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Inclusive growth in Mozambique – scaling-up research and capacity

Inclusive Growth in Mozambique: Annual Conference

On 27 November the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique programme will host a conference, which brings together researchers, government representatives, policy advisors, and development practitioners to discuss and share the recent results, as well as new research methodologies, of...

27 November 2018
  • Event
    Lessons from the past experiences

    The Inclusive Growth in Mozambique programme will host a public forum on 28 November 2018 to discuss, how the new natural resources discoveries may impact the Mozambican econom...

    28 November 2018
  • Research brief
    Photo: John Johnston
    New gas finds, investments, and their implications in Mozambique

    Large flows of foreign investments have not been translated into a boom for the Mozambican economy. On the contrary, they have foreshadowed a sustained period of deep economic difficulty for the...

  • Research brief
    Will local content do the trick?

    Extractives and interlinked industries are expecting a boom in Mozambique. This could be good news for the country’s economy, in theory. But can extractives really work as a driver...

  • Research brief
    Lessons from international experience

    Mozambique has seen a significant expansion of interest and investment in its extractive industries. New gas finds in the past ten years have led to expectations that these industries wil...

  • Working paper

    In recent years, Mozambique has made international headlines for the significant hydrocarbon deposits found offshore. These have increased the country’s extractive resource endowments, in a...

    Evelyn Dietsche and Ana Maria Esteves
  • Working paper
    Reflections on investment surges and new gas

    This paper is a sequel to an earlier paper that looked in broad terms at many of the issues that Mozambique faces today in managing its new extractive resources.

    Alan R. Roe
  • Policy brief
    Results from a baseline survey

    Before now, there has been no systematic study of the transition of university students as they finish their studies and enter the labour market. This Policy Brief summarises the findings of a ba...

    Ricardo Santos and Sam Jones
  • In the media

    On 4 September 2018, the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique Project hosted a Public Forum in Maputo to share the findings of its report ...

    19 September 2018
  • News

    On 25 October UNU-WIDER research fellow from the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique project Paola Ballon gave a presentation in an event organized by...

    29 October 2018
  • Working paper
    Investigating the qualitative–quantitative divide in Mozambique

    This paper reflects on the relationship between economic (quantitative) and anthropological (qualitative) approaches to the analysis of poverty in developing countries. Drawing on detailed eviden...

    Sam Jones & Inge Tvedten
  • Journal article
    Evidance from Mozambique

    The impact of commercial farms on smallholders in developing countries remains highly controversial. This study draws on four periods of investments in commercial farming in Mozambique to frame a...

    Sam Jones and Steven Glover
  • Event

    The upcoming 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...

    02-06 July 2018, Maputo