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Christian S. Otchia
Christian S. Otchia
Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei e.mbox.nagoya-u.ac.jp
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Agricultural modernization, structural change and pro-poor growth: Policy Options for the Democratic Republic of Congo
CS Otchia
Journal of Economic Structures 3 (1), 1-43, 2014
402014
Explaining differing perceptions of employees’ skill needs: the case of garment workers in Ethiopia
S Yamada, CS Otchia, K Taniguchi
International Journal of Training and Development, 2018
162018
Industrial growth in sub-Saharan Africa: evidence from machine learning with insights from nightlight satellite images
C Otchia, S Asongu
Journal of Economic Studies, 2020
152020
Mining-based growth and productive transformation in the Democratic Republic of Congo: What can an African lion learn from an Asian tiger?
CS Otchia
Resources Policy 45, 227-238, 2015
152015
Domestic agricultural value chain development and pro‐poor growth: A computable general equilibrium microsimulation application for the Democratic Republic of Congo
CS Otchia
Review of Development Economics 23 (1), 475-500, 2019
82019
How could Industrial Structure Guide the Choice of Development Strategy? A Field of Influence Analysis for the Democratic Republic of Congo
CS Otchia
The International Journal of Economic Policy Studies 8, 89-112, 2013
82013
On promoting entrepreneurship and job creation in Africa: Evidence from Ghana and Kenya
CS Otchia
Economics Bulletin 39 (2), 908-918, 2019
72019
Interactions between vocational and attitudinal skills in labour market outcomes: findings from the skills’ assessment of garment factory workers in Ethiopia
CS Otchia, S Yamada
Journal of Vocational Education & Training 73 (1), 24-46, 2021
52021
An Integrated Approach to Trade Policy, Poverty and Income Distribution in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A CGE-Microsimulation Analysis
CS OTCHIA
国際開発研究 22 (1), 39-53, 2013
52013
Designing integrated industrial policies volume I: for inclusive development in Asia
ST Otsubo, CS Otchia
Routledge, 2020
42020
Perception gaps on employable skills between technical and vocational education and training (TVET) teachers and students: the case of the garment sector in Ethiopia
S Yamada, CS Otchia
Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning 11 (1), 199-213, 2020
42020
Reconciling heterogeneous results on the returns to skills in Africa
CS Otchia, S Yamada
Journal of Education and Work 32 (5), 484-499, 2019
42019
The legacy of the reformasi: the role of local government spending on industrial development in a decentralized Indonesia
BA Wiryawan, C Otchia
Journal of Economic Structures 11 (1), 1-19, 2022
22022
Commodity booms will not last forever: Implications and recommendations for the Democratic Republic of Congo
CS Otchia
The Extractive Industries and Society 6 (2), 279-292, 2019
22019
Distributional and poverty effects of agriculture trade liberalisation: the case of the Democratic Republic of Congo
CS Otchia
UNCTAD Virtual Institute project on trade and poverty, UNCTAD-VI, Geneva, 2014
22014
Industrial growth with poverty reduction and equity? Predictions from nighttime lights in Vietnam
C Otchia, T Yamada
Predictions from nighttime lights in Vietnam (December 10, 2021), 2021
12021
Returns to Educational Attainment in Urban Ghana: The Role of Job-to-Job Transition
CS Otchia
Progress in Development Studies 21 (1), 51-67, 2021
12021
Mechanisms and impacts of innovation on firm survival: evidence from sub-Saharan Africa
CS Otchia
Designing Integrated Industrial Policies Volume II, 135-160, 2020
12020
The state of global manufacturing and risks of deindustrialization in the developing world
CS Otchia, ST Otsubo
Designing Integrated Industrial Policies Volume II, 46-94, 2020
12020
Structural change and premature deindustrialization in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1970–2013: an input–output perspective
C Otchia
27th input–output association conference, Glasgow, Scotland 27, 2019
12019
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