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Which Inequalities Matter for Africa's Sustained Growth and Poverty Reduction? A Macro- Micro Comparative Analysis with Case Studies on Cameroon and South Africa

Africa has been the second-fastest growing region in the world over the past decade. Some countries like Rwanda have done well; Ethiopia has been showing promise. Angola, Tanzania, and Mozambique are growing fast. Ensuring access to and equity of …

La Polarisation et les Inégalités de Revenus au Sénégal / Polarization and Income Inequality in Senegal

A polarized income distribution tends to have different homogeneous groups whose living standards may be very different. We use the approach considering that polarization comes from antagonisms generated by the combination of principles of identific…

Spatial Inequality in Cameroon During the 1996-2007 Period

"The overall objective of this paper is to analyze the major features of growth in the Cameroonian economy, and to investigate trends in the evolution of spatial poverty and income inequality in Cameroon during the period 1996-2007, using data from …

More than a Space for Interracial Contact: Exploring the Importance of the Workplace for Social Cohesion and Reconciliation in South Africa

Acknowledging that interactions between South Africans from various backgrounds extend beyond contact, but also take place within a historical and contemporary context, this report consists of several parts. Firstly, it explores the changing nature …

Uganda's Vision of Middle Income Status: Why the Growth of the Middle Class Matters

Uganda aspired to become a lower middle income status country by 2020. The study examines why Uganda could or may not achieve this goal. The study uses two most recently available rounds of Uganda National Household Survey ( i.e. 2012/13 and 2016/17…

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