The Mozambique Institutional Diagnostic (MID) study officially started in February 2019 under a contract with the Development Economics Research Group (DERG) of the University of Copenhagen, in coordination with activities supported by DERG and UNU-WIDER in Mozambique.
The methodology for designing the EDI Institutional Diagnostic tool relies on in-depth case studies of a select group of countries, aimed at comprehensively exploring the relationship between the characteristics and functioning of a country’s institutions and its economic development performance and constraints. The MID study builds on the methodology developed for Tanzania, Benin and Bangladesh, incorporating lessons from each.
This document provides an overview of our approach.
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