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What would it take for Mozambique’s growth to be inclusive?

In late November 2017 more than 100 people gathered in Maputo, Mozambique, to participate in a joint reflection on poverty and inequality in the country...

Poverty and inequality Mozambique
Working Paper
Investigating growing inequality in Mozambique

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

Inequality Mozambique Decomposition
Working Paper
Gender inequality in employment in Mozambique

We investigate the trend in the gender employment gap in the expanding non-subsistence sector of the economy in Mozambique, a country still characterized by a large subsistence agricultural sector...

Gender Employment Education
Working Paper
Robustness tests for multidimensional poverty comparisons

This paper provides practical tests for the robustness of multidimensional comparisons of well-being...

Multidimensional poverty Pointwise dominance Robustness
News
Tony Addison speaks on extractives industries and development during Mozambican MPs’ visit to Finnish parliament

UNU-WIDER Chief Economist-Deputy Director, Tony Addison , presented on the extractives industries and development during the exchange visit of the 5th Commission of the Parliament of Mozambique to Finland on 14 November 2017. Tony Addison presenting...

Extractives Mozambique
Working Paper
Contracts between smallholders and private firms in Mozambique and their implications on food security

The focus of this paper is the role played in rural contexts by contract farming agreements between smallholders and private investors...

Contract farming Food security Mozambique
Working Paper
Exiting the fragility trap: Rethinking our approach to the world’s most fragile states

Those fragile states whose stagnation is so tenacious despite generous aid programs, and substantial and costly interventions, are stuck in a ‘fragility trap.’ Caught in a low-level equilibrium, trapped states appear to be in a perpetual ...

Fragile states Mali Bangladesh
Working Paper
Is inequality underestimated in Mozambique?: Accounting for underreported consumption

Household budget surveys in sub-Saharan Africa are designed to facilitate poverty measurement and may fail to fully capture consumption in wealthy households. As a result, inequality is likely underestimated...

Consumption underreporting Household surveys Inequality
Policy Brief
Multidimensional poverty and wellbeing in Mozambique Poverty Multidimensional poverty Household survey
Journal Article
Learning by Exporting: The Case of Mozambican Manufacturing

Part of Journal Special Issue Learning to Compete

Firm level analysis Learning spillovers Exports
Policy Brief
Poverty in Mozambique: Significant progress but challenges remain Poverty Inequality Survey data
Working Paper
A review of social issues for biofuels investment in Mozambique

This study discusses the potential for expanding cultivation of biofuel feedstock in Mozambique from several angles...

Biofuel Mozambique Sugarcane
Working Paper
Economic impacts of developing a biofuel industry in Mozambique

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...

Biofuel Computable general equilibrium Food security
Working Paper
Gender divide in agricultural productivity in Mozambique

In this study we analyze the gender gap in agricultural productivity in Mozambique applying the Oaxaca-Blinder decomposition approach on data from four agricultural surveys between 2002 and 2012...

Gender gap Agricultural productivity Mozambique
Working Paper
Mapping deprivation in Mozambique: An analysis of census data (1997–2007)

In this study we analyse the evolution of deprivation indicators and of a multidimensional poverty index using Mozambican census data for 1997 and 2007...

Multidimensional poverty Deprivation Mozambique
Working Paper
Industries without smokestacks: Mozambique country case study

Under the current international economic conditions, where Asian countries are strong competitors in the manufacturing commodities, low-income countries like Mozambique could attempt to compete in industries without smokestacks...

Industries Exports policy
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