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Capital Accumulation and Productivity gains in Morocco

The continuous and reinforced process of accumulating physical capital, in which Morocco has embarked since the early 2000s, has helped to preserve the stability of the fundamental equilibrium and cushion the economy from various external and exog...

Accumulation du Capital et gains de Productivité au Maroc / Capital Accumulation and Productivity gains in Morocco

This Policy Brief is also available in English: Capital Accumulation and Productivity gains in Morocco. The continuous and reinforced process of accumulating physical capital, in which Morocco has embarked since the early 2000s, has helped to pres...

Financial Development and Economic Growth in Botswana

The study examines the interrelationships between financial development, economic growth, capital accumulation and productivity growth in Botswana over the period 1980-2014. Using the Auto regressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) bound test technique, we...

Growth in Fragile States in Africa: Conflict and Post-conflict Capital Accumulation

This framework paper analyses the pattern of capital accumulation in Africa and its interaction with political fragility. Political fragility retards or reverses gains with respect to capital accumulation, slowing long-term economic growth. Many...

Natural Wealth and Economic Growth: The Case of Sub-Saharan Africa

Resource abundant developing countries, although endowed with a unique mechanism to sustain high growth levels and sustain convergence toward higher income levels, are faced with a challenge: succumbing to fateful inner political workings that t...

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