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What We Are Reading 19/10/2012

October 19, 2012

1. How Cambodia & Rwanda regained population size in 4 yrs after genocides shows force of pop. growth on Gapminder

2. Time to Improve State’s Participation in Africa’s Extractive Industries 

3. It Ain’t Necessarily So. The Functions of Textbooks in Education and State-Building (HT to The Arabist)

4. Income Inequality and Inequality of Opportunity: Cues from Egypt

5. Avon Ladies of Africa: Health Products at Your Door

6. How South Korean Pop is Taking Over the World. Dynamic Comparative Advantages and Music

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  1. October 19, 2012 11:19 am

    Er, for Rwanda, the dip starts well before the genocide, and probable has a lot more to do with the civil war being waged between Rwandan forces and the RPF – forced migration out of the country. Also, both the start and the end of the Congo war led to a lot of Hutus migrating back to Rwanda. Still population growth, but we have to be careful how to interpret it.

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