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Louise Fox, Alun Thomas, and Cleary Haines
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April 2017
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Appendix
Appendix Table 1.Sub-Saharan Africa: Country Groups Used in This Paper
Resource RichUpper Middle-IncomeLower Middle-IncomeLow-Income
AngolaBotswana*Cameroon*Benin*Guinea-BissauRwanda*
ChadCape Verde*Côte d’Ivoire*Burkina Faso*Kenya*Sierra Leone*
Congo, Dem. Rep.*Gabon*Ghana*Burundi*Liberia*Somalia
Congo, Rep.Mauritius*LesothoCentral African Rep.MadagascarTanzania*
GuineaNamibia*MauritaniaComoros*Malawi*Togo*
Nigeria*SeychellesSão Tomé and Príncipe*EritreaMaliUganda*
SudanSouth Africa*Senegal*Ethiopia*Mozambique*Zimbabwe*
Zambia*Equatorial GuineaSwazilandGambia, TheNiger*
Note: Sudan includes South Sudan due to data availability. * signifies employment estimates based on actual household surveys.Countries marked with * are “Resource rich” with a LFPR 88%
Note: Sudan includes South Sudan due to data availability. * signifies employment estimates based on actual household surveys.Countries marked with * are “Resource rich” with a LFPR 88%
Appendix Table 2.Asia: Country Groups Used in this Paper
South AsiaEast Asia
Low-Middle-IncomeLow-IncomeLow-Middle-IncomeLow-Income
BhutanBangladeshIndonesiaCambodia
IndiaNepalLao P.D.R.Myanmar
Sri LankaMongolia
PakistanPhilippines
Vietnam
Appendix Table 3.List of Country Abbreviations
AGOAngolaCOMComorosLSOLesothoSSDSouth Sudan
BGDBangladeshCPVCabo VerdeMDGMadagascarSTPSão Tomé and Príncipe
BDIBurundiERIEritreaMLIMaliSWZSwaziland
BENBeninETHEthiopiaMOZMozambiqueSYCSeychelles
BFABurkina FasoGABGabonMUSMauritiusTCDChad
BWABotswanaGHAGhanaMWIMalawiTGOTogo
KHMCambodiaGINGuineaNAMNamibiaTZATanzania
CAFCentral African RepublicGMBGambia, TheNERNigerUGAUganda
CIVCôte d’Ivoire CameroonGNBGuinea-BissauNIGNigeriaVNMVietnam
CMRCameroonGNQEquatorial GuineaRWARwandaZAFSouth Africa
CODCongo, Dem. Rep. ofKENKenyaSENSenegalZMBZambia
COGCongo, Rep. ofLBRLiberiaSLESierra LeoneZWEZimbabwe
Appendix Table 4.Sub-Saharan Africa and Asian Countries: GDP per Capita (Current U.S. dollars)
Country2012
Burundi286
Malawi360
Niger431
Liberia439
Madagascar445
Central African Republic480
Gambia, The499
Ethiopia504
Eritrea505
Togo590
Mozambique590
Guinea-Bissau600
Sierra Leone634
Uganda678
Burkina Faso679
Nepal686
Rwanda688
São Tomé and Príncipe688
Mali703
Benin808
Comoros815
Tanzania870
Bangladesh916
Cambodia946
Zimbabwe961
Senegal1,037
Cameroon1,234
Côte d’Ivoire1,235
Kenya1,239
Lesotho1,267
Pakistan1,280
Lao P.D.R.1,414
India1,471
Ghana1,683
Vietnam1,753
Sub-Saharan African countries (median)678
South Asia (median)1,098
East Asia (median)1,414
Source: IMF, World Economic Outlook January 2016.
Source: IMF, World Economic Outlook January 2016.
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