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Ruggeri Laderchi, Caterina, Hans Lofgren, and Rahimaisa Abdula. 2010. "Addressing Gender Inequality in Ethiopia: Trends, Impacts, and the Way Forward," pp. 193-227 in eds. Jorge Arbache, Alexandre Kolev, and Ewa Filipiak. Gender Disparities in Africa's Labor Market. Africa Development Forum. Agence Française de Développement and the World Bank.

World Bank. 2009. Unleashing the Potential of Ethiopian Women: Trends and Options for Economic Empowerment (626 KB). Report 49366-ET. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management 2, Africa Region. Washington, D.C. (For MAMS-related materials, prepared by Hans Lofgren, Caterina Ruggeri Laderchi and Rahimaisa Abdula, see pp. 44-52.) For related presentation, see below Ruggeri Laderchi, Caterina, and Hans Lofgren. 2008.

Ruggeri Laderchi, Caterina, and Hans Lofgren. 2008. Unleashing the Potential of Ethiopian Women: Trends and Options for Economic Empowerment (620 KB). Edited and synthesized version of presentations to the Ministry of Finance and Development given on July 2, 2008 in Addis Ababa and to the International Conference on the Ethiopian Economy of the Ethiopian Economic Association, held on July 4, 2008 at the United Nations Conference Center in Addis Ababa. The presentations were based on World Bank Report 49366-ET (see above).

Lofgren, Hans. 2008. “An Exploratory General-Equilibrium Analysis of Time, Gender, and Education in Ethiopia.”  (180 KB). Presentation given via video link to the Department for International Development (DfID) – World Bank Seminar “Integrating Gender into Country-Level Growth Analysis: Practical Tools and Analytical Approaches,” held at the UK Department for International Development (DfID), London, June 2-3, 2008. Related paper (145 KB).

Lofgren, Hans, and Carolina Diaz-Bonilla. 2008. "Foreign aid, taxes, and government productivity: Alternative scenarios for Ethiopia’s Millennium Development Goal Strategy," pp. 267-300 in eds. Delfin S. Go and John Page, Africa at a Turning Point? Growth, Aid, and External Shocks. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.

World Bank. 2007. Capturing the Demographic Bonus in Ethiopia: The Role of Gender Equitable Development and Demographic Actions. Sector Report No. 36434-ET. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management 2 (AFTP2). Country Department for Ethiopia. Africa Region. For MAMS-based inputs, prepared by Hans Lofgren and Rahimaisa Abdula, see pp. viii-ix and 105-114.

Christiaensen, Luc. 2006. Benefits from Accelerating the Demographic Transition – Evidence from Ethiopia. Presentation (with inputs from Hans Lofgren and Rahimaisa Abdula) given at the "Economists Forum" held at World Bank Headquarters, April 19. The presentation was based on World Bank Report No. 36434-ET. Capturing the Demographic Bonus in Ethiopia: The Role of Gender Equitable Development and Demographic Actions. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management 2 (AFTP2). Country Department for Ethiopia. Africa Region.

World Bank. 2007. Urban Labour Markets in Ethiopia: Challenges and ProspectsVolume I: Synthesis ReportVolume II: Background Papers.  Sector Report No. 38665-ET. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit, Africa Region. March, 2007. For MAMS-based inputs, prepared by Hans Lofgren and Rahimaisa Abdula, see Vol. I pp. 71-73 and Vol. II, pp. 167-175

World Bank Report. Ethiopia. Review of Public Finance. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit. Country Department for Ethiopia. Africa Region. Draft. June 15, 2006. For MAMS-based inputs, prepared by Hans Lofgren and Rahimaisa Abdula, see pp. 13-14, 41-47 and 89-93.

Lofgren, Hans, and Rahimaisa Abdula. 2006. "Domestic Policies and Foreign Aid: Alternative Scenarios for Ethiopia, 2006-2010." Background Paper for Ethiopia: Review of Public Finance. Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Unit. Country Department for Ethiopia. Africa Region. Draft. June 15.

Sundberg, Mark, and Hans Lofgren. 2006. "Absorptive Capacity and Achieving the MDGs: The Case of Ethiopia," pp. 141-167 in eds. Peter Isard, Leslie Lipschitz, Alex Mourmouras, and Boriana Yontcheva. The Macroeconomic Management of Foreign Aid: Opportunities and Pitfalls. Washington, DC: IMF.

Bourguignon, François, and Mark Sundberg. 2006. “Absorptive Capacity and Achieving the MDGs,” UNU-WIDER Research Paper No. 2006/47. May.

Bourguignon, Francois, and Mark Sundberg. 2006. "Constraints to Achieving the MDGs with Scaled-Up Aid", UNDESA Working Paper 15, March. United Nations: New York.

Sundberg, Mark, and Hans Lofgren. 2005. "Addressing absorptive capacity: the case of Ethiopia," box prepared for the Global Monitoring Report: Millennium Development Goals: From Consensus to Momentum (pp. 164-165), World Bank, 2005.

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