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by Nii Kwaku Sowa
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- Author: Nii Kwaku Sowa
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- Publisher: African Economic Research Consortium (1993)
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Publications (4). An Assessment of Poverty Reducing Policies and Programmes in Ghana. Inflation appears to be the macro-problem in Ghana for which no antidote has been found under the economic recovery programme. It is possible that either a wrong diagnosis has been made of the problem, or that certain factors within the economy are preventing inflation from staying within target levels. Using an error-correction model (ECM), the paper estimates an inflation equation for Ghana. Fiscal deficits, output growth and inflation targets in Ghana.
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Inflationary Trends and Control in Ghana. This paper analyses the dynamics of inflation in Kenya between 1974 and 1996, a period characterised by eternal shocks and internal disequilibria
Inflationary Trends and Control in Ghana. This paper analyses the dynamics of inflation in Kenya between 1974 and 1996, a period characterised by eternal shocks and internal disequilibria. By developing a parsimonious and empirically constant model, we find that the exchange rate, foreign prices and terms of trade have long-run effects on inflation, while money supply and interest rate only have short-run effects. Macroeconomic determinants of inflation in Ghana: A co integration approach. Gyebi, . & Boafo, . G. (2013). Macroeconomic determinants of inflation in Ghana from 1990-2009. Chiaraah, . & Nkegbe, . K. (2014). GDP growth, money growth, exchange rate and inflation in Ghana. Nii Kwaku Sowa, John K. Kwakye. This paper examines whether Ghana, with its imperfect markets and institutional difficulties, has benefited from recent liberalization efforts under SAP. Although the liberalization improved th. More).
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The deterioration in the local cultivation of rice has had severe socio-economic implications such as higher consumer prices and balance of payment burden
The deterioration in the local cultivation of rice has had severe socio-economic implications such as higher consumer prices and balance of payment burden. Therefore, the main objective of this study is to evaluate the effect of price and other related nonprice policy intervention on rice cultivation in the country. The tools utilized for analyzing the problem comprise, a coefficient of protection analysis as well as a supply response analysis by means of a time series regression (for the period 1980-2011).