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Will Oil Build or Break the Back of Ghana’s Democracy?

Ghana is about to start producing oil commercially. Amid great excitement, there is also legitimate cause for concern. Given the importance of economic diversification and the need to consolidate democratic institutions to avoid a resource curse, th…

Managing Debt and Mobilizing Resources: A Delicate balance to Sustain Economic Growth

In 2019, the economic outlook of sub Saharan Africa will strengthen, due largely to a combination of higher commodity prices, a stronger global economy, and supportive domestic policies. The latest projections have the region’s aggregate gross dome…

Deepening Engagement in the EU-SADC EPA Roll-out

This Report on Botswana forms part of a major research project whose purpose is to gather detailed information on the SADC – EU Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) from the start of the negotiations, signing of the Agreement, to the present moment.…

Agenda for Sustainable Economic Transformation Post-COVID-19 in Nigeria

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a debilitating effect on the Nigerian economy. Specifically, the combination of lockdown measures and the global slowdown of economic activities led to the contraction of Nigeria’s GDP by 6.1% in the second quarter of 2…

Impact des Politiques Publiques Pro-genres dans les Secteurs Agricoles sur L’emploi des Femmes dans un Contexte de Dépendance Économique aux Ressources Naturelles : Cas de la RDC / Impact of Pro-gender Public Policies in the Agricultural Sectors on Women'

The DRC is characterized by a heavy dependence on the mining sector as well as by glaring gender inequalities in the labor market. Aware of these structural weaknesses, the Congolese government wishes to diversify its economy while reducing gender i…

Women's Employment in Rural Senegal: What can we Learn from Non-farm Diversification Strategies?

As rural non-farm activities grow in developing countries, less attention is paid to the opportunities they may provide for women. We build on this perspective by examining the gender-differentiated impact of non-farm diversification strategies in r…

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