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Households and networks: Will your friend’s job search get you a job? Does land title registration work?
More fresh papers from the CSAE Conference! Elwyn Davies, Viviana Perego, Emma Riley and Marc Witte give an overview of a selection papers on networks, households and gender. Are there spillovers from your friend’s job search? Does the language you speak matter … Continue reading
Posted in CSAE Conference, Institutions and Growth, Jobs, Finance and Skills Tagged Households, Jobs, Networks, OxCSAE2017 Comments Off on Households and networks: Will your friend’s job search get you a job? Does land title registration work?
How useful is education in Africa?
Travelling around any poor country in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) the visitor is struck by how far schools outnumber factories. The large number of schools is due partly to the success of one of the MDGs which is that primary education … Continue reading
Posted in Jobs, Finance and Skills Tagged Development, Education, Employment, Firms, Jobs, Labour 1 Comment
How to increase your GDP without anyone noticing
African GDP statistics have been in the news recently. Both Ghana and Nigeria in West Africa have seen revisions to their GDP which, in the case of Ghana, has made it a middle income country with per capita GDP, in … Continue reading
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