Studies

1. Foreign Aid and the Weakening of Democratic Accountability in Uganda
by Andrew Mwenda
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2. South Africa's War against Malaria: Lessons for the Developing World
by Richard Tren and Roger Bate
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3. Underdevelopment in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of the Private Sector and Political Elites
by Moeletsi Mbeki
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4. Trade Liberalization and Poverty Reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa
by Marian L. Tupy
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5. Zimbabwe's Economy Cannot Recover Without Drastic Monetary Reform
by Steve Hanke
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6. Zimbabwean think tank leader, Rejoice Ngwenya discusses land rights in Zimbabwe. Please see a power point presentation here
by Rejoice Ngwenya

7. Health as a human right: the wrong prescription by Jacob Mchangama
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