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eAfrica: The electronic Journal of Governance and Innovation, Vol 3, May 2005

This edition of eAfrica contains five articles and one special feature. The articles deal with Nigeria’s anti-corruption campaign, the way Africa is coping better with high oil prices than expected, findings by an observer group of serious failures …

2016: Rebound Year for Hard Commodities?

The prices of non-renewable commodities rebounded during the first four months of 2016, after registering significant declines in 2015, resulting in a key question for many countries and economic stakeholders: can November 2015 be regarded as the lo…

Oil and Gas Local Content Development Strategy: The Key to Success

This policy brief attempted to identify common factors in successful local content strategies by comparing the experiences of countries that have achieved reasonable positive local content outcomes. In order to do so, the experiences of seven Latin…

A Chequered African History of Commodity Markets, Part one: Bauxite and Aluminium

The African endowment in mineral resources is well known and has often been a mixed blessing, according to the so called “natural resources curse”. Bauxite, an ore that serves as a feedstock for aluminium production, is particularly present in Guine…

Natural Resources Conflict Management Processes and Strategies in Africa

"This paper treats natural resources conflicts as an intrinsic part of larger social conflicts and seeks to provide a link between natural resources and social conflicts, situate the debate within the nexus between natural resources managemen…

Contract Transparency in Uganda's Petroleum and Mining Sectors

The objective of this study was to assess the level of transparency in the contracting processes in the petroleum and mining sectors in Uganda and compliance with best practices related to contract transparency in the extractives sector. The followi…

Impacts of Fluctuating Commodity Prices on Government Revenue in the SADC Region: The Case of Platinum for Zimbabwe

The commodity sector plays a significant role in Zimbabwe, accounting for an average of 19.9 percent of GDP, 50.7 percent of merchandise exports, about 36.2 percent of total formal sector employment and at least 5 percent of total government tax r…

Fuel Subsidy Reform and the Social Contract in Nigeria: A Micro-economic Analysis

This paper provides rigorous empirical evidence about the determinants of support for fuel subsidy reforms in Africa’s largest economy – Nigeria. Fuel subsidies in Nigeria are large – at the last estimate the state subsidises petrol to the tune of a…

La Fiscalité sur l'Or Noir au Sénégal / Taxation on Black Gold in Senegal

With the discovery of a first oil deposit in 2014, then gas discoveries in 2015 and 2016, Senegal plans to improve its economic performance in the medium and long term. Not having all the technical expertise required to exploit this wealth, the coun…

COVID-19: Faced with a Violent and Long-lasting Shock, African Oil Countries are Improvising the Rescue of their Economy

While the Brent oil prices in London have been fluctuating between 20 and 35 dollars per barrel for several weeks, and while American oil prices in New York even reached negative values on 20 April, most African oil-producing countries have, at the …

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