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Journal of African Economies

1992 - 2015

Current editor(s): Marcel Fafchamps

from Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE)
Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, UK.
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2002, volume 11, issue suppl_1

Preface pp. i-ii Downloads
Augustin Fosu
Privatisation and Corporate Governance: An Overview pp. 1-9 Downloads
Melvin Ayogu and Augustin Fosu
Experience with Privatisation: A New Institutional Economics Perspective pp. 10-31 Downloads
Mary M. Shirley
Comment on ‘Experience with Privatisation: A New Institutional Economics Perspective’ by Mary Shirley pp. 32-36 Downloads
Christopher Adam
International Evidence on Corporate Governance: Lessons for Developing Countries pp. 37-59 Downloads
Wendy Carlin and Colin Mayer
Comment on ‘International Evidence on Corporate Governance: Lessons for Developing Countries’ by Wendy Carlin and Colin Mayer pp. 60-67 Downloads
Melvin Ayogu
Corporate Governance and Privatisation: Lessons from Transition Economies pp. 68-104 Downloads
Saul Estrin
Comment on ‘Corporate Governance and Privatisation: Lessons from Transition Economies’ by Saul Estrin pp. 105-110 Downloads
Andrea E. Goldstein
Does Privatisation Meet the Expectations in Developing Countries? A Survey and Some Evidence from Africa pp. 111-140 Downloads
Narjess Boubakri and Jean-Claude Cosset
Comment on ‘Does Privatisation Meet the Expectations in Developing Countries? A Survey and Some Evidence from Africa’ by Narjess Boubakri and Jean-Claude Cosset pp. 141-145 Downloads
Lemma W. Senbet

2002, volume 11, issue 4

Bypassing Health Centres in Tanzania: Revealed Preferences for Quality pp. 441-471
Kenneth Leonard, Gilbert R. Mliga and Damen Haile Mariam
Price Discovery: The Case of Millet in Bamako, Mali pp. 472-502
David Bessler and Alpha Kergna
Censored Quantile Regressions of Chronic and Transient Seasonal Poverty in Rwanda pp. 503-541
Christophe Muller
Child Health and Mortality: Does Health Knowledge Matter? pp. 542-560
Jens Kovsted, Claus C. P–rtner and Finn Tarp
The Determinants of Child Labour and Child Schooling in Ghana pp. 561-590
Ranjan Ray
Natural Resource Management in African Agriculture: Understanding and Improving Current Practices. Christopher Barrett, Frank Place and Abdillahi Aboud (eds). CAB International Publishing in association with the International Centre for Research in Agroforestry, 2002, 335 pp pp. 591-595
Alex Winter-Nelson

2002, volume 11, issue 3

A Case of Private Supply of Money in Stateless Somalia pp. 309-325
Jamil A. Mubarak
Changes in Well-being in Zimbabwe, 1990-6: Evidence Using Semi-parametric Density Estimates pp. 326-364
Jeffrey Alwang, Bradford Mills and Nelson Taruvinga
Conflict in Africa: The Cost of Peaceful Behaviour pp. 365-386
Tony Addison, Philippe Le Billon and Mansoob Murshed S.
Monetary Union in West Africa: An Agency of Restraint for Fiscal Policies? pp. 387-412
Paul Masson and Catherine Pattillo
Can Price Incentive to Smuggle Explain the Contraction of the Cocoa Supply in Ghana? pp. 413-439
Aleš BulÌř

2002, volume 11, issue 2

How Low Can You Go? Combining Census and Survey Data for Mapping Poverty in South Africa pp. 169-200
Harold Alderman, Miriam Babita, Gabriel Demombynes, Nthabiseng Makhatha and Berk Özler
The Inflationary Effects of Effective Exchange Rate Depreciation in Selected African Countries pp. 201-218
Mark Holmes
Unit Labour Costs, International Competitiveness, and Exports: The Case of Senegal pp. 219-248
Ahmadou Aly Mbaye and Stephen Golub
Evidence on Informal Insurance in Rural Zimabwe pp. 249-278
Hans Hoogeveen
Feature: Taking Africa Seriously: Introduction pp. 279-281
Marcel Fafchamps
Feature: Taking Africa Seriously: A Case for Enhanced Resource Flow to Facilitate Development and Reduce Poverty pp. 282-307
Ernest Aryeetey

2002, volume 11, issue 1

Special Issue on Social Capital pp. 1-3
Abigail M. Barr
Social Capital, Household Welfare and Poverty in Burkina Faso pp. 4-38
Christiaan Grootaert, Gi-Taik Oh and Anand Swamy
The Effect of Social Capital on Fertiliser Adoption: Evidence from Rural Tanzania pp. 39-60
Jonathan Isham
Self-help Groups and Income Generation in the Informal Settlements of Nairobi pp. 61-89
Eliana La Ferrara
The Functional Diversity and Spillover Effects of Social Capital pp. 90-113
Abigail Barr
Bride Wealth and Household Security in Rural Zimbabwe pp. 114-145
Marleen Dekker and Hans Hoogeveen
Participation and Poverty Reduction: An Analytical Framework and Overview of the Issues pp. 146-168
John Hoddinott

2000, volume 9, issue 1

Retail Margins, Price Transmission and Price Asymmetry in Urban Food Markets: The Case of Kinshasa (Zaire) pp. 1-23
Bart Minten and Steven Kyle
De-industrialisation in Sub-Saharan Africa: Myth or Crisis? pp. 24-43
Hossein Jalilian and John Weiss
Participatory Appraisal Approaches versus Sample Survey Data Collection: A Case of Smallholder Farmers Well-being Ranking in Njombe District, Tanzania pp. 44-62
Andrew E Temu and Jean M Due
Does Purchasing Power Parity Hold in African Less Developed Countries? Evidence from a Panel Data Unit Root Test pp. 63-78
Mark Holmes
The Contribution of Income Components to Income Inequality in the Rural Former Homelands of South Africa: A Decomposable Gini Analysis pp. 79-99
Murray Leibbrandt, Christopher Woolard and Ingrid Woolard

1999, volume 8, issue 4

Aid Works--Let's Prove It! pp. 481-86
Eveline Herfkens
Aid Effectiveness in Africa: The Unfinished Agenda pp. 487-503
Carol Lancaster
Official Development Assistance to Africa: An Overview pp. 504-27
A A G Ali, C Malwanda and Y Suliman
Aid 'Dependency': A Critique pp. 528-45
Paul Collier
The Search for the Key: Aid, Investment and Policies in Africa pp. 546-77
David Dollar and William Easterly
External Aid: Help or Hindrance to Export Orientation in Africa? pp. 578-616
Ibrahim A Elbadawi
Uganda's Experience with Aid pp. 617-49
L A Kasekende and M Atingi-Ego

1999, volume 8, issue 3

Financial Liberalisation and Currency Demand in Zambia pp. 268-306
Christopher Adam
Economic Reform and the Stability of the Demand for Money in Tanzania pp. 307-44
John Randa
De-monetisation, Inflation and Coffee: The Demand for Money in Uganda pp. 345-85
N M Henstridge
Money Demand and Stabilisation in Zimbabwe pp. 386-421
Carolyn Jenkins
Money Demand in the West African Economic and Monetary Union--The Problems of Aggregation pp. 422-47
Philipp Rother
Interest, Credit and Liquid Assets in Cote d'Ivoire pp. 448-78
David Fielding

1999, volume 8, issue 2

The Sequencing of Agricultural Market Reforms in Malawi pp. 125-51
Mylene Kherallah and Kumaresan Govindan
Tying Governments' Hands in Commodity Taxation pp. 152-81
Ludger Schuknecht
Poverty Issues for Zero Rating VAT in South Africa pp. 182-208
Harold Alderman and Carlo del Ninno
Tourism and Welfare in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Theoretical Analysis pp. 209-27
Lein Lein Chen and John Devereux
North-South Trade: Is Africa Unusual? pp. 228-56
David Coe and Alexander Hoffmaister

1999, volume 8, issue 1

Ghana Government Fiscal Deficits: How Small or How Large? pp. 1-30
Joe Amoako-Tuffour
Information Service and Integration of Cereal Markets in Burkino Faso pp. 31-51
Boubie Bassolet and Clemens Lutz
Political Instability, Investment and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 52-86
Kwabena Gyimah-Brempong and Thomas L Traynor
How Instability Lowers African Growth pp. 87-107
Patrick Guillaumont, Sylviane Guillaumont Jeanneney and Jean Brun
Evaluating Participation in African Economic Integration Schemes: The Case of the North African Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) pp. 108-23
Abdelaziz Testas

1999, volume 8

Introduction: Institutions, Governance and the Political Economy of Development in SSA pp. 1-5
Jean-Paul Azam and Mathieu Meleu
Institutions for Macroeconomic Stability in Africa pp. 6-29
Jean-Paul Azam
A Positive Theory of Privatisation for Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 30-67
Jean-Jacques Laffont and Mathieu Meleu
The Quality of Governance: 'Second-Generation' Civil Service Reform in Africa pp. 68-106
Nadeem Haque and Jahangir Aziz
Economic Implications of Civil Wars in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Economic Policies Necessary for the Successful Transition to Peace pp. 107-48
Nadir Abdel Latif Mohammed
Institutions, Governance and Political Economy of Development: Some Reflections pp. 149-67
Pranab Bardhan
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