AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT AND THE GLOBAL TRADING SYSTEM: CHALLENGES AND OPTIONS
This paper empirically explored economic development in Africa in relation to trade and tariff using panel data techniques. It investigated the economic development of African economies in relation to the countries’ regional grouping and also assessed RE and GMM estimates. The results established, among others, are that sub-regions with higher level of domestic investment had higher values...
EVANS OSABUOHIEN and JOHNSON A. EGWAKHE
Osabuohien Evans » Dr. Evans Osabuohien is presently the Head his Department (Economics & Development Studies, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria).He started lecturing and researching in 2004. He was a research fellow at German Development Institute, Bonn with fellowship from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (October 2013 –December 2014).He held same fellowship at German Institute for Global and Area Studies... view full profile
Trade-Exchange Rate Nexus in Sub-Saharan African Countries: Evidence from Panel Co-integration Analysis
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EMERGENT AND RECURRENT ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS: PATHWAYS FOR CONVERGING EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIPS.
Promotion of Non-Oil Export in Nigeria: Empirical Assessment of Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme Fund
Trade Outcomes in Africa’s Regional Economic Communities and Institutional Quality: Some Policy Prescriptions
External Intrusion, Internal Tragedy: Environmental Pollution and Multinational Corporations in Sub-Saharan Africa