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The countries of Sub-Saharan Africa have experienced both poor economic performance and substantial political instability since their independence. There have been numerous studies investigating the possible relationship between political instability and economic growth. The common approach to investigating this relationship is to measure the effect of economic growth on the probability of ...

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reforms, in the aftermath of an episode of social instability, in shaping the effect of social and political instability on output. 3.1 Short-term . Following previous studies in the literature on the short-term effects of social and political instability on output, the methodological approach used in the paper consists of regressing

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Political instability's significance is time consistent in cross-sectional regressions back to the 1960's, the period when the key data becomes available, robust in both country fixed-effects and instrumental variable regressions, and consistent across multiple measures of instability and of financial development.

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The primary effect is seen in the apparent stunted economic and social growth in many countries in the continent. Africa is naturally rich with resources like minerals, gems, rubber, radioactive elements, foodstuff, etc. Its people are some of the...

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Political instability is defined as the process whereby the political life or atmosphere of a country or nation suddenly changes or fails. When the political situation of a state or region is not certain because it has a high possibility of changing or getting disturbed, then we say there is political instability in that state or region.

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Mass migration from Venezuela has increased malaria resurgence risk across South America. During 2018, migrants from Venezuela constituted 96% of imported malaria cases along the Ecuador–Peru border. Plasmodium vivax predominated (96%). Autochthonous malaria cases emerged in areas previously malaria-free. Heightened malaria control and a response to this humanitarian crisis are imperative.

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contemporaneous political instability, this econometric method allows for the calculation of the causal effect of political instability on growth independent of the feedback effect of growth on political instability. 4 The periods are: 1960–64, 1965–69, 1970–74, 1975–79, 1980–84, 1985–89, 1990–94, 1995–99, and 2000–04.

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What Are Common Causes of Political Instability? Political instability can be caused by many factors, including conflict between rival parties, insufficient resources and the proximity to other nations in conflict. ... effects of political instability examples of political instability political instability and its effects consequences of ...

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We define “political instability” as the propensity of a government collapse, and we estimate a model in which political instability and economic growth are jointly determined. The main result of this paper is that in countries and time periods with a high propensity of government collapse, growth is significantly

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3.3 Africa Political violence and political instability. As an effect, the legitimate frameworks and state institutions have been meddle with, in order to generate an uneven play field alongside the opposition. Some of these procedures have seen irregular violence during electioneering era, leading to political instability.