Economics Association of Zambia

The Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) is a non-partisan, Professional Association whose membership includes experts in the areas of economics, business administration, finance and allied fields. The Association is registered under the Societies Act as a Non-Governmental and Not for Profit Organisation. It serves as a forum for the articulation of economic and other developmental issues.

The Association aims to promote the socio-economic development of Zambia and the region by undertaking research, training, education, publication and consultancy in the field of economics and related disciplines.

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EAZ Constitution review forum held

As part of the ongoing EAZ Constitution review process, the Association recently held a member’s forum meeting at Mulungushi International Conference Center (MICC) to update members on the status of the review and ratification process.

EAZ Constitution review committee meets

The Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) has embarked on the process of ratifying the draft constitution. A Committee that has been set up to review and consolidate the views on the draft Constitution from members

EAZ visits Mopani Copper Mines

The Economics Association of Zambia team undertook a tour of Mopani Copper Mines to get an appreciation of its operations. Mopani Copper Mines operates underground mines, a concentrator, a Smelter, and a refiner at its

Articles

A Reexamination of the Zambian Debt Crisis

Since the 2013 announcement of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, worries of Chinese economic imperialism through funding development projects have continued to inform Western opinions of China-Africa relations. In 2020, Zambia became the first post-COVID

Learning from Zambia’s Economic Mistakes

Zambia’s economic mismanagement of the last decade is a perfect illustration of George Santayana’s famous warning that ‘those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it’. In a history of Zambian economic policy

Notices

Townhall meeting with IMF Managing Director

Zambia – towards a more resilient and inclusive future: A Conversation with IMF Managing Director and University of ZAMBIA Zambia is making promising progress in its reform efforts to restore sustainability, invest in youth, combat

EAZ membership classes

2023 EAZ Membership

Please be informed that your Membership subscription to the EAZ for the year 2023 will be due on 1st January, 2023. You may wish to know that by supporting the Economics Association of Zambia through your

EAZ Members’ Forum

There shall be a member’s forum to review the EAZ draft Constitution meeting on Thursday 17th November 2022 at Mulungushi International Conference Center (MICC) from 18:00 hours to 20:00 hours.

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