Sylvanus Kwaku Afesorgbor
Sylvanus Kwaku Afesorgbor
Associate Professor, University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada
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The effect of FDI on environmental emissions: Evidence from a meta-analysis
BA Demena, SK Afesorgbor
Energy Policy 138 (111192), 1-17, 2020
The impact of economic sanctions on income inequality of target states
SK Afesorgbor, R Mahadevan
World Development 83, 1-11, 2016
The impact of economic sanctions on international trade: how do threatened sanctions compare with imposed sanctions?
SK Afesorgbor
European Journal of Political Economy 56, 11-26, 2019
Multi-membership and the effectiveness of regional trade agreements in western and southern Africa: A comparative study of ECOWAS and SADC
S Afesorgbor, PAG van Bergeijk
Institute of Social Sciences Working Paper, 2011
Revisiting the effect of regional integration on African trade: evidence from meta-analysis and gravity model
SK Afesorgbor
The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 26 (2), 133-153, 2017
The Effects of Trade Facilitation on Trade Performance in Africa
D Sakyi, SK Afesorgbor
Journal of African Trade 6 (1-2), 1-15, 2019
Measuring Multi‐Membership in Economic Integration and Its Trade Impact: A Comparative Study of ECOWAS and SADC
SK Afesorgbor, PAG Van Bergeijk
South African Journal of Economics 82 (4), 518-530, 2014
Trade openness and environmental emissions: Evidence from a meta-analysis
SK Afesorgbor, BA Demena
Environmental and Resource Economics 81 (2), 287-321, 2022
Regional integration, bilateral diplomacy and African trade: Evidence from the gravity model
SK Afesorgbor
African Development Review 31 (4), 492-505, 2019
Sanctioned to starve? The impact of economic sanctions on food security in targeted states
SK Afesorgbor
Research Handbook on Economic Sanctions, 438, 2021
Economic diplomacy in Africa: the impact of regional integration versus bilateral diplomacy on bilateral trade
SK Afesorgbor
Research Handbook on Economic Diplomacy, 326-346, 2018
Revisiting the Effectiveness of African Economic Integration: A Meta-Analytic Review and Comparative Estimation Methods
S Afesorgbor
Available at SSRN 2316160, 2013
COVID-19 and the threat to globalization: an optimistic note
SK Afesorgbor, PAG Van Bergeijk, BA Demena
COVID-19 and International Development, 29-44, 2022
Globalization may actually be better for the environment
SK Afesorgbor, BA Demena
The Conversation, April 25, 2018
Role of international politics on agri‐food trade: Evidence from US–Canada bilateral relations
SK Afesorgbor, E Beaulieu
Canadian Journal of Agricultural Economics 69 (1), 27-35, 2021
Food Inflation, Agri-Food Trade, and COVID-19: Evidence from South Asia
SK Afesorgbor, S Lim
Journal of the Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (JAAEA) 2, 653-667, 2023
The causes, consequences and control of corruption in Ghana
KS Afesorgbor
Joy News Ghana, 2016
The effect of remittances on financial development: Evidence from a meta-analysis
A Anwar, SK Afesorgbor
Available at SSRN 3971871, 2021
Do regional trade agreements affect agri‐food trade? Evidence from a meta‐analysis
SK Afesorgbor, DDD Fiankor, BA Demena
Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy 46 (2), 737-759, 2024
COVID-19 has shone a light on how globalisation can tackle inequality
SK Afesorgbor, BA Demena, PAG Bergeijk
The Conversation. https://theconversation. com/covid-19-has-shone-a-light-on …, 2021
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