Tag Archives: The Economist

Book Reviews: Africa. Why Economists Get It Wrong

The response to my book has been an overwhelmingly positive. I always knew it would divide opinion. Alex De Waal did perhaps provide the most encouraging and ringing support with a review titled “Liberating African Economic History from the Tyranny … Continue reading

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Statistics in Africa: Making Africa count

The Economist writes about statistics in Africa based on an interview with Morten Jerven. Read the story here.

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