Annual Meetings Seminars Framework Paper

28-Apr-2008

AA 2008 : Documents de réflexion

Les documents de réflexion des séminaires des Assemblées annuelles (SAN) 2008 sont articulés autour du thème suivant : « Promouvoir une croissance partagée : urbanisation, inégalités et pauvreté en Afrique ». Ils sont basés sur les défis que pose la rapide croissance de la population urbaine en Afrique et sont subdivisés en quatre volets spécifiques qui seront examinés plus en détail au cours des séminaires. Ils soulignent par ailleurs l’importance de la croissance économique en tant que stratégie de développement.
28-Apr-2008

2008 AM : Concept notes

The Concept Notes for the 2008 Annual Meeting Seminars (AMS) are crafted around the theme: “Fostering shared Growth: Urbanization, Inequality and Poverty in Africa. They are set around the challenges posed by rapid growth of the urban population in Africa, and divided into four specific topics to be examined in more detail during the Seminars, and emphasize the importance of economic growth as a development strategy.
04-Jun-2007

2007 AM - Annual Symposium : Concept notes

The Concept Notes for the 2007 Annual Meeting Seminars (AMS) are crafted around the theme: Africa and Asia: Partners in Development. The choice of this theme is based on the fact that Africa is now deepening its engagement with Asia, which is underscored largely by a surge in investments and trade between the two continents. Trade relations between Africa and Asia is now almost at par with Africa’s trade with the US and the European Union put together, which are Africa’s traditional trading partners. This increasing engagement of Africa with Asia presents a rare opportunity for Africa to...
13-Nov-2006

AA 2006 - Infrastructure Development and Regional Integration: Issues, Opportunities and Challenges

The development of social and economic infrastructure is critical for poverty reduction and achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Africa. Increased market size through regional integration and lower prices through the exploits of economies of scale, are examples of the impact of infrastructure development and regional integration in enhancing economic growth, improving living standards and reducing poverty.