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Title:Proceedings of the Third Regional Conference of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State Economic Development
Editors:Worku Gebeyehu
Demirew Getachew
City of publisher:Addis Ababa
Publisher:Ethiopian Economic Association (EEA)
ISBN:9994454358; 9789994454358
Geographic term:Ethiopia
Subjects:regional development
economic development
water supply
information technology
poverty reduction
soil management
waste management
conference papers (form)
Abstract:This volume contains the proceedings of the 'Third Regional Conference of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State Economic Development' which took place on March 28, 2013 and where mostly Ethiopian researchers discussed a wide range of economic issues affecting the southern regions in Ethiopia. Themes range from water supply and poverty to information technology and macroeconomic indicators. Contributions: Household demand for improved water supply service in Ethiopia: the case of Sodo town (Belaynesh Tamire); Economic valuation of reducing upland forest resources degradation to improve soil and water conservation services: the case of Upland forest resources of Rekame Watershed, Halaba Special Woreda, SNNPR, Ethiopia (Keyiru Redi Kedir); The impact of information communication technology on the economic development of Ethiopia: a dynamic computable general equilibrium approach (Mitiku Kebede); Tobit analyses of improved local seed system (ILSS) adoption and its marketing: the case of wheat in Meskan and Sodo Woredas, Gurage zone (Shimelis Araya); Assessment of vulnerability to poverty (the case of Wolaita and Dawuro Zones) (Yohannes Hailu, Daniel Fitigu, and Tadele Tafese); Macroeconomics determinants of inflation and its effects on economic growth in Ethiopia (Abate Yesigat); Valuation of total benefits of improved municipal solid waste service in an urban context: a choice experiment (Solomon Tarfasa); The role of micro and small enterprises in improving the livelihood of the poor in Hawassa (Tadesse Abadu). [ASC Leiden abstract]