Economic Crisis in Africa: Perspectives on Policy Responses

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FIGURES
3.1 Different policy situations as defined by ambiguity and conflict 54
5.1 Debt burden of Sub-Saharan Africa, 1970-89 86
5.2 Debt service ratios of Sub-Saharan Africa, 1970-89 87
5.3 Debt ratios by country category, 1970-89 88
5.4 Scheduled debt service ratios by country category, 1970-89 89
5.5 Actual debt service ratios by country category, 1970-89 90
6.1 Zimbabwe: growth of real GDP, 1970-90 102
6.2 Zimbabwe: real GDP per capita, 1969-89 103
6.3 Zimbabwe: fixed capital formation, 1971-89 103
9.1 Botswana: sectorial development 168
9.2 Botswana: estimated numbers of paid employees 171
11.1 Guinea-Bissau: diversification of income generation in 1986 and 1989 209
11.2 Guinea-Bissau: the concentration curve of the consumption bundle in 1986 and 1989 212
15.1 Main dimensions of economic systems 289
15.2 Ethiopia: development of population, GDP and GDP per capita 294
15.3 Ethiopia: agricultural production and food availability 294
15.4 Ethiopia: inflation rates 295
15.5 Ethiopia: trade and budget deficits 295
15.6 Ethiopia: net barter terms of trade 296
15.7 Ethiopia: development of real effective exchange rate and trade deficit 298
15.8(a) Ethiopia: per capita crop exports 299
15.8(b) Ethiopia: per capita exports of hides and skins and live animals 299
15.9 Ethiopia: debt service ratio and international reserves 300

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