Regional Inequalities in Sub-Saharan Africa
Two IMF economists look at inequality in a sub-Saharan African setting using a variety of measures - traditional measures looking at household incomes, supplemented by newer indicators looking at satellite images measuring light intensity across the continent.
You might think about how inequality affects development, and what sorts of relationships you'd expect to find between regional inequality and a range of factors, such as macroeconomic stability, access to electricity and other aspects of poverty.
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