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Seminar
Public Forum on extractive industry and development

The Inclusive growth in Mozambique programme will host a public forum on 26 March 2019 on the topic of Extractive Industry and Development. The Chief Economist and Deputy Director of UNU-WIDER Tony Addison will give a presentation based on a major...

26 March 2019 09:0011:00
Complexo Pedagógico, Room 1501, Main Campus, Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, Mozambique
Seminar
Vincenzo Salvucci presents at the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique 2019 seminar series

Vincenzo Salvucci, a researcher from the University of Copenhagen, will present a seminar on 13 March 2019 at the Eduardo Mondlane University in Maputo. The seminar is titled Vulnerabilidade às Calamidades Naturais: Avaliação do...

13 March 2019
Faculty of Economics, Postgraduate Room, the Eduardo Mondlane University, Main Campus, Av. Julius Nyerere nr. 3453, Maputo, Mozambique
Past event
Seminar
Research Fellows Sam Jones and Ricardo Santos present at the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique seminar series

UNU-WIDER Research Fellows Sam Jones and Ricardo Santos will present in a seminar on 6 March at the Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo. The topic of the seminar is the profile of students of the Eduardo Mondlane University. The presentation is...

6 March 2019
Eduardo Mondlane University, Campus Principal, Faculty of Economics, Anfeteatro A, Av. Julius Nyerere nr. 3453, Maputo, Mozambique
Past event
News
Inclusive growth in Mozambique seminar series

The Inclusive growth in Mozambique programme is launching its seminar series for 2019. The seminar series showcases ongoing research on topics related to the work of the programme and its aim of supporting inclusive growth in Mozambique. The seminar...

Mozambique Inclusive growth
In the media
Researchers from the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique programme interviewed in Dimensions magazine

UNU-WIDER research fellow Vincenzo Salvucci, and Finório Castigo, a specialist from the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Mozambique, were interviewed by Dimensions magazine on multidimensional poverty measurement. The article was published...

Mozambique Multidimensional poverty measurement Poverty
News
Researchers from the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique programme contribute to the book Challenges of Mozambique 2018

The Institute for Social and Economic Studies ( IESE ) launched the ninth edition of the book Desafios para Moçambique 2018 (Challenges of Mozambique 2018) on 8 November 2018 in Maputo, Mozambique. The book has 18 chapters divided into four...

Mozambique Measurement (Poverty) Poverty
Blog
Gas revenues will come and go in Mozambique – now is the time to think how to use them wisely

Mozambique is still an agriculture-based economy. Huge offshore gas fields have been discovered in the country and plans for gas projects are in the process. However, one day the gas explorations will come to an end...

Inclusive growth Extractives Mozambique
Book Chapter
Industries without smokestacks: Mozambique country case study

From the book: Industries without Smokestacks

Industries Exports policy
Presentation
Paola Ballon presents at an event on multidimensional poverty assessments

On 25 October UNU-WIDER research fellow from the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique programme Paola Ballon presents in an event organized by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA) in Maputo. The event is focused on multi-...

25 October 2018
Maputo, Mozambique
Past event
Seminar
Sam Jones presents at Inclusive Growth in Mozambique project seminar series: What it does mean to be poor?

Sam Jones, development economist and UNU-WIDER research fellow presents in a seminar on 15 August at the Eduardo Mondlane University in Maputo.

15 August 2018
Maputo, Mozambique
Past event
Blog
Baseline survey on Mozambican university graduates’ school-to-work transitions – looking forward to the launch

Baseline Survey on the School-to-Work Transitions of University Graduates in Mozambique will be launched on 4 September...

Higher education Mozambique labour markets
Workshop
Training on CGE modelling

The training on 2-6 July 2018 is the second part of the series of workshops, that offers an introduction to economy-wide modelling for policy analysis. The workshop is held in Maputo and it is part of the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique Programme...

2 July 20186 July 2018
Maputo, Mozambique
Past event
Workshop
Course on poverty line estimation and poverty calculations

The Inclusive Growth in Mozambique programme delivers a course on poverty line estimation and poverty calculation from June to August 2018 in Maputo. This course aims to equip the participants with tools to make poverty line estimation and poverty...

1 June 201830 August 2018
Maputo, Finland
Past event
News
Ricardo Santos reviews what is known on the Mozambican labour force

The Mozambican work force is still mostly rural, mostly working in agriculture and outside of the formal labour market. According to official statistics, the rural and urban labour markets differ a lot in Mozambique. In rural areas 90% of the labour...

Labour market Mozambique Housing
Policy seminar
Enterprise development: How are Mozambican manufacturing firms doing? Findings from 2017

On 23 April 2018, the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique project hosted a public forum to share the results of its report on the business landscape for Mozambican manufacturing firms. The event sheds light on the current challenges faced by micro-,...

23 April 2018
Polana Serena Hotel, Julius Nyerere Avenue, 1380, Maputo, Mozambique
Past event
News
Press release: Mozambican business environment continues to pose challenges for manufacturing firms

Press release: Inclusive growth in Mozambique programme to launch report at public forum on 23 April 2018 Maputo — Mozambican manufacturing firms continue to face logistical, regulatory, and financial constraints that hinder their ability to...

Manufacturing firms Manufacturing Manufacturing industries
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