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The Economies Of Africa And The Prices Of Their Exports," Princeton Studies in International Economics 68, International Economics Section, Departement of Economics Princeton University,. Handle: RePEc:fth:prinfi:68. A Dynamic Theory of Primary Export Taxation: Evidence From Sub-Saharan Africa," Discussion Papers Series, Department of Economics, Tufts University 9812, Department of Economics, Tufts University. Sabuhoro, Jean Bosco & Larue, Bruno, 1997. The market efficiency hypothesis: The case of coffee and cocoa futures," Agricultural Economics, Blackwell, vol. 16(3), pages 171-184, August.
Princeton Studies in International Finance, No. 68, October. Focusing on the export performance of these countries during the period from 1988 through 2012, we examine stability of export earnings as well as exports’ risk-return profile. Department of Economics, Princeton University, New Jersey. edu/~ies/IES Studies/S68. The single index model from the modern portfolio theory is used for empirical examination. The results indicate that these countries exhibit a corresponding performance divide for export-earnings.
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The Economies of Africa and the Prices of Their Exports. Beata Smarzynska Javorcik. Our analysis relates unit values of exports at the four-digit SITC level to data on sectors treated by investment promotion agencies as a priority in their efforts to attract FDI. The sample covers 105 countries from 1984 to 2000.
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Gersovitz, Mark and Paxson, Christina (1990), The Economies of Africa and the Prices of Their Exports. Princeton Studies in International Finance 68. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University, Department of Economics, International Finance Section. Ghura, Dhaneshwar and Hadjimichael, Michael T. (1996), Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa, IMF Staff Papers 43, September: 605–34. Guillaumont, Patrick, y, Sylviane, and Brun, Jean-François (1999), How Instability Lowers African Growth, Journal of African Economies 8(1), 87–107.
The reform of prices, whether agricultural prices, consumer taxes, subsidies, or tariffs, has consequences for individual welfare and for government revenues, and these can be investigated empirically with household survey data. The 2005 round of the International Comparison Program left unresolved the question of within-country differences in price levels, something that is plausibly important in large poor countries.
Category: Business & Money
Publisher: Princeton Univ Intl Economics (October 1, 1990)
Pages: 90 pages