Global Agenda Outlook 2013Published by World Economic Forum, Geneva,Switzerland, 2013 ISBN-13: 92-95044-51-7 / 978-92-95044-51-7
The 2013 Resource Governance IndexA Measure of Transparency and Accountability in the Oil, Gas and Mining Sector Revenue Watch Institute 2013
Africa Competitiveness Report 2013The Africa Competitiveness Report 2013 is the result of collaboration among the World Economic Forum, the World Bank, the African Development Bank, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark. ISBN-10: 92-95044-44-4 ISBN-13: 978-92-95044-44-9 Copyright © 2013
Africa-BRICS CooperationImplications for Growth, Employment and Structural Transformation in Africa United Nations Economic Commission for Africa 2013
Development Challenges in Africa Towards 2050JICA May 2013
The APRM 10 Years After: Reviewing a Decade of Peer Learning and Projecting a Future Developmental Governance of AfricaThe APRM 10 Years After: Reviewing a Decade of Peer Learning and Projecting a Future Developmental Governance of Africa Policy Brief N°2 May 2013 Africa Governance Institute
Election-Related Disputes and Political ViolenceThe African Union Series Report of the AU Panel of the Wise July 2010 International Peace Institute
Sustainable Intensification: A New Paradigm for African AgricultureThe Montpellier Panel Report 2013
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