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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On Wednesday, 13 March 2024, Ricardo Santos, Research Fellow at United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research (UNU-WIDER) and Resident Advisor at Inclusive growth in Mozambique(IGM) programme will present an upcoming paper on...
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Ricardo Santos, Felix Mambo

Budget reliability is the first pillar of Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA).In this study, we construct an expansion of the PEFA government response accuracy indicator and test its decomposition, with an application to the...
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On 20 December 2023, the Inclusive growth in Mozambique (IGM) programme organizes a one-day course on LaTeX, an open-source document preparation system used for the communication and publication of scientific documents.
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The importance of the agricultural sector in the Mozambican economy, its potential to help move people out of poverty, and its vulnerability to the effects of weather shocks and climate change, place it among key...