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The African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) is a capacity building network in Africa through research, graduate training and policy outreach programmes. AERC’s mission is to strengthen local capacity for conducting independent, rigorous inquiry into the problems facing economies in...
Abstract A significantly large energy deficit and high vulnerability to climate change seriously impede sub-Saharan Africa’s path towards sustainable and inclusive growth. The extent to which the region can leverage the opportunities offered by renewable energy is an important policy question...
Abstract This paper examines the relationship between three global priorities: access to energy, good governance, and financing for development. Using the World Governance Indicators (WGI), it finds that while governance matters for raising domestic revenues, its effect on external financing...
Abstract In sub-Saharan Africa existing, reliable supplies of electricity are inadequate to meet actual demand from those connected to the grid and potential effective demand from those without grid access. If strategies for generation, transmission and distribution systems, were unchanged the...
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