African manufacturing firm

an analysis based on firm surveys in seven countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
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Manufacturing industries -- Africa, Sub-Saharan, Corporations -- Africa, Sub-Saharan, Industrial productivity -- Africa, Sub-Saharan, Industrial surveys -- Africa, Sub-Sa
StatementDipak Mazumdar and Ata Mazaheri.
SeriesRoutledge studies in development economics -- 31.
ContributionsMazaheri, Ata.
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LC ClassificationsHD9737.A2 M39 2003
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 451 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18887987M
ISBN 100415298865
LC Control Number2002036910
OCLC/WorldCa50982211

The African Manufacturing Firm: An Analysis Based on Firm Studies in Sub-Saharan Africa (Routledge Studies in Development Economics Book 31) - Kindle edition by Mazaheri, Ata, Mazumdar, Dipak. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or by: 7.

The African manufacturing sector continues to face many problems as it struggles to progress from its presently underdeveloped state.

If the countries that make up Africa are ever to raise the living standards of the vast majority of its population to a more acceptable level, then the economic growth that would result from an enlarged and improved manufacturing sector may.

The binding constraints for small firms tend to be access to finance and competition from foreign firms. After controlling for differences in firm characteristics, geography, infrastructure, political and institutional factors, business environment, and finance, the authors show that African manufacturing actually has a conditional advantage in productivity and sales growth.

This book sheds light on the characteristics of formal and informal manufacturing firms in Africa by comparing these firms with firms in other regions.

Drawing on two data sources, the authors find that there is a very low share of manufacturing in GDP in Africa and in African exports. Most African manufacturing firms are informal. Performance of Manufacturing Firms in Africa: An Empirical Analysis.

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CC BY Translations —If you create a translation of this work, please add the following disclaimer along with the attribution. Exports and Firm-level Efficiency in African Manufacturing WPS/ Arne Bigsten(1), Paul Collier(2, 3), Stefan Dercon(3), Marcel Fafchamps(3), Bernard Gauthier(4), Jan Willem Gunning(5), Jean Habarurema(4), Abena Oduro(6), Remco Oostendorp(5), Catherine Pattillo(7), Måns Söderbom(3), Francis Teal(3) and Albert Zeufack(2) July, Abstract In this paper, we use firm File Size: KB.

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The South African business environment has worsened while administered Manufacturing Competitiveness Index put together by Deloitte and the World Economic Forum. South Africa was. The Economist Intelligence Unit, a British business research group, reckons that Africa accounted for more than 3% of global manufacturing output in the s, but this percentage has since halved.

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A number of recent studies based on data on African manufacturing firms have shown that wages are positively correlated with firm size, conditional on standard human capital variables (e.g.

Valenchik,Strobl and Thornton,Manda,Mazumdar and Cited by: Get this from a library. The African manufacturing firm: an analysis based on firm surveys in seven countries in sub-Saharan Africa. [Dipak Mazumdar; Ata Mazaheri] -- Surveys took place in Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

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Yet a quiet boom in manufacturing in Africa is already taking place. Farming and services are still dominant, backed by the export of commodities, but new industries are emerging in a lot of African countries.

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The Export Behaviour of South African Manufacturing Firms Neil Rankin Centre for the Study of African Economies University of Oxford @ To be presented at the Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies Forum “New Directions in the South African Economy”, SeptemberJohannesburg.

Africa’s share of global manufacturing has fallen from about 3% in to less than 2% in Manufacturing output per person is about a third of the average for all developing countries and manufactured exports per person, a key measure of success in global markets, are about 10% of the global average for low-income countries.

Light Manufacturing in Africa: Targeted Policies to II.1 Sources of Excess Production Costs of Medium Firms in Africa: Average across Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Zambia as a Percentage of Chinese Production Cost 55 This book represents an attempt to address these Size: 2MB. Yet another is investment company Roha, which has made the development of greenfield manufacturing plants in Africa a core focus of its business.

One such opportunity is glass-bottle manufacturing in Ethiopia to supply the country’s fast-growing beverage industry: to date, drink makers have had to import 90 percent of their bottles.

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Do African Manufacturing Firms Learn from Exporting. ARNE BIGSTEN,1 PAUL COLLIER,2,3 STEFAN DERCON,2 MARCEL FAFCHAMPS,2 BERNARD GAUTHIER,4 JAN WILLEM GUNNING,5 ABENA ODURO,6 REMCO OOSTENDORP,5 CATHERINE PATTILLO,7 MÅNS SÖDERBOM,2 FRANCIS TEAL2 and ALBERT ZEUFACK3 We use firm-level panel data for the manufacturing.

While Africa accounts for about 30 per cent of the world's reserves of hydrocarbons and minerals and 14 per cent of the world's population, its share of global manufacturing stood in exactly. Irene Yuan Sun, an associate partner at McKinsey and author of a book on Chinese investment in Africa, says the influence is particularly strong in manufacturing.Assuming an average of ten years of education for workers in South African manufacturing firms, then an average linear coefficient of would close the gap (i.e., approx.

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By the s, thousands of small business operations had opened in urban areas.