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Good news on poverty and well-being in Mozambique – Fourth National Poverty Assessment

Inclusive growth in Mozambique – scaling-up research and capacity

Baseline Survey on the School-to-Work Transitions of University Graduates in Mozambique

This report documents the main conclusions of the Baseline Survey on the School-to-Work
Transitions of University Graduates in Mozambique. 

4 September 2018
  • 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
  • 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 will contri...

  • 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
  • Working paper
    An application to Mozambique

    In this paper, I quantify the contribution of a subpopulation to inequality. This is defined as the sum of the contributions of its members, with these contributions computed as the impact on ine...

    Carlos Gradín
  • 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
  • News
    A Profile of Mozambican Graduates

    The Inclusive growth in Mozambique project will host a public forum at the Hote...

    14 August 2018
  • Opinion

    Mozambique has been facing macroeconomic difficulties since 2015. This has amplified the obstacles for micro, small and medium-sized manufacturing firms, but the actual problems lie deeper. ...

    Peter Fisker
  • News

    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...

    20 May 2018
  • Opinion

    In the 1980s Mozambique was one of the poorest countries in the world. Since then, the country has recovered from civil war to grow by an average of 7% each year. According to the latest national...

    James Stewart
  • In the media

    The 2017 Survey of Mozambican Manufacturing Firms was launched in April in Maputo. The launch brought together business owners, government officials, researchers, media and development partn...

    02 May 2018
  • Policy brief

    The 2017 Survey of Mozambican Manufacturing Firms builds on data collected in 2012 from surviving firms to trace how changing economic conditions have affected the development of firms over five...

    Ricardo Santos
  • News

    The United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER), the Ministry of Economy and Finance (MEF), the International Labour Organization (ILO) and Southern A...

    7 June 2018