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  • Project

    Labour markets in South Sudan

    The Labour Bill provides a key step towards establishing economic stability in South Sudan. It establishes the regulatory framework within which employers can operate and create jobs. More specifically the Labour Bill establishes labour institutions, defines general conditions of employment and fundamental rights of workers. The Bill reflects the input of all stakeholders,...

    1 Dec 2012 | Nada Eissa

  • Project

    EAC Negotiation

    Among the many challenges and opportunities facing South Sudan as it embarks on its newly found statehood, is the question of its possible accession to the East African Community (“EAC” or “Community”). Accession to the EAC presents both opportunities and challenges for South Sudan. This note highlights key legal provisions of the EAC’s main documents. It does not...

    1 Nov 2012 | Ana Frischtak

  • Event

    Workshop: IGC South Sudan Launch

    Our newest IGC office was established in South Sudan in May 2012 staffed with an Economist and Deputy Country Directory permanently located in Juba. South Sudan is a state still in conflict. Border tensions and the struggle over oil rents have fostered cross-border raids, Sudanese bombings of refugee camps, and reprisal incursions. The decision in February to stop...

    5–8 August 2012

  • Publication - Policy Brief

    Scenarios for future growth

    1 Mar 2012 | Torfinn Harding

  • Project

    Scenarios for future growth

    All countries face the challenge of designing and implementing macroeconomic policies that are appropriate to individual economies. Macroeconomic policymaking is never “easy”, in the sense that there is only one, obvious answer to how a particular policy should be designed and implemented. There are always choices to be made, and those choices have to be arrived at in...

    1 Feb 2012 | Torfinn Harding