Rethinking VAT: Making sense of Zambia’s policy...
On 28 September 2018, the Zambian Minister of Finance, Margaret Mwanakatwe, in her maiden budget address to Parliament, announced a major policy change set to turn the Zambian...
Management in Pakistan: Performance and conflict
Research on Pakistan offers a fascinating insight into the impact of terrorist events on the deterioration of managerial practices. The causes and consequences of the vast...
The struggle for South Sudan: Challenges of...
19 February 2019
South Sudan, the world's youngest country, has experienced a rocky start to its existence as an independent nation. Less than three years after gaining independence in 2011...
Tracking constraints to micro-enterprise growth in...
Existing surveys that aim to measure and track barriers to business growth often under-represent micro-enterprises and small informal firms. Our pilot, which targeted a sample...
The relationship between influential actors’...
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