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16. Can the SDG target to industrialize be achieved in resource-rich Africa countries?

15. Funding the SDGs in resource-rich countries

14. Is there a better way to measure resource-dependence?

13. Agricultural productivity in resource-rich African countries

12. Made out of Africa

11. What does it take to meet Africa’s trade integration target?

10. The missing element in Africa’s industrialization agenda

9.   When China sneezes, Africa should not catch a cold

8.   The perils of commodity price volatility 

7.   The SDGs need a new measure of GDP

6.   Exit from aid in resource-rich countries

5.   Avoid stigma when measuring SDG achievements

4.   The gender gap in extractive dependent countries

3.   The macroeconomics of development financing
 
2.   Financing for development in resource-rich countries

1.   Seven things to consider when managing non-renewable natural resources

Journal Articles

Degol Hailu and Chinpihoi Kipgen (2017) "The Extractives Dependence Index (EDI)", Resources Policy, Volume 51, Pages 251–264.

Degol Hailu and Admasu Shiferaw (2016) "Determinants of 'Exit' from High Aid-Dependence," Journal of African Economies, Volume 25, Number 5, Pages 670-698.

AdmasuShiferaw and Degol Hailu (2016) "Job Creation and Trade in Manufactures: Industry-Level Analysis Across Countries,"IZA Journal of Labor & Development, Volume 5, Number 3.

Hailu, Degol; Rafael Osorio and Raquel Tsukada (2012) Privatizationand Re-nationazation: What Went Wrong in Bolivia’s Water Sector? , World Development, Volume 40, No. 12, pp. 2564–2577.

Beckerleg, Susan; Degol Hailu and Axel Klein (2009) Regulating Khat - Dilemmas and Opportunities for the International Drug Control System, International Journal of Drug Policy, Volume 20, Issue 6, Pages 509–513.

DegolHailu (2005) Supporting A Nation: Khat Farming and Livelihoods in Ethiopia,
Drugs and Alcohol Today, Volume 5, Issue 3, Pages 22 – 24, November.


Book Reviews

DegolHailu (2007) Review Article in International Affairs, Volume 83, Issue 3,
May, Pages 575–615. Ethnic Federalism: the Ethiopian Experience in Comparative Perspective. Edited by David Turton. Ohio University Press. May. 2006.

Degol Hailu (2005) Review Article in the Journal of Agrarian Change,Volume. 5, No. 2, Pages:281–297, April. Leaf of Allah: Khat and Agricultural Transformation in Harerge Ethiopia 1875-1991 by Ezekiel Gebissa, Athens: Ohio University Press and London: James Currey, 2004.


Books

Anderson, David; Susan Beckerleg; Degol Hailu and Axel Klein (2007) The Khat Controversy. Berg.

With John Weeks et al. (2003) Volume I. Supporting Ownership: Swedish Development Cooperation with Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda,, Sida Evaluations 02/33.1, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).

With John Weeks et al. (2003) Volume II. Supporting Ownership: Swedish Development Cooperation with Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, Sida Evaluations 02/33.1, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida).
  

Chapters in Edited Books

McKinley, Terry and Degol Hailu (2010) "The Macroeconomic Debate on Scaling Up HIV/AIDS Financing" in McKinley, T. (eds) Economic Alternatives for Growth, Employment and Poverty Reduction Palgrave.

Hailu, Degol (2010) “Spreading the Dollar Leaf: The Khat Trade in Northern and Southern Ethiopia", in Gebissa, E. (ed.) Taking the Place of Food: The Dilemma of Khat in Ethiopia, James Currey.

Castel-Branco, Carlos; Chris Cramer and Degol Hailu (2003) “Privatization and Economic Strategy in Mozambique”, in Addison, Tony (ed.) From Conflict to Recovery in Africa, Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Hailu, Degol; Rathin Roy and John Weeks (1999) “Economic Change and Illicit Drugs in Africa”, in The Drug Nexus in Africa, United Nations Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention, UNODCCP Monograph No. 1, pp. 47-69.

WorkingPapers

Raquel Tsukada Lehmannand Degol Hailu (2016) The Impactof Piped Water Supply on Household Welfare, Working Paper Series 2016-046, Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (UNU MERIT).

Hailu, Degol and Raquel Tsukada (2012) Is the Distribution of Foreign Aid MDG-Sensitive?, DESA Working Paper No. 111,United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs. New York.

Hailu,Degol and Admasu Shiferaw (2012) Macroeconomic Determinants of Exit from Aid-Dependence, Working Paper 90, InternationalPolicy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol andJohn Weeks (2011) MacroeconomicPolicy for Growth and Poverty Reduction: An Application to Post-Conflict and Resource-Rich Countries, DESA Working Paper 108, United Nations Departmentof Economic and Social Affairs. New York.

Hailu,Degol and Raquel Tsukada (2011) Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: A Measure of Progress, Working Paper 78, International PolicyCentre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol Sara Rendtorff-Smith and Raquel Tsukada (2011) Small-Scale Water Providers in Kenya: Pioneers or Predators? United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

Costa,Joan; Degol Hailu; Elydia Silva and Raquel Tsukada (2009) The Implication of Water and Electricity Supply in Ghana for The Time Allocation of Women, Working Paper No. 59, International Policy Centre forInclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol; Rafael Osorio and Raquel Tsukada (2009) Privatization and Re-nationalization: What Went Wrong in Bolivia’s Water Sector? Working Paper No. 58, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth. Brasilia.

Hailu,Degol (2007) Scaling-up HIV/AIDS Spending and Macroeconomic Management: The Case of Kenya,UNU/WIDER Discussion Paper No. 2001/64.

Castel-Branco, Carlos; Christopher Cramer and Degol Hailu (2001) Privatisation and Economic Strategy in Mozambique, UNU/WIDER Discussion Paper No. 2001/64.

Fine,Ben and Degol Hailu (2000) Convergence and Consensus: The Political Economy of Adjustment and Growth, CDPR Discussion Paper No. 14, Centre for DevelopmentPolicy and Research, SOAS. University of London.


Short Article

Hailu, Degol and Admasu Shiferaw (2012)What Determines Exit from Aid-Dependence? One Pager 139,International Policy Centre forInclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol and Raquel Tsukada (2011) Measuring MDG Achievements: Rate of Progress Matters Most, One Pager No. 125, International Policy Centrefor Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Costa, Joana; Degol Hailu; Elydia Silva and Raquel Tsukada (2009) Water Supply in Rural Ghana: Do Women Benefit? One pager No. 101, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol; Rafael Osorio and Raquel Tsukada (2009) Water Privatization and Renationalisation in Bolivia. Are the Poor Better Off? One Pager No. 100, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth. Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol (2009) The Global Economic Crisis Hampers Human Development. How? One Pager No. 95, International Policy Centre for InclusiveGrowth. Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol and John Weeks (2009) Can Low-Income Countries Adopt Counter-Cyclical Policies? One Pager No. 92. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Gomes, Rui A. and Degol Hailu (2008) One Instrument, Many Targets: Timor-Leste’s Macroeconomic Policy Challenge, One Pager No. 93. International Policy Centre forInclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol and Sergei Suarez Dillon Soares (2009) What Explains the Decline in Brazil’s Inequality? One Pager No. 89. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu,Degol (2009) The Indonesian Response to the Financialand Economic Crisis: Is the Developmental State Back? One Pager No. 86. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol (2009) Is the Washington Consensus Dead? One Pager No. 82. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol (2009) The Rich Expand, the Poor Contract. The Paradox of Macroeconomic Policy in Ethiopia, One Pager No. 78. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol (2008) Are the Cheetahs Tracking the Tigers? Probing High Growth Rates in Africa, One Pager No. 70. November. International Poverty Centre (IPC). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol (2008) The Macroeconomics of Scaling-Up Aid: What We Know in Kenya, Malawi and Zambia, One Pager No. 67. International Poverty Centre (IPC). Brasilia.

Hailu,Degol (2008) Equitable Access to Financial Services: Is Micro-financing Sufficient? One Pager No. 59. International Poverty Centre (IPC). Brasilia.

Hulya Dagdeviren and Degol Hailu (2008) Tariff Hikes with Low Investment: The Story of the Urban Water Sector in Zambia, One Pager No. 57. International Poverty Centre (IPC). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol (2008) Equitable Access to Basic Services: Who will Guarantee it? One Pager No. 55. International Poverty Centre (IPC). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol (2007) Should Khat Be Banned? The Development Impact, One Pager No.40. International Poverty Centre (IPC), Brasilia.


Policy Briefs

Hailu, Degol and John Weeks (2012) Macroeconomic Policies for Development, G-24 Policy Brief No. 72.

Hailu, Degol and John Weeks (2012) Macroeconomic Policies for Resource-Rich Countries, G-24 Policy Brief No. 71.

Hailu, Degol and John Weeks (2012) Macroeconomic Policies for Post-Conflict Countries, G-24 Policy Brief No. 73.

Hailu, Degol (2009) Aid and AIDS: Policy Changes and Responses in Kenya, Malawi and Tanzania, Commonwealth Finance Ministers Reference Report. ISBN 978-0-9563722-0-8.

Hailu, Degol and Raquel Tsukada (2009) (eds.) Equitable Access to Basic Utilities: Public Verses Private Provision and Beyond, Poverty in Focus No. 18. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol and Raquel Tsukada (2009) "Equitable Access to Basic Utilities: An Overview", in Hailu and Tsukada (eds.) Equitable Access to Basic Utilities: Public Verses Private Provision and Beyond, Poverty in Focus No.18. International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth (IPC-IG). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol and Sonal Singh (2009) The Macro-Micro Nexusin Scaling-Up Aid: The Case of HIV and AIDS Control in Kenya, Malawi and Zambia, Development Digest No. 1, Centre for Development Policy and Research, SOAS, University of London.

Hailu, Degol and Portia Hunt (2008) Utility Provision: Contract Design in the Interest of the Poor, Policy Research Brief No. 10. International Poverty Centre (IPC). Brasilia.

Asad Kamran Ghalib and Degol Hailu (2008) Banking the Un-Banked: Improving Access to Financial Services, Policy Research Brief No. 9. International Poverty Centre (IPC). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol and Fabio Veras Soares (2008) Cash Transfers: Lessons from Africa and Latin America, Poverty in Focus No. 15. International Poverty Centre (IPC). Brasilia.

Hailu, Degol; Marcelo Medeiros and Paula Nonaka (2008) "Legal Protection for Cash Transfers: Why We Need It, Development Digest No. 1, Centre for Development Policy and Research, SOAS, University of London.

McKinley, Terry and Degol Hailu (2006) The Macroeconomic Debate on Scaling Up HIV/AIDS Financing, Development Digest No. 1, Centre for Development Policy andResearch, SOAS, University of London.

Degol Hailu and Narissa Seegulam (2008) Is Time Running Out for Trinidad and Tobago?in Terry McKinley and Katerina Kyrili, The Resource Curse, Development Digest No. 1, Centre for Development Policy and Research,SOAS, University of London.


Reports for International Organizations

Degol Hailu, Uyanga Gankhuyag and Chinpihoi Kipgen (2014) How Does the Extractive Industry Promote Growth, Industrialization and Employment Generation? Paper presented to the United Nations Development Programme and Government of Brazil, Dialogue on the Extractive Sector and Sustainable Development – Enhancing Public-Private-Community Cooperation in the context of the Post-2015 Agenda, Brasilia, Brazil, 3-5 December 2014.

Anthony Simpasa, Degol Hailu, Sebastian Levine and Roberto J. Tibana (2013) Capturing Mineral Revenues in Zambia: Past Trends and Future Prospects. Discussion Paper, United Nations Development Programme and EU-UN Global Partnership on Land, Natural Resources and Conflict.

  

Uyanga Gankhuyag, Degol Hailu and Aurelio Parisotto (2013) Growth and Employment in the Post-2015 Agenda: Messages from a global consultation, United Nations Development Group (UNDG).

Hailu, Degol, Sara Rendtorff-Smith UyangaGankhuyag and Cosmas Ochieng (2011) Conflict Prevention in Resource Rich Economies, Report for the United Nations andEuropean Union. 

Lead Author of UNDP (2010) What Will It Take To Achieve the Millennium Development Goals? An International Assessment (2010), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

Hailu, Degol and John Weeks (2005) Economic Policies in Support of MDGs and Poverty Reduction, Paper Prepared for UNDP Workshop to Launch the Regional Project for Economic Policies in Support of MDGs and Poverty Reduction, Kigali, Rwanda, 21 - 23 March 2005.

Hailu, Degol (2003) “Investment Profile: South Africa” in Foreign Direct Investment Report: Commonwealth Insight, Commonwealth Business Council. ISBN 1-903431-21-2.


Publications without Web links

Hailu, Degol (2001/02) “Investment Profile: Mozambique” in the Commonwealth African Investment Almanac Kensington Publications Limited with the Commonwealth Secretariat. ISBN 1-901088-15-8.

Hailu, Degol (2000) Ever More Accidents and the Police Dither, Addis Tribune, 05 May 2000.

Hailu, Degol (1997) “What We Don’t Know About the Political Economy of Economic Policy Reform”, SOAS Economic Digest, January, Issue 1 No. 1.

Hailu, Degol (1997) “Deflation in a Growing Economy: The Experience of Ethiopia”, SOAS Economic Digest, June, Issue 1 No.2.

Hailu, Degol (1997) “What Happened to the Market Principle: Lesson from World Bank Lending”, SOAS Economic Digest, November, Issue 1 No. 3. 


Publications in Portuguese

Medindo os Resultados dos ODM: A Taxa de Progresso é o que Mais Importa, Degol Hailu, Raquel Tsukada One Pager 125, 24/08/2012

Abastecimento de Água em Gana Rural: as Mulheres se Beneficiam? Joana Costa, Degol Hailu, Elydia Silva, Raquel Tsukada, One Pager 101, 19/11/2010

Privatização e Reestatização da Água na Bolívia: Estão os Pobres em Melhore Situaçao? Degol Hailu, Rafael Guerreiro Osorio, Raquel Tsukada, One Pager 100, 19/11/2010

Deveria o Khat ser Proibido? O Impacto Sobre o Desenvolvimento, Degol Hailu, One Pager 40, 01/10/2010

Expansão dos Ricos, Contração dos Pobres. O Paradoxo da Política Macroeconômica na Etiópia, Degol Hailu, One Pager 78, 01/08/2010

Está Morto o Consenso de Washington? Degol Hailu, One Pager 82, 01/06/2010

A Resposta Indonésia à Crise Econômica e Financeira: Está de Volta o Estado Desenvolvimentista? Degol Hailu, One Pager 86, 01/05/2010

O que Explica o Declínio da Desigualdade no Brasil? Degol Hailu, Sergei Suarez Dillon Soares, One Pager 89, 01/04/2010

Podem os Países de Baixa Renda Adotar Políticas Anti-cíclicas? Degol Hailu, John Weeks, One Pager 92, 01/03/2010

Um Instrumento, muitos Alvos: O Desafio de Política Macroeconômica para Timor-Leste Rui A. Gomes, Degol Hailu One Pager 93 01/03/2010

A Crise Econômica Global Estorva o Desenvolvimento Humano. Como? Degol Hailu, One Pager 95, 01/02/2010

O Nexo Macro-micro no Incremento da Ajuda: o caso do Controle de HIV eAIDS no Quênia, Maláui e Zâmbia Degol Hailu, Sonal Singh Policy Research Brief 11, 10/08/2009

Estão as Chitas Seguindo no Encalço dos Tigres? Sondando as Elevadas Taxas de Crescimento na África Degol Hailu, One Pager 70, 21/07/2009

Fornecimento de Serviços de Utilidade Pública: Desenho dos Contratos, no Interesse dos Pobres Degol Hailu, Portia Hunt Policy Research Brief 10 19/06/2009

Bancarizando os Não-bancarizados Melhorando o Acesso aos Serviços Financeiros, Asad Kamran Ghalib, Degol Hailu, Policy Research Brief 9, 19/06/2009

O Debate Macroeconômico Sobre a Ampliação do Financiamento para HIV/AIDS, Terry McKinley, Degol Hailu, Policy Research Brief 1, 19/06/2009

A Macroeconomia da Ampliação da Escala da Ajuda: O que Sabemos, no Quênia, Maláui e Zâmbia, Degol Hailu, One Pager 67, 17/04/2009

Acesso Eqüitativo aos Serviços Básicos: Quem o Garantirá? Degol Hailu, One Pager 55, 06/03/2009

O Acesso Eqüitativo a Serviços Financeiros: São Suficientes os Microfinanciamentos? Degol Hailu, One Pager 59, 29/10/2008

Altas de Tarifas com Baixo Investimento: A História do Setor Urbano de Água na Zâmbia Hulya Dagdeviren, Degol Hailu, One Pager 57, 01/10/2008


Publications in Spanish

¿Se Debería Prohibir el khat? Impacto Sobre el Desarrollo, Degol Hailu, One Pager 40, 01/10/2010

¿El Consenso de Washington ha Muerto? Degol Hailu, One Pager 82, 01/09/2010

La Respuesta de Indonesia a la Crisis Económica y Financiera: ¿Ha Vuelto el Estado Desarrollista? Degol Hailu, One Pager 86, 01/07/2010

¿Cuál es la Explicación para el Descenso de la Desigualdad en Brasil? Degol Hailu, Sergei Suarez Dillon Soares, One Pager 89, 01/05/2010

¿Los Países de Bajos Ingresos Pueden Adoptar Políticas Anticíclicas? Degol Hailu, John Weeks, One Pager 92, 01/04/2010

La Crisis Económica Mundial Obstaculiza el Desarrollo Humano. ¿Cómo? Degol Hailu, One Pager 95, 01/02/2010

El Acceso Equitativo a los Servicios Básicos: Más Allá del Dilema Abastecimiento Público versus Abastecimiento Privado, Degol Hailu, Raquel Tsukada, Policy In Focus 18, 01/01/2010

Transferencias Monetarias - Lecciones de África y América Latina Degol Hailu, Fabio Veras Soares, Policy In Focus 15, 01/07/2009

El Nexo Macro y Microeconómico en el Aumento de la Asistencia: El Caso del Control del VIH y el SIDA en Kenia, Malaui y Zambia, Degol Hailu, Sonal Singh, Policy Research Brief 11, 30/06/2009

Suministro de Servicios Públicos: Elaboración de Contratos en Pro de los Pobres, Degol Hailu, Portia Hunt, Policy Research Brief 10, 30/06/2009

Bancarización de los no Bancarizados: Mejorar el Acceso a Servicios Financieros, Asad Kamran Ghalib, Degol Hailu, Policy Research Brief 9, 30/06/2009

El Debate Macroeconómico Sobre el Aumento de Fondos para Combatir el VIH/SIDA Terry McKinley, Degol Hailu, Policy Research Brief 1, 30/06/2009

¿Las Chitas Están Siguiendo el Camino de los Tigres? Analizando las Altas Tasas de Crecimiento en África, Degol Hailu, One Pager 70, 08/05/2009

La Macroeconomía del Aumento de la Asistencia: lo que Sabemos de Kenia, Malaui y Zambia, Degol Hailu, One Pager 67, 08/05/2009

Expansión de los Ricos, Contracción de los Pobres. La Paradoja de la Política Macroeconómica en Etiopía , Degol Hailu, One Pager 78, 17/04/2009

Acceso Equitativo a Servicios Básicos: ¿Quién lo Garantizará? Degol Hailu, One Pager 55, 06/03/2009

Acceso equitativo a servicios financieros: ¿La microfinanciación es suficiente? Degol Hailu, One Pager 59, 29/10/2008

Aumentos tarifarios con inversiones bajas: La historia del sector urbano del agua en Zambia, Hulya Dagdeviren, Degol Hailu, One Pager 57, 01/10/2008  


Publications in French

Les Pays à Faible Revenu Peuvent-ils Adopter des Politiques Anticycliques? Degol Hailu, John Weeks, One Pager 92, 01/03/2010

Un seul Instrument Pour Plusieurs Cibles : Le Défi Posé par la Politique Macroéconomique du Timor-Leste, Rui A. Gomes, Degol Hailu, One Pager 93, 01/02/2010

Qui garantira l’accès équitable aux services de base? Degol Hailu, One Pager 55, 06/03/2009

Accès équitable aux services financiers: la microfinance suffit-elle? Degol Hailu, One Pager 59, 29/10/2008

Hausse des tarifs et faiblesse de l’investissement : le cas du secteur de la distribution urbaine de l’eau en Zambie, Hulya Dagdeviren, Degol Hailu, One Pager 57, 01/10/2008

Faut-il Interdire le Khat? L’impact sur le Développement, Degol Hailu, One Pager 40, 20/08/2008  


Publications in Arabic

Can Low-Income Countries Adopt Counter-Cyclical Policies? Degol Hailu, John Weeks, One Pager 92, 06/12/2016

The Global Economic Crisis Hampers Human Development. How? Degol Hailu, One Pager 95, 10/11/2016

The Indonesian Response to the Financial and Economic Crisis: Is the Developmental State Back? Degol Hailu, One Pager 86, 06/07/2016  


Publications in Chinese

The Global Economic Crisis Hampers Human Development. How? Degol Hailu, One Pager 95, 28/10/2011

Can Low-Income Countries Adopt Counter-Cyclical Policies? Degol Hailu, John Weeks One Pager 92, 15/02/2011