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Economic Governance in Africa

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Syllabus of the Subject: Doing Business and Economic Governance in Africa.

  1. Introduction to the Political and Economic Governance in Africa;
  2. Role of the African Union, the African Development Bank, and the Economic Commission for Africa;
  3. African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) - AUDA-NEPAD;
  4. African Doing Business Ranking;
  5. Democratic Governance in Africa;
  6. Civil Tensions in the African continent;
  7. Armed Conflicts in Africa;
  8. Economic Governance in Africa;
  9. Business Climate in Africa;
  10. Corruption in Africa;
  11. Illicit Financial Flows in Africa
    1. Intergovernmental Action Group against Money Laundering in West Africa;
    2. Eastern and Southern Africa Anti-Money Laundering Group;
    3. African Tax Administration Forum.
  12. Ibrahim Index of African Governance.

Doing Business and economic governance in Africa:
Business and Governance in Africa. African Business Ranking. Illicit Financial Flows. Ibrahim Index

Online Education (Courses, Masters, Doctorate): African Business and Economy

African Student, Doctorate, Master, International Business, Foreign Trade

The Subject “Doing Business and Economic Governance in Africa” belongs to the following Online Higher Educational Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Doctorate (DIB): African Business, World Trade.

Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB). Online Education

Masters (MIB): Business in Africa, International Business.

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB) - Online Education

Course: African Economy.

Learning materials in Courses, Masters, Doctorate in International Business and Foreign Trade in English or Study, Course Master Doctorate in International Business in French Gouvernance économique en Afrique Masters Foreign Trade in Portuguese Governança económica na África Study Master Doctorate in International Business in Spanish Gobernanza en África.

Index of African Governance (Doctorate Master Course)

We Trust in Africa (Affordable Higher Education for Africans) Kenya, Nigeria, Sudan, Ghana, Tanzania, Cameroon, Egypt...

Doing Business and Economic Governance in Africa.

In the last fifteen years, the political and economic governance in Africa has improved.

  1. Peaceful elections;
  2. Democratic governments;
  3. Increase of the role of the women in political activities;
  4. A collection of tax revenues;
  5. Fight again corruption;
  6. Armed conflicts reduction (“Silencing the Guns” vision of the African Union).


  1. Countries in democratic transition;
  2. Protests of the population;
  3. Low wages;
  4. Violence - Terrorism;
  5. Arab Spring;
  6. Social unrest;
  7. Cross-border conflicts.

The best country by budget transparency improvements is Burkina Faso.

The ten least corrupt African Countries (Transparency International) are Cape Verde, the Seychelles, Rwanda, Mauritius, Lesotho, Namibia, Ghana, São Tomé and Príncipe, South Africa, and Senegal.

The countries with the highest business environment improvement in Africa (since 2000) are Liberia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Mauritius, and Senegal (Source: African Development Bank).

The largest African Countries exporters of illicit outflows are Nigeria and South Africa.

The Mo Ibrahim Index of African Governance analyses the political and economic governance situation in thirty African Countries.

Top ten countries in the Mo Ibrahim Index of African Governance:

  1. Mauritius;
  2. Cape Verde;
  3. Botswana;
  4. South Africa;
  5. Seychelles;
  6. Namibia;
  7. Ghana;
  8. Tunisia;
  9. Senegal;
  10. Lesotho.

African Easy of Doing Business Ranking (World Bank).

Mauritius is the African Country with the highest rank in the Easy of Doing Business rank (World Bank), followed by South Africa, Rwanda, Ghana, " Botswana, the Seychelles, Namibia, Eswatini (Swaziland), Zambia, and Cape Verde.

The ten countries with the lowest rank are Liberia, Mauritania, Guinea-Bissau, Angola, Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Chad, South Sudan, the Central African Republic and Eritrea.

  1. Mauritius;
  2. South Africa;
  3. Rwanda;
  4. Ghana;
  5. Botswana;
  6. Seychelles;
  7. Namibia;
  8. Eswatini (Swaziland);
  9. Zambia;
  10. Cape Verde;
  11. Mozambique;
  12. Lesotho;
  13. Tanzania;
  14. Ethiopia;
  15. Kenya;
  16. Gambia;
  17. Sierra Leone;
  18. Gabon;
  19. Mali;
  20. Ivory Coast;
  21. Togo;
  22. Uganda;
  23. Benin;
  24. Burundi;
  25. São Tomé and Príncipe;
  26. Cameroon;
  27. Comoros;
  28. Sudan;
  29. Senegal;
  30. Madagascar;
  31. Malawi;
  32. Equatorial Guinea;
  33. Burkina Faso;
  34. Niger;
  35. Guinea;
  36. Nigeria;
  37. Zimbabwe;
  38. Liberia;
  39. Mauritania;
  40. Congo, Rep;
  41. Guinea-Bissau;
  42. Angola;
  43. Congo, Dem. Rep;
  44. Chad;
  45. South Sudan;
  46. Central African Republic;
  47. Eritrea.

Master/ Course: African Peer review mechanism

EENI African Business Portal.

Economic Area of the African Civilization.

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