About Bin Meh

Bin Joachem Meh is a Research Assistant in the Department of Economics Affair at the Nkafu Policy Institute. He is a Ph.D. Fellow in Labour and Development Economics in the University of Bamenda. He is multidisciplinary, as he holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Economics and Financial Engineering from the University of Yaounde II Soa and M.Sc. in Banking and Finance from the University Rennes 1 France.

Entrepreneurship, Youths, and Women Economic Inclusion in Cameroon

By |2023-01-17T08:28:23+00:00January 17th, 2023|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications|Tags: , , |

Entrepreneurship in Cameroon has not yet effectively played its role which is the pivot par excellence of the economic inclusion of women and youth in Cameroon, as it faces several difficulties. 

Universal Basic Income: A Primer for Poverty Reduction in Africa

By |2023-01-11T15:26:02+00:00January 11th, 2023|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications|Tags: , |

Providing cash to everyone in the society irrespective of their financial status will reduce the rate of poverty as citizens will be able to meet basic needs such as food, housing, and clothing especially if this basic income amount is above the poverty line.

Determinants of the Quality of Business Support in Sub-Saharan Africa

By |2022-08-30T09:54:35+00:00August 30th, 2022|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications, Social Entrepreneurship - Policy Brief|Tags: |

Business incubators are important in boosting the private sector for favorable externalities such as employment and growth opportunities that are relevant to the achievement of most sustainable development goals (SDGs) that are linked to growth, poverty and inequality (Millette et al., 2020).

Overcoming the Financial Challenges of Business Support Organizations in sub-Saharan African Countries

By |2022-08-29T14:55:16+00:00August 29th, 2022|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications, Social Entrepreneurship - Policy Brief|Tags: , , , |

By providing tailored support to the businesses they support, business development organizations can contribute to a number of sustainable development goals, which are necessary to ensure inclusive and sustainable growth but also to ensure the longevity of their businesses.

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