Mr Stewart Ngandu

DEPARTMENT: Economic Perfomance and Development (EPD)
TELEPHONE: 012 302 2432

Mr Stewart Ngandu is a chief researcher in the Economic Performance and Development research programme. He holds an MSc in economics from the University of Zimbabwe (UZ).

Before joining the HSRC, he worked as a research assistant at UZ on an economic modelling and policy analysis project, which involved the construction of a dynamic computable general equilibrium model. He was also a graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Economics at UZ where he tutored undergraduate and post-graduate students.

His particular research interests include computable general equilibrium modelling, with special emphasis on its use in labour market scenarios (labour market forecasting), exchange rates, with an emphasis on their impact on employment, economic growth and its impact on employment and services reform.


NDA: Impact Evaluation Study

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KZN Department of Transport: Pilot Pothole Patching Programme

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