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Type Journal Article - Journal of Political Economy
Title The economics of polygyny in Sub-Saharan Africa: female productivity and the demand for wives in Cote d'Ivoire
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Volume 103
Issue 5
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 1995
Page numbers 938-7
URL http://ideas.repec.org/a/ucp/jpolec/v103y1995i5p938-71.html
Abstract
The international financial crisis manifests itself in Ireland not only as a crisis of the banking system, but also as a major fiscal crisis, aggravated by years of soft revenue policy and a housing bubble that has burst spectacularly. The severe drop in economic output results in a crisis of employment and a definitive end to the ‘Celtic Tiger’ era of rapid growth and nearfull employment. Although the political system has proven resilient thus far, with membership of the Euro preventing the catastrophic political crises that affected Latvia and Iceland, for example, the crisis has revealed significant weaknesses in political system. This paper considers institutional shortcomings in three arenas through which policies to deal with the crisis must be managed: the parliamentary system, the public administration, and social partnership structures.

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