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23-Jun-2011 Working Paper 125 - China and Africa: An Emerging Partnership for Development? - An Overview of Issues
23-Jun-2011 Working Paper 124 - Post-Crisis Prospects for China-Africa Relations
23-Jun-2011 Working Paper 126 - China’s Trade and FDI in Africa
23-Jun-2011 Working Paper 130 - Growth and Macroeconomic Convergence in Southern Africa
28-Feb-2011 Working Paper 123 - Labor Market Dynamics in Tunisia: The Issue of Youth Unemployment
11-Feb-2011 Working Paper 42 - Global Financial Crisis: Implications and Lessons for Africa
15-Jan-2011 Working Paper 120 - Community Based Health Insurance Schemes in Africa: The Case of Rwanda
11-Nov-2010 Working Paper 116 - Unlocking Productive Entrepreneurship in Ethiopia: Which Incentives Matter
11-Nov-2010 Working Paper 115 - Analyzing Pro-Poor Growth in Southern Africa: Lessons from Mauritius and South Africa
02-Nov-2010 Working Paper 114 - Additionality of Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) in Upstream Oil and Gas in Africa
11-Aug-2010 Working Paper 113 - Monetary Policy Conduct Based on Nonlinear Taylor Rule: Evidence from South Africa
09-Aug-2010 Working Paper 112 - Analysis of Poverty in the Democratic Republic of Congo
29-Jul-2010 Working Paper 111 - Assessing Absolute and Relative Pro-Poor Growth: An Application to the MENA Region
07-Jul-2010 Working Paper 107 - China, Africa and the International Aid Architecture
02-Jun-2010 Working Paper 110 - Education and Employment in Malawi
14-May-2010 Working Paper 109 - The First Africa Region Review for EAC/COMESA
08-May-2010 Working Paper 108 - Is there a Case for Formal Inflation Targeting in Sub-Saharan Africa?
06-May-2010 Working Paper 106 - Does Human Capital Protect Workers against Exogenous Shocks? South Africa in the 2008 - 2009 Crisis
05-May-2010 Working Paper 105 - Smallholder Agriculture in East Africa: Trends, Constraints and Opportunities
23-Jan-2010 Working Paper 104 - Technology Gap and Efficiency in Cocoa Production in West and Central Africa: Implications for Cocoa Sector Development