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Three decades ago, it was believed that the end of the (first) Cold War would herald the “end of history” and the advent of economic globalization dominated by multinational companies, relegating governments to the sidelines. Today, we appear to be back in a political era, with governments...
Published on 05 Feb 2024
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In the current post-Covid-19 context and global economic crisis, young people, particularly in Africa, are facing increasing difficulties in training and access to employment. To address this urgent need, the ARPEJ initiative was launched in 2019 by the Agence française de développement and the...
Published in December 2022
Consulted 665 times
At the heart of the African continent, Central Africa is a diverse area that is loosely and unevenly integrated regionally and marked by contradictory dynamics and tensions which can weaken cohesion, whereas several countries in the region face common challenges. Established in Douala,...
Published in May 2021
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Given the extent of production forests, which is much larger than protected areas, sustainable logging, through timber concessions with forest management plans, can be a valuable tool for forest conservation, combining biodiversity conservation, economic production, and local development. To...
Published in May 2021
Consulted 137 times
To allow for the production of timber while preserving conservation values, forestry regulations in the Congo Basin have made Forest Management Plans (FMP) mandatory in logging concessions. This paper uses original high-resolution maps of forest-cover changes and official records on the...
Published in April 2019
Consulted 2562 times
It is now a widely recognised fact in the economic literature that the level of per capita income and the degree of sectoral concentration of economic activity evolve together over the long term. The empirical research of Imbs and Wacziarg (2003) has notably shown that production diversification...
Published in December 2012
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The current development of African education systems focuses on the perspective of universal completion of six years of schooling. This perspective, targeted by the international community for the year 2015 (Dakar declaration, Millennium Development Goals), will no doubt be reached by a number of...
Published on 31 Aug 2017
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