Youtube Videos in Economics

Youtube Videos in Economics
Connecting to Global Markets

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Developing countries and emerging economies have played an ever-expanding role in world trade flows in recent decades but they still face a number of constraints in connecting to global markets. In this volume, members of the WTO’s academic network in developing countries — the WTO Chairs Programme — identify major challenges in their respective countries and how to overcome them.

Examining Women’s Early Labour Market Transitions in Sub-Saharan Africa

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film about the EfD network

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Growth, Poverty, and Inequality: Confronting the Challenges of a Better Life for all of Africa

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Prof. Jane Mariara, Director, School of Economics makes a presentation at the IAD spring 2013 symposium in honor of Erik Thorbecke,H.E. Babcock Professor Emeritus of Economics for his contribution towards African development.

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Les femmes et la transition au marché du travail en Afrique subsaharienne

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Poverty and Economic Growth: Understanding the linkages in Kenya

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Jane Kabubo-Mariara, Director, School of Economics, University of Nairobi discusses her paper 'Poverty and Economic Growth: Understanding the linkages in Kenya' during the GDN Annual Conference held at Manila, Philippines on 21st June 2013. She makes some policy recommendations for addressing poverty, while at the same time ensuring that growth is pro-poor.

seminar on economics and trade for teachers from african countries 2015

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The seminar was an economic and business colloquium for African countries covering: An introduction of Chinese culture; Trade and friction of WTO; Foreign exchange control in China; Investment in China; How to carry out business activities in China; Chinese foreign affairs and foreign aid; the present situation and prospects of trade between China and Africa and an introduction of development of foreign business in Hebei

seminar on economics and trade for teachers from african countries 2015

Description:

The seminar was an economic and business colloquium for African countries covering: An introduction of Chinese culture; Trade and friction of WTO; Foreign exchange control in China; Investment in China; How to carry out business activities in China; Chinese foreign affairs and foreign aid; the present situation and prospects of trade between China and Africa and an introduction of development of foreign business in Hebei

seminar on economics and trade for teachers from african countries 2015

Description:

The seminar was an economic and business colloquium for African countries covering: An introduction of Chinese culture; Trade and friction of WTO; Foreign exchange control in China; Investment in China; How to carry out business activities in China; Chinese foreign affairs and foreign aid; the present situation and prospects of trade between China and Africa and an introduction of development of foreign business in Hebei

seminar on economics and trade for teachers from african countries 2015

Description:

The seminar was an economic and business colloquium for African countries covering: An introduction of Chinese culture; Trade and friction of WTO; Foreign exchange control in China; Investment in China; How to carry out business activities in China; Chinese foreign affairs and foreign aid; the present situation and prospects of trade between China and Africa and an introduction of development of foreign business in Hebei

seminar on economics and trade for teachers from african countries 2015

Description:

The seminar was an economic and business colloquium for African countries covering: An introduction of Chinese culture; Trade and friction of WTO; Foreign exchange control in China; Investment in China; How to carry out business activities in China; Chinese foreign affairs and foreign aid; the present situation and prospects of trade between China and Africa and an introduction of development of foreign business in Hebei

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