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Journal of African Economies

1992 - 2017

Current editor(s): Marcel Fafchamps

From Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE)
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2005, volume 14, issue 4

Risk, Poverty and Vulnerability in Africa pp. 483-488
Stefan Dercon
Consumption Smoothing in the Zone Lacustre, Mali pp. 489-519
Sarah Harrower and John Hoddinott
Towards an Understanding of Household Vulnerability in Rural Kenya pp. 520-558
Luc Christiaensen and Kalanidhi Subbarao
Shocks and Consumption in 15 Ethiopian Villages, 1999--2004 pp. 559-585
Stefan Dercon, John Hoddinott and Tassew Woldehanna
The Economic Impact of Armed Conflict in Rwanda pp. 586-602
Humberto Lopez and Quentin Wodon
Measuring Welfare for Small but Vulnerable Groups: Poverty and Disability in Uganda pp. 603-631
Johannes G. Hoogeveen

2005, volume 14, issue 3

Some Simple Analytics of the Trade and Welfare Effects of Economic Partnership Agreements pp. 327-358
Chris Milner, Oliver Morrissey and Andy McKay
Devaluation and Cattle Market Integration in Burkina Faso pp. 359-384
Claudio Araujo, Catherine Araujo Bonjean, Jean-Louis Combes and Pascale Motel Combes
Some Implications of GM Food Technology Policies for Sub-Saharan Africa pp. 385-410
Kym Anderson and Lee Ann Jackson
Import Demand Function: Some Evidence from Madagascar and Mauritius pp. 411-434
Ivohasina Fizara Razafimahefa and Shigeyuki Hamori
The Utilisation of Curative Healthcare in Mozambique: Does Income Matter? pp. 435-482
Magnus Lindelow

2005, volume 14, issue 2

Earnings and Employment Dynamics for Africans in Post-apartheid South Africa: A Panel Study of KwaZulu-Natal1 pp. 143-190
Paul Cichello, Gary Fields and Murray Leibbrandt
The HIV Epidemic in Four African Countries Seen through the Demographic and Health Surveys pp. 191-246
Mark Gersovitz
Aid, Debt Burden and Government Fiscal Behaviour in Côte d'Ivoire pp. 247-269
Mark McGillivray and Bazoumana Ouattara
Civil Wars and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa1 pp. 270-311
Kwabena Gyimah-Brempong and Marva E. Corley
Achieving Schooling for All in Africa: Costs, Commitment, and Gender pp. 312-317
Walter W. McMahon
Geography and Economy in South Africa and its Neighbours pp. 318-320
Wim Naudé
Market Institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa—Theory and Evidence pp. 321-325
Garth Frazer

2005, volume 14, issue 1

Estimation of Own- and Cross-price Elasticities using Unit Values: Econometric Issues and Evidence from Urban Ethiopia pp. 1-20
Abbi Kedir
Development of Land Rental Markets and Agricultural Productivity Growth: The Case of Northern Ethiopia pp. 21-54
Samuel Benin, Mohamed Ahmed, John Pender and Simeon Ehui
Economic and Welfare Impact of the Abolition of Health User Fees: Evidence from Uganda pp. 55-91
Klaus Deininger and Paul Mpuga
The Returns to Education in Rwanda pp. 92-116
Gérard Lassibille and Jee-Peng Tan
The Intensity of Trade Creation and Trade Diversion in COMESA, ECCAS and ECOWAS: A Comparative Analysis pp. 117-141
Jacob Wanjala Musila

2004, volume 13, issue 4

Introduction pp. 483-487
Christopher Adam and David Fielding
The Characteristics of Macroeconomic Shocks in the CFA Franc Zone pp. 488-517
David Fielding, Kevin Lee and K Shields
What Determines Monetary Policy in the Franc Zone? Estimating a Reaction Function for the BCEAO pp. 518-535
Anja Shortland and David Stasavage
Poverty and Growth in the WAEMU after the 1994 Devaluation pp. 536-562
Jean-Paul Azam
How Does Monetary Policy Affect the Poor? Evidence from the West African Economic and Monetary Union pp. 563-593
David Fielding

2004, volume 13, issue 3

Privatisation versus Regulation in Developing Economies: The Case of West African Banks pp. 361-394
Jean-Paul Azam, Bruno Biais and Magueye Dia
Aid and Policies under Weak Donor Conditionality pp. 395-416
Giulio Federico
Collective Action, Heterogeneous Loyalties and Path Dependence: Micro-evidence from Senegal pp. 417-445
Jean-Philippe Platteau and Tomasz Strzalecki
On the Choice of Appropriate Development Strategy: Insights Gained from CGE Modelling of the Mozambican Economy pp. 446-478
Henning Tarp and Finn Tarp
Fighting Poverty in Africa. Are PRSPs Making a Difference? pp. 479-482
John Toye

2004, volume 13, issue 2

African Regional Agreements: Impact on Trade with or without Currency Unions pp. 199-239
Celine Carrere
The Effect of Early Childhood Development Programmes on Women's Labour Force Participation and Older Children's Schooling in Kenya pp. 240-276
Michael Lokshin, Elena Glinskaya and Marito Garcia
Determinants of Antenatal Care Use in Ghana pp. 277-301
G.B. Overbosch, N.N.N. Nsowah-Nuamah, G.J.M. van den Boom and L. Damnyag
Regionalism and Labour Market Structure: A CGE Analysis of UEMOA Customs Union pp. 302-332
Bernard Decaluwe, Yazid Dissou and Véronique Robichaud
Why Children Aren't Attending School: The Case of Northwestern Tanzania pp. 333-355
Kathleen Burke and Kathleen Beegle
African Economic Development pp. 356-359
Yaye Sakho

2004, volume 13, issue 02

Preface pp. i-ii
Augustin Fosu
Africa and the World Economy: A Focus on Capital -- An Overview pp. ii1-ii14
Augustin Fosu, Pramila Krishnan and Leonce Ndikumana
Africa's Exodus: Capital Flight and the Brain Drain as Portfolio Decisions pp. ii15-ii54
Paul Collier, Anke Hoeffler and Catherine Pattillo
International Financial Integration and Growth in Developing Countries: Issues and Implications for Africa pp. ii55-ii94
Susan M. Collins
Evidence of Returns to Schooling in Africa from Household Surveys: Monitoring and Restructuring the Market for Education pp. ii95-ii148
T. Schultz

2004, volume 13, issue 1

Part 1: Growth and Poverty in Africa -- Growth and Poverty in Africa: An Overview pp. i1-i15
Arne Bigsten and Augustin Fosu
The Decline in Primary School Enrolment in Kenya pp. 1-43
Arjun Bedi, Paul K. Kimalu, Damiano Kulundu Mandab and Nancy Nafula
Rural Development, Growth and Poverty in Africa pp. i16-i65
Germano Mwabu and Erik Thorbecke
Decision-making Under Risk among Small Farmers in East Uganda pp. 44-101
Steven J. Humphrey and Arjan Verschoor
Growth and Poverty Reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa: Macroeconomic Adjustment and Beyond pp. i66-i95
David Sahn and Stephen Younger
AIDS and the Accumulation and Utilisation of Human Capital in Africa pp. i96-i136
Amar Hamoudi and Nancy Birdsall
Spatial Integration of Maize Markets in Post-liberalised Uganda pp. 102-133
Shahidur Rashid
Factors Affecting Farm-specific Production Efficiency in the Savanna Zones of West Africa pp. 134-165
I. Okike, Mohammad Jabbar, V.M. Manyong, J.W. Smith and S.K. Ehui
Part 2: Public Sector Delivery -- Public Sector Delivery: A Synthesis pp. i137-i141
Augustin Fosu and Terence C.I. Ryan
Making Services Work for Poor People pp. i142-i166
Shantayanan Devarajan and Ritva Reinikka
Policies Affecting Changes in Ownership of Livestock and Use of Feed Resources in the Highlands of Northern Ethiopia pp. 166-194
Samuel Benin, Simeon Ehui and John Pender
Governance Issues in Delivery of Public Services pp. i167-i182
Pranab Bardhan
Poverty, Bureaucratic Behaviour and Health Policy pp. i183-i198
Tchétché N'Guessan
Failing to Compete: Technology Development and Technology Systems in Africa. Sanjaya Lall and Carlo Pietrobelli, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2002, 288 pp pp. 195-198
Remco Oostendorp
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