Can Ethiopia’s Planned Economy Stand the Test of Time?

By Ibrahim B. Anoba Earlier this year, the World Bank reported that Ethiopia would be the most expansive economy in Africa for the year 2017.  This forecast is because of its steady economic growth average of 10.8 percent since 2005 – one of the highest in the world. But despite its commendable progress, a high …

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Can a Free-Market Solution Solve Malawi’s Poverty Crisis?

by Ibrahim B. Anoba The International Labour Organization (ILO) recently reported that over 12 million Malawians could become poor by 2030 if poverty reduction rates remain the same. This is despite Malawi’s slight improvement in GDP per capita since 2004, and the implementation of numerous measures to counter poverty, including increased government spendings on infrastructure …

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