Type of Asset | Working Paper
Date | February 2019
Since the 1991 economic reforms, Ethiopia has tried different policy measures towards implementing its overarching national development strategy, which envisions economic transformation in which industry overtakes agriculture in terms of its contribution to the overall economy. Despite these efforts, Ethiopia has remained a poorly diversified and industrialized economy. The question of why policy measures have failed to produce expected outcomes has been of interest to both policymakers and researchers.
Authors | Abdi Yuya Ahmad, Moges Tufa Adinew
Country and/or Region | Ethiopia
Name of the Program | Mobilizing Local Knowledge to Improve Competitiveness Strategies
Funder(s) | The Competitive Industries and Innovation Program (CIIP) through the Finance Competitiveness and Innovation Global practice of the World Bank Group.
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