Morten Jerven
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Poor numbers
M Jerven
Poor Numbers, 2013
11942013
Africa: Why economists get it wrong
M Jerven
Zed Books Ltd., 2015
1852015
African growth recurring: an economic history perspective on African growth episodes, 1690–2010
M Jerven
Economic History of Developing Regions 25 (2), 127-154, 2010
1222010
Writing history backwards or sideways: towards a consensus on A frican population, 1850–2010
E Frankema, M Jerven
The Economic History Review 67 (4), 907-931, 2014
1132014
Comparability of GDP estimates in S ub‐S aharan A frica: The effect of Revisions in Sources and Methods Since Structural Adjustment
M Jerven
Review of Income and Wealth 59, S16-S36, 2013
1002013
The quest for the African dummy: explaining African post‐colonial economic performance revisited
M Jerven
Journal of International Development 23 (2), 288-307, 2011
982011
The relativity of poverty and income: how reliable are African economic statistics?
M Jerven
African Affairs 109 (434), 77-96, 2010
962010
How much will a data revolution in development cost?
M Jerven
Forum for Development Studies 44 (1), 31-50, 2017
76*2017
The Political Economy of Agricultural Statistics and Input Subsidies: Evidence from I ndia, N igeria and M alawi
M Jerven
Journal of Agrarian Change 14 (1), 129-145, 2014
76*2014
Briefing: For richer, for poorer: GDP revisions and Africa's statistical tragedy
M Jerven
African Affairs 112 (446), 138-147, 2013
722013
Statistical tragedy in Africa? Evaluating the data base for African economic development
M Jerven, D Johnston
The Journal of Development Studies 51 (2), 111-115, 2015
652015
Accounting for the African growth miracle: The official evidence–Botswana 1965–1995
M Jerven
Journal of Southern African Studies 36 (1), 73-94, 2010
652010
Random growth in Africa? Lessons from an evaluation of the growth evidence on Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia, 1965–1995
M Jerven
The Journal of Development Studies 46 (2), 274-294, 2010
63*2010
Economic growth and measurement reconsidered in Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia, 1965-1995
M Jerven
OUP Oxford, 2014
61*2014
Does it pay to be poor? Testing for systematically underreported GNI estimates
A Kerner, M Jerven, A Beatty
The Review of International Organizations 12 (1), 1-38, 2017
59*2017
Revising GDP estimates in sub-Saharan Africa: lessons from Ghana
M Jerven, ME Duncan
African Statistical Journal 15, 13-24, 2012
572012
A West A frican experiment: constructing a GDP series for colonial G hana, 1891–1950
M Jerven
The Economic History Review 67 (4), 964-992, 2014
49*2014
An unlevel playing field: national income estimates and reciprocal comparison in global economic history
M Jerven
Journal of Global History 7 (1), 107-128, 2012
482012
Users and producers of African income: Measuring the progress of African economies
M Jerven
African Affairs 110 (439), 169-190, 2011
462011
Patterns of manufacturing growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
G Austin, E Frankema, M Jerven
The spread of modern industry to the periphery since, 1871
451871
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