Blogs and Websites
The new paradigm in communications drives us to pay attention to content published in blogs and websites. They provide important information to understand African markets from a broader perspective. Below you will find a list of interesting information found on the Internet.
The Jobs Knowledge Platform (JKP) aims to share insights and build synergies across different approaches, sectors, and disciplines. It creates a community to exchange challenges and solutions and informs important policy debates.
Useful links to internet sources of information on labor market and related issues. It also has links to policy and research institutions that work on labor market issues, and labor ministries of World Bank client countries and others.
Enterprise Surveys provide the world's most comprehensive company-level data in emerging markets and developing economies. Business data are available on 130,000 firms in 135 countries.
Tax Justice Network: Why tax havens cause poverty
The Tax Justice Network (TJN) is an international, non-aligned coalition of researchers and activists with a shared concern about the harmful impacts of tax avoidance, tax competition and tax havens.
Il ne fait plus de doute aujourd’hui que le développement de l’Afrique passera par le dynamisme du secteur privé seul capable de produire de la richesse, de créer des emplois et de payer les impôts que les Etats pourront investir dans les secteurs sociaux et lutter ainsi efficacement contre la pauvreté.
This blog is supported by the staff of the African Development Bank. It contains news and analysis of the African market.
BBC Africa: African Dream
This is the African News and Current Affairs page from the BBC World Service. Team members will be blogging about things that catch their eye and discussing the African stories that have got people talking.
Most, if not all of what we think and know about Sub-Saharan Africa, is wrong. The region is best studied through documentation and analysis of the normal, the moral and the effective. In short, embrace what works in Africa.