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Global Financial Crisis: An Opportunity to Revisit the Neo-Liberal Model of Socio-Economic Development

"The current global economic and financial crisis, provides for yet another opportunity to revisit the neoliberalism paradigm, which has been operational in Sub-Saharan Africa for almost three decades. The performance of this development framework, …

Explaining Wellbeing and Inequality in Cameroon: A Regression-base Decomposition

This study sets out to estimate the determinants of household economic wellbeing and to evaluate the relative contributions of regressed-income sources in explaining measured inequality. In particular, a regression-based decomposition approach in…

International Tourist Arrivals in Africa: Do Issues of Good Governance Matter?

Political stability, good governance, and an enabling business environment provide the foundation for tourism growth. Promotion of good governance in Africa, it is believed, has the potential to enhance the image and attractiveness of the continent …

Analytical Brief on Social Sector Budget 2018: ‘A Mirage in the Social Sector budget’

As Zambia continues on its recovery path, Social Sectors spending remain cardinal to providing both increased and good quality services to its increasing population. The level of resources allocated to these sectors through the National Budget is th…

Women's Rights in Islam and Somali Culture

The cultural context and experiences of women in Somaliland provide insight into both specific and universal challenges to the fulfillment of the human rights of all Somali women. For instance, the collapse of the central government eliminated leg…

Optimisation du Potentiel Fiscal du Cameroun: Premier Levier Pour Réussir le Décollage Dans le Cadre de la Seconde Phase de la Vision 2035 / Optimisation of Cameroon's Fiscal Potential: First Tool for a Successful Launch in the Second Phase of Vision 20

Cameroon needs money for its (sustainable) development programme in view of its development between 2030 and 2035. And a lot of money! But how can this be done? Since the end of the great crisis and the HIPC initiative which has cooled the approach…

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