Fabien Sundjo

About Fabien SUNDJO

Dr. Fabien SUNDJO is a Research Fellow in Economic Affairs at the Nkafu Policy Institute. He holds a Ph.D. in Health and Development economics, obtained under the auspices of the African Economic Research Consortium Nairobi (AERC)

The Russia-Ukraine Conflict and Food Security in CEMAC Countries

By Fabien SUNDJO and Dr. Vera Kum|2022-12-16T11:24:40+00:00December 16th, 2022|Categories: Economics Affairs, Publications|Tags: , |

The continuous persistence of the Russia-Ukraine crisis is very detrimental to food security challenges within the CEMAC sub-region, especially in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving households in very precarious positions.

Exchange Rate Policy Reform to Boost Trade Between Cameroon and Nigeria

By Henri KOUAM and Fabien SUNDJO|2022-01-26T15:50:40+00:00January 26th, 2022|Categories: Economics Affairs, NOTI- Policy Brief, Publications|Tags: , |

The measures taken by Cameroonian authorities will reduce the impact of external shocks on the exchange rate and equally cushion the shock from sudden changes in the price of commodities or the value of the U.S. dollar.

The African-France Summit and an Overview of its Recommendations Since 1973

By Fabien SUNDJO|2022-01-14T17:58:34+00:00January 14th, 2022|Categories: Governance & Democracy Initiative, Publications|Tags: |

The declaration by President Mitterrand in June 1990 at the Franco-African Summit at the La Baule in which he asserted that France was going to henceforth support only countries that made greater democratic progress was a remarkable step in the resolution of the summit.

Trade Liberalization and Economic Development: Lessons for Africa

By Henri KOUAM and Fabien SUNDJO|2022-01-14T14:37:58+00:00January 14th, 2022|Categories: NOTI- Policy Brief, Publications|Tags: , , |

Trade liberalization is an essential prerequisite for economic development, and the African Continental Free Trade Area will not only boost intra-African trade, but it will also equally create the foundations for sustainable economic development, regional integration, and a faster pace of industrialization (Ndung’u and Signé 2020).

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