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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

  • Report

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

    4 September 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
  • 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
  • Working paper

    Poverty declined substantially in Mozambique between 1996/97 and 2014/15. However, the recent economic crisis, characterized by a significant increase in domestic prices, may have dragged several...

    Félix Mambo, Yonesse Paris, Vincenzo Salvucci and Ricardo Santos
  • Working paper
    Lessons from international experience for Mozambique

    In common with several other low-income African economies, in recent years Mozambique has seen a significant expansion of interest and investment in its long-established extractives industries. H...

    Alan R. Roe
  • Report

    This report documents the principal findings of the 2017 Survey of Mozambican Manufacturing Firms (IIM 2017).

    23 April 2018, Maputo
  • Working paper
    An analysis based on the 2014/15 Household Budget Survey - IOF 2014/15

    Este estudo baseado nos dados do Inquérito sobre Orçamento Familiar mais recente (IOF 2014/15) visa apresentar os principais resultados das estimativas e perfil da pobreza de consum...

    Finório Castigo and Vincenzo Salvucci
  • Working paper

    Neste artigo, estudamos as variáveis correlacionadas com a pobreza de consumo e a pobreza multidimensional em Moçambique, utilizando os dados do Inquérito ao Orçamento...

    Maimuna Ibraimo and Vincenzo Salvucci
  • Working paper

    A equidade de género e a redução da pobreza proporcionam motivos para advogar por um aumento na participação feminina na força de trabalho. O presente tr...

    Yonesse Paris
  • Working paper
    Implications on gender inequalities within and across rural households

    This paper analyses the implication of contract farming on gender inequalities in rural Mozambique. Contract farming is often considered one of the major tools of agribusiness development: it bro...

    Cecilia Navarra
  • Working paper

    This paper documents a 2015 Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Mozambique. The SAM is built using unpublished Instituto Nacional de Estatística (INE) industry-level production accounts, co...

    António S. Cruz, Fausto Mafambissa, Mónica Magáua, Vincenzo Salvucci and Dirk van Seventer
  • Working paper
    The case of Mozambique

    Ao longo dos anos a segurança na posse sobre a terra tem sido apontada pela literatura económica como sendo importante para a realização de actividades produtivas na t...

    Gimelgo Cosme Xirinda
  • Working paper
    Evidence from an analysis of economic sectors

    A economia de Moçambique registou entre os anos de 1993 e 2014 taxas de crescimento económico consideradas altas para o padrão regional e global. Contudo, houve dificuldades...

    Edson Mazive
  • Working paper

    Desde a reforma ao sector de educação em 2004, o número de crianças com idade escolar que são inscritas no ensino primário tem evoluído positivame...

    Félix Mambo
  • Working paper

    In very poor countries, inequality often means that a small part of the population maintains living standards far above the rest. This is also true for educational inequality in Mozambique: only...

    Servaas van der Berg, Carlos da Maia and Cobus Burger
  • Working paper
    Evidence from African countries

    We here use five rounds of Afrobarometer data covering more than 100,000 individuals over the 2004-2016 period to explore the link between self-assessed measures of living conditions and objectiv...

    Andrew E. Clark and Conchita D'Ambrosio