Sustained economic growth for Kenya has been an elusive target. For decades it has been middle-of-the-pack within East Africa, and fallen only slightly above the continental average when measuring GDP growth.
There was much discussion about small-scale and artisanal mining at the STEPS Centre’s Resource Politics conference last month.
How Different are Innovation and KAIZEN? Innovation is Like a Lottery. KAIZEN is Invention Without Innovation.
Nic Cheeseman has just produced a book called ‘Democracy in Africa: Successes, Failures and the Struggle for Political Reform” with Cambridge University Press.
The first in a series of Land Policy Bulletins from a new DFID-supported programme – LEGEND – came out recently.
Tackling climate change is one of the most pressing challenges of our age. And this year is a crucial moment with the Conference of the Parties meeting in Parisin December 2015 hopefully to forge a new climate agreement.
A great new book is just out by Morten Jerven called Africa: Why Economists Get it Wrong.
Last January I attended the 4th annual research conference of the Institute of Policy Analysis and Research (IPAR) in Kigali, Rwanda.
On 4 February 2015, Lesotho launched the National Social Protection Strategy (NSPS).
China has done a lot for the past few years in my country. 60 year old Taxi Driver told me with full of excitement.