IESE is a Mozambican non-profit organisation that conducts and promotes interdisciplinary scientific research on issues of social and economic development in Mozambique and Southern Africa. [according to site editor's information]
Africa Spectrum is the leading German journal exclusively devoted to Africa South of the Sahara. It is published by the GIGA Institute of African Affairs (IAA) and focuses on issues related to political, economic and socio-cultural problems and events in Africa as well as on Africa's role within the international system.
All texts are accessible online, full-text and free of charge. ... [editors ilissAfrica]
The website of the SAIRR "is home to the largest and most comprehensive database tracking trends on South Africa. It provides a wide variety of statistical and other data on South Africa, ranging from education, health, social development and welfare to business, employment, the economy, and politics. Subscribers have full access to this website while non-subscribers have limited access to certain resources."
Trends and policy analysis are made available via a number of monthly, annual, and occasional electronic and hard copy publications:South Africa Survey; Fast Facts; South African Mirror; Special Research Projects.
Some electronic publications are downloadable. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
The Economy of Ghana Network (EGN) is a civil society organization embracing all persons with adequate training and interest in discussing issues relevant to the proper management of the economy of Ghana and to the country's socio-economic development. The network provides a platform for disseminating research findings and discussing their policy relevance. It seeks to make easily accessible to a wider audience the findings of all the research being carried out on the socio-economic development Ghana from the different parts of the globe. The network also seeks to engage all interested persons in policy debates and will provide additional material to public agencies to assist in enriching national policy making. It seeks to protect its independence from known political interest groups and therefore dies not align itself with such groups even as it discusses issues of political interest.
The Economy of Ghana Network is generally E-based. It uses this interactive website as the main platform for discussion among members. ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]