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The impact of Monetary Policy on Botswana’s economic growth
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Start Date  03 August 2009
End Date  23 September 2009
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This study will primarily seek to establish how Botswana has used its interest rate policy to control inflation and what side effect this has had on economic growth. This will basically answer the question whether the Interest policy has been growth promoting or anti economic growth


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The Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis has attained a special milestone a research Institute, having been ranked the top think tank in Sub-Saharan Africa by the latest Global Think Tank Index....Read more
 
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BIDPA ranks fourth best African Think Tank
The Think Tank has been steadily progressing positively over the past few years. In the 2014 Global Go To Think Tank Index Report, BIDPA ranked fifth, whilst in 2013, 2012 and 2011 the institute was ranked tenth, twelfth and twenty ninth respectively. ..Read more
BoB should tighten screws on banks – BIDPA
The Botswana Institute for Development Policy Analysis (BIDPA) has called on Bank of Botswana (BoB) to tighten the screws on commercial banks. In a recently released special briefing reviewing the bank charges in Botswana, BIDPA said as the regulator, the..Read more
Beef export competitiveness deteriorates – BIDPA study
Despite impressive performance at the beginning, Botswana has experienced declining beef export competitiveness since the mid 1970s, experts have observed. In a recent working paper titled ‘Export Competitiveness of Botswana’s Beef Industry’ published by ..Read more
 
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