A major challenge that the Research Programme Consortium on Institutions and Pro-Poor Growth (IPPG) cluster of research on state-business relations (SBRs) has addressed involves understanding the relationship between SBRs and economic performance. This note discusses the findings of four African case studies in this regard: Ghana, Mauritius, South Africa and Zambia.
This essay is included in the publication Effective State-Business Relations, Industrial Policy and Economic Growth.
Essay from ‘Effective State-Business Relations, Industrial Policy and Economic Growth’, edited by D. Willem te Velde. 2 pp.