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Dynamic sectoral linkages in the Ethiopian economy

Kassahun Tadesse.

Dynamic sectoral linkages in the Ethiopian economy

a preliminary assessment

by Kassahun Tadesse.

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Published by Ethiopian Economic Policy Research Institute in Addis Ababa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementKassahun Tadesse.
SeriesWorking paper -- no. 3/06
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 20 p. :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16901723M
LC Control Number2008349491

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Sector wise, agriculture which is the main stay of the economy grew by percent while industry and services expanded by and percent, respectively revealing the fact that the economic growth in Ethiopia has turned to become broad based [8,9].   Assessing sectoral linkages in the Zambian economy. Share this blog post. The Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) has since , endeavoured to minimise the country’s dependence on copper mining through a melange of policies and incentives in the agricultural, industrial and services sectors in its six previous national development.

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Dynamic sectoral linkages in the Ethiopian economy by Kassahun Tadesse. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Investigation of structural relationships among the sectors becomes important from the policy angle. A clear perspective on the intersectoral linkage could be useful in formulating a favorable and appropriate development strategy.

This study analyzed the intersectoral linkages in Ethiopian economy using a time series data ranging from to Author: Adisu Abebaw Degu. dynamic linkages between agriculture, industry (manufacturing) and services in the Ethiopian economy.

An attempt is also made to test the causality among the sectoral GDPs of the major sectors of the economy. The methodology adopted in the study is the Johansen cointgration analysis. Accordingly, we have found that there is a long run. Overall, this is a book that must be read before anyone can claim to have an understanding of the Ethiopian economy.

Even more, it provides a guide to the political economy of Author: Alemayehu Geda. Downloadable. This paper investigates the dynamic causal linkage between bank-based financial development and economic growth in Ethiopia during the period from to The study includes savings and investment as intermittent variables in an attempt to address the omission of variable bias.

thereby creating a multivariate Granger-causality : Sheilla Nyasha, Yvonne Gwenhure, Nicholas M Odhiambo. Ethiopian leather, for instance, is capturing the fashion industry with the production of high-end shoes. In terms of investments in the sector, joint ventures accounted for 3% of it, foreign direct investment (FDI) 45% and local investment 52%.

Ethiopian Airlines, he went on, is the pride of the African continent. This calls for a shift toward a more export-led model, the report notes, where the private sector can play a greater role in economic growth, export diversification and employment.

The economic update also examines services in Ethiopia’s economy, including the role of exports as tradable activities and intermediate inputs to manufacturing. thriving and dynamic economy. But, with services and agricultural sectors contributing almost 90 percent of GDP the GTP has not been able to accelerate structural transformation.

At the same time, the share of the manufacturing sector in GDP remained just above 4 percent of GDP for most of the past decade. Furthermore, Ethiopia has not. Whitepapers, E-Books, etc. More Information KPIs for more t online stores World Bank, Ethiopia: Share of economic sectors in the gross domestic product (GDP) from.

Ethiopia aspires to attain structural change as a way forward to sustain its successive and rapid economic growth, but achieving it seems to be a complex.

as sectoral linkages are established between resource areas and market centers in agriculture and manufacturing industries. Linkages occur in the production function relationship as the two spatial units interact in forward and backward production relationship – backward linkages occur.

From a war-torn and famine-plagued country at the beginning of the s, Ethiopia is today emerging as one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa.

Growth in Ethiopia has surpassed that of every other sub-Saharan country over the past decade and is forecast by the International Monetary Fund to exceed 8 percent over the next two years.

The Ethiopian economy is among the fastest growing on the continent. Table 1 highlights the country's key macroeconomic indicators since The table shows that the economy has recorded a double digit real GDP growth rate since (with the exception of as a result of the global financial crisis).

The volume provides detailed insights into the institutional configuration and political dynamics underlying industrial policy success and failures by an insider closely tied to the center of power in Ethiopia. The book is essential reading for policy makers, academics and students of the political economy of Ethiopian economic policy."Reviews: economic growth and the banking sector d ynamics in Ethiopia.

The third section reviews the finance-growth causality literature, while the fourth section covers the estimation techniques.

Migration, Urban-Rural Linkages and Poverty in Ethiopia Abstract: The paper argues that rural-urban migration is one of the livelihood strategies pursued by both rural and urban households to reduce the impact of poverty and improve quality of life and well-being in Ethiopia.

across sectors and across rural-urban space, together with land policies and various regulations on labor mobility, will be major determinants of the growth path of Ethiopia‘s economy and the extent of poverty reduction in the coming decade.

Key Words: Rural-urban transformation, economic development, infrastructure, poverty. Sector in Ethiopia. 36 Lessons from Challenges to the Manufacturing Sector Dynamic contribution of sectors to GDP.

17 Figure 9: Dynamic contribution of subsectors of the embarking on transforming its economy via the industrial sector particularly in the light manufacturing sub sector.

3 Executive Summary Our study looks at the dynamic relationship between entrepreneurship, unemployment, and growth across 10 sectors of the U.S. using quarterly data for the period The models   The spill-over effects and externalities generated by the interactions and linkages between the different sectors attest to the dynamic nature of the economy.

Also, the economic role of the agricultural sector is a one-way path as the flow of capital is mainly towards the industrial, oil and gas and the tertiary services sectors. Since the s, Ethiopia has emerged as one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa.

Nevertheless, Ethiopia’s manufacturing sector is still far from being an engine of growth and structural change. The manufacturing sector plays a marginal role in employment generation, exports, output, and inter-sectoral linkages. The intersectoral linkages which drive the growth multipliers result primarily from the specification of the output equations.

Specification of direct linkages across sectoral outputs followed from both the characteristics of production and consumption in Ethiopia and the statistical credibility of the individual output equations.view page This resource appears in: Money management, Rural Financial Services: General, Financial sector linkages, Country studies, Africa A number of studies have examined the direct impacts of cash crop production on producer households.

This is the first to quantify the general equilibrium impacts of introducing a new cash crop into a poor isolated economy, including .Eyerusalem Damte was born in Harari State and raised in Addis Ababa.

She has been serving in the Education sector for more than a decade in teaching as well as a school Principal.