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Title:Inclusive growth in Africa: policies, practice, and lessons learnt
Editors:Kayizzi-Mugerwa, SteveISNI
Shimeles, Abebe
Lusigi, Angela
Moummi, Ahmed
Year:2017
Issue:23
Pages:241
Language:English
Series:Routledge African studies
City:New York
Publisher:Routledge
ISBN:1138673056; 9781138673052; 1315562170; 9781315562179
Geographic terms:Africa
Cameroon
Nigeria
Subjects:economic development
sustainable development
inequality
disabled
corruption
entrepreneurs
international trade
agricultural market
capital movements
wind energy
agricultural innovations
conference papers (form)
2012
Abstract:This book analyzes the recent economic growth in Africa, which has been widely accompanied by rising inequality, using the concept of 'inclusiveness' or 'inclusive development'. Contributions are selected from conference presentations from the African Economic Conference (AEC) 2012, under the theme 'Inclusive and sustainable development in Africa in an age of economic uncertainty'. Contents: -- Part I Political economy of inclusion. The inclusiveness of Africa's recent high-growth episode: evidence from several countries (Alun Thomas); Disability and labour force participation in Cameroon (Arlette Simo Fotso, Christian Marie Zamo Akono and Roger Tsafack Nanfosso); Corruption and small and medium-sized enterprise growth in Cameroon (Daniel Gbetnkom); Entrepreneurship and income level in developing countries (Janvier D. Nkurunziza). -- Part II: External and spatial economies. Cereal price transmission from international to domestic markets in Africa (Carolin Kouyaté, Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel, Friederike Greb, Nelissa Jamor, Nadine Würriehausen); Impacts of regional trade agreements on trade in agrifood products: evidence from Eastern and Southern Africa (Albert Makochekanwa); Export diversification and intra-industry trade in Africa (Siope V. 'Ofa, Malcolm Spence, Simon Mevel and Stephen Karingi); Capital flight and economic growth in the Franc Zone (Ameth Saloum Ndiaye). -- Part III: Sectorial aspects. Development of wind energy in Africa (Alli D. Mukasa, Emelly Mutambatsere, Yannis Arvanitis and Thouraya Triki); Impact of improved agricultural technology adoption on sustainable rice productivity and rural farmers' welfare in Nigeria (Bola Amoke Awotide, Taiwo Timothy Awoyemi, B.T. Omonona, and Aliou Diagne). [ASC Leiden abstract]
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