Publications

Welcome to the Afrobarometer publications section. For short, topical analyses, try our briefing papers (for survey rounds 1-5) and dispatches (starting with Round 6). For longer, more technical analyses of policy issues, check our policy papers. Our working papers are full-length analytical pieces developed for publication in academic journals or books. You can also search the entire publications database by keyword(s), language, country, and/or author.

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AD304: Cabo Verdeanos querem mais ação do governo contra a corrupção
Cabo Verde há muito que goza de uma reputação de transparência financeira e de severas sanções contra a fraude, reforçadas pelo seu banco central independente, pelo poder judiciário independente e pelo Tribunal de Contas (Banco Africano de... Read more
AD304: Cabo Verdeans want more government action against corruption
Cabo Verdeans want more government action against corruption. Read more
The threat that climate change represents for Uganda and its economic development has been documented for years. Read more
AD302: Les Malgaches déplorent l’ampleur de la corruption, mais craignent de la signaler
La corruption freine le développement économique et démocratique, et à Madagascar elle est présente autant dans la sphère politique que dans les services publics. Read more
La situation économique du Niger a connu des variations dont l’impact s’est ressenti sur les conditions de vie des citoyens. Read more
Basotho perceptions of government corruption and poor performance drive decline in popular trust. Read more
Since its democratic revolution in 2010/2011, a number of violent attacks have disrupted Tunisia’s traditional tranquillity. Read more
Au Sénégal, les ressources souterraines récemment découvertes suscitent de l’espoir et des inquiétudes. Read more
Le paysage médiatique guinéen a tardé à se structurer. La libéralisation des ondes n’a eu lieu que récemment et s’est déroulée dans un contexte politique très instable et souvent violent. Read more
Power, not politics: Do Africans with access to the electric grid choose cold drinks, cooled air, and TV over political participation? Read more

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