Financing the Future: Fresh Perspectives on Global Development

In partnership with ODI, UNDP, CEPEI, CABRI, ESRF, DFI and the Brookings Institution, ACET is hosting a conference on "Financing the Future: Fresh Perspectives on Global Development" on March 17 and 18, 2015, in Accra, Ghana. Given the changing nature and the proliferation of new sources and mechanisms of development finance, how can international public finance meet the ...

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Rethinking the Informal Economy

ACET Researcher and Policy Advisor Julius Gatune recently joined the World Economic Forum's Global Strategic Foresight Community, which met for the first time last month in New York. The purpose of the meeting was to provide members with an opportunity to meet each other ...

Towards Economic Transformation

ACET Senior Economist Yaw Ansu recently had a piece in NABC Magazine, a publication of the Netherlands-African Business Council. In the story, Ansu goes over some highlights from our African Transformation Report, including the African Transformation Index and the ...

ACET and Ghana’s National Development Planning Commission Convene Transformation Forum

The need for the economic transformation of Ghana has become more urgent than ever. This was the principal message that emerged from a two-day brainstorming conference organized by the African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) and Ghana’s National Development ...

Amoako Serves on Ghana’s Presidential Advisory Group on the Economy

ACET President K.Y. Amoako is now a member of Ghana President John Dramani Mahama's Presidential Advisory Group on the Economy (PAGE). The first meeting of the group in 2015 was held earlier this week in order to review the ongoing IMF negotiations and to go over ...

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The Public-Private Sector Dialogue on Mining Governance in Ghana series

For more than a century, Ghana, a mineral-rich country, has been engaged in the production of solid minerals for export. The country is the second largest producer of gold in Africa after South Africa, the third-largest African producer of aluminum metal and manganese ore, ...

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ACET and Ghana’s National Development Planning Commission Convene Transformation Forum

The need for the economic transformation of Ghana has become more urgent than ever. This was the principal message that emerged from a two-day brainstorming conference organized by the African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET) and Ghana’s National Development ...