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Making sense of Africa"s infrastructure endowment

Tito Yepes

Making sense of Africa"s infrastructure endowment

a benchmarking approach

by Tito Yepes

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Published by World Bank in [Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Infrastructure (Economics) -- Africa

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTito Yepes, Justin Pierce, Vivien Foster.
    SeriesPolicy research working paper -- 4912, Policy research working papers (Online) -- 4912.
    ContributionsPierce, Justin., Foster, Vivien, 1968-, World Bank.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23226610M
    LC Control Number2009655524

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Results show that Africa lags behind all other regions of the developing world in its infrastructure endowment, except in ICT. By far the largest gaps arise in the power sector, with generating capacity and household access to electricity at half the levels observed in South Asia.

OCLC Number: Notes: Title from content provider. Description: 1 online resource: Other Titles: Making Sense of Africa's Infrastructure Endowment (Online). Get this from a library. Making sense of Africa's infrastructure endowment: a benchmarking approach.

[Tito Yepes; Justin Pierce; Vivien Foster; World Bank.] -- "The paper's objective is to explain factors underlying Africa's weak infrastructure endowment and to identify suitable infrastructure goals for the region based on benchmarking against international.

MAKING SENSE OF AFRICA’S INFRASTRUCTURE ENDOWMENT: A BENCHMARKING APPROACH 2 Here we perform a country-level benchmarking exercise for infrastructure stocks in Sub-Saharan Africa, comparing them with a global peer group of developing countries. The paper extends and deepens the work of Bogetic () for the countries of the Southern African.

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Making sense of Africa's infrastructure endowment: a benchmarking approach (English) Abstract. The paper's objective is to explain factors underlying Africa's weak infrastructure endowment and to identify suitable infrastructure goals for the region based on benchmarking against international peers.

Downloadable. The paper's objective is to explain factors underlying Africa's weak infrastructure endowment and to identify suitable infrastructure goals for the region based on benchmarking against international peers. The authors use a dataset covering the stocks of key infrastructure-including information and communication technology (ICT), power, roads, and water-across developing.

Making sense of Africa's infrastructure endowment: a benchmarking approach. By Tito Yepes, Justin Pierce and Vivien Foster. Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. The paper's objective is to explain factors underlying Africa's weak infrastructure endowment and to identify suitable infrastructure goals for the region based on benchmarking against.

The paper's objective is to explain factors underlying Africa's weak infrastructure endowment and to identify suitable infrastructure goals for the region based on benchmarking against international peers.

The authors use a dataset covering the stocks of key infrastructure-including information and communication technology (ICT), power, roads.

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Irrigation Investment Needs in Sub-Saharan Africa. Washington, DC: World Bank. [Google Scholar]. However, the median infrastructure development index of out of a possibleconfirms Africa’s much-discussed poor infrastructure endowment.

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