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AMI AFRICA JOURNAL is an e-journal aiming to publish current and relevant articles on African development and related topics. Specifically, the journal aims:

– To provide a forum to diseminate practical and innovative ideas for people in academic, business, government , non-governmental, and multilateral organizations who are engaged or interested in economic and social development programs in Africa.

– To discuss best practices and development strategies that are conducive to the specific needs of African countries.

AMI AFRICA JOURNAL – MAY, 2012  CLICK HERE

BOOK REVIEW – David Fick – Africa Continent of Economic Opportunity CLICK HERE

The Changing Structure of the Nigerian Economy CLICK HERE

Selected United Nations Publications on Africa CLICK HERE

Closing South Africa’s High-Skilled Worker Gap CLICK HERE

The Banking System in Africa CLICK HERE

The Challenge of Job Creation in Nigeria CLICK HERE

The Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations CLICK HERE

Frontier Markets in Africa CLICK HERE

Investing in People CLICK HERE

AFDB and Nigeria CLICK HERE

Resource Windfalls and Standard of Living in Africa CLICK HERE

Strengthening the West African Economic and Monetary Union CLICK HERE

AMI AFRICA JOURNAL VOL 2

 DOWNLOAD AMI AFRICA eJOURNAL SECOND EDITION CLICK HERE

This second edition of AMI Africa eJournal provides perspectives on a wide range of selective business and economic publications by the staff of IMF, AfDB and World Bank. The articles are offered as a public service to policy makers in the public and private sectors as well as interested individuals that are involved in the business and economic development of Sub-Saharan African countries.

AMI believes that the articles can help companies and policymakers in the region engaged in assessing, evaluating and implementing more efficient business operations and/or economic policies. The opinions expressed in the articles are reproduced in their original format and not authorized by the respective multilateral organizations, but are publicly available.

ARTICLES

  • Closing South Africa’s High-Skilled Worker Gap: Higher Education Challenges and Pathways.
  • The Banking System in Africa: Main Facts and Challenges
  • The Challenges of Job Creation in Nigeria
  • Agricultural Growth in West Africa
  • Frontier Markets in Africa-Misconceptions in a Sea of Opportunities
  • Investing in People: Sustaining Communities Through Improved Business Practice
  • Leveraging Partnerships for Economic Transformation and Inclusive Growth.
  • Do resources Windfalls Improve the Standard of Living in Sub-Saharan Africa Countries? Evidence from a Panel of Countries
  • Strengthening the West Africa Economic and Monetary Union: The Role of Fiscal and Market Institutions in Economic Stabilization
  • Sub-Saharan Africa Economic Outlook

DOWNLOAD AMI AFRICA eJOURNAL SECOND EDITION CLICK HERE

For more Info contact:

INNOCENT ABIAKA, PhD (Editor)

AMI Consultants  

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