The Chemical Industries value Chain Analysis Study for Zimbabwe was called for by ZEPARU in collaboration with USAID-SERA program.
This study examines the contribution of the financial sector to economic activity over four economic policy regimes since independence in 1980.
Even before the decade-long economic crisis, the economy of Zimbabwe was already failing to absorb the high numbers of people.
Since the introduction of the multi-currency regime (MCR) in February 2009, economic growth has returned to positive levels.
This paper attempts to assess Zimbabwe’s agricultural competitiveness, in terms of the sector’s performance, and challenges to expanding the sector and improving competitiveness.
The introduction of multi-currency system in the country brought about economic stabilisation, as most critical sectors of the economy registered growth.
This study sought to identify issues and challenges that affect the growth of the tourism sector in Zimbabwe with a view to recommend measures that can position the sector on a sustainable growth path in support of the country's medium term growth objectives.
Zimbabwe has a rich and diverse minerals resource base that could be (and should be) an important contributor to sustainable growth and development.
This study has been supported with funding and technical assistance to ZEPARU from the USAID Strategic Economic Research and Analysis
Zimbabwe has witnessed several policy interventions by the government, aimed at dealing with various challenges.
The study investigates the role of electricity supply in enhancing economic growth in Zimbabwe through different sectors of the economy.
The focus of this paper is on promoting inclusive financial development, where the informal sector, the marginalised and the unbanked sector would be incorporated into the financial sector in order to increase savings base.