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Ethiopia - Enhancing Economic Development and Job Creation in Addis Ababa - the role of the city administration : Enhancing Economic Development and Job Creation in Addis Ababa - The Role of the City Administration (Inglês)

Addis Ababa will play a major role in Ethiopia’s aspirations to reach middle income status, yet institutional inefficiencies currently hamper structural transformation. Addis Ababa contributes a third of Ethiopia’s manufacturing sector GDP and over half of urban employment. Yet, current policy restrictions on access to land already seem to be leading to a declining share of employment in the manufacturing sectors in which Addis Ababa is specialized, without a significant increase in the high value added sectors policy makers seek for the city. Policy makers at the city as well as national level therefore need to rapidly undertake efforts towards instituting a conducive environment for the development and attraction of these higher tech sectors. Given that unemployment in Addis Ababa is already the highest in urban Ethiopia, urgent action is needed to encourage economic succession to provide sources of employment for citizens. This report provides recommendations on the role of the City Administration in economic development and recommends a focus on better access to land, simpler procedures for domestic and diaspora investors, more competitively targeted enterprise support and increased capacity of the city administration.

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  • Data do documento

    2018/05/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    127423

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    África,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2018/06/20

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Enhancing Economic Development and Job Creation in Addis Ababa - The Role of the City Administration

  • Palavras-chave

    Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index; private sector development specialist; Micro and Small Enterprises; Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia; access to land; computable general equilibrium model; Job Creation; gross domestic product; share of employment; high productivity jobs; information communication technology; access to finance; grievance redress mechanism; total labor force; highly skilled personnel; share of wage; amount of land; urban land management; land allocation decisions; level of capacity; higher value added; social accounting matrix; area of jurisdiction; source of employment; high technology manufacturing; senior operations; capacity for implementation; tax administration system; high tech industry; economically active population; job creation potential; access to information; decline in unemployment; market entry barrier; law enforcement activity; retail trade sector; trade and competitiveness; economies of scale; service and infrastructure; chamber of commerce; number of jobs; urban land policy; capacity of city; share of output; national policy objective; reduction in unemployment; children per woman; opportunities for corruption; balanced regional development; finance and markets; effective service delivery; provision of service; federal government agency; business plan competition; business development service; skilled human resource; growth and development; mixed use; land use; comparative advantage; foreign investor; federal agency; industrial park; labor productivity

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