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  • Journal

    Acemoglu, D. and Robinson, J. A.


    2010 - Economic History of Developing Regions

    In-text: (Acemoglu and Robinson 21-50)

    Your Bibliography: Acemoglu, Daron, and James A. Robinson. "WHY IS AFRICA POOR?." Economic History of Developing Regions 25.1 (2010): 21-50. Web.

  • Journal

    Birdsall, N.

    Do No Harm: Aid, Weak Institutions and the Missing Middle in Africa

    2007 - Development Policy Review

    In-text: (Birdsall 575-598)

    Your Bibliography: Birdsall, Nancy. "Do No Harm: Aid, Weak Institutions And The Missing Middle In Africa." Development Policy Review 25.5 (2007): 575-598. Web.

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    Hayat, R. and Kalf, J.

    Sub-Saharan Africa: struggling, but still growing


    In-text: (Hayat and Kalf)

    Your Bibliography: Hayat, Rahphie, and Jurriaan Kalf. "Sub-Saharan Africa: Struggling, But Still Growing." RaboResearch - Economic Research. N.p., 2015. Web. 13 Jan. 2020.

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    Hyat, R. and Dumitru, A.

    Sub-Saharan Africa: politically more stable, but still fragile


    In-text: (Hyat and Dumitru)

    Your Bibliography: Hyat, Raphie, and Alexandra Dumitru. "Sub-Saharan Africa: Politically More Stable, But Still Fragile." RaboResearch - Economic Research. N.p., 2015. Web. 13 Jan. 2020.

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    Naudé, W. A.

    The effects of policy, institutions and geography on economic growth in Africa: an econometric study based on cross-section and panel data

    2004 - Journal of International Development

    In-text: (Naudé 821-849)

    Your Bibliography: Naudé, W. A. "The Effects Of Policy, Institutions And Geography On Economic Growth In Africa: An Econometric Study Based On Cross-Section And Panel Data." Journal of International Development 16.6 (2004): 821-849. Web.

  • Journal

    ROSTOW, W. W.


    1959 - The Economic History Review

    In-text: (ROSTOW 1-16)

    Your Bibliography: ROSTOW, W. W. "THE STAGES OF ECONOMIC GROWTH." The Economic History Review 12.1 (1959): 1-16. Web.

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