4 edition of Growth and structural change in East Africa found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 71).
|Statement||Uma Lele, L. Richard Meyers.|
|Series||MADIA discussion paper ;, 3|
|Contributions||Meyers, L. Richard.|
|LC Classifications||HD9017.E22 L44 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||71|
|LC Control Number||89022727|
This in-depth case study examines how the DFID-ESRC Growth Research Programme (DEGRP) innovation project Structural change and productivity growth in Africa has contributed to helping unpack the African growth story, particularly in terms of the links between growth and structural change.. The past five years have seen a growing movement around defining structural . Home IFPRI Publications Structural change, fundamentals, and growth: A framework and case studies Reference URL Share. Add tags Comment Rate. Save to favorites. To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website. Structural change, fundamentals, and growth: A framework and case.
This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-SA IGO licence. It is free to read at Oxford Scholarship Online and offered as a free PDF download from OUP and selected open access locations. By more than three quarters of the world's absolute poor are projected to live in Africa. Accelerating economic growth is key to rising incomes on the . Industrialization-led structural change can solely fuel rapid growth, as applied in Asia.7 By contrast, investments in fundamentals take time to bear fruit, tend to be costly, and mostly yield steady, albeit slow, growth, typical of the West. Structural change is thus purportedly an easier and a more viableFile Size: 2MB.
The book considers a range of interrelated concerns over “the quality of growth" in Africa, including the measurement of growth, issues around equity and well-being, and the structural transformation of the economy. Sustaining growth and structural transformation in Africa: how can a stable and efficient financial sector help? 2 DEGRP Policy Essays aim to bring together the latest thinking on growth policy in low-income countries from leading researchers and decision-makers around the globe.
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Ethiopia aspires to attain structural change as a way forward to sustain its successive and rapid economic growth, but achieving it seems to be a complex task.
The. This book addresses current issues related to the development, administration, scoring and usage of public examinations. High-stakes public examinations exert a dominant influence on education systems in Asia, Africa, Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa. hand, and Africa and Latin America, on the other.
Unlike in the other two regions, where growth had been slow and erratic, Asian growth tended to rely heavily on the engine of structural change. Consider how this process worked in Vietnam, as described in McCaig and Pavcnik ().
In the. In Africa structural change has contributed very little to growth and poverty reduction. Until the turn of the twenty-first century an increasing share of African.
tivity and industrialization across most of the continent indicate an enormous potential for growth through structural change. Published by Elsevier Ltd. Key words — Africa, structural change, productivity growth 1.
INTRODUCTION One. Growth and structural change in east africa: domestic policies, agricultural performance and world bank assistance, parts 1 and 2 7.
by Uma J Lele; L Richard Meyers. Get this from a library. Growth and structural change in East Africa: domestic policies, agricultural performance, and World Bank assistance, Parts I and II.
[Uma J Lele; L Richard Meyers]. 2 Regional economic growth in East Africa, –19 4 7 Structural change, growth, and employment 13 8 Sectoral share of GDP, 18 9 Composition of manufacturing by main sector, selected East African economies 23 he East Africa Economic Outlook reviews economic performance in and forecastsFile Size: 1MB.
Patterns of structural change differ greatly in the recent growth experience. In contrast to the East Asian experience, none of the recent growth accelerations in Latin America, Africa, or South Asia was driven by rapid industrialization. Structural change in Africa reconsidered from the manufacturing-led transformation of East Asia.
ICT-based services, tourism, and Africa Growth. The East African Community (EAC) countries’ economic growth performance during the past decade has been impressive: 1 at percent, the EAC’s (unweighted) average growth rate in –13 is in the top one-fifth of the distribution of year growth rate episodesFile Size: 1MB.
The book focusses on structural changes of China's economy, which are essential to steer the country towards sustainable development. It studies the long-term factors affecting the Chinese economy such as education and innovation, and emerging sources of economic growth, such as e-commerce.
GROWTH, JOBS, AND POVERTY IN AFRICA 35 Growth spikes are acceleration episodes that lead to higher GDP a t apc i r ep — an d are not merely recoveries after a crisis or are not leading into a crisis FIGURE Growth rates in African countries with and without accelerations, – Annual growth rate (percent)-5 0 5 10 Djibouti.
Reporting annual growth rates in labor productivity growth within sector and from structural change has the advantage that we can relate these to annual growth rates in GDP as we do in Table of this chapter. A commonly used method is to first get the changes in within and between terms across sectors over an entire period, and then Cited by: The purpose of this book is not to provide a country-by-country study, but rather to deal with general economic themes found in Arab MENA and Israel, such as problems associated with growth and structural change; the role of State-intervention in country-specific local markets; labor market imperfections driven by gender bias; technology gaps.
Although productivity growth from structural change is generally low, a regional comparison shows that structural change is more rapid in East Africa than in the other regions of sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). While structural change accounts for more than half of the labour productivity growth in East Africa, within-sector productivity growth Author: Emmanuel Mensah, Solomon Owusu, Neil Foster-McGregor, Adam Szirmai.
2 recent growth, on the one hand, and Latin America’s and Africa’s, on the other, can be explained by the variation in the contribution of structural change to overall labor productivity.
This book addresses current issues related to the development, administration, scoring and usage of public examinations. High-stakes public examinations exert a dominant influence on education systems in Asia, Africa, Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East, and North by: 3.
Recent literature on the historical determinants of African poverty has emphasized structural impediments to African growth, such as adverse geographical conditions, weak institutions, or ethnic heterogeneity.
The British East Africa Protectorate, Blue Book. Nairobi: Government OPENNESS, AND ECONOMIC CHANGE IN PRECOLONIAL SOUTHERN Cited by: growth in Africa is generally achieved by cultivating more land and by mobilising a larger agricultural labour force, which produc - es very little improvement in Size: 3MB.
Without serious structural reform, South Africa is expected to grow at around 2% a year to - less than half the target set out in the country's now-outdated National Development Plan.Good Growth and Governance in Africa: Rethinking Development Strategies (The Initiative for Policy Dialogue) Could some of the policies that proved so successful in East Asia help reverse the deindustrialization of Africa in the past three decades and be the basis of its structural transformation?
These were the questions posed to a diverse Cited by: Offering both diagnoses and prescriptions, The Quality of Growth in Africa helps envision a future that goes beyond increasing GDP to ensuring that growth translates into advancements in well-being. Although the book focuses on sub-Saharan Africa, much of the contributors’ incisive analysis has implications for countries outside the region.