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Why is the number of COVID-19 cases lower than expected in Sub-Saharan Africa? A cross-sectional analysis of the role of demographic and geographic factors
P Nguimkeu, S Tadadjeu
World Development 138, 105251, 2021
1082021
A structural econometric analysis of the informal sector heterogeneity
P Nguimkeu
Journal of Development Economics 107, 175-191, 2014
1072014
Estimating the productivity impacts of technology adoption in the presence of misclassification
T Wossen, T Abdoulaye, A Alene, P Nguimkeu, S Feleke, IY Rabbi, ...
American Journal of Agricultural Economics 101 (1), 1-16, 2019
732019
On the estimation of treatment effects with endogenous misreporting
P Nguimkeu, A Denteh, R Tchernis
Journal of econometrics 208 (2), 487-506, 2019
692019
Does Social Pressure Hinder Entrepreneurship in Africa? The Forced Mutual Help Hypothesis
P Alby, E Auriol, P Nguimkeu
Economica 87 (346), 299-327, 2020
63*2020
Leveraging digital technologies to boost productivity in the informal sector in Sub‐Saharan Africa
P Nguimkeu, C Okou
Review of Policy Research 38 (6), 707-731, 2021
452021
A simple selection test between the Gompertz and Logistic growth models
P Nguimkeu
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 88, 98-105, 2014
442014
Manufacturing in structural change in Africa
P Nguimkeu, A Zeufack
World Development 177, 106542, 2024
392024
The effect of a performance-based financing program on HIV and maternal/child health services in Mozambique—an impact evaluation
Y Rajkotia, O Zang, P Nguimkeu, J Gergen, I Djurovic, P Vaz, F Mbofana, ...
Health policy and planning 32 (10), 1386-1396, 2017
352017
A Tale of Africa Today: balancing the lives and livelihoods of informal workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
P Nguimkeu, C Okou
Washington, DC: World Bank, 2020
232020
Some effects of business environment on retail firms
P Nguimkeu
Applied Economics 48 (18), 1647-1654, 2016
23*2016
A structural model of informality with constrained entrepreneurship
P Nguimkeu
Economic Development and Cultural Change 70 (3), 941-980, 2022
20*2022
Does informality increase the spread of COVID-19 in Africa? A cross-country examination
P Nguimkeu, C Okou
Applied Economics Letters 29 (12), 1111-1115, 2022
142022
On the sustainability of current account deficits in Cameroon
ET Djeutem, PE Nguimkeu
International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues 3 (2), 486-495, 2013
122013
Informality
P Nguimkeu, C Okou
The future of work in Africa: Harnessing the potential of digital …, 2019
112019
Third-order inference for autocorrelation in nonlinear regression models
PE Nguimkeu, M Rekkas
Journal of Statistical Planning and Inference 141 (11), 3413-3425, 2011
112011
Increasing informal sector productivity
P Nguimkeu, C Okou
102020
A Hausman specification test of conditional moment restrictions
P Lavergne, P Nguimkeu
TSE Working Paper, 2016
92016
Spatial and sectoral heterogeneity of occupational choice in Cameroon
T Bougna Lonla, P Nguimkeu
Policy Research Working Paper Series, 2018
7*2018
Early dynamics of transmission and projections of COVID-19 in some West African countries
JC Assob-Nguedia, D Dongo, PE Nguimkeu
Infectious Disease Modelling 5, 839-847, 2020
6*2020
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