Inclusive growth in Mozambique – scaling-up research and capacity

The Inclusive growth in Mozambique (IGM) is a research and capacity development programme supporting Mozambique since 2015 in designing evidence-based policies that support inclusive growth benefitting the poorest and most vulnerable groups. It is implemented by the National Directorate of Economic and Development Policies (DNPED) of the Ministry of Economy and Finance of Mozambique (MEF) and the Centre for Economic and Management Studies (CEEG) of the Faculty of Economics of the Eduardo Mondlane University (UEM) in partnership with the Development Economics Research Group at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH-DERG) and the United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER).

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Conference
Private sector dynamics and well-being in Mozambique
How is the Mozambican private sector doing today? This is one of the questions raised during the IGM Annual Conference 2022, ‘Private sector dynamics and well-being in Mozambique’, held on 8 November 2022 in Maputo...
In the media
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IGM Annual Conference 2022
‘The Government of Mozambique should urgently adopt policies to promote inclusive growth and reduce poverty in the country. The private sector has great potential in supporting these goals.’ These were the two messages echoed by...
Working paper

Maimuna Ibraimo and Eva-Maria Egger

Internal migration plays an important role in the economic development of individuals, their families, and their country. This study describes Mozambique’s most common migration patterns from 1992 until 2017 using data from three population censuses.
Working paper

Giulia Barletta, Maimuna Ibraimo, Vincenzo...

After decades of war, ending in 1992, Mozambique embarked on a path of sustained economic growth and substantial poverty reduction. However, these positive dynamics started to revert from 2015, with per capita growth rates getting...
Working paper

Jana Bischler, Eva-Maria Egger, Paul Jasper, Ivan...

In this study, we explore the correlates of the employment gender gap among urban youth in Mozambique. Young people are confronted with simultaneous decisions about education, work and family life influenced by social norms around...
Working paper

Antonio S. Cruz, Cipriano Cláudio, Vincenzo...

This technical note describes how the 2015 Social Accounting Matrix (SAM) for Mozambique was updated. New Household Budget Survey data availability, changes in the economic structure as captured by the underlying Supply and Use Tables...
News
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IGM 2022
On 8 December, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in Mozambique organized, in collaboration with the Ministry of Industry and Commerce (MIC) and the United Nations Resident Coordinator’s Office (UN RCO) in Mozambique, a...