The ongoing “polycrisis” has spawned many effects, one of the most worrying of which is the escalating fiscal-cum-debt crises in many countries across the Global South. Calls are rising for accelerated debt relief to avert a humanitarian crisis. But is there a right and wrong way to do debt relief? Can poor debt relief strategy […]
IMANI-GIZ Reform Dialogue: Is Ghana’s Macroeconomic Environment an Enabler or a Hammer to attracting Investment?
IMANI Centre for Policy and Education and GIZ Ghana, invites you to its Reform Dialogue Series (RDS) to help examine the case for crafting a balanced and sound macroeconomic framework capable of enhancing growth and development through investment. The dialogue will discuss answers to the following questions. How do we make Ghana’s macroeconomic framework […]