2 edition of Innovation in population law and policy in sub-Saharan Africa, 1975-1985 found in the catalog.
Innovation in population law and policy in sub-Saharan Africa, 1975-1985
Nancy I. Heckel
by Columbia University, Center for Population and Family Health in New York
Written in English
|Statement||Nancy I. Heckel.|
|Series||Working paper series / Center for Population and Family Health -- 27, Working paper (International Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction. Center for Population and Family Health) -- #27.|
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|Number of Pages||27|
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Author(s): Heckel,N I Title(s): Innovations in population law and policy in Sub-Saharan Africa: / N.I. Heckel. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York, New York, Columbia University, Center for Population and Family Health, Description: 27 p. London: Longman. Acsadi, and R. Bulatao, eds., Population Growth and Reproduction in Sub-Sa- haran Africa.
Washington, D.C.: The World Bank. Population laws and policies in Sub-Saharan Africa, International Family Planning Perspectives 12(4) Innovations in Population Law and Policy in Sub-Saharan Africa: This book focuses on market law and policy in sub-Saharan Africa, showing how markets can be harnessed by poorer and developing economies to help make the markets work for them: to help them integrate into the world economy and provide a better standard of living for their people while preserving their values of inclusive : Eleanor M.
Fox, Mor Bakhoum. The book chapters reflect multiple diversities that characterise sub-Saharan Africa based on studies in 13 country contexts and from five industry sectors. This book is recommended reading for managers and policy makers, as well as students and academics interested in Base of the Pyramid markets.
Making Markets Work for Africa Markets, Development, and Competition Law in Sub-Saharan Africa Eleanor M. Fox and Mor Bakhoum. Describes markets, market power, and the law that controls market power in countries in sub-Saharan Africa, and how that power can be controlled, in clear language and compelling narrative that combines law, economics, and social and political policy.
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Making Markets Bloom: In a new book, Eleanor Fox ’61 argues for flexible, context-driven antitrust laws in sub-Saharan Africa InKenya’s world market share in pyrethrum was 82 percent. Byafter the state set up the monopoly Pyrethrum Board, Kenya’s share had fallen to 4 percent. Enter Search Keyword(s) Content Types.
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Our growing population Infive years after the founding of the United Nations, world population was estimated at around billion people. It reached 5 billion in and 6 billion in Yet despite Africa’s impressive mobile money penetration, much of the continent’s population remains unbanked or underbanked.
In sub-Saharan Africa, only 34 percent of adults had an account inand the rural poor are at a particular disadvantage. That’s why it’s so encouraging to see another trend developing in tandem with Africans.
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It offers potential entry points and policy recommendations to facilitate the broader adoption of DATs and improve the overall food system. Although the average unweighted Gini for Sub-Saharan Africa declined from about to between andSub-Saharan Africa remains one of the most unequal regions in the world – with, of the 19 most unequal countries in the world, 10 residing in Africa.
Available statistics for sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) continues to haunt our development efforts through avoidable deaths and diseases.
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Editors Franz W. Gatzweiler Center for Development Research (ZEF) University of Bonn Bonn, Germany Joachim von Braun Center for Development Research (ZEF) University of Bonn Bonn. This chapter focuses on fiscal policy in Africa, with emphasis on fiscal developments over the longer term and during business cycles, the amount and allocation of government spending, the taxation system, and the quality of fiscal institutions.
The chapter also considers the main challenges facing Africa’s fiscal authorities. The chapter begins by providing an overview of fiscal policies in.Southern Africa - Southern Africa - European and African interaction in the 19th century: By the time the Cape changed hands during the Napoleonic Wars, humanitarians were vigorously campaigning against slavery, and in they succeeded in persuading Britain to abolish the trade; British antislavery ships soon patrolled the western coast of Africa.Food security is critical to achieving sustainable growth, poverty reduction, and political and economic stability, especially in regions of the world undergoing rapid population growth, such as sub-Saharan Africa, where the population is projected to double by (UN, ).
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