As a part of the SA-TIED Seminar Series, researchers from the work stream on Public revenue mobilization for inclusive development will present the research findings of their recent working paper on South Africa's...
SA-TIED research specialists in statistics, quantitative analysis, and econometrics, from the workstream on macroeconomic modelling for policy formulation, will host a two day workshop in Pretoria, South Africa at the National...
SA-TIED's work stream on macroeconomic modelling for policy formulation will hold a technical workshop for staff at the National Treasury on economy-wide multiplier models. The participants use multipliers in their daily work.
As a part of the SA-TIED Seminar Series, Professor Carol Newman will present the research findings of her team's work on the impact of resource misallocation on total factor productivity within and between firms in South Africa.
Within the framework of Southern Africa — Towards Inclusive Economic Development, the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) is initiating work on regional adaptation and mitigation strategies to climate change.
Participants in the SA-TIED Young Scholars programme will present their research topics during a poster session and reception at the Sheraton Pretoria Hotel.
Topic: How do we support job creation and reduce inequalities in South Africa?
Researchers from the Enterprise development for job creation and growth work stream will meet in Pretoria to share their works in progress.
This workshop is part of the capacity-building initiatives of the Macroeconomic modelling for policy formulation work stream. It will engage National Treasury Staff in a discussion about macroeconomic models and their application to South Africa.
Researchers from the Public revenue mobilization for inclusive development work stream will meet in Pretoria to share their works in progress.
Researchers from the Turning the tide on inequality work stream will meet in Pretoria to share their works in progress. The annual meeting provides an opportunity for researchers to share the progress of their work and to explore areas for research advancement.
Under the SA-TIED programme qualified researchers have access to highly granular administrative tax datasets derived from South African Revenue Services’ data to answer important questions about tax policy and inequality in South Africa.