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When - 01/12/2020
Ambassador Johnnie Carson delivers the Royal African Society’s 2020 Annual Lecture. Ambassador Carson is one of America’s most distinguished diplomats, devoting the b...
Photo Credit: Rodrigo Amorim Carmen Reinhart, the chief economist at the World Bank, feels that emerging market and developing economies (EMDEs) should step up their borrowing in the battle against the Covid-19 virus. “First you worry about fighting t...
The pre-colonial African economy was not poor. Not in the terms we measure it now, in GDP per capita, or in health and wealth. It was much the same as most other parts of the world before the coming of the industrial revolution: most people farmed, a few peopl...
In lieu of the publishers fair that usually takes place at the ASAUK Bienniel Conference, we welcome you to a virtual publishers exhibit. As a member, you can explore the latest titles and access exclusive discounts. Some of the publishers have created dedicat...
Image Credit: African Market, Francisco Anzola In 2020 Africa faces its first recession in 25 years. Among the indicators pointing in this direction are remittances, which we touched upon last month although the early signs are better than widely feared...