ICT investments on productivity: The example of mobile towers in Ethiopia
Impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on Ethiopia
Inflation in Ethiopia: Supply-side drivers
Climate information services to enhance agricultural resilience: Evidence from Ethiopia
Gender discrimination in access to capital: Experimental evidence from Ethiopian SGBs
The gender imbalances in Ethiopia’s dairy value chains
Prospects for rural jobs in Ethiopia
Projecting the impact of COVID-19 on exports in Ethiopia
Pass-through shocks and income: The impact of COVID-19 on remittances in Ethiopia
Impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on vegetable value chains in Ethiopia
Video: Helping young Ethiopians find jobs
Assisting Job Search in Low-Employment Communities
Worker turnover and job flows in the formal private sector of Ethiopia
Urban experimentation: How housing, transport, and infrastructure projects are revolutionising Addis Ababa
Ethiopia has been one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, but recently has faced severe macroeconomic imbalances and high unemployment. The IGC Ethiopia Country Programme, since 2010, has conducted research on growth topics driven by active consultation with local policymakers, think tanks, international organisations, and the private sector. IGC Ethiopia’s projects include work on housing issues for manufacturing workers, bank management practices, and trade liberalisation and infrastructure improvements’ impact on firm productivity. Going forward, IGC Ethiopia will continue to build policy-relevant research in the areas of firm productivity, jobs and labour markets, and macroeconomic management such as foreign exchange and inflation.
IGC Ethiopia continues to build on a successful partnership with the Policy Studies Institute to partner with Ethiopian policymakers on independent research of the highest quality. It promotes collaboration with local researchers, including building a local researcher network by engaging with the Ethiopian Economics Association.