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Le développement des hydrocarbures en Afrique de l’Est, Défis politiques et sécuritaires

Benjamin AUGE | October 29, 2019

L’ Afrique de l’Est a le potentiel de connaître un boom gazier et d’ exportation de gaz naturel liquéfié (GNL) ces...

Humanitarian Assistance as Peace-Keeping - Beyond Charity -

Shoji Matsumoto | October 24, 2019

Due to the prevailing nationalism, the prospect of increase in voluntary donation for humanitarian assistance by States and citizens in charity is...

L’Angola sous Joao Lourenço, un changement a minima de l’État MPLA

Benjamin AUGE | October 16, 2019

En 2017, l’arrivée au pouvoir de João Lourenço a mis un terme à près de quatre décennies de règne de l’ancien chef de l’État, José Eduardo Dos Santos...

From Asian Green Revolution 1.0 to Sustainable Green Revolution 2.0

Isabelle TSAKOK , Tharcisse GUEDEGBE | September 27, 2019

This paper is about the basic principles which should guide fertilizer policy for smallholder agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa It is not about...

The Concept of Developing Country from International Legal Perspectives in Post NIEO/UNCTAD World

Shoji Matsumoto | September 25, 2019

The concept of ‘developing country’ is now a source of controversy, asking “Is China a developing country?”, for example. The normative implications...

Africa & Europe Different Demographic Trends Seeds for a Smart Partnership.

Len Ishmael | September 18, 2019

In Africa’s impending demographic dividend and the looming threat posed by Europe’s aging, lie the seeds of an agenda with the possibilities...

Inequality in Morocco: An International Perspective

Uri Dadush , Hamza Saoudi | August 23, 2019

Income inequality is high in Morocco. In 2013, the share of national income of the richest 10% in Morocco stood at nearly 32%, 12 times higher than...

Natural Wealth and Economic Growth: The Case of Sub-Saharan Africa

Otaviano Canuto , Christos Daoulas | August 22, 2019

This note approaches the relationship between natural wealth and economic growth, using the case of Sub-Sahara African economies as an illustration....

2009-2018 : Les dix derniers Prix Nobel d’économie « dix-neuf lauréats »

Henri-Louis Vedie | August 08, 2019

Contrairement aux autres Prix Nobel /physique, médecine, etc…/ le Prix Nobel d’Economie n’est pas attaché au testament d’Alfred Nobel, mais à un don...

Middle Income Countries and Multilateral Development Banks Traps on the Way to Graduation

Otaviano Canuto , Matheus Cavallari, Tiago Ribeiro dos Santos | July 19, 2019

Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) have two financing windows, with different terms, dedicated to low- and middle-income countries. Countries are...

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