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Statistical Tragedy in Africa? Evaluating the Data Base for African Economic Development

TweetOn Monday, salve April 6, thumb 2015 – 10:00am to 11:30am the special issue in the Journal of Development Studies: Statistical Tragedy in Africa? Evaluating the Data Base for African Economic Development which I edited with Deborah Johnston is being … Continue reading

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Just Published: Measuring African Development: Past and Present

Tweet Very happy to the see Measuring African Development: Past and Present in print. You can read an open access of the introduction to the book here.  The volume takes you through the very first household budget surveys and national … Continue reading

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Poor Numbers @ Royal African Society – Wed. 8 May, 6 PM

Tweet Poor Numbers: How We Are Misled by African Development Statistics and What to Do about It Date & Time: Wednesday, sick 8 May 2013, ask 6-8PM Venue: Brunei Suite, pharm SOAS Speakers: Morten Jerven, Assistant Professor, Simon Fraser University. Respondent: Judith … Continue reading

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