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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 (1) policy for smallholder agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa (2) It is not...

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...

Measuring the Middle Class in the World and in Morocco

Uri Dadush , Mahmoud Arbouch | July 11, 2019

The rise of the middle class in the emerging economies is affecting significantly consumption habits and thus, transforming these economies. The size...

Under Invested The Caribbean-African Relationship

Len Ishmael | June 27, 2019

Caribbean and African ties run deep. They are based on a shared history, culture, and sense of a common identity forged by the slave trade which...

MERCOSUR experience in regional integration: what could Africa learn from it?

Pedro da Motta Veiga, Sandra Polónia Rios | June 25, 2019

MERCOSUR is almost thirty years old. The project has achieved relevant accomplishments, but it has also accumulated many unfulfilled objectives and...

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