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Isaac K. Kanyama, Ph.D.
Isaac K. Kanyama, Ph.D.
Faculty of Economics and Management, University of Kinshasa
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Access to credit by firms in Sub-Saharan Africa: How relevant is gender?
E Asiedu, I Kalonda-Kanyama, L Ndikumana, A Nti-Addae
American Economic Review 103 (3), 293-297, 2013
2482013
Quality of institutions: Does intelligence matter?
IK Kanyama
Intelligence 42, 44-52, 2014
742014
The impact of HIV/AIDS on foreign direct investment: Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa
E Asiedu, Y Jin, IK Kanyama
Journal of African Trade 2 (1), 1-17, 2015
522015
Time-varying parameters in the almost ideal demand system and the Rotterdam model: will the best specification please stand up?
WA Barnett, IK Kanyama
Applied Economics 45 (29), 4169-4183, 2013
192013
The impact of HIV/AIDS on foreign direct investment in developing countries
E Asiedu, Y Jin, I Kanyama
University of Kansas Mime, 2011
92011
Quality of institutions: Does intelligence matter
O Kodila-Tedika, I Kalonda-Kanyama
Economic Research Southern Africa. Working papers 308, 2012
72012
Alcohol and corruption
O Kodila-Tedika, I Kanyama-Kalonda, F Azia-Dimbu
Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Economics 4 (2), 149-156, 2013
62013
Civil war, sexual violence and HIV infections: Evidence from the Democratic Republic of the Congo
I Kalonda-Kanyama
Journal of African Development 12, 47-60, 2010
52010
Access to Credit in Sub-Saharan Africa: How Relevant Is Gender
E Asiedu, I Kalonda-Kanyama, L Ndikumana, A Nti-Addae
University of Kansas: Lawrence, KS, USA, 2012
42012
Is sticky price adjustment important for output fluctuations?
JW Keating, IK Kanyama
Review of Keynesian Economics 3 (3), 392-418, 2015
12015
A new look at the effect of the determinants of government institutions: A cross-sectional analysis
I Kalonda-Kanyama
12012
A new look at the effect of the determinants of government institutions: A cross-sectional analysis
I Kanyama
University Library of Munich, Germany, 2012
2012
Shifting Preferences and Time-Varying Parameters in Demand Analysis: A Monte Carlo Study
IK Kanyama
University of Kansas, 2011
2011
An analysis of the economic impact of the business environment factors on rm growth in Sub-Saharan Africa
I Kalonda-Kanyama
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