Sector

This report compares the business operations of over 2,000 South Africans and refugees in the urban informal economy and systematically dispels some of the myths that have grown up around their activities. First, the report takes issue with the pe...

Choix du Régime de Change, chocs Exogènes et Stabilité Financière dans l’Union économique et Monétaire Ouest Africaine (UEMOA) / Exchange Rate Regime Choice, Exogenous Shocks and Financial Stability   in the West African Economic and Monetary Union

It is always a debate at the international level about the choice of exchange rate regimes. In general, the exchange rate instability is unfavourable for the economies such as the members of WAEMU who are specializing in the production of primar...

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