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Latest Publications

The State of the Ghanaian Economy in 2013

Ghana achieved a record high growth of 15% in 2011 (IMF, 2014a), but this could not be sustained in the subsequent years. The country’s growth has, however, been consistently above the average (median) ... read more

The Researcher

In this edition, spanning the period January to June 2014, we get started with a moment of inspiration from the Director’s desk. In field news, we bring you up-to-date information on the EGC-ISSER Socio-economic Panel Survey. For our feature, we will, in what will be the .... read more

Policies and Options for Ghana’s Economic Development

The Policies and Options for Ghana’s Economic Development published by the Institute of Statistical, Social and Economic Research (ISSER) provide incisive analysis of policies and strategies that have been implemented ...read more

 

News & Events

 

 

 

 

State of the Ghanaian Economy Report Roadshow

The 2014 edition of the State of the Ghanaian Economy Report roadshow (SGER roadshow, the roadshow) has come off in Cape Coast and Yamoransa, of the Central region, on November 27 and 28, 2014 respectively. It was an exhilarating two-day encounter – of ISSER and the EGN – with the Central region, an encounter of insightful presentations, practical question and answer sessions and useful interactions that contributed to empowering participants with information they need to make informed decisions.

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The State of the Ghanaian Economy Report of ISSER – A feature   

The Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER) on October 2, 2014 launched the 23rd edition of its flagship publication – the State of the Ghanaian Economy Report (SGER).Starting in 1992 when the first Report was issued, the SGER has remained one of the most comprehensive, and credible sources of informed analysis on the Ghanaian economy –a valuable resource to guide government and high

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ISSER PhD Students Graduate 

Two students of the Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER) PhD Programme in Development Studies – Freda Elikplim Asem and Philip Mantey – graduated from the University of Ghana (UG) with PhDs in Development Studies at the graduation ceremony held on Friday, November 7, 2014 at the Great Hall of the University. 

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MA Development Studies

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