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Inclusive Development in sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Technological Innovations from Emerging Economies

3 September 2014

Over the last two decades the import of capital goods to sub-Saharan Africa from emerging economies, particularly China, has surpassed that from advanced countries. Using data from the textile industry in Uganda, the furniture industry in Kenya, and the agricultural sector in Tanzania, the OU's Andrew Agyei-Holmes, Richmond Atta-Ankomah and David Botchie look at whether technologies from the emerging economies are more amenable to inclusive growth and development.

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