Snapshot de l'incidence de l'épidémie de coronavirus en Afrique
Christian Pinshi ()
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This paper offers a snapshot of the impact of COVID-19 on the African economy. Using the Probit regression model, we found that economic growth, inflation, exchange rate, unemployment rate, and commodity prices were strongly affected. The study concluded that COVID-19 harmed the African economy. We suggest a rapid response of short-term macroeconomic policies and long-term economic diversification reforms to build resilience.
Keywords: COVID-19; Afrique; RDC (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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