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Yakama Jones. 2013. “Testing the foriegn Aid-Led Growth Hypothesis in West Africa”. Birkbeck, University of London. 

Yakama Manty Jones. 2014. “Debt Overhang and Natural Resources: Revisiting the Resource Curse Hypothesis.” Birkbeck, University of London. 

Yakama Manty Jones. 2018. “The Power of Data in Problem Solving.” Medium.

Yakama Jones. “Using Google to Verify Images and Videos.” Medium.

Yakama Jones. 2018. “Join the Open Data Movement.” Medium.

Sebastian Kevany, Fatu Yumkella, Robert-Sam Kpakra, Yakama Manty Jones. “Presidential Responses to Ebola in Sierra Leone.” The Lancet Global Health, vol. 7, no. 1, 2019, doi:10.1016/s2214-109x(18)30421-2.

DSTI Media. 2020. “Sierra Leone Uses Big Data Analytics for National Economic Research.” 

 

Lily L Tsai, Leah Rosenzweig, Alisa Zomer, Andrew Lavali, Fredline M'Cormack-Hale, PJ Cole,  and Yakama Manty Jones. 2020. “Preliminary Results from Rapid Survey to Inform COVID-19 Response in Sierra Leone.” Research Brief, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Governance Lab (United States), Institute for Governance Reform (Sierra Leone), and Sierra Leone’s Directorate of Science, Technology & Innovation and Ministry of Finance’s Research & Delivery Division.

Jones, Y. M. and Komeh, A. A. (2020, June). Public Financial Management Reform: Practitioners' Perspectives on the Effectiveness of PFM Oversight Structures in Sierra Leone. Policy Brief No. 1. Freetown. Ministry of Finance, Research and Delivery Division

DeBere, S., Jones, Y. M., and Johnson, J. (2020, July). The Impact of COVID-19 on Businesses in Sierra Leone (July 2020), Freetown. Ministry of Finance, Research and Delivery Division.

Jones, Y. M., and Frazer, M. M. (2020, June). Internal Audit in the Public Sector: Practitioners’ Views on Delivery and Evolution. Policy Brief No. 2. Freetown. Ministry of Finance, Research and Delivery Division.

Costly justice: Why communities in Sierra Leone turn to paralegals instead of Local Courts to resolve their justice problems

Paralegals, community agency and access to justice in Sierra Leone