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Publications

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How Kenya is Failing to Create Decent Jobs By Kwame Owino, Noah Wamalwa and Ivory Ndekei

The publication uses pay as you earn (PAYE) taxation data from the Kenya Revenue Authority to define and analyse middle-income earners in formal employment in Kenya.
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How alternative dispute resolution made a comeback in Nigeria’s courts By Emilia Onyema and Monalisa Odibo

Disputes handled by Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse (LMDC) are consistently resolved more quickly, cheaply and amicably than those heard in Nigeria’s congested courts.
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Mozambique’s debt crisis: Trawling for answers by Nick Branson

In anticipation of an audit of borrowing by three Mozambican companies afforded questionable sovereign guarantees, this paper examines their debts and considers how the government and its creditors might extricate themselves from the current crisis.
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Lara Taylor-Pearce on transparency and accountability in public financial management

In this interview with Sierra Leone's Auditor General, Lara Taylor-Pearce, we discussed the role of the audit office in ensuring transparency and accountability in public financial management and the associated challenges of trying to do so.
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Constitution-making in Côte d’Ivoire by Nick Branson

There has never been a meaningful attempt to consult Ivorians on the content of their constitution, let alone reach a consensus. The current process is a missed opportunity, but it should not come as a surprise.
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South Africa’s watershed elections: Awry, the Beloved Country? by Nick Branson

This Briefing Note examines the backdrop to the municipal elections that are likely to be a watershed in South Africa’s democratic development.
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L’Émission de l’obligation municipale à Dakar : Le Conte de Deux Cités par Edward Paice

PDF version La croissance des grandes villes d’Afrique est si rapide que les gouvernements centraux et municipaux s’en trouvent accablés. Il y a un manque de planification stratégique ; des lacunes dans la prestation de services de base aux résidents s’élargissent de plus en...
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Land, Law and Traditional Leadership in South Africa By Nick Branson

Land remains an emotive fault line in South Africa. This Briefing Note examines the ANC's record on land reform, outlines the winners and losers under the current dispensation, and offers a series of policy provocations.