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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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1998, volume 7, issue 3

Initial Conditions, Social Capital and Growth in Africa pp. 309-47
Jonathan Temple
Ethnic Diversity and Economic Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 348-62
Maurice Schiff
Has ECOWAS Promoted Trade among Its Members? pp. 363-83
Dean M Hanink and J Henry Owusu
The Tragedy of the Commons, Livestock Cycles and Sustainability pp. 384-423
Marcel Fafchamps
Supply Response of Cocoa in Ghana: A Farm-Level Profit Function Analysis pp. 424-44
Wolter Hattink, Nico Heerink and Geert Thijssen

1998, volume 7, issue 2

Participation in the Construction of a Local Public Good with Indivisibilities: An Application to Watershed Development in Ethiopia pp. 157-84
Gaspart, Frederic, et al
Impact of Schistosomiasis on Rice Output and Farm Inputs in Mali pp. 185-207
Martine Audibert and Jean-Francois Etard
The Uruguay Round and Africa: A Global, General Equilibrium Analysis pp. 208-36
Thomas Hertel, William Masters and Aziz Elbehri
Investing in Wildlife: Can Wildlife Pay Its Way? pp. 237-62
Anders Skonhoft and Jan Tore Solstad
Commodity Composition of African Trade and Intra-African Trade Potential pp. 263-300
B O Oramah and C Abou-Lehaf

1998, volume 7, issue 1

The Impact of Public Services on Health Care and Illness: A Treatment Effects Model with Sample Selectivity pp. 1-33
Simon Appleton
Determinants of Private Investment in Zimbabwe pp. 34-61
Carolyn Jenkins
Skill Formation and Inequality in Poor Countries: How Much Do Ethnic Neighbourhoods Matter? pp. 62-90
Patricia Jones
A Politico-economic Model for Stabilisation in Africa pp. 91-119
Sebastien Dessus, Jean-Dominique Lafay and Christian Morrisson
Troubles with the Neighbours: Africa's Problem, Africa's Opportunity pp. 120-42
William Easterly and Ross Levine

1998, volume 7

Cross-Regional Development Experiences and Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa: An Overview pp. 1-37
Ibrahim A Elbadawi and Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel
Africa's Role in Multilateral Trade Negotiations: Past and Future pp. 1-33
Zhen Kun Wang and L. Winters
Using Trade and Industrial Policies to Foster African Development: Some Perspectives on Issues and Modalities pp. 34-42
T Ademola Oyejide
The Role of the State in Economic Development: Cross-Regional Experiences pp. 38-76
Paul Collier
Why Is Trade Reform So Difficult in Africa? pp. 43-69
Dani Rodrik
Industrial Policy and Industrialisation in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 70-107
Sanjaya Lall and Samuel Wangwe
Dealing with Poverty and Income Distribution Issues in Developing Countries: Cross-Regional Experiences pp. 77-115
Ali Abdel Gadir Ali
Trade Policy and Regional Integration in the Development Context: Emerging Patterns Issues and Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 108-45
Ademola Oyejide
Macroeconomic Policies, Instability and Growth in the World pp. 116-68
Ibrahim Elbadawi and Klaus Schmidt-Hebbel
Comments on 'Why Is Trade Reform So Difficult in Africa?' pp. 146-49
Faezeh Fouroutan
Comments on 'Trade Policy and Regional Integration in the Development Context: Emerging Patterns, Issues and Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa.' pp. 150-61
William Lyakurwa
Comments on 'Africa and the Global Economy.' pp. 162-65
Jan Willem Gunning
Some Lessons for Africa from the Recent Reforms in Latin America pp. 169-207
Vittorio Corbo
Comments on 'Some Lessons for Africa from the Recent Reforms in Latin America.' pp. 208-14
Charles Chukwuma Soludo
Comments on 'The Role of the State in Economic Development: Cross-Regional Experiences.' pp. 215-18
Benno J Ndulu
Comments on 'Macroeconomic Policies, Instability and Growth in the World.' pp. 219-25
Jean-Paul Azam

1997, volume 6, issue 3

Introduction to December 1995 Plenary Session Exchange Rates pp. 1-16
Ibrahim Elbadawi and Raimundo Soto
Exchange Rate Policy and Development Strategy pp. 17-36
John Williamson
Exchange Rate Issues in Developing and Transitional Economies pp. 37-73
Sebastian Edwards
Real Exchange Rates and Macroeconomic Adjustment in Sub-Saharan Africa and Other Developing Countries pp. 74-120
Ibrahim A Elbadawi and Raimundo Soto
Foreign Exchange Rate Regimes and Macroeconomic Performance in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 121-49
Cletus K Dordunoo and Dominique Njinkeu
Foreign Exchange Market Efficiency Tests in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 150-92
Janine Aron and Melvin Ayogu
Introduction to May 1996 Plenary Session: The Political Economy and Effects of Macroeconomic Policies pp. 193-98
David Bevan and Francis M Mwega
Saving in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Comparative Analysis pp. 199-228
Francis M Mwega
Irreversibility, Uncertainty and Private Investment: Analytical Issues and Some Lessons for Africa pp. 229-68
Luis Servén
Comments on 'The Irreversibility, Uncertainty and Private Investment: Analytical Issues and Some Lessons for Africa.' pp. 269-71
Kupukile Mlambo
Institutions as Investments pp. 272-87
Robert Bates
Comments on 'Institutions as Investments.' pp. 288-91
David Bevan
Sources of Slow Growth in African Economies pp. 335-76
Jeffrey D Sachs and Andrew Warner
Modelling the Determinants of Government Expenditure in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 377-90
David Fielding
Policy Reforms and Technological Change in Egyptian Rice Production: A Frontier Production Function Approach pp. 391-411
Shenggen Fan, Eric J Wailes and Kenneth B Young
Macroeconomic Shocks and Trade Flows within Sub-Saharan Africa: Implications for Optimum Currency Arrangements pp. 412-44
Tamim Bayoumi and Jonathan Ostry
Efficiency Wage and Supervision: Theory and Application to the Ivorian Manufacturing Sector pp. 445-62
Jean-Paul Azam and Jean-Yves Lesueur

1997, volume 6, issue 2

The Determinants of Poverty in Cote d'Ivoire in the 1980s pp. 169-96
Christiaan Grootaert
Money and Income Causality in Developing Economies: A Case Study of Selected Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 197-230
Pene Kalulumia and Pierre Yourougou
HIPCs' Debt Review of the Issues pp. 231-54
Claessens, Stijn, et al
The Determinants of Livestock Prices in Niger pp. 255-95
Marcel Fafchamps and Sarah Gavian
Return Predictability: Evidence from Nigeria's Foreign Exchange Parallel Market pp. 296-313
Melvin Ayogu

1997, volume 6, issue 1

Financial Liberalisation and Financial Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Synthesis pp. 1-28
Ernest Aryeetey, Lemma W Senbet and Christopher Udry
Firm-Level Responses to the CFA Devaluation in Cameroon pp. 3-34
Tybout, James, et al
Perspectives on Financial Regulation and Liberalisation in Africa under Incentive Problems and Asymmetric Information pp. 29-88
Mthuli Ncube and Lemma W Senbet
Real Exchange Rate Misalignment in the CFA Zone pp. 35-53
Shantayanan Devarajan
Public Debt and the Exchange Rate in the CFA France Zone pp. 54-84
Jean-Paul Azam
The CFAF Devaluation, Naira Parallel Exchange Rate and Niger's Competitiveness pp. 85-111
Ousmane Samba Mamadou
Comments on 'Perspective on Financial Regulation and Liberalisation in Africa under Incentive Problems and Asymmetric Information.' pp. 89-99
Alan Gelb
Financial Liberalisation and Bank Restructuring in Sub-Saharan Africa: Some Lessons for Sequencing and Policy Design pp. 100-150
Adedoyin Soyibo
Political Monetary Cycles and Independence of the Central Bank in a Monetary Union: An Empirical Test for a BEAC Franc Zone Member Country pp. 112-31
Fouda Seraphin Magloire
The CFA Franc Zone and Fiscal Discipline pp. 132-67
David Stasavage
Comments on 'Financial Liberalisation and Bank Restructuring in Sub-Saharan Africa: Some Lessons for Sequencing and Policy Design.' pp. 151-60
Eno L Inanga
The Characteristics of Informal Financial Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 161-203
Ernest Aryeetey and Christopher Udry
Comments on 'The Characteristics of Informal Financial Markets in Sub-Saharan Africa.' pp. 204-11
Machiko Nissanke
From Direct to Indirect Monetary Control in Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 212-64
Alan R Roe and Nii Sowa
Comments on 'From Direct to Indirect Monetary Control in Sub-Saharan Africa.' pp. 265-72
O'Connell, Stephen A
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