African Economic Research Consortium

African Economic Research Consortium

Type Research Center
Website aercafrica.org
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Year founded 1988
Location Nairobi Kenya Kenya
Tags africa africa-portal
Summary Established in 1988, the African Economic Research Consortium is a capacity building institution to inform economic policies in sub-Saharan Africa. AERC has three primary components: research, training and policy outreach. The organization integrates economic policy research, postgraduate training and policy outreach within a network of researchers, universities and policy makers in Africa and worldwide.

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African Economic Research Consortium · 17 November 2022 English

The paper focuses on the impact of climate change on the prices of all goods and services with a bias on its impact on the price of food in the …


African Economic Research Consortium · 14 November 2022 English

In addition, we adopted the conceptual base of the Canberra Group to minimize the problems that may arise from informational differences in the WIID in terms of unit of analysis, …


African Economic Research Consortium · 14 November 2022

In addition, we adopted the conceptual base of the Canberra Group to minimize the problems that may arise from informational differences in the WIID in terms of unit of analysis, …


African Economic Research Consortium · 11 November 2022 English

Indeed, two compelling questions are: (a) Is there a neighbourhood effect (i.e., a "contagion effect") in the adoption of new technologies? and (b) What is the role of the ‘neighbourhood …


African Economic Research Consortium · 10 November 2022 English

The changes stated by Hoddinott (2011) call for agricultural transformation to impact on household technology adoption in new crop and livestock varieties and production practices, and empowering women in agricultural …


African Economic Research Consortium · 9 November 2022 English

In addition to assessing the association between nutritional outcomes and land policy-induced farm sizes, this paper also scrutinizes the nutrition-sensitivity difference between land policies that aim to unlock the availability …


African Economic Research Consortium · 9 November 2022 English

Further iterations of the concept over time incorporated the dimension of food utilization into the FS concept to capture factors that influence food consumption and biological utilization of nutrients at …


African Economic Research Consortium · 4 November 2022 English

The Role of Mobile Money in International Remittances: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa By Benard Kipyegon Kirui Research Paper 518 Bringing Rigour and Evidence to Economic Policy Making in Africa AFRICAN …


African Economic Research Consortium · 1 November 2022 English

These high pollution levels lead to relatively high costs to the society and the economy, in the forms of health burden from respiratory illnesses and premature 2 Policy Brief No.cceDA-008 …


African Economic Research Consortium · 1 November 2022 English

Specifically, to: (i) analyze the changes in rainfall and climAte chANge imPAct oN meteorologicAl hAzArDs iN the VoltA riVer BAsiN, West AfricA 3 temperature under Shared Socioeconomic Pathways (SSP) scenarios …


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