publications

Read Our Latest Research Publications below:

Leaving No One Behind: A Policy Blueprint For Eradicating Hunger In Sub-saharan Africa

Helen Onyeaka, Rose Daphnee Tchonkouang, Phemelo Tamasiga

Helen Onyeaka, Rose Daphnee Tchonkouang, Phemelo Tamasiga

Nov 7, 2023

Une note d’orientation sur la planification urbaine : le lierre de Boston sur les bases des ponts au Caire

Chery Yacoub, Pensée Ragab & Nour El Deeb

Chery Yacoub, Pensée Ragab & Nour El Deeb

Aug 25, 2023

Integrating Nutrition into African Food and Agricultural Policies

Rose Daphnee N. Tchonkouang

Rose Daphnee N. Tchonkouang

Feb 24, 2023

SME Market Entry and Impact of AfCFTA on FDI in Ghana

Hassan I C Jagne

Hassan I C Jagne

Nov 11, 2022

PPiAI Coding Survival Guide: A Manual For The African Teacher

S. Sciacca, G. Nayak, V. Patel

S. Sciacca, G. Nayak, V. Patel

Jan 24, 2022

A Pandemic Preparedness Toolkit For The African Governments And Relevant Institutions

H. Onyeaka, P. Tamasiga, A.T. Guta, M.S. Kalane, H. Nkoutchou

H. Onyeaka, P. Tamasiga, A.T. Guta, M.S. Kalane, H. Nkoutchou

Oct 13, 2021

The Impact Of The Covid-19 Pandemic On Education, Livelihoods & Food Security Status:

P. Tamasiga, A.T. Guta, H. Onyeaka, H. Nkoutchou, M.S. Kalane

P. Tamasiga, A.T. Guta, H. Onyeaka, H. Nkoutchou, M.S. Kalane

Jun 28, 2021

Traditional Diets To Be Preserved: Fighting The Neo-Liberal Colonization Of Food And Subsequent Health

Benjamin Njila Tchakounte Fields (Ph.D Student in Sociology)

Benjamin Njila Tchakounte Fields (Ph.D Student in Sociology)

Jan 27, 2021

Socialism versus Capitalism: A PPiAI Debate

Sukhayl Niyazov, Ikechi Kelechi Agbugba (PhD), Bolatito Akinrolabu, Alois Philip Muia Ngolu, Aminat Olohunlana

Sukhayl Niyazov, Ikechi Kelechi Agbugba (PhD), Bolatito Akinrolabu, Alois Philip Muia Ngolu, Aminat Olohunlana

Nov 23, 2020

Credit Information Sharing In The Digital Age: Challenges, Opportunities And Possible Policy Premise

Thabiso ‘Neko Moshoeshoe (Master of Commerce in Development Finance)

Thabiso ‘Neko Moshoeshoe (Master of Commerce in Development Finance)

Oct 27, 2020

How COVID-19 Is Shifting Priorities Amid Lack Of Agility In Implementation Of Infrastructure Projects

Thabang Lisbon Rakoena, MSc.(Wits)

Thabang Lisbon Rakoena, MSc.(Wits)

Aug 19, 2020

Adopting A Water Monetary Standard

Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

Aug 1, 2020

Angola, A Country Drowning in Unemployment

Jânio Ambrósio

Jânio Ambrósio

Jul 19, 2020

Assessing Nigeria and Malaysia’s Agriculture Sector Contribution to Economic Transformation : A Comparative

Ikechi Agbugba & Ebitari Binaebi

Ikechi Agbugba & Ebitari Binaebi

Jul 12, 2020

Tomato (Lycopersicon Esculentum) Production And Marketing: The Case Of A Tropical West African Vegetables Farm

Emmanuel Ogunsola & Ikechi Agbugba, PhD

Emmanuel Ogunsola & Ikechi Agbugba, PhD

Jun 22, 2020

The Future Vision Of The African Continent

Patricia Le Mouël & Tuuli Sauren

Patricia Le Mouël & Tuuli Sauren

May 17, 2020

“We can no longer continue to make policies for ourselves, our countries, our region and our continent on the basis of whatever the westerners will give us. It will not work, it has not worked...Our responsibility is to charter a path which is about how we can develop our nations ourselves.”

—Ghanian President His Excellence Nana AKUFO-ADDO’s Speech, 07 December2017

 “only a crisis – actual or perceived – produces real change. When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around. That is our basic function: to develop alternatives to existing policies, to keep them alive until the politically impossible becomes the politically inevitable.”

— Milton Friedman

“The society that puts equality before freedom will end up with neither. The society that puts freedom before equality will end up with a great measure of both.”

— Milton Friedman

“Basic institutions that protect the liberty of individuals to pursue their own economic interests result in greater prosperity for the larger society.”

— Adam Smith

“...where effective competition can be created, it is a better way of guiding individualefforts than any other... regards competition as superior not only because it is in mostcircumstances the most efficient method known but even more because it is the only methodby which our activities can be adjusted to each other without coercive or arbitraryintervention of authority.”

— Frederick Hayek

"The fundamental cure for poverty is not money but knowledge."

— Arthur Lewis

"The end of Law is not to abolish or restrain, but to preserve and enlarge freedom. For in all the states of created beings, capable of laws, where there is no law there is no freedom."

— John Locke