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Namibia Oil and Gas Conference

Fueling the future Join us for our Annual Conference, the Namibian Oil and Gas Conference (16-17 August 2023). Officially endorsed by the Ministry of Mines …

Vacancy for an Intern

The Economic Association of Namibia (EAN) has a vacancy for an intern who will primarily carry out administrative functions at the EAN Office. More specifically, the functions …

Namibia Green Hydrogen Conference

Towards a Green Hydrogen hub in Africa!

Namibia Futures Study – Launch Presentation

Download presentations from the Namibia Futures Study

FIMA: A Necessary Tool for  Financial Stability?

The Economic Association of Namibia together with Namibia Savings & Investment Association held a public discussion on FIMA.

Namibia Economic Outlook 2022

The EAN discussed the state of the Economy yesterday at a fully packed event, amid growing food and energy prices as well as global tensions …

Namibia Health Financing Reform: An Analysis

Wednesday, 10th November 2021 Focus on Namibia Health Financing Reform Study Launch by EAN in News

Leveraging the Services Industry for Economic Growth

27th October 2021 Focus of EAN’s Annual Conference in News

Encourage private sector investment – Uaandja

CEO of the Namibian Investment Promotion and Development board (NIPDB) Nangula Uaandja has cautioned that more needs to be done to encourage private sector investment …

Financing social protection in Namibia

This paper is a collaboration between the OECD Development Centre and the Economic Association of Namibia. It charts the evolution of social protection provision and …

Escalating Job Losses to Ripple Through Domestic Economy – Schade

The latest data from the Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation indicates that during the second half of 2018 close to 2 500 …

Weekly Economic Briefing

WEEK ENDING 11 JANUARY 2019 HIGHLIGHTS South Africa 1. The African National Congress (ANC) launched its 2019 Election Manifesto on 12 January in Durban. 2. …