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Giuseppe Casale and Alagandram Sivananthiran
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"What Explains Africa’s Jobless Growth?", Samuel Asfaha and Edlira Narazani
This paper examines sources of economic growth in Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya using a growth accounting approach. Based on a Cobb-Douglas production function and using data from 1960 to 2011, the paper analyzes and compares the contribution to growth of total factor productivity (TFP), capital accumulation and labour.