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The problem with African development statistics

Lou Pizante

Morten Jerven makes a strong case that a lot of GDP measurements we thought were accurate are far from it. This is important because Reliable statistics, including estimates of economic growth rates and per-capita income, are basic to the operation of governments in developing countries and vital to international organizations. Analysts need these development statistics to track and monitor efforts at improving living conditions on the African continent.

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