HIV/AIDS and Development: A Reappraisal of the Productivity and Factor Accumulation Effects
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Auteur(s) : AZOMAHOU [T] , BOUCEKKINE [R] , DIENE [B]
Abstract / Résumé : Besides the dreadful direct effects, enduring epidemics like HIV/AIDS induce much more subtle effects in the economy, principally via labor productivity and factor accumulation. Concerning the former, the impact of morbidity on effective labor has been recognized and accounted for since the early work of Over (1992) and Cuddington and Hancock (1994).