This policy brief summarises the key outcomes and recommendations of the policy dialogue on the key success factors for implementing devolution in Zimbabwe that was held on the 13th of February 2020.
The policy brief raises issues that need to be addressed to ensure that there is harmony in economic policy formulation and management across all government tires, to contextualise economic devolution in a unitary state.
This policy brief summarises the issues presented in the discussion paper titled "Fiscal Transparency and Accountability within the context of Devolution in Zimbabwe".
This brief outlines the outcomes and recommendations from the policy dialogue on Fiscal Transparency and Accountability that was held on the 28th of November 2018.
This policy brief summarises the key findings of the two research papers presented at the ZEPARU-AERC Dissemination workshop on Export Performance and Health Service Delivery.
This paper estimates trade misinvoicing in Zimbabwe from major trading partners using the Morgenstern (1963) methodology. Trade misinvoicing is done for several reasons such as tax evasion, quota avoidance, smuggling, money laundering, or for other unknown reasons.
Zimbabwe’s drive to hyperinflation and the eventual adoption of a multi-currency system, henceforth referred to as a dollarization in February 2009, is well documented in literature.
This Policy Brief summarises the key findings from a detailed study undertaken by ZEPARU in 2016 entitled,‘Reconfiguration of the Zimbabwe Geological Survey’.
This Policy Brief summarises the key findings from a detailed study undertaken by ZEPARU in 2015 entitled, ‘In-Depth Training Needs Assessment Survey in the Zimbabwe Mining Sector’.
Since 2011, USAID’s Strategic Economic Research and Analysis (SERA) program has supported the Government of Zimbabwe in moving toward more inclusive growth built upon evidence-based policy analysis and research.
The developing world, particularly Africa, is awash with natural resources including unparalleled mineral endowments yet Africa is considered the poorest continent on Earth.