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Economics Association of Zambia

The Zambian Kwacha, has in the first quarter of 2015 depreciated by over fifteen per cent (15%). This is against a depreciation of fourteen per cent (14%) in the whole of 2014.

Kampamba Shula, an Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) member shades more light on our national currency.

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The Inevitable Depreciation of the Zambian Kwacha – Causes, Consequences and Policy

Mr. NgomaMr. Isaac Ngoma, Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) President recently commented on the Fitch report in which Zambia’s credit rating was revised from positive to stable.

The EAZ president said that Zambia’s economic outlook is a sign of some serious concerns which require to be attended to urgently and that it is vital for the government to focus more on economic management.

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Mr. Robert Liebenthal The Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) has advised that the country should go back to profit mining tax as a way of preventing any pullouts.

Mr. Robert Liebenthal, EAZ vice president made this statement when he appeared on Muvi Television’s interview, “Zambia’s Economic Outlook”.

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The public sector provides several inputs to economic growth and their effectiveness ultimately relies on the effort and skills of the agents hired to deliver them.

Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ), the Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) and the International Growth Centre (IGC) will on Tuesday, 17th March, 2015 hold a public discussion dubbed: ‘Incentives of Public Service Delivery’.

The seminar presentation will be delivered by Oriana Bandiera, a professor of Economics from the London School of Economics (LSE) whose expertise includes incentives and contracts in a different range of organisations and countries.
This seminar will focus on a number of issues which will include:

·         How the State can use incentives to recruit, motivate and retain talented agents;

·         The material incentives that attract talent and if they discourage altruism;

·         The material incentives that motivate agents to perform better; and whether they crowd-out their intrinsic motivation and reduce performance.

The discussion will be held at the Taj Pamodzi hotel, Lusaka and will begin at 18:00 to 20:00 hours. This lecture provides some answers from recent field experiments, including collaboration between researchers and the Zambian Ministry of Health.

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The Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) Secretariat offices have moved from plot No. 18965/2 off Katima Mulilo Road in Olympia Park, Lusaka, to plot No. 26 Parirenyetwa Road, Rhodes Park, Lusaka.

Using the Great East Road, turn into Bwinjimfumu Road and keep coming down till you reach a crossroad between Bwinjimfumu and Parirenyetwa Roads. Once there, turn left, we are the second property on your right after King’s Highway SDA School.

You can still reach us on 0211 842088/0953 741662 email us using secretariateaz@gmail.com.

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