UNU-WIDER and UNESCAP will hold the annual WIDER Development Conference at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok, Thailand over three days 11-13 September. The SA-TIED programme will be presenting its work in a panel session for Parallel 7.1, Friday morning, on the conference topic of...
SA-TIED was present in Johannesburg during the 2019 Biennial Conference of the Economic Society of South Africa to share research results from some of the programme’s work.
South Africa is highly coal and energy-intensive, with an economy characterized by extremely high levels of unemployment and inequality.
Professor Carol Newman presents the research findings of her team's work under the SA-TIED programme on the impact of resource misallocation on total factor productivity within and between firms in South Africa at the University of Pretoria.
Lillian Khumalo, an SA-TIED researcher based at the South African Revenue Services (SARS), will present her scoping study on the current state of tax and taxation policy research in South Africa and will provide insights on the administrative tax data now available to fill gaps in this body of...
Amina Ebrahim, Research Associate of SA-TIED and UNU-WIDER, was invited to give a presentation at the 2019 edition of the Public Economics Winter School.
Karmen Naidoo will present her research findings on the role that innovation and exports play in employment creation at the level of the South African firm.
Wynnona Steyn of the South African Revenue Services presented a recent SA-TIED study at the 7th World Congress of the International Microsimulation Association (IMA) held in Galway, Ireland.
The SA-TIED programme will be in Brussels on the 18-19 of June for the European Development Days conference (EDD). The theme of this year’s conference is “Addressing inequalities: Building a world which leaves no one behind.”
SA-TIED researchers from the Energy Research Centre will share the results of their recent research on how to reduce South Africa's greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) affordably.
Bryce McCall and Bruno Merven present their research findings on South Africa's least-cost options for climate change mitigation to research staff and policy officials at the National Treasury.
Large and rapid declines in costs for renewable energy systems, particularly solar and wind power, and efforts to limit greenhouse gas emissions are reshaping energy systems globally.