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Looming Debt Crisis in Sub-Saharan Africa: Drivers, Implications and Policy Options

Working Paper, November 2020 | Leonce Ndikumana, Theresa Mannah-Blankson, Angelica Espiritu Njuguna

Research

Capital Flight from South Africa: A Case Study

Working Paper, July 2020 | Leonce Ndikumana, Karmen Naidoo, Adam Aboobaker

Commentary

How Kleptocracy Impoverishes Angola, Côte d’Ivoire, and South Africa

The Real News Network

Interview, February 2019 | Leonce Ndikumana

How Kleptocracy Impoverishes Angola, Côte d’Ivoire, and South Africa In The Real News Network interview, PERI's Léonce Ndikumana discusses a new methodology for estimating the extent of capital flight from African countries.    >> Watch interview>> Read study "Magnitude and Mechanisms of Capital Flight from Angola, Cote d’Ivoire and South Africa" by Léonce Ndikumana and James Boyce
Commentary
Why Africa Is Actually a Net Creditor to the Rest of the World - Part 2  In the second part of an interview with actvism.org, PERI's Léonce Ndikumana examines how Western governments, multinational corporations, and the international banking system impact capital flight from Africa.>> Watch interview.
Commentary

Unfair Global Tax System Makes Sustainable Development Impossible

The Real News Network

Interview, October 2018 | Leonce Ndikumana

Unfair Global Tax System Makes Sustainable Development Impossible In The Real News Network interview, PERI's Léonce Ndikumana asserts that corporate tax havens make it difficult for African governments to secure revenue to meet the United Nation's sustainable development goals. >> Watch interview
Commentary
Why Africa Is Actually a Net Creditor to the Rest of the World PERI's Léonce Ndikumana examines how foreign direct investment, debt, and capital flight are affecting the African economy. This is part 1 of a 3-part interview with Germany's actvism.org. >> Watch interview.
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