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The relevance of Wagner's law to Zambia(1980-2013)
(The University of Zambia, 2015)
Wagner (1883), predicted that economic growth would be accompanied by an increase in state activity (growth of government Spending). Thus, the causality according to Wagner‟s law is running from economic growth to government ...
The causal relationship among financial development, trade openness, and economic growth in Zambia(1965-2011)
The aim of this study was to investigate the causal relationship among financial development, trade openness, and economic growth in Zambia from 1965 to 2011. To fully understand this relationship, two measures of financial ...
Causality analysis between electricity consumption and economic growth: Evidence from Zambia
(University of Zambia, 2016)
Zambia’s economic history has, to some extent, been greatly influenced by the early 1970s energy oil crisis precipitated by the steep adjustment of the international oil prices following the Arab-Israeli war of 1972. ...
The participation of Civil Society Organizations(CSOs) in poverty reducation in livingstone City, 2000-2012
This dissertation discusses civil society organisations’ (CSOs’) participation in poverty reduction in Livingstone city,specifically in three high density wards namely; Mulungushi,Libuyu and Zambezi wards, from 2000- ...
The World Bank's contribution to fighting poverty in Zambia through the promotion of foreign direct investment(FDI) from 199 to 2009: A critical examination
This study provides a critical analysis of the World Bank’s contribution to fighting poverty in Zambia through the promotion of foreign direct investment (FDI) from 1999 to 2009 through its specialized institutions. Although ...
The effects of exchange rate volatility on private capital inflows in Zambia,1992-2012
This study investigated the empirical evidence on the effect of exchange volatility on private capital inflows in Zambia. The investigation used monthly time series data for the period 1992-2012 relating to exchange rate, ...