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(p. xvii) List of Tables

(p. xvii) List of Tables

  1. 5.1 MPI for Ethiopia, selected years 71

  2. 5.2 GMPI by region in 2011 72

  3. 5.3 Number of students in government and non-government schools 72

  4. 7.1 Performance of federal courts 107

  5. 8.1 Performance overview of MoFA and Ethiopian diplomatic missions in attracting FDI, 2010/11–14/15 119

  6. 8.2 Performance of pre-investment facilitation by MoFA and Ethiopian diplomatic missions, 2014/15 119

  7. 8.3 Sectoral composition of companies recruited and conducted pre-investment visits, 2014–15 120

  8. 8.4 Ethiopia’s top ten export and import destinations, 2016 122

  9. 8.5 Import/export trade with the IGAD, 2016 122

  10. 8.6 Investment in Ethiopia from selected IGAD countries 124

  11. 8.7 Export of energy to neighbouring countries (in GWh) 128

  12. 8.8 Ethiopia’s performance in the Africa Regional Integration Index, 2016 129

  13. 9.1 Import penetration and export orientation in Ethiopian manufacturing, per cent 150

  14. 11.1 Public-sector external debt disbursement by sector (US$ millions), 2007/8–16/17 185

  15. 12.1 Selected indicators of infrastructural development in Ethiopia (performance under SDPRP and PASDEP) 195

  16. 12.2 Major investment projects of the GTP and the emphasis given to infrastructure 197

  17. 12.3 Selected indicators of infrastructural development in Ethiopia (performance under GTP) 198

  18. 12.4 Contribution of infrastructure to growth: demand side 204

  19. 12.5 Contribution of economic infrastructure to growth: supply side 206

  20. 14.1 Maximum tariffs and weighted averages by year 234

  21. 14.2 Ethiopia’s current account deficit 236

  22. 14.3 Ethiopian merchandise trade by broad categories, 2017 237

  23. 15.1 Ethiopia’s coffee production 252

  24. (p. xviii) 17.1 Climate change impact on revenue from crops, livestock, and agriculture 295

  25. 18.1 Most deprived and less deprived households: contrasting education, diet, and demography 316

  26. 19.1 Public expenditure, revenue, and GDP between 2007/8 and 2015/16 332

  27. 19.2 Total real poverty-targeted expenditure at 2010/11 prices 333

  28. 19.3 Expenditure on emergency relief programmes by donors and federal government 335

  29. 19.4 Trends in households’ sample size of HICE survey in Ethiopia 336

  30. 19.5 Total (absolute) poverty lines in calories and birr 337

  31. 19.6 Trends in national poverty and average welfare 340

  32. 19.7 Trends in rural/urban poverty and average welfare 341

  33. 19.8 Trends in regional poverty headcount indices 343

  34. 19.9 Trends in national, rural, and urban Gini coefficients 344

  35. 19.10 Geographic breakdown of Gini coefficient 345

  36. 19.11 Growth and redistribution decomposition of poverty changes 346

  37. 19.12 Elasticity of FGT indices to real per-adult total consumption expenditure 347

  38. 19.13 Sensitivity of poverty measures to the choice of poverty line 349

  39. 20.1 Trends in poverty and inequality, 1996–2011 357

  40. 20.2 Measure of pro-poor growth in Ethiopia, 1996–2011 358

  41. 20.3 Poverty spells experienced by (some) rural households in Ethiopia, 1994–2009 362

  42. 20.4 Poverty convergence in Ethiopian regions: system GMM estimation 362

  43. 21.1 Distribution of population by size-class of urban localities 371

  44. 21.2 Infant and under-five mortality rates in Ethiopia and sub-Saharan Africa 373

  45. 21.3 Total fertility rate in Ethiopia and in sub-Saharan Africa 375

  46. 22.1 Comparison of changes for average children and bottom asset quintile 387

  47. 22.2 Cereal import dependency ratio and value of food imports over total merchandise exports 388

  48. 23.1 Trends in prevalence of stunted children in Ethiopia, 2000–16, by child gender 401

  49. 23.2 Trends in prevalence of stunted children in Ethiopia, 2000–16, by residence 402

  50. 23.3 Trends in prevalence of stunted children in Ethiopia, 2000–16, by asset quintile 402

  51. (p. xix) 23.4 Dietary outcomes, children 6–23mo, 2011 and 2016, by residence 408

  52. 24.1 Percentage of households reporting that have ever benefited from PSNP public works activities, by activity and region 422

  53. 25.1 Key performance indicators and trends for primary education (Grades 1–8), 1995/6–2015/16 435

  54. 26.1 Yield, area, and production growth for the main cereals 457

  55. 26.2 Fertilizer, improved seeds, and extension coverage (all cereals) 458

  56. 27.1 Farm size distribution, 2003–16 475

  57. 27.2 Ox ownership and strategies used by non-owners, 2009–16 476

  58. 27.3 Smallholder crop producers: basic characteristics and trends by farm-size terciles, 2003–14 478

  59. 28.1 Households’ demand for credit from formal sources 497

  60. 28.2 Availability of rural financial institutions in the community 498

  61. 28.3 Reasons for not applying for loans from financial institutions 498

  62. 28.4 Purposes for which credit is taken up 500

  63. 29.1 Number of VSS-certified primary cooperatives, 2014 515

  64. 30.1 Overview of coffee plantations in Ethiopia’s main coffee areas in 2013 530

  65. 31.1 Performance of domestic flower firms 545

  66. 31.2 Wage after mandatory deductions and share of workers earning it 550

  67. 32.1 Degree of market integration of Addis Ababa with other cereal wholesale markets, 1999–2016 562

  68. 32.2 Price seasonality in cereals in Ethiopia 565

  69. 33.1 Livestock ownership and composition by type 573

  70. 33.2 Proportion of livestock sold, slaughtered, and purchased 577

  71. 33.3 Number of farmers using livestock extension services 583

  72. 33.1A Variables used in livestock growth accounting analyses 585

  73. 34.1 Domains, indicators, and weights in the 5DE 589

  74. 34.2 Measurements of empowerment at national, community, and household levels 599

  75. 35.1 Summary of industrial policy instruments, 2003–18 615

  76. 35.2 Industrial policy organizations, 2005–15 617

  77. 36.1 Summary of key indicators on manufacturing growth, 2005–17 641

  78. 37.1 Industrial performance in Ethiopia and sub-Saharan Africa 654

  79. 37.2 Ease of doing business in Ethiopia 656

  80. 37.3 Value added per worker, capital intensity, and average wage by firm size, 2007/8 658

  81. (p. xx) 37.4 Number of firms in 1999 and 2007 659

  82. 37.5 Descriptive statistics for Ethiopian manufacturing firms in 1999 and 2007 659

  83. 37.6 Predicted probability of exit before year t for a firm in the 1999 cross-section 661

  84. 37.7 Aggregate labour productivity and employment shares 663

  85. 37.8 Melitz-Polanec decomposition of TFP growth 665

  86. 39.1 Investment projects by ownership and status, 1992–2016 695

  87. 39.2 Sectoral breakdown of operationalized investment projects 697

  88. 40.1 Overview of firms in the textile and apparel sector in 2017 710

  89. 41.1 Selected indicators of competitiveness and level of technological development 723

  90. 41.2 Indicators of capital goods imports in selected countries 733

  91. 43.1 Inter-industry demand linkage 768

  92. 43.2 Sources of income 770

  93. 43.3 Rural real consumption growth rate of selected commodity items 773

  94. 43.4 Urban real consumption growth rate for selected commodity items 776

  95. 43.5 Output multiplier matrix for selected activities 780

  96. 43.6 Income multiplier matrix for selected activities 781

  97. 43.7 Aggregate household multiplier matrix 782

  98. 44.1 Total population, rural population, urban population, and urban population share 787

  99. 44.2 Mobility in Ethiopia, 2005 and 2013 788

  100. 44.3 Urban population distribution by size class 789

  101. 44.4 Regional distribution of towns by size class, 2015 790

  102. 44.5 Share of employment by major industries in some regional cities, 2016 791

  103. 44.6 Current and anticipated functions of the key urban centres of Ethiopia 796

  104. 46.1 Taxonomy of Ethiopia’s industrial policy measures 833

  105. 47.1 Topics discussed at high-level forums (ministerial level) 847

  106. 48.1 Issues tabled and proportion resolved, May to October 2015 866

  107. 48.2 Issues tabled and proportion resolved, June to December 2016 867

  108. 48.3 Issues resolved by sector, May to October 2015 868

  109. 48.4 Issues resolved by sector, June to December 2016 869