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Abstract We study the effects of domestic trade liberalisation on labour markets in Botswana. South Africa is the dominant member of the Southern Africa Customs Union. As such, when South Africa liberalised trade in the 1990s, this induced large and plausibly exogenous tariff reductions for the...
Abstract Between 2000 and 2015, access to life-saving antiretroviral therapy (ART) in sub-Saharan Africa increased from virtually 0% to approximately 40% coverage. Despite the promise of ART to improve health, a variety of supply- and demand-side factors suggest at-scale ART may not improve...
Abstract Adoption of hybrid seeds remains low in many low-income countries. We conduct a field-experiment designed to measure the effect of offering hybrid maize seeds for purchase during a time when potential customers have high liquidity. Working with a large buyer of agricultural commodities...
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