Inclusive Economic Development


7 Feb 2019 | University World News Africa Special Report acknowledges work being done by EPD

University World News Africa Special Report acknowledges work being done by EPD...

8 Jan 2019 | Urban-rural collaboration part of the recipe for balanced development

" To mark the 40th anniversary of its opening-up policy, China hosted an international forum to share the lessons of its metamorphosis from an impove...

29 Nov 2018 | EPD to explore the innovation landscape of the great Karoo region

The Department of Science and Technology (DST), in partnership with the Technology Innovation Agency, has tasked the Economic Performance and Developm...

29 Nov 2018 | Turning East London into a university town of 'new of opportunities'

EPD’s Professor Leslie Bank recently received funding from the Buffalo City Municipal Development Agency (BCMDA) to look at ways of maximising o...

25 Oct 2017 | The role of STI indicators in monitoring SA's inclusive socio-economic development

On 6 October 2017, the HSRC hosted the KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Roadshow on behalf of the National Advisory Council on Innovation (NACI). The event wa...

28 Nov 2016 | Release of trends in international mathematics and science study results

The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) will release the results of the 2015 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) study on...

1 Nov 2016 | Public perceptions of biotechnology have increased over time

" A report, Public Perceptions of Biotechnology in South Africa, produced by the HSRC was released today by the Department of Science and Technology....

29 Sep 2016 | LMIP releases first major skills planning report

The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) was commissioned by Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) to study the dynamics of skills supp...

1 Sep 2016 | Latest LMIP Research publication available for download

LMIP issued the latest edition of their Research Bulletin...

1 Apr 2016 | Study choices and employment transitions among Rhodes and Fort Hare university graduates

" A poor schooling background follow students right through university and graduation and influences their chances of finding employment, especially ...