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Ethiopia - The Employment Creation Effects of the Addis Ababa Integrated Housing Program

ACCESS TO CREDIT ACCOUNTING ACCURATE ESTIMATE ACTIVE LABOUR ACTIVE LABOUR MARKET ACTIVE LABOUR MARKET POLICIES ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS ADMINISTRATIVE DATA ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT AFFORDABLE HOUSING AGE GROUP APARTMENT APARTMENT BUILDINGS APARTMENT HOUSES APARTMENTS BANK ACCOUNT BENEFICIARY BUILDING MATERIALS CASUAL WORKERS CITIES COLLATERAL COLLECTION ACTIVITIES COMMUNITIES COMPETITIVE MARKET CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS CONSTRUCTION SECTOR CONSUMER CONSUMER PRICE INDEX CONTRIBUTION CONTRIBUTIONS COST ESTIMATES COST INCREASE CREATING JOBS CROSS-SECTIONAL DATA CURRENCY CURRENT PLANS CURRENT PRICES CURRENT PROGRAM CURRICULUM DEPRECIATION DESCRIPTION DIVERSIFICATION DOWN PAYMENT DOWN PAYMENTS DRIVERS EARNINGS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EDUCATIONAL DISTRIBUTION EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT EFFECTS EMPLOYMENT GENERATION EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ENGINEERS FACTOR MARKETS FEMALE FEMALE ENTREPRENEURS FEMALE HEADED HOUSEHOLDS FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL RISK FINANCIAL SUPPORT FINANCIAL SYSTEM FIRM PERFORMANCE FIRM SIZE GENDER GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM HOME IMPROVEMENT HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS HOMES HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSEHOLDS HOUSES HOUSING HOUSING CONDITIONS HOUSING CONSTRUCTION HOUSING CONSTRUCTION SECTOR HOUSING COOPERATIVES HOUSING DEVELOPMENT HOUSING MARKET HOUSING POLICIES HOUSING PROGRAMS HOUSING PROJECT HOUSING PROJECTS HOUSING SHORTAGE HOUSING SHORTAGES HOUSING SITES HOUSING STOCK HOUSING SUPPLY HOUSING UNITS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RESOURCE ILLEGAL SETTLEMENTS INFLATION INFORMAL HOUSING INFORMAL SECTOR INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS INHABITANTS INNOVATION INSURANCE INTEREST RATES INTERVENTIONS INVESTMENT CLIMATE INVESTMENT CLIMATE ASSESSMENT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES JOB CREATION JOB SEARCH JOBS LABOR SUPPLY LABOUR LABOUR ABSORPTION LABOUR DEMAND LABOUR FORCE LABOUR INTENSITY LABOUR MARKET LABOUR MARKET POLICIES LABOUR MARKET SUCCESS LABOUR MARKETS LABOUR STANDARDS LABOUR-INTENSIVE TECHNOLOGIES LAND DEVELOPMENT LARGE FIRMS LIFETIME LIVING CONDITIONS LIVING STANDARDS LOAN LOW COST LOW COST HOUSING LOW COSTS LOW INCOME LOW-INCOME LOW-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS LOWER INTEREST RATES MARKET DEMAND MARKET FAILURES MARKETING MEDIUM ENTERPRISES MORTGAGE MORTGAGE FINANCE NET EMPLOYMENT NET JOB CREATION OCCUPATION OPEN UNEMPLOYMENT OUTPUTS OUTSTANDING PORTFOLIO PERMANENT WORKERS POOR HOUSING PRIVATE INVESTMENT PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVESTMENT PRODUCTION FUNCTION PRODUCTION PROCESS PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES PRODUCTIVITY PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH PROFIT SHARING PROGRAM BENEFICIARIES PROGRAM COSTS PROGRAM DESIGN PUBLIC WORKS PURCHASES QUESTIONNAIRE REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS RENTAL HOUSING RENTING RENTS REPAYMENT REPAYMENT PERIODS REPAYMENTS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES SAFETY SAFETY NET SALARY SALE SAVINGS SECONDARY SCHOOL SELF-EMPLOYMENT SELF-HELP SERVANTS SHELTER SHOPS SITE DEVELOPMENT SKILL REQUIREMENTS SKILLED WORKERS SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SLUM SLUM AREAS SLUM UPGRADING SLUMS SMALL-SCALE ENTERPRISES SUBSIDIZED LAND SUPPORT PROGRAM SURVIVAL RATES TOTAL COST TOWNS TRAINING COMPONENT TRAINING PROGRAMS TRAINING SYSTEM UNEMPLOYED UNEMPLOYED WORKERS UNEMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYMENT DURATION UNEMPLOYMENT DURATIONS UNEMPLOYMENT LEVELS UNEMPLOYMENT RATE UNEMPLOYMENT RATES URBAN AREAS URBAN DEVELOPMENT URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE URBAN POPULATION URBAN UNEMPLOYMENT VOCATIONAL EDUCATION WAGE WAGES WORK EXPERIENCE WORKER WORKERS WORKING POOR WORTH YOUNG PEOPLE YOUTH
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World Bank
Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | East Africa | Ethiopia
2012-03-19T17:22:47Z | 2012-03-19T17:22:47Z | 2009-03-01

Ethiopia's second poverty reduction strategy, the Plan for Accelerated and Sustained Development to End Poverty (PASDEP) outlines a strategy of complementing a continued strong focus on increasing agricultural productivity with an increased emphasis on urban development. In this context it highlights the importance of facilitating accelerated employment generation to address the issue of high levels of urban unemployment. This report is organized as follows: chapter two provides more detailed background information on the program's operation and goals. Chapter three focuses on the methodology for this study, by articulating the key hypotheses tested in this analysis and identifying its limitations. The chapter also describes the main source of information for this study, a purposively collected survey of firms and workers in the construction sector. Chapter four addresses the central issue of this report by providing a snapshot of the beneficiaries of the program, focusing both on firms and workers and reviewing the effects of the program in terms of employment creation, both in static and in dynamic terms. Chapter five provides evidence on the effectiveness of the support offered by the program, and provides some evidence on the general equilibrium effects of the program. Finally, chapter six provides an assessment of the distributional effects of the program through its employment creation effects. Chapter seven reviews the main conclusions emerging from the study and draws the policy implications for the program, particularly in light o f its ongoing scaling up.

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