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      Policy Briefs

      The policy brief is a document which outlines the rationale for choosing a particular policy alternative or course of action in a current policy debate

      Rethinking the Proposed Restructuring of the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice

      In a bid to restructure the Commission of the Economic Community of West African States, with a view of ensuring efficiency; several recommendations have been made, including inter alia the need for the reduction of the number of statutory appointed positions across all institutions of the Commission.

      One of the institutions affected by this proposed reduction is the ECCJ. It is proposed that the total number of judges at the Court be reduced from the current seven (7), to five (5) judges.

      This proposal – which will have the impact of essentially “dismantling the community court”8 – cannot be justified because:

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      Date:
      13 February 2018








      Repenser la restructuration de la Cour de Justice de la CEDEAO

      Dans le cadre de la restructuration de la Commission de la Communauté Economique des Etats de l'Afrique de l'Ouest, en vue d'en assurer l’efficacité ; plusieurs recommandations ont été formulées, dont, entre autres, la nécessité de réduire le nombre de postes statutaires dans toutes les Institutions de la Commission.

      L'une des Institutions concernées par cette proposition de réduction est la CJC. Il est prévu que le nombre total de juges à la Cour soit réduit de sept (7) à cinq (5).

      Cette proposition – qui aura essentiellement pour effet « le démantèlement de la Cour communautaire » – ne peut être justifiée, pour les raisons suivantes :

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      137.13 kB
      Date:
      13 February 2018








      Crédit bancaire et performance des petites et moyennes entreprises tchadiennes à l’ère pétrolière

      L'objectif de ce policy brief est d'informer les entreprises,?les banques et l'état sur l'influence du crédit bancaire sur la?performance des entreprises tchadiennes à l'ère pétrolière.?Spécifiquement, il montre que le crédit bancaire est un levier?de la performance économique (chiffre d'affaires) et sociale?(effectif des employés) des entreprises tchadiennes.

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      230.11 kB
      Date:
      31 October 2013








      Une analyse de la compétitivité de l’industrie camerounaise : Le cas du secteur agroalimentaire

      La présente recherche a pour objectif d'analyser la?compétitivité de l'industrie agroalimentaire au Cameroun.?Au niveau sectoriel, l'évolution du commerce des produits?alimentaires et de la valeur ajoutée est examinée, tandis?qu'au niveau de l'entreprise, un modèle économétrique de la?productivité du travail est évalué par type d'entreprise (très?petite et petites entreprises – TPPE –, moyennes entreprises?– ME – et grandes entreprises – GE). Les résultats?indiquent un avantage comparatif limité se traduisant par la?position d'importateur net et une orientation du commerce?vers l'interbranche du ?Cameroun.

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      971.38 kB
      Date:
      30 October 2013
      Author:
      Jules René Minkoua Nzié








      Facteurs explicatifs de l’entrepreneuriat féminin en Afrique subsaharienne : Cameroun et Kenya

      Dans les deux pays étudiés, les résultats issus des analyses?des données collectées auprès d'entrepreneurs et des?porteurs des projets de création d'entreprises et des?analyses des entretiens approfondis ?avec les responsables?de mise en ?uvre des politiques et programmes concernant?l'entrepreneuriat et les femmes entrepreneures confortent?l'idée selon laquelle les obstacles à l'entrepreneuriat féminin?résident au niveau contextuel plus qu'au niveau individuel.

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      284.50 kB
      Date:
      30 October 2013
      Author:
      RWENGE MBURANO, NJERI KINYANJUI, MAINA Lucy








      L’impact de la ? qualité ? de la gouvernance sur la rentabilité durable des entreprises familiales dans le contexte d’un pays en développement : le cas du Cameroun

      Nous tentons de cerner les déterminants de la ? qualité ? de?la gouvernance d'entreprise et d'investiguer empiriquement?le lien entre la rentabilité durable de 120 entreprises?familiales camerounaises et ?trois indicateurs (la taille de?l'équipe dirigeante, la concentration de la propriété et l'age?du dirigeant). Pour atteindre notre objectif, nous?avons apprécié la ? qualité ? de la gouvernance par un?score ?d'efficience basé sur la méthode d'analyse de?l'enveloppement des données (AED). Les résultats montrent?que l'amélioration de la qualité de la gouvernance et partant,?de la rentabilité serait tributaire de ?la taille de l'équipe?dirigeante et de la concentration du capital.

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      816.92 kB
      Date:
      30 October 2013
      Author:
      Ndongo Obama Jean








      Factors Affecting the Internationalisation of Manufacturing SMEs in Zimbabwe

      This policy brief presents evidence that SME internationalisation is at very low level in Zimbabwe. It identifies the major factors that are inhibitors of SME internationalisation in the manufacturing sector,? including negative attitudes by SME owner/managers, lack of international market knowledge, risk perception by owner/ managers, inadequate financial resources, poor networks and unfavourable? regulation. Furthermore, it outlines the actions the government and industry associations need to take to improve the performance of manufacturing SMEs through internationalisation. It is recommended? that government should work closely with SME associations to better understand their resource needs.

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      472.48 kB
      Date:
      26 September 2013
      Author:
      Mupemhi Shepherd, Richard Duve and Ronicah Mupemhi








      Funding Youth Entrepreneurship in SMEs: A Panacea for Youth Unemployment in Niger-Delta , Nigeria

      The objective of this study was to identify profitable and viable small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which could form a basis for a youth economic empowerment programme in the crisis-torn Niger? Delta Region. Data analysed formed a basis for identifying profitable enterprises, and preparing financial proposals. The proposals can be used to source funds, which would enable youth to either work with? the identified SMEs or expand existing ones.

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      1.18 MB
      Date:
      26 September 2013
      Author:
      Prof. A. C. Nwosu, Rev. Prof., O. O. Ukoha and Dr. O. R. Iheke








      National Investment Policy for Aquaculture Parks in Uganda

      According to the National Development Plan (NDP), fish farming in Uganda presents immense opportunities for socio-economic development, in terms of livelihood, income, and employment. The need? for the National Investment Policy for Aquaculture Parks in Uganda arose out of public demand for guidance on the investment in commercial scale aquaculture. Stakeholders in aquaculture demanded public guidance and support for implementation of the Aquaculture Parks Concept that is prioritized in Development Strategy and Investment Plan (DSIP) within the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and? Fisheries (MAAIF).

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      879.30 kB
      Date:
      26 September 2013
      Author:
      Michael Mugabira








      Constraints and Opportunities for Small and Medium- Sized Enterprises in Uganda’s Oil and Gas Sector

      Although Uganda has undertaken several strategic interventions since the oil discovery in 2006, specific interventions that promote local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to invest in the oil and gas value chain remain a challenge. In particular, a gap exists on available opportunities for SMEs to participate in the value chain, including potential business linkages and partnerships. In addition, there are? constraints that deter their competitive advantage. It is important to identify these constraints and convert them into opportunities to realise both the local content and the national oil and gas policy objectives.

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      516.89 kB
      Date:
      26 September 2013
      Author:
      Rebecca Nalumu Wamono, Prosie Kikabi, and Johnny Mugisha








      Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Growth and Innovation in Kenya: A Case of the Women Enterprise Fund

      This policy brief outlines growth and innovation options available to the Government of Kenya with regard to womenowned enterprises. More specifically, it presents options on the efficiency and? sustainability of the Women Enterprise Fund (WEF), a government initiative aimed at promoting enterprise development among women. This policy brief also accompanies a report analysing expert? interviews, surveys with the managers and beneficiaries of WEF, and secondary evidence.

      File Size:
      429.24 kB
      Date:
      26 September 2013
      Author:
      Ruth N. Kiraka, Margaret Kobia and Allan M. Katwalo








      Factors Influencing Risk Management Decisions of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in Ghana

      Despite the dynamic role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Ghana's development, managers of these enterprises face several risks in their businesses. The occurrence of these risks may have? a disastrous effect on the entrepreneurs' toiled effort for business success, if not managed.

      File Size:
      778.88 kB
      Date:
      06 September 2013
      Author:
      Anselm Komla Abotsi








      Impact of Investment Climate Reforms on Growth and Development of SMES: Comparisons from South Africa, Nigeria and Cameroon

      Drawing from World Bank Investment Climate surveys, the main objective of Investment Climate Assessment (ICA) studies is to develop a better understanding of the constraints to investment and? sustained productivity growth in a given country.

      File Size:
      600.56 kB
      Date:
      06 September 2013
      Author:
      Samuel Fongwa and Gabila Nubong Fohtung








      The Effects of Investment Climate on Manufacturing Firms’ Growth in Uganda

      This study investigated the effects of investment climate on manufacturing firms' growth in Uganda using pseudo panel data. The low and stagnant level of manufacturing in the Gross Domestic Product? within most African countries has been widely recognized to be an important policy problem.

      File Size:
      249.24 kB
      Date:
      06 August 2013
      Author:
      Niringiye Aggrey and Moses Ogwal








      The Impact of Microfinance Service Delivery on the Growth of SMEs in Uganda

      This policy brief examines the impact of microfinance service delivery on the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Eastern Uganda. The objectives of the study were as follows:? Establish whether MFIs service delivery lead to growth of business capital and stock accumulation; determine the affect of growth of employment of the business; influence of socioeconomic characteristics on the? growth of SMEs; and realize the constraining factors to accessing Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) services by SMEs.

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      249.16 kB
      Date:
      06 August 2013
      Author:
      Nahamya K. Wilfred Ajanga Max Omeke, Michael Tumwine Norman Nasinyama Moses Makoha








      Women Entrepreneurship in Fresh Fruit and Vegetables (WEFFV) Project

      The production and marketing of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables (FFV) has become an important economic activity for women in Zimbabwe for their livelihoods, income earning and food security. This brief? discusses the factors that affect women’s competitiveness in the FFV sector.

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      226.62 kB
      Date:
      06 August 2013
      Author:
      Prosper B. Matondi








      Promoting Alternative Finance for SMEs in Uganda

      This policy brief outlines policy actions the Government of Uganda, and other stakeholders, can take to help mitigate the perennial problem of limited access to finance by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). It also outlines policy actions necessary to improve the SMEs' ability to forge effective business linkages with large FDI firms.

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      483.35 kB
      Date:
      06 August 2013
      Author:
      Geoffrey Bakunda PhD, George Walusimbi-Mpanga, Yvonne Munaabi, Ronald Kawule Jooga and Faith Kugonza








      Agricultural Productivity, Climate Change and the Entrepreneurship of Smallholder Farmers: Case of the Central and Western Regions of Liberia

      Liberia was making frantic efforts towards achieving food security through improvements in smallholder farmers' productivity. However, the 1989-2003 civil conflict destroyed the economic life of the? country, and reversed the positive trend towards food security. This situation undermined the growth of smallholder farmers' entrepreneurship.

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      832.66 kB
      Date:
      06 August 2013
      Author:
      Alfred K Tarway-Twalla








      Integrating SMEs in the Devolved Government System; Policy Options for Institutional and Regulatory Framework in Kenya

      Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are an important sub-sector for the Kenyan economy. It employs about 85 percent of the Kenyan workforce (about 7.5 million Kenyans of the country's total employment). The current constitution? provides a new window of opportunity to address SME-related issues through regulatory and institutional framework under the devolved government system, as well as the new SME Act.

      File Size:
      379.90 kB
      Date:
      06 August 2013
      Author:
      David Ong’olo and Samson Awino








      Economic Participation of Businesswomen in Sudan: Progress, Problems and Prospects

      Much of the interest in women’s entrepreneurship worldwide has been fuelled by the potential role they can play in economic development (Chamlou and Yared, 2005, Fielden and Davidson 2005). This? research investigates the possible problems businesswomen still face in Sudan, notwithstanding the government’s policies to promote businesswomen.

      File Size:
      786.60 kB
      Date:
      06 August 2013
      Author:
      ElKhider Ali Musa








       
       
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