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The Global Economic Crisis Hampers Human Development. How?

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  • Degol Hailu

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For developing economies the current crisis means reduced demand for their exports, a decline in capital inflows and lower income from tourism. This One Pager discusses the transmission of the crisis from changes in aggregate variables to its impact on progress towards human development. The focus is on African economies.

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  • Degol Hailu, 2009. "The Global Economic Crisis Hampers Human Development. How?," One Pager 95, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
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    1. Friedman, Jed & Schady, Norbert, 2009. "How many more infants are likely to die in Africa as a result of the global financial crisis ?," Policy Research Working Paper Series 5023, The World Bank.
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