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  • Assessment of the private sector : a case study and its methodological implications
Author
  • Paul, Samuel
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  • Reform of Ghana's macropolicies has helped to create a more favorable business environment and a"level playing field"for the private sector. At this point, instead of further refining its policies, Ghana should begin strengthening the institutions to implement them, and improving the channels of communication between government and the private sector.
  • Health Monitoring&​Evaluation,Health Economics&​Finance,Environmental Economics&​Policies,Public Sector Economics&​Finance,Trade and Regional Integration
  • RePEc:wbk:wbrwps:199
Language
  • English
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