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South Africa and Australia: Competition or co-operation?

This international update examines and corrects inaccurate underlying assumptions which cloud the relationship between South Africa and Australia. These are that Australia and South Africa are competitors with similar economies, that competition i...

Policy Seminar on Competition, Productivity and Privatisation: Summary Report

"This report is a summary of proceedings and presentations during a policy seminar on "Competition, Productivity and Privatisation" organised by Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA) and Botswana National Productivity Centre (...

"To Privatise" What is & How ?

"This paper draws on lessons of experience and existing knowledge on privatisation. Briefly addressing the main issues and describing how the privatisation process can be planned and implemented successfully. Privatisation is first defined, leadin...

Competition, Productivity and Privatisation

"This report is a summary of proceedings and presentations during a policy seminar on "Competition, Productivity and Privatisation" organized by BIDPA and BNPC. The seminar provided a unique opportunity for Botswana public policy-makers and privat...

Regulation, Privatisation and Commitment in Botswana

"This paper briefly highlights the challenges facing Botswana today giving particular attention to the changing role of the state and the need to improve the regulatory environment in order to promote competition among all economic agents and incr...

Côte d'Ivoire's 2015 Presidential Election : A Sign of Democratic Progress?

Côte d’Ivoire’s 2015 presidential election, was the first since multiparty elections were introduced in 1990 in which all major parties were able to compete without triggering a civil war. This paper examines the extent of democratic progress regi...

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