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Efficience de production du secteur informel non-agricole et réduction de la pauvreté au Cameroun / Production efficiency of non-agricultural informal sector and poverty reduction in Cameroun

This study analyzes the production of non-agricultural informal sector in Cameroon and determines how it’s efficiency can help improve living standards in Cameroon. For this purpose, data envelopment analysis (DEA) was used to measure the level of e…

La Stratégie de Croissance Accélérée du Sénégal est-elle pro-Pauvre? / Is Senegal's Accelerated Growth Strategy Pro-Poor?

The main purpose of the Senegalese accelerated growth strategy (AGS) is to boost economic growth so as to make poor people share its benefits. In any given economy, there is a relationship between growth, poverty reduction and income distribution. I…

Développement Financier, Croissance économique et Inégalités de Revenus entre les Pays de l’UEMOA / Financial Development, Economic Growth and Inequalities of Income between WAEMU Countries

The aim of this paper is to analyse the impact of financial development first on GDP per capita growth and second on inequalities between UEMOA countries during the period 1960- 2002. Time series data are from the 2004 World Development Indicators C…

Investir là où Travaillent les Femmes et les Diplômés pour Réduire la Durée de Cômage au Sénégal / Investing in Jobs for Women and Graduates to Reduce Unemployment time in Senegal

Although the implementation of the Senegalese Emerging Plan (PSE) and the Priority Action Plan (2014-2018) has significantly increased the volume of jobs, unemployment among women and graduate/qualified workers remains high in the Senegalese labour …

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…

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