Key to the Horn: Ethiopia's growth to 2030

2017-05-04

Few African countries have developed as rapidly as Ethiopia over the past 25 years and that economic growth has also been paired with a sizeable expansion of service delivery. Nonetheless, Ethiopians continue to suffer from some of the lowest levels of access to basic services of any country in Africa – and indeed the world. This policy brief summarises the results from a more comprehensive study that explores options for the Government of Ethiopia and its development partners to advance human development and economic growth between now and 2030.


About the authors

Zachary Donnenfeld, Researcher, Institute for Security Studies

Alex Porter, Consultant, Institute for Security Studies

Jakkie Cilliers, Programme Head, Institute for Security Studies

Jonathan D Moyer, Director, Frederick S Pardee Center for International Futures, University of Denver

Andrew C Scott, Research Associate, Research Associate, Frederick S Pardee Center for International Futures, University of Denver

Joel Maweni, Research Associate, Frederick S Pardee Center for International Futures, University of Denver

Ciara Aucoin, Researcher, Institute for Security Studies.


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