Berihu Assefa Gebrehiwot
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FDRE Policy Studies Institute Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Government of Ethopia
RePEc:edi:edriiet (more details at EDIRC)
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- Girum Abebe & Berihu Assefa & Mulu Gebre-eyesus & Tigabu Degu, 2018. "Identifying dynamic and constrained entrepreneurs in low income countries: evidence from Ethiopia," Working Papers 022, Ethiopian Development Research Institute.
- Berihu Assefa & Kiflu Gedefe, 2016. "An Economic Inquiry into Ethiopian Exports: Pattern, Characteristics, Dynamics and Survival," Working Papers 014, Ethiopian Development Research Institute.
- Weldesilassie, Alebel Bayrau & Gebrehiwot, Berihu Assefa & Weldeyes, Frew Bekele & G, Adiam Hagos, 2015. "Characteristics of Climate Change Risk, Vulnerability and Adaptation in Cotton and Sugarcane Producing Regions of Ethiopia," MPRA Paper 69689, University Library of Munich, Germany.
- Gebrehiwot, Berihu Assefa & Mengistu, Andualem Telaye, 2014. "What shapes Ethiopia’s foreign economic policy? The case of Ethiopia’s accession to the WTO," MPRA Paper 69684, University Library of Munich, Germany.
- Gebrehiwot, Berihu Assefa & Gebre-eyesus, Mulu & Bekele, Firew, 2014.
"Alleviating the Barriers to Domestic Investment in Addis Ababa: Underlying Causes and Proposed Solutions,"
80112, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 2014.
- Berihu Assefa & Mulu Gebre-eyesus & Firew Weldeyes, 2018. "Alleviating the Barriers to Domestic Investment in Addis Ababa: Underlying Causes and Proposed Solutions," Working Papers 022, Ethiopian Development Research Institute.
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- Girum Abebe & Berihu Assefa & Mulu Gebre-eyesus & Tigabu Degu, 2018.
"Identifying dynamic and constrained entrepreneurs in low income countries: evidence from Ethiopia,"
022, Ethiopian Development Research Institute.
- Jean-Philippe Berrou & Francois Combarnous & Thomas Eekhout & Kevin Mellet, 2020. "My mobile, my market: Mobile phone uses and economic performance in the informal sector in Dakar [Mon mobile, mon marché. Usages du téléphone mobile et performances économiques dans le secteur info," Post-Print hal-02506855, HAL.
- Jean-Philippe Berrou & Damien Girollet, 2019. "A la recherche des « gazelles » du secteur informel urbain africain. Entreprises et entrepreneurs à fort potentiel dans leur environnement socioéconomique et numérique," Working Papers hal-02507441, HAL.
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