Information Center: 01/2004

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M Puit; A Huart; P Leroy; I N French Nsangou
January 1, 2004

The aim of this study was to do surveys about bush meat networks around urban centers near the Monte Alen National Park in Equatorial Guinea.

José Elá
January 1, 2004

Short but substantial collection (39 stories) of Fang people's traditional stories of Equatorial Guinea, collected during the month of September 2000 by José Elá.

Jesús Ramirez Copeiro del Villar
January 1, 2004

Book on the life of the Spanish colonists in Spanish Guinea during the forties, in Santa Isabel and in Bata, recollecting the incidents that occurred during World War II.

G Tudo; J Gonzalez; R Obama; J M Rodriguez; J R Franco; M Espasa; P P Simarro; G Escaramis; C Ascaso; and A Garcia
January 28, 2004

A realistic study of 5 districts in Equatorial Guinea, March 1999 to February 2001, to determine the resistance to tuberculosis between new cases and the treatments, the associated risk factors with resistence, and the associated mutations to the isoniazida y la rifampicina (katG, inhA y los genes rpoB ) Resistence, and the resistent genotypes.

Benita Sampedro Vizcaya
January 28, 2004

Analyzes the role that academia and the efforts to write and establish a history for Equatorial Guinea have. Sampedro believes that often, writing history causes a person, an academic, to forget the problems of a country in favor of a history that is great and beautiful.

Benigno Borikó
January 29, 2004

This collection of stories is the result of a collaboration between the bubi author P. Benigno Borikó and his old friend, catalan P. Ramon Mª Caralt.

International Monetary Fund
Wiegand, Johannes
January 1, 2004

This paper discusses fiscal surveillance criteria for the countries of the Central African Monetary and Economic Union (CEMAC), most of which depend heavily on oil exports. At present, the CEMAC's macroeconomic surveillance exercise sets as fiscal target a floor on the basic budgetary balance. This appears inadequate, for at least two reasons. First, fluctuations in oil prices and, hence, oil receipts obscure the underlying fiscal stance. Second, oil resources are limited, which suggests that some of today's oil receipts should be saved to finance future consumption. The paper develops easy-to-calculate indicators that take both aspects into account. A retrospective analysis based on these alternative indicators reveals that in recent years, the CEMAC's surveillance exercise has tended to accommodate stances of fiscal policy that are at odds with sound management of oil wealth.

Jędrzej George Frynas
January 1, 2004

This article outlines the rise of Equatorial Guinea as one of Africa’s leading oilproducing countries and investigates the political, economic and social effects of becoming a petro-state. The article is based on the author’s field research in Equatorial Guinea in the autumn of 2003 and interviews with senior oil company staff, government officials and staff of international organizations as well as secondary sources. This research demonstrates how reliance on oil and gas exports can lead to profound changes in a country’s political economy.

The International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 15-22
G Tudo et al.
January 1, 2004

A study conducted in five districts in Equatorial Guinea, March 1999 to February 2001, to determine tuberculosis drug resistance among new and previously treated cases, the risk factors associated with resistance, and the mutations associated with isoniazid and rifampicin (katG, inhA and rpoB genes) resistance, and to genotype resistant strains.

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