Researchers from the Public revenue mobilization for inclusive development work stream of the SA-TIED project met in Pretoria, South Africa to share the preliminary results of their research work in progress.
SA-TIED will hold a 2-day workshop for the team working together to build PITMOD, a microsimulation model for personal income tax that will use the EUROMOD microsimulation software and be underpinned by tax administrative data. The PITMOD project proposal was co-designed by SARS and SASPRI.
SA-TIED will hold a 4-day training workshop on disclosure control, data curation, and metadata creation.
SA-TIED will hold a 2-day synthetic data training course for policy and research officials in the National Treasury of the Republic of South Africa to support national capacity to manage and use economic data for evidence-based policy making.
SA-TIED researchers Njeri Wabiri and David Fadiran will present their recent research on the spatial dynamics of firm-level productivity in South Africa to policy officials.
SA-TIED participated in a two-day conference on ‘Inclusive and Sustainable Economic Development – Envisioning Wealth for All’ at the Bingu International Conference Centre in Lilongwe, Malawi.
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.
SA-TIED and its partners funded a 5-day training workshop on the challenges of the fourth industrial revolution for industrial development.
South Africa is highly coal and energy-intensive, with an economy characterized by extremely high levels of unemployment and inequality.
SA-TIED held a 5-day macroeconomic forecast training session at the Bureau for Economic Research in Stellenbosch.