Global growth is projected to strengthen gradually through 2013, averaging 3.5%, on the back of strong policy actions that have lowered acute crisis risks in the Euro area and the United States of America (USA).
The Zimbabwe Economic Policy Analysis and Research Unit (ZEPARU) has published a policy paper.
This Policy Brief offers advice on strategies necessary to position the Tourism sector on a sustainable growth path, in support of the country's medium term growth objectives.
The World Economy continued to exhibit signs of non-recovery since the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008.
This policy brief offers advice on the necessary conditions that should be created in order for government to successfully issue Treasury Bills in context of a dollarized economy.
Zimbabwe has a rich and diverse minerals resource base that could be (and should be) an important contributor to sustainable growth and development.
In this sixth edition of the Economic Barometer, like its predecessors, we sought to give you our valued readers, a review and insights on the major economic developments that took place in the preceding quarter.
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 global economic performance remained fragile during the second quarter of 2012, especially at the backdrop of the developments in the Euro-Zone.
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.