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Socioeconomic Development in Afar Region: Achievements, Gaps, and Priorities

Socioeconomic Development in Afar Region: Achievements, Gaps, and Priorities

It is designed to assess the socioeconomic development of Afar region in the past decades for evidence-based preparation of the 10-year perspective plan and the third five-year plan in the region. It is undertaken in collaboration with the EEA research staff and other senior member of the Association. This is a demand-driven research project requested by Bureau of Finance and Economic Development (BOFED) of Afar Regional State.  The study began in February 2020 and completed in June 2020

Inflation Dynamics and Macroeconomic Stability in Ethiopia: Decomposition Approach

Inflation Dynamics and Macroeconomic Stability in Ethiopia: Decomposition Approach

This study is intended to address the long-lasting macroeconomic problems and financial instability in Ethiopia. It measures the level of inflation and macroeconomic instability and decomposes them into their constituent parts. It is expected to generate latest and relevant empirical evidence on inflation and macroeconomic instability for evidence-based financial and macro policy making in Ethiopia. 

The Economic Significance of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam to the Eastern Nile Economies

The Economic Significance of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) to the Eastern Nile Economies: A CGE Modeling Approach: The government of Ethiopia is currently involved in intensive negotiations with downstream countries on the ways of filling and operating the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). There are different political and economic views about the likely impacts of the dam on downstream countries, particularly on Egypt and Sudan.

The Economy wide impact of the COVID-19 in Ethiopia: Policy and Recovery Options

The economy wide impact of the COVID-19 in Ethiopia: Policy and Recovery Options: 

This study was intended to inform the government and other stakeholders about the current COVID-19 pandemic on the Ethiopian economy, i.e. macroeconomic effect, sectors most affected welfare effects, recovery time and required resources. The study employed a computable general equilibrium (CGE) modeling and analysis. It has produced empirical evidence on the effects of the pandemic on different sectors of the economy and identified relevant recovery measures suitable to each sector depending on the intensity of adverse effects of the pandemic. 

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