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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

  • Working paper

    Mozambique is one of the most promising African countries for producing biofuels and the national biofuel policy of 2009 identifies measures to incentivize biofuel production.

    Faaiqa Hartley, Dirk van Seventer, Emílio Tostão and Channing Arndt
  • Journal article

    In this study, I quantify the contribution of a subpopulation to inequality.

    Carlos Gradín
  • Journal article

    We analyse the multidimensional wellbeing of children aged 0–17 in Mozambique and find that 46.3% can be considered multidimensionally poor.

    Kristi Mahrt, Andrea Rossi, Vincenzo Salvucci and Finn Tarp
  • Journal article
    Implications for Gender Inequalities Within and Across Rural Households

    This paper analyses the implications of contract farming for gender inequalities in rural Mozambique.

    Cecilia Navarra
  • Journal article
    The Case of Mozambique

    Using data from the 2011 Demographic and Health Survey in Mozambique this paper checks whether women empowerment has an impact on the nutritional status of children.

    Joseph Deutsch and Jacques Silber
  • Journal article

    We investigate the gender employment gap in the expanding non‐subsistence sector of the economy in Mozambique.

    gender, employment, education, mozambique
  • Journal article

    In this paper, we investigate the long‐term trend of consumption inequality in Mozambique.

    Carlos Gradín and Finn Tarp
  • Journal article

    Mozambique is one of the most promising African countries for producing biofuels and the national biofuel policy of 2009 identifies measures to incentivize biofuel production.

    Faaiqa Hartley, Dirk van Seventer, Emílio Tostão and Channing Arndt
  • Journal article
    Assessing the short-term impact on consumption and poverty of the 2015 flood in Mozambique

    Mozambique is among the most disaster-prone countries in the world. A bigger than usual, and mostly unexpected, flood occurred in the central-northern region of the country in 2015.

    Vincenzo Salvucci and Ricardo Santos
  • Working paper
    Gender inequality in salary expectations of university students

    Students’ expectations about their future wages are established in the literature as relevant determinants of the choices made for education progression.

    Carlos Gradín, Félix Mambo, Yonesse Paris and Ricardo Santos
  • Working paper
    The role of liquefied natural gas and implications for East African producers

    This study provides an overview of the use of natural gas and liquefied natural gas in Asia, both historic, current, and with an outlook for the future.

    Etienne Romsom and Kathryn McPhail
  • Working paper
    High poverty and low trust

    The primary policy response to suppress the spread of COVID-19 in high-income countries has been to lock down large sections of the population.

    Eva-Maria Egger, Sam Jones, Patricia Justino, Ivan Manhique and Ricardo Santos
  • Working paper

    Mozambique experienced important reduction in the poverty rate until recently, before two major natural disasters hit and the country started suffering from a hidden debts.

    Eva-Maria Egger, Vincenzo Salvucci and Finn Tarp
  • Report

    The research is a collaboration with the Labour Market Observatory of the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security of Mozambique.

    April 2020
  • Working paper
    Explaining the gap between expected and realized graduate earnings in Mozambique

    Inaccurate expectations of future wages are found in many contexts. Yet, existing studies overwhelmingly refer to high-income countries, and there is little evidence regarding the sources

    Sam Jones, Ricardo Santos and Gimelgo Xirinda
  • Working paper
    An economy-wide perspective

    The recent discovery of large fields of natural gas in Mozambique has led to great international interest and expectations of future gains

    Silvana Mondlane & Dirk van Seventer