Assessing Macroeconomic Volatility on Growth: The Case of Sub-Saharan African Economies
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Publication InfoToh, K (2017). Assessing Macroeconomic Volatility on Growth: The Case of Sub-Saharan African Economies. 10.15640/jeds.v4n3a1. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/15042.
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Kiert Toh is Senior Fellow at DCID and a senior executive with 25 years of experience in international development with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), State Department. He held leadership and senior management positions as USAID Mission Director in Kenya (2001-2005) and Malawi (1997-2001), and attained the presidentially commissioned rank of Minister Counselor in the U.S. Senior Foreign Service. Since 2005, Toh has worked as international development consultant f
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