Working Paper Series

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08-mar-2002 Working Paper 58 - The Contribution of African Development Bank to Economic Knowledge and Policy in Africa
07-mar-2002 Working Paper 57 - Exorcism of the Ghost: An Alternative Growth Model for Measuring the Financing Gap
06-mar-2002 Working Paper 56 - A Statistical Analysis of Determinants of Project Success: Examples from the African Development Bank
05-mar-2002 Working Paper 55 - Strategic Considerations for Building a Healthy Pipeline for Bank Group Operations
03-mar-2002 Working Paper 53 - Linkages between SMEs and Large Industries for Increased Markets and Trade: An African Perspective
01-mar-2002 Working Paper 52 - Poverty Reduction in sub - Saharan Africa: Is There a Role for the Private Sector?
20-Feb-2002 Working Paper 51 - Competition and Regulation in Infrastructure
18-Feb-2002 Working Paper 49 - Private Sector Participation in Infrastructure in Southern African Development Bank
17-Feb-2002 Working Paper 48 - Challenges of Infrastructure Rehabilitation and Reconstruction in War - Affected Economies
16-Feb-2002 Working Paper 47 - Participation du secteur privé à la fournitures des infrastructures en Côte d'Ivoire: Revue et recommandation
14-Feb-2002 Working Paper 45 - Commercial Infrastructure in Africa: Potentials and Challenges
12-Feb-2002 Working Paper 43 - Energy Sector Development in Africa
10-Feb-2002 Working Paper 41 - Informal Finance for Private Sector Development in Africa
09-Feb-2002 Working Paper 40 - Industrial Restructuring in Africa During the1990s: Outcomes and Prospects
08-Feb-2002 Working Paper 39 - Human Capital and Economic Development
07-Feb-2002 Working Paper 38 - Health Development in Africa
06-Feb-2002 Working Paper 37 - The Formation of Human Capital and the Economic Development of Africa: Returns to Health and Schooling Investments
01-jan-2000 Working Paper 35 - Privatization of Public Enterprises in Zambia: An Evaluation of the Policies, Procedures and Experiences
01-jan-2000 Working Paper 36 - Information Technology and the Challenge of Economic Growth in Africa