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The Zambia Institute for Policy Analysis and Research (ZIPAR) in collaboration with the Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA), Bonn, Germany and the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, USA cordially invites you to participate in the conference on “Labour Markets in Southern Africa: Evidence and Policy Lessons”. The conference will take place from 27th to 28th October, 2016 at the New NIPA Conference Centre in Lusaka.
The conference which will bring together Labour Market researchers from across the world to Southern Africa, will provide a platform for high level dialogue and exchange of ideas between development researchers, practitioners and policy-makers. The two conference days will feature presentations based on invited papers by renowned speakers from academia, economic policy and development practice. The sessions will be complemented by two panel discussions and keynote speeches by the Zambia Government and Development Partners.
For details about the programs and the discussants at the conference, click the links below:
Please note that this conference is strictly by invitation only
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