Poor Numbers: how we are misled by African development statistics and what to do about it - By Morten Jerven

From African Arguments Tue Nov 20 2012, 04:59:44

On November 5, 2010, Ghana Statistical Services announced that it was revising its GDP estimates upwards by over 60 percent, suggesting that that in the previous GDP estimates about US$13 billion worth's of economic activity had been missed. As a

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