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Kacana Sipangule

last contributed to D+C/E+Z in spring 2019 as a PhD candidate in economics at the University of Göttingen and a Research Fellow at the Kiel Institute for World Economy as well as at the Poverty Reduction, Equity and Growth Network (PEGNet).  

All articles of Kacana Sipangule

Regional integration

Erosion of multilateralism

From an African perspective, the erosion of multilateral trade rules is worrisome

Regional integration

Going against the tide

Why African governments have embarked on establishing a continental free-trade area


Trade needs ports

Landlocked developing countries struggle with high trade costs and depend on transit countries


Shades of green

PEGNet 2013: Why green growth policy can be bad for poor people and how to avoid harm

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