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[gview file=”https://ean.org.na/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/INEAQUALITY_10X7L-003.pdf”] The Economics Association of Namibia (EAN), the Namibian newspaper and Hans Seidel Foundation are hosting a National Conference on Inequality in Windhoek on
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Practical oriented training for new researchers in Namibia offered during 2018. To read more, click here ProGrant Call Namibia
The Economic Association of Namibia congratulates its member, Dr. Cyril Ogbokor, for winning the Best Conference Paper Award at the recently concluded Sixth Middle East
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Year-end gala dinner of the Economic Association of Namibia at the Hilton Hotel in Windhoek, on the evening of 30 November 2016 with our guest
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