TPRTP is a non-profit, non-governmental, and non-partisan international organization set up within the Department of Economics, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. It is committed to the analysis of international trade issues for the promotion of the integration of African economies both regionally and with the Global economy.
TPRTP carries on its activities mainly by focusing on the overall understanding of the workings of the major Bilateral and Multilateral Organizations, policy outcome of international trade issues and decisions and the implications of the domestic policies of African economies on international trade and trade agreements.
Felix Fofana N’Zue, Economic Policy Analysis Unit, ECOWAS
The objective of this study is to contribute to the understanding of the relationship between economic freedom and economic performance as it applies to ECOWAS countries. It used the Heritage Foundation measure of economic freedom and analysed the impact of change in economic freedom on economy-wide, agricultural, industrial and service sectors’ performances.
Abu Bakarr Tarawalie
Director of Research and Statistics, West African Monetary Institute (WAMI), Gulf House, Accra, Ghana.
In this study, the relationship between inflation and economic growth in Sierra Leone was examined using annual data for 1970 to 2008. Specifically, the study used the conditional least square econometric technique to estimate the threshold level of inflation conducive for growth, as well as identifying the key determinants of economic growth in Sierra Leone.