Ethiopia

Scholarly Publications

Costs and Benefits of Imperfect HIV Vaccines: Implications for Vaccine Development and Use

December 2001

How successful are HIV prevention programs? Which HIV prevention programs are most cost effective? Which programs are worth expanding and which should be abandoned altogether?

Promoting Democracy in Africa

December 1995

Africa in World Politics addresses the effects of major currents in Africa and global politics upon each other and the ramifications of these interrelationships for contemporary theories of...

Comparative analysis of old-age mortality estimations in Africa.

December 2011

Abstract Background Survival to old ages is increasing in many African countries.

Other Publications

Luxury or Priority? Ethiopia Wants a Light Rail

February 2019

The Ethiopian government is planning on constructing the country’s first light rail in its capital city Addis Ababa.

News

Indonesian economist named Shorenstein APARC/Asia Foundation Visiting Fellow for 2009-2010

August 2008

Sudarno Sumarto has been selected to become the second Shorenstein APARC/Asia Foundation Visiting Fellow. He will be in residence at Stanford during the 2009-2010 academic year.

CDDRL visiting scholar Gellaw decries Ethiopia's elections

June 2010

Abebe Gellaw, CDDRL visiting scholar from Ethiopia, writes in the Wall Street Journal on Ethiopia's "embarrassing" elections which delivered a fourth term for Meles Zenawi.

Events

State Building in Africa

December 1, 2004

Gayle Smith is a renowned expert on African politics and economics. She has worked on failed states, post-conflict management, and transnational threats in Africa for over 20 years.

More Than Humanitarianism: A Strategic U.S. Approach Toward Africa

February 15, 2006

Lyman and Morrison will discuss the Council on Foreign Relations-sponsored Independent Task Force Report on the US and Africa.

Opposition in Africa: The Impact of Ethnic Cleavages and Economic Conditions on Electoral Coalitions

March 7, 2007

Why are opposition party leaders able to form multiparty coalitions to compete against entrenched incumbents in some African countries, but not in others?

Projects

UNHCR Project on Rethinking Refugee Communities

The deputy United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees approached Tino Cuéllar, director of the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, to form a collaboration between Stanford’s...
English

People

Marcel Fafchamps Senior Fellow Professor, by courtesy, Economics
Barry Riley Visiting Scholar