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- DocumentInternational Monetary Fund Working Papers, 1998The external debt burden of many low-income developing countries has increased significantly since the 1970s.DocumentAid Effectiveness Research, World Bank, 1999Since the early 1980s, virtually every African country has received large amounts of aid aimed at stimulating policy reform. The results have varied enormously. Ghana and Uganda were successful reformers that grew rapidly and reduced poverty. In other countries policies changed little or even got worse.DocumentNatural Resources Institute, UK, 1999This article defines ethical trade and then examines its relation with international development.DocumentWorld Bank, 2001This article explores comparatively, the effect and effectiveness of aid in different African countries (10 case studies).More specifically the article investigates the following questions:are there common characteristics of successful and failed reformers that enable us to understand better the political economy of reform?do donors tailor their assistance to different types of counDocument
Foreign and local investment in East Africa, interactions and policy implications: case studies on Mauritius, Uganda and KenyaEquity and Growth through Economic Research, 2000This study was designed to explore whether foreign direct investment (FDI) squeezes out locals, or conversely opens up opportunities for them. The paper also hypothesises that local investment might sometimes take the lead, that an improvement in the business climate which stimulated local investment might act to attract FDI (foreign direct investment).Document
Conflict dynamics in a three-level game: local, national, and international conflict in the horn of AfricaWorkshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, 1999This paper begins with an introduction of a synthesis and analysis of the complex patterns of international wars and internal conflicts in the Horn of Africa over the past four decades.DocumentFamine Early Warning Systems Network, 1999News bulletin from FEWS/USAID focusing on food supply prospects and news for African countriesUntil 1999 this was known as the Fews BulletinDocumentLand Tenure Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000Food security is a multi-dimensional development issue that needs cross-sectoral integrated approaches.Document
Methodologies for estimating informal crossborder trade in Eastern and Southern Africa : Kenya - Uganda border, Tanzania and its neighbors, Malawi and its neighbors, Mozambique and its neighborsDevelopment Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 1996This report should serve as a highly useful guide for needs assessment/planning, data set collection, further research, project/program elaboration, and policy formulation on the subject of unofficial crossborder trade.Ackello-Ogutu’s research techniques reflect his concern for variations that often exist among regions and countries, but are frequently ignored by researchers in research methodoDocument
Comparative cost of production analysis in East Africa : implications for competitiveness and comparative advantageDevelopment Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 1996Report is an analytical attempt to highlight areas of comparative advantage and disadvantage in various East African countries and suggest ways in which these countries could improve regional and individual competitiveness in production and trade via optimal resource allocation.