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Journal Cover   AfricaGrowth Agenda
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  • Entrepreneurial ideology : a discourse so paradoxical
    • Abstract: Author: Musara, Mazanai Vol Publication: 2015 Page: 16-19 : Entrepreneurship has become an ideology of the 'new capitalist spirit' that needs to be questioned. In questioning this ideology, this paper attempts to identify the emerging trends in literature advancing the discourse to promote entrepreneurship. This rises from the conceptions that allude to the fact that entrepreneurship is the only tool to address the socio-economic problems rampant in many developing countries as well as the only means to promote economic equality, justice and freedom. The paper argues that the interdisciplinary discourse on entrepreneurship, capitalism, social and economic freedom and justice ideologically contribute to the construction of the contemporary capitalist enterprise as the only possible model for the generation of wealth in society. It further argues that the current research agenda on entrepreneurship in Africa in general, and South Africa in particular, serves as a tapestry for the established status quo and has limited potential for the reconstruction of reality to an extent of being reflective of the specific social context in which entrepreneurship occurs. Of particular note is that the existing approaches to identify, investigate and analyse entrepreneurship problems in the African context are subjected to Western Ideologies that are engrossed in genderism, ethnocentrism, capitalism as well as individualism. As such, these instruments of power only serve to concentrate power and control in the hands of the minority working class at the expense of the oppressed majority. Consequently, the conclusions problematize the hegemonic discourses on entrepreneurship and point out that entrepreneurship has been less of a human emancipation tool and more of an instrument of power and a capitalism reproduction mechanism. Thus, robust methods of problem identification, investigation and analysis in entrepreneurship discourse are called for.
      PubDate: 2015-03-20T13:31:09Z
       
  • Does FDI facilitate entrepreneurship in African countries with good
           business start-up regulations?
    • Abstract: Author: Munemo, Jonathan Vol Publication: 2015 Page: 12-15 : This paper investigates whether foreign direct investment (FDI) crowds-in entrepreneurship in a sample of 26 African countries. Results obtained using longitudinal data analysis indicate that the existing regulatory environment for business start-ups plays a significant role in facilitating the crowding-in effect of FDI. More specifically, the results show that FDI significantly crowds-in entrepreneurial activity of new domestic firms when business start-up regulations are lower. This implies that excessive startup regulations are inefficient, and thus dissuade new firm creation by increasing the costs of doing business and impeding the crowding-in effect from FDI. The policy conclusions are quite clear: reforms to establish the level of regulation that is most beneficial for the successful entry of new local firms play a critical role in enhancing the complementarity between foreign and domestic enterprises. These reforms will not only increase the entry of new domestic firms, but will also generate positive externalities from FDI which arise from transmission of new ideas, entrepreneurial skills, and other knowledge transfers and lead to higher productivity and growth.
      PubDate: 2015-03-20T13:31:08Z
       
  • Editors note
    • Abstract: Vol Publication: 2015 Page: 3 : This issue of the Africagrowth Agenda covers articles on export promotion, household welfare and entrepreneurial ideology and start-ups. The first paper by J. Munemo examines the effect of FDI on entrepreneurship under conditions of Good Business Start-up regulations in a sample of 26 African countries. Using a longitudinal data analysis, the author concludes that FDI crowds-in entrepreneurial activities in countries with less-stringent start-up regulations.
      PubDate: 2015-03-20T13:31:08Z
       
  • How a focused approach to export promotion can accelerate Zimbabwe's
           post-conflict reconstruction
    • Abstract: Author: Mzumara, Macleans Matthee, Marianne Steenkamp, Ermie Vol Publication: 2015 Page: 4-7 : Zimbabwe, like many countries that have emerged from a protracted period of conflict, is slowly putting the pieces in place to turn its economy around. But many challenges are presenting themselves, not least of which is how to devise a workable strategy to boost Zimbabwe's exports in the face of ever-shifting market conditions and competitive forces. This paper explains the rationale for and methodology used in the application of a Decision Support Model (DSM) for Zimbabwe, a market selection tool that uses a sequential filtering system to identify high-potential export opportunities. The results of this application - which reveal the most promising export opportunities for Zimbabwe should form the basis of a new strategy to re-focus and fast-track Zimbabwe's export promotion effort, and once again make exports one of the central pillars of the Zimbabwean economy.
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  • Household welfare effects of economic community of West African states'
           custom external tariffs in Nigeria
    • Abstract: Author: Kareem, Olayinka Idowu Vol Publication: 2015 Page: 8-11 : The importance of Nigeria's economic integration with the rest of the world cannot be overemphasized. Trade, a veritable channel of this integration, and in particular its policies, often have a different impact on economic agents due to the transmission mechanism through which they operate. This paper uses micro- and macro-economic data to investigate the household welfare effects in Nigeria of the Common External Tariff (CET) of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). The welfare effects are examined from the perspective of households as producer, consumers, and factor owners. The empirical strategies proceeded in three steps: first by determining the extent of tariff pass-through to domestic prices; second, investigating the linkages between prices and wages, and finally examine the impact of both prices and wages on household welfare. The paper finds that the trade policy has had a net positive effect on households in Nigeria, largely due to the gains from expenditure on agricultural goods. The expenditure gains from the policy through lower prices outweigh household losses incurred in their purchasing power through lower income. The paper recommends social safety net measures, particularly for vulnerable subsistence agricultural households in rural areas.
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