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Manufacturing TransformationComparative Studies of Industrial Development in Africa and Emerging Asia$

Carol Newman, John Page, John Rand, Abebe Shimeles, Måns Söderbom, and Finn Tarp

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780198776987

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: August 2016

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198776987.001.0001

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(p.xv) List of Tables

(p.xv) List of Tables

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Manufacturing Transformation
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  1. 1.1 The Africa country cases in context, 2013 2

  2. 1.2 Structural characteristics of the case study countries 4

  3. 1.3 Average annual growth of value added in manufacturing, 1965–2010 8

  4. 1.4 Manufacturing value added per worker in sub-Saharan African countries, 1995–2010 13

  5. 1.5 FDI as a share of gross fixed capital formation (%), 1990–2013 19

  6. 2.1 Number of establishments, employment, and value added by ownership in the Ethiopian MLSM, 1979/80–2010 29

  7. 2.2 Ethiopia’s economic performance, 2000/01–2009/10 31

  8. 2.3 Sectoral distribution of the Ethiopian manufacturing sector (2007/08) 34

  9. 2.4 Ranking of top ten manufacturing products in output and export contribution 35

  10. 2.5 Paid-up capital and value added by ownership and industry group (2009/10) 36

  11. 2.6 Export sales and imported raw materials by sector MLSM (2009/10) 38

  12. 2.7 Geographical distribution of manufacturing enterprises 39

  13. 2.8 Productivity by size category for selected years (1995/96–2008/09) 40

  14. 2.9 Productivity and capital intensity in the MLSM, by industry 41

  15. 3.1 Relative contributions of industry to GDP, 1984–2000 (%), period averages 55

  16. 3.2 Industry share of GDP and sub-sector growth rates, 2001–5 (%) 56

  17. 3.3 Relative contribution of sub-sectors to industrial GDP, 2006–12 (%) 58

  18. 3.4 Employment in industry and sub-sectors, 2000, 2006, and 2012 60

  19. 3.5 Selected clusters in Ghana 61

  20. 4.1 Policies, institutions, and laws enacted to promote industry in Kenya 78

  21. 4.2 Percentage share of total manufacturing value added by sub-sector 79

  22. 4.3 Manufacturing value added (% GDP) 80

  23. 4.4 Trend in percentage share of employment by sector 82

  24. 4.5 Percentage share in the distribution of employment by size/category 83 (p.xvi)

  25. 4.6 Percentage share in the number of establishments by size/category 83

  26. 4.7 Enterprise ownership by ethnic origin 84

  27. 4.8 Legal status of firms by size category 85

  28. 5.1 Employment in industry and its sub-sectors, 2006–9 103

  29. 6.1 Percentage distribution of real GDP by sectoral group, 1961–2009 117

  30. 6.2 Structure of industry by age of firms 122

  31. 6.3 Average firm size 123

  32. 6.4 Wages per employee 123

  33. 6.5 Technology 124

  34. 6.6 Skills 124

  35. 6.7 Constraints to firm growth 125

  36. 6.8 Labour productivity 125

  37. 7.1 Share of industrial sectors in total industrial value added on a five-year basis, 1980–2010 145

  38. 7.2 Share of the modern industrial sector and the informal sector of the total industrial value added on a five-year basis, 1980–2010 145

  39. 7.3 Employment rates by sector on a five-year basis, 1980–2010 146

  40. 7.4 Average electricity rates in West Africa 150

  41. 8.1 Inter-East Africa trade, 1962–4 158

  42. 8.2 Production by selected industries 161

  43. 8.3 Macroeconomic indicators in Tanzania, 1970–92 164

  44. 8.4 Average capacity utilization rates in the textile industry in Tanzania: A comparison of public and private firms 166

  45. 9.1 Industrial production trend, 2004–8 188

  46. 9.2 Industrial exports trend, 2004–8 189

  47. 10.1 Distribution of firms in mining and quarrying by employment band 199

  48. 10.2 Ownership of firms in mining and quarrying between 2007 and 2009 200

  49. 10.3 Ownership in the construction industry 202

  50. 11.1 Share of employment and value added of industrial establishments by firm size (%) 220

  51. 11.2 Number of establishments by sub-sector and age group, 2011 223

  52. 11.3 Provincial spatial distribution of firms in industrial sector by firm size (%) 223

  53. 11.4 Provincial spatial distribution of medium and large firms in FBT and TWF (%) 224

  54. 11.5 Comparison of growth in exports and value added across sectors 230

  55. 12.1 Vietnam’s industrial policy matrix 237 (p.xvii)

  56. 12.2 Structure of gross outputs of industrial sub-sectors and share of sub-sectors in GDP, 2000–10 243

  57. 12.3 Distribution of firm and employment shares 245

  58. 12.4 Shares of total industrial and sub-sector gross output by ownership type (%) 245

  59. 12.5 Rates of industrial gross output of industries with growth at above average rates (%) 252

  60. 12.6 Number of firms from 2005–11 in industries with above average firm number growth 253

  61. 12.7 Rates of gross output of industries with growth at below average rates (%) 254

  62. 13.1 Indicators of physical and institutional infrastructure in special economic zones 270

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