African Statistical Journal

24-Sep-2019

African Statistical Journal Vol.21

We welcome our readers to Volume 21 of the African Statistical Journal (ASJ). The Journal’s mission remains unchanged since inception: to serve as a forum and common platform, to share ideas on statistical development in Africa, and to stimulate discussion and dialogue on key emerging issues. The ASJ attempts to reach out not only to practicing statisticians and economists among others in Africa, but also to those beyond the continent who are keen to make incremental value addition to evolving developmental issues affecting the African citizenry. Nous invitons nos lecteurs à découvrir le...
12-Mar-2018

African Statistical Journal Vol.20

1. Statistical and qualitative assessment of the design quality, performance, effectiveness and sustainability of the assistance of the African Development Bank to microfinance, 2000-2012 Albert-Enéas Gakusi, Alice Negre, Mabarakissa Diomanade, and Gloria Uwingabiye 2. Consumer Price Indices (CPIs) for different population groups, income groups and geographic areas. Vincent Musoke Nsubuga 3. Computing Consumer Price Indices and Purchasing Power Parities: A Special case for Africa Rees Mpofu
15-Feb-2017

African Statistical Journal Vol.19

1. The impact of private and public investments on economic growth in Uganda: A multiplier model analysis Thomas Bwire, Wilson Asiimwe, Grace A. Tinyinondi, Priscilla Kisakye, and Denise M. Ayume 2. Economic returns and comparative costs of farming tobacco, maize, and groundnuts: The case of the Tabora region in Tanzania Asmerom Kidane, John Mduma, Alexis Naho, and Teh-wei Hu 3. Gender inequality implications for agricultural growth and non-monetary poverty in rural Cameroon Eric Patrick Feubi Pamen, Jean Tchitchoua, and Syrie Galex Soh
23-Sep-2015

African Statistical Journal Vol.18

1. The Reliability of Africa’s National Accounts Statistics Statistical Capacity Building Division of the African Development Bank Group 2. Measuring Progress toward Attainment of the Healthrelated Millennium Development Goals in Cameroon Eric Patrick Feubi Pamen, Dieudonné Bondoma Yokono, and Jean-Marie Gankou 3. The Impact of Smoking on Food Expenditure among Tanzanian Households Asmerom Kidane, John Mduma, Alexis Naho, and Teh-wei Hu
05-Jan-2015

African Statistical Journal Vol.17

1. The Reliability of Economic Statistics in Africa, Focusing on GDP Measurement Statistical Capacity Building Division, Statistics Department of the African Development Bank Group 2. Peer Reviews of National Accounts for Selected African Countries Statistical Capacity Building Division, Statistics Department of the African Development Bank Group 3. Comparing the Real Size of African Economies: the 2011 Round of the International Comparison Program for Africa Derek Blades and David Roberts
15-Jan-2014

African Statistical Journal Vol. 8

How Demography Matters for Measuring Development Progress in Africa? Integrating Qualitative Dimensions of Poverty into the third Uganda National Household Survey Have Africa’s Statistical Voice Heard: How to Prepare Africa’s Contribution to International Statistical Conferences, Meetings and Working Groups
06-May-2013

African Statistical Journal Vol.16

1. Driving Factors of Male Employment in African Countries John C. Anyanwu 2. Alcohol Consumption Patterns: Do Neighborhoods Matter? A Multilevel Analysis of Alcohol Consumption Patterns in Uganda Nazarius Mbona Tumwesigye, Richard Muwonge, and Rogers Kasirye 3. Méthodologie d’obtention d’une base de données imputées Jean-Marc Kouadjo, Jean Arnaud Kouakou, Kouamé Désiré Kanga
12-Sep-2012

African Statistical Journal Vol.15

1. Revising GDP Estimates in Sub-Saharan Africa: Lessons from Ghana 2. Comparative Analysis of Economic Lifecycle Deficits in Kenya and Nigeria: Some Estimation Results 3. Determinants of Learning Outcomes for Primary Education: A Case for Uganda 4. A Comparative Assessment of Selected Approaches in Modeling Completion Dynamics of Graduate Programs
01-Jul-2012

African Statistical Journal Vol.14 - Special Issue on the International Comparison Program (ICP)

Special Issue on the International Comparison Program (ICP) Volume Spécial sur le Programme de Comparaison Internationale (PCI) Designations employed in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion on the part of the African Development Bank or the Editorial Board concerning the legal status of any country or territory, or the delimitation of its frontiers. The African Development Bank accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any consequences of its use.
28-Jun-2012

African Statistical Journal Vol.14

Special Issue on the International Comparison Program (ICP) Volume Spécial sur le Programme de Comparaison Internationale (PCI) Designations employed in this publication do not imply the expression of any opinion on the part of the African Development Bank or the Editorial Board concerning the legal status of any country or territory, or the delimitation of its frontiers. The African Development Bank accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any consequences of its use.
14-Dec-2011

African Statistical Journal Vol.13

The Grassroots Focused Index (GFI): Measuring Grassroots Perception of the Impact of Development Programs Sam O. Olofin, Olanrewaju Olaniyan, and Abiodun O. Folawewo Commerce international et emploi informel en zone CEMAC Mathurin Tchakounte Njoda et Alain Remy Zolo Eyea Lessons from Census Taking in South Africa: Budgeting and Accounting Experiences Juan A. X. Fanoe Leaving School Early: The Quest for Universal Primary Education in Uganda Anthony Tamusuza.
31-May-2011

African Statistical Journal Vol.12

This study on Mali examines gender and employment in Mali. The study is informed by the Millennium Development Agenda that views Millennium Development Goal 3, Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment as critical in the attainment of all the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), and more broadly, poverty reduction. Objectives and Rationale. The two main objectives of this study are to: 1) explore representative data on employment in various economic industries, formal and informal sectors; and 2) analyze the underlying relationships between gender and employment and their determinants....
29-Mar-2011

African Statistical Journal Vol. 11

Time Poverty: A Contributor to Women’s Poverty? Omar Ismael Abdourahman Poverty in Nigeria: A Gendered Analysis John C. Anyanwu Socialization Patterns and Boys’ Underperformance in Seychellois Schools Gisela Geisler and Mahrookh Pardiwalla Factors Influencing Female Labor Force Participation in South Africa in 2008 Yakubu A. Yakubu
28-Jan-2010

African Statistical Journal Vol. 9

Le secteur informel et la pauvreté en Afrique – Instruments de mesure, analyses et politiques économiques / The informal sector and poverty in Africa – measurement instruments, analyses, and economic policies La mesure de l’emploi et du secteur informels: Leçons des enquêtes 1-2-3 en Afrique / Measuring the informal sector and informal employment: the experience drawn from 1-2-3 surveys in African countries
28-Sep-2009

African Statistical Journal Vol. 8 - Highlights of the 4th Quarter 2008 and the 1 st Quarter 2009

Measurement of progress on the development agenda is nowadays of major interest to governments and the international community. Most of the explanations so far given on Africa’s progress on the development agenda revolve around economic development, especially economic growth. The social development, and particularly the evolving demographic and population changes, receives less attention in explaining Africa’s progress, and in the strategies to accelerate its development in the future. This paper explains how demography is important for measuring, assessing, explaining, and identifying...
28-Sep-2009

African Statistical Journal Vol. 7

Toward a Framework for Collaboration among Development Partners in National Accounts Programs Partnership Model for the Implementation of Regional Statistical Programs: the Case of the International Comparison Program for Africa (ICP-Africa) Mainstreaming Sectoral Statistical Systems into the National Strategy for the Development of Statistics
31-Mar-2009

African Statistical Journal Vol. 6

Nous présentons aux lecteurs le volume 6 du Journal africain de statistique. Depuis la dernière édition du journal, quatre événements majeurs ont eu lieu permettant à la communauté statistique africaine de faire de grands pas vers le développement statistique soutenu dans la région. D’abord, la publication des résultats du programme de comparaison internationale pour l’Afrique (PCI-Afrique) résultant du travail louable effectué par les 48 pays africains participants.
30-Mar-2009

African Statistical Journal Vol. 3

Nous souhaitons la bienvenue aux lecteurs de ce troisième volume du Journal et remercions tous ceux qui nous ont envoyé des commentaires sur le deuxième volume. Ce volume présente des articles et autres informations qui sont importants pour la communauté statistique Africaine. Les articles présentent un gamme de sujets qui couvrent la coopération institutionnelle pour le développement de la statistique, l’amélioration de la collecte des données en utilisant la méthodologie du Questionnaire Unique d’Indicateur de Bien être de Base (QUIBB), les procédures d’estimation dans les petites unités...
30-Mar-2009

African Statistical Journal Vol. 4

International Comparison Program for Africa: Towards Economic Convergence Measurement Construction and Civil Engineering Work: Designing a Time-Space Index Estimating National Annual Average Prices within the ICP-Africa Framework: Back to Surveys Détermination des parités de pouvoir d’achat élémentaires dans le cadre du PCI-Afrique : la méthode CPD
30-Mar-2009

African Statistical Journal Vol. 5

ICP-Africa Index Aggregation Methodology Méthodologie d’agrégation des indices du PCI-Afrique Relation entre la nomenclature du PCI-Afrique et les nomenclatures fonctionnelles Data Quality Issues in surveys of the ICP-Africa