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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The Center for Economic and Management Studies (CEEG) of the Faculty of Economics (FACECO), University of Eduardo Mondlane (UEM), has launched a Call for Papers. The objective of this ongoing call, organized with the support...
Training audience
The Inclusive growth in Mozambique (IGM) programme organizes a three-day course on research methods from 9-11 July 2024 in Beira, Mozambique.
Journal article

Sam Jones, Kunal Sen

THIS ARTICLE IS ON EARLY VIEW | This study examines the impact of digital labor-market platforms on jobs outcomes using a randomized encouragement design embedded in a longitudinal survey of Mozambican technical-vocational college graduates.
IGM Panel
From 14–16 May 2024, UNU-WIDER organized the WIDER Development Conference The world at crossroads – securing the future generations, held at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Maputo, Mozambique. The conference gathered renowned researchers and policymakers to...

Marcelo Mucocana, Vasco Vilanculo

The presource curse in Mozambique Natural resource exploitation is often associated with macroeconomic distortions due to Dutch Disease. In Mozambique major challenges have emerged in the discovery and development phases, years prior to actual production...

Hilário Muchabel, Telça Massingue

Consumption Poverty (CP) decreased until 14/15, but then increased sharply until 19/20.Multidimensional Poverty (MP) steadily improved, reducing to about half of its 96/97 level in 19/20.The South is multidimensionally less poor than the Center and...

Pamela Mabunda, Valdemiro Américo

KEY FINDINGS Many students find themselves facing inactivity, unemployment, and informal work [5 & 8]. Women in TVET face more obstacles than men in labor transitions [2, 5 & 8]. Peer salary information significantly influences...

Juli Melembe, Kenny Mutar

INTRODUCTION This poster summarizes recent developments in Mozambique’s business environment, focusing on key findings from the Mozambican manufacturing enterprise survey (IIM 2012-17-22), created under the Inclusive Growth in Mozambique (IGM) programme. It examines four dimensions...