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Implications of Rainfall Shocks for Household Income and Consumption in Uganda

"This study uses a basic model of household production to assess the impact of rainfall shocks (using rainfall variability) on farm income and consumption expenditure and the response of households to such shocks. Pooled cross sectional data of farm…

Contract Type and Teacher Absenteeism in Benin: The Role of Teacher's Supplemental Income

Absenteeism is a phenomenon that has been noted in professional circles with consequences on the income of the wage earner as well as the profits of the firm, consequences that led, according to statistics from 2005, to losses in public finance amou…

COVID-19 Impact? Ugandans Grow More Discontent with Economic and Living Conditions

Since its outbreak in December 2019, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a major negative effect on almost every country's economy, as well as the global economy as a whole. Uganda's economy has been hit hard. Its real gross domestic product (GDP) grew by…

Work and Income for Young Men and Women in Africa: Case of Uganda

We found that youths accounts for more than a third of the labor contribution to national value added. The contribution of youths is largely driven by the skilled youths. The youths add more value added to service sector, followed by industry and la…

Effects of Temperature and Rainfall Variability on the Net Income of Cereal Crops in Togo: Semi-parametric Approach

This paper analyses the economic effects of temperature and rainfall variability on the net income of the main cereal crops in Togo based on a semi-parametric specification of the Ricardian model. The model provides a flexible functional form of the…

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