The dismal economy the current issues of Economic Reform and Development in Ethiopia

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Publisher
Ethiopian Economics Association (EEA)
Author
Eshetu Chole

Abstract:
Written prior to the devaluation of the Birr and related adjustment measures, this paper is concerned with issues of economic reform in Ethiopia. The first section reviews the country’s economic and social crisis. The second considers the prospects for economic reform and recovery by focusing on the political environment, the relative roles of the state and private sectors; the link between economic reform and growth (with special attention to structural adjustment in general and exchange rte adjustment in particular) and the social dimensions of economic reform. It concludes by arguing that the most significant determinant of the prospects for economic reform and growth is the political environment

Corporate Author:Ethiopian Economic Association/Ethiopian Economic Policy Research Institute (EEA/EEPRI)
Publisher:Ethiopian Economic Association (EEA)
Primary Descriptors:Economic conditions

Secondary Descriptor:
Geographic Descriptors:Ethiopia
Cataloge Date:03/02/2013
Broad Subject heading:Economic policy
Call Number:330.05 ETH JOU
Serial Key Title:Ethiopian Journal of Economics
Publication catagory:Ethiopian Journal of Economics
Content type:EEA Publication
Volume:II
Year:April, 1993
Publication date:1993-03-02 00:00:00
Forum or Discussion date:2013-03-02 00:00:00
PDF file: Eshetu Chole_The dismal economy the current issues of Economic Reform and Development in Ethiopia.pdf
Number:1
Place of publication:Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Type of material:Serial (Journal)
Current frequency:Semiannual
Author: Eshetu Chole

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