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Title:Special issue on the Conference on shared growth in Africa, Accra, 21-22 July 2005
Editor:Aryeetey, ErnestISNI
Year:2006
Periodical:African Development Review (ISSN 1017-6772)
Volume:18
Issue:3
Pages:279-485
Language:English
Geographic terms:Subsaharan Africa
Cameroon
Ivory Coast - Côte d'Ivoire
Ghana
Nigeria
Zimbabwe
Subjects:economic development
poverty
labour market
gender inequality
telecommunications
public sector
conference papers (form)
2005
Link:http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/afdr.2006.18.issue-3/issuetoc
Abstract:This special issue contains papers presented at the Conference on Shared Growth in Africa, held in Accra, Ghana, on 22-22 July 2005. Contributions: Introduction, by Ernest Aryeetey, Ravi Kanbur and John Page; Shared sectoral growth versus the dual economy model: evidence from Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, and Zimbabwe, by Niels-Hugo Blunch and Dorte Verner; Structure of sectoral decomposition of aggregate poverty changes in Cameroon, by Francis Manjo Baye; Analysing the poverty impact of HIPC initiative in Cameroon, by Arsene Honore Gideon Nkama; Institutional foundations for shared growth in sub-Saharan Africa, by Machiko Nissanke and Alice Sindzingre; Labour market flexibility, wages and incomes in sub-Saharan Africa in the 1990s, by Geeta Kingdom, Justin Sandefur and Francis Teal; Gender inequalities and economic efficiency: new evidence from cassava-based farm holdings in rural south-western Nigeria, by Awoyemi Taiwo Timothy and Adetola I. Adeoti; Telecommunications investment in Africa: implications of US reform of the international settlement rate system, by Kwabena Gyimah-Brempong and John Agyei Karikari; On public organizations in Ghana: what differentiates good performers from poor performers?, by Francis Owusu. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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