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Inequality in Africa.. Article Analysis
Transcript of Inequality in Africa.. Article Analysis
In Africa Afaf Al Riyami
Azza Al Habsi
Ghitha Al Kalbani
Iman Al Toubi Summary How to analyze the economic article? The Author The Article's Source The Evidence Testing using MDGs
(Millennium Development Goals) Testing using Gini Coefficient Testing using Size Distribution Team's View Conclusion The Wold Economy
2008/2009 Professional economics editor
Since 1988 No bias! Larry Elliott Africa Progress Panel report "Africa's spectacular growth jeopardized by rising inequality, new report warns" Larry Elliott The Guardian Newspaper Prepared by: Co-author of three books
with Dan Atkinson. Primary Objective:
To advocate for shared responsibility between African leaders and their international partners. Africa Progress Panel members Focuses on complex and high-impact issues
Peace and security
Sustainable economic development
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Testing using IHDI
(Income Human Development Index) Article Writer Definitions Well Written Smooth Info Flow Marginalization Destitution Unbiased Well-known economic analytic Follows the basics of writing articles ”Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1997 to 2006” Kofi Annan “an Economist and the founder of Grameen Bank and Nobel laureate” Muhammad Yunus “President of Nigeria between 1999 and 2007” Olusegun Obasanjo Analysis Outcome High growth, despite huge inequality + almost half of Africans are living below poverty line. African countries are trying to achieve the Millenium Goals. In global crisis, African countries seemed to perform well. Ghana scored highest growth in 2008. Article Summary Team’s View Analysis Outcome Testings & Evidence Author & the Source Article Analysis Process Growth in Africa
UN’s Millennium Development Goals
Long Term Raising Inequality