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This paper examines how the EU’s current engagement on migration in Africa is impacting on African ambitions to establish free movement regimes. It focuses first on the continental level, and then looks at two regional economic communities: IGAD in the Horn of Africa and ECOWAS in West Africa.
Kaplan, Lennart C. / Jana Kuhnt / Katharina Richert / Sebastian Vollmer (2019)
Discussion Paper, 10/2019
Which factors determine the uptake of development interventions? Based on the psychological Theory of Planned Behaviour, this paper identifies personal attitudes, subjective norms, the perceived ease of performing the behaviour and the implementers' identity as crucial determinants.
Why do people leave their homes? This seemingly easy question requires a more complex answer. This structured overview of migration determinants discusses their importance for different forms of migration and subsequently helps to identify gaps for further research.
Despite the continued high-level commitment to French-German cooperation in development, bilateral cooperation so far remains rather opportunity- than strategy-driven. This Discussion Paper seeks to analyse the main obstacles and how these play out in practice.
Leininger, Julia / Anna Lührmann / Rachel Sigman (2019)
Discussion Paper, 7/2019
This paper explores whether different types, levels and changes in distributional inequalities (Sustainable Development Goal 10) contribute to the erosion of democratic institutions, thereby making governance less inclusive (SDG 16). It provides recommendations for integrated SDG implementation.
Gonsior, Victoria / Stephan Klingebiel (2019)
Discussion Paper, 6/2019
This paper presents and discusses the changes within the development policy system over the past decade along three dimensions: narratives, concepts and theories; strategies and institutional set-up and instruments, modalities, tools and activities.
This paper in Arabic language identifies promising export sectors for Egypt and Tunisia using a variant of the Product Space approach. Results indicate sectors as close as possible to the countries’ current level of productive capabilities with some degree of complexity and ability for average-quality job retention.
Sidiropoulos, Elizabeth (2019)
Discussion Paper, 4/2019
Elizabeth Sidiropoulos explores South Africa’s engagement in global development structures and processes such as the United Nations, the OECD-DAC, and in club governance, as well as its contribution to the evolution of African agency on the issues of global development.
Are mobile phones and the internet generating employment in Sub Saharan Africa? Policy makers tend to bet on it, whereas critical social scientists are more sceptical. This study reviews the available empirical evidence. In short: ICTs create jobs in Africa.
Burchi, Francesco / Daniele Malerba / Nicole Rippin / Claudio E. Montenegro (2019)
Discussion Paper, 2/2019
To what extent did poverty fall? Is poverty higher among women? The Discussion Paper finds that the decline in income poverty is twice as large as that in multidimensional poverty. Gender differences in poverty levels are minimal, while there is a minimal sign of the feminization of poverty.