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2021 Working Papers

  • WP 2021 – 01: D., Wandji, J., Allouche (2021)

Pairing Social Innovation and Resilience to Achieve Trans-formative Change: From innovative solutions to innovative ways of understanding problems

  •  WP 2021 – 02: O., Adesida, G., Karuri-Sebina, K., Thaver (2021)

Strengthening Innovation Ecosystems in Africa Seeking out the systemic changes in the wake of COVID-19

  • WP 2021 – 03: M.B., Ting, C.P Naidoo (2021)

Uncertainty: A Trigger towards Transformative Policies and Innovation

  • WP 2021 – 04: A.E., Manyuchi, J.O., Mugabe (2021)

Unlocking Systemic Barriers to Health Innovations for COVID-19 in Africa

  • WP 2021 – 05: K., Lee (2021)

Revisiting Resource-based Development Strategies in the Post Pandemic Era

  • WP 2021 – 06: I., Petersen, N., Mustapha, N., Van Rheede, G., Kruss (2021)

Harnessing Innovation in the Informal Food Services Sector: Insights for public policy in the age of COVID-19

  • WP 2021 – 07: S., Chakravarty, P., Knorringa (2021)

Enabling Inclusive Technological Change through Transformative Policies: Frugal innovations from medical device manufacturing firms in South Africa

  • WP 2021 – 08: O., Soumonni, P., Sègla (2021)

Endogenous Pharmaceutical Innovation in the Era of COVID-19: Epistemological perspectives from Benin and South Africa

  • WP 2021 – 09: J., Atela , N., Ndege, M., Pelling (2021)

Science-policy Interface in the Pro-poor Response to COVID-19 in Africa: Lessons for post-pandemic planning

  • WP 2021 – 10: J., Park (2021)

Sustainable Development Finance and Investments in the Age of COVID-19 Theoretical and policy implications for Africa

  • WP 2021 – 11: J., Gatune, G., Karuri-Sebina, A., Kingiri, E., Lorenz, D., de Boer (2021)

Different Strokes of the 4th Industrial Revolution: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic on technological change and prospects for Africa

  • WP 2021 – 12: M., Hadeshi (2021)

Industrial Recovery in postCOVID-19 Sub-Saharan Africa

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