CSAE-UNIDO Working Papers

The CSAE-UNIDO Working Papers have been prepared as part of the strategic research partnership between the Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE), University of Oxford, and UNIDO. The papers have been produced by the UNIDO Research Fellow at CSAE in co-authorship with staff at the Centre. The partnership between CSAE and UNIDO was established in the fall of 1999 and consists of four components: research, country surveys, seminars and training.

No. 22: Productivity, Exports and Firm Dynamics in Kenya 1999-2002

No. 21: Unobserved Heterogeneity and the Relation between Earnings and Firm Size: Evidence from Two Developing Countries

No. 20: Wages and Labor Management in African Manufacturing

No. 19: Survival and Success among African Manufacturing Firms

No. 18: The Dynamics of Returns to Education in Kenyan and Tanzanian Manufacturing

No. 17: Openness and Human Capital as Sources of Productivity Growth: An Empirical Investigation

No. 16: The Tanzanian Manufacturing Enterprise Survey 2002

No. 15: The Ghanaian Manufacturing Enterprise Survey 2000

No. 14: Size and Efficiency in African Manufacturing Firms: Evidence from Firm-Level Panel Data

No. 13: How Can Policy towards Manufacturing in Africa Reduce Poverty? A Review of the Current Evidence from Cross-Country Firm Studies

No. 12: Does Firm Size Really Affect Earnings?

No. 11: Do African Manufacturing Firms Learn from Exporting?

No. 10: Credit Constraints in Manufacturing Enterprises in Africa

No. 9: Are Manufacturing Exports the Key to Economic Success in Africa?

No. 8: The Performance of Nigerian Manufacturing Firms: Report on the Nigerian Manufacturing Enterprise Survey 2001

No. 7: Constraints and Opportunities in Kenyan Manufacturing: Report on the Kenyan Manufacturing Enterprise Survey 2000

No. 6: Are African Manufacturing Firms Really Inefficient? Evidence from Firm-Level Panel Data

No. 5: Firm Size and Human Capital as Determinants of Productivity and Earnings

No. 4: Can African Manufacturing Firms Become Successful Exporters?

No. 3: Managerial Risk Attitudes and Firm Performance in Ghanaian Manufacturing: An Empirical Analysis Based on Experimental Data

No. 2: What Drives Manufacturing Exports in Africa? Evidence from Ghana, Kenya and Zimbabwe

No. 1: Skills, Investment and Exports from Manufacturing Firms in Africa

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