"To contribute to economic and social development through the promotion and advocacy of sound economic policies."

Economics Association of Zambia

As you should be aware by now, the Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) will be holding the 2014 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, 20th December, 2014.
Kindly click on the links below to access the following documents:
1. EAZ AGM notice
2. EAZ Audited Financial statements for 2011 and 2012.
3.Nomination paper.
4. The EAZ Constitution.
5.Articles of Association.

2014 EAZ AGM notice with venue

EAZ Audited statements 2011

EAZ Audited statements 2012

Nomination Paper

THE EAZ Constitution

THE EAZ ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

Kindly note that only paid up EAZ paid up members in 2014  will have the right to vote and only paid up members  in the last three consecutive years can vie for a position.

Since 2012 the Economics Association of Zambia (EAZ) is a company limited by guarantee and as  you may be aware by now, the EAZ will be holding its Annual General Meeting on 20th December, 2014, venue will  soon be communicated. In view of this important meeting ahead of us, we would like to share our Articles of Association with you.Please click on the link below to read the said document.

THE EAZ ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

 

 

The Economic Policy Resource Centre (EPRC) is an open-access online information
exchange system for economic research and policy outputs from Southern Africa,
hosted by the Southern African Institute for Policy and Research. It is
specifically designed to bring together previously disparate resources on economic
policy produced both within Africa, as well as internationally. The EPRC is
currently focused on materials from Zambia. You can search for and access materials
from academic, non-governmental, and governmental institutions using this
state-of-the-art database system. Access to the database system is freely available
to you.

We believe that the EPRC can serve several important public good purposes, from
informing academic and applied research to informing policy formulation and
legislative decision making in Zambia (and eventually in Southern Africa). In view
with this, the EPRC now also has a blog component, in which you can share your
impressions and opinions of the EPRC as a resource for accessing policy relevant
research outputs and analytical materials. It is also about your perceptions and
insights about the content of the materials on the EPRC and economic policy issues
more generally speaking.

For any queries or to contribute to the blog, please contact the EPRC Database
Manager, Jessica Achberger, at jessica.achberger@saipar.org also visit

http://www.saipar.org:8080/eprc/ for more information.

 

This gallery contains 7 photos.

EAZ President with EAZ Deputy National Secretary signing book of condolences.

EAZ President with EAZ Deputy National Secretary signing book of condolences.

EAZ Vice President signing the book of condolences at Government House.

EAZ Vice President signing the book of condolences at Government House.

EAZ President Mr. Isaac Ngoma with EAZ Vice President Mr. Robert Liebenthal signing the book of condolences.

EAZ President Mr. Isaac Ngoma with EAZ Vice President Mr. Robert Liebenthal signing the book of condolences.

Different view of EAZ President Mr. Isaac Ngoma signing the book of condolences.

Different view of EAZ President Mr. Isaac Ngoma signing the book of condolences.

EAZ Vice President, EAZ Executive Director and EAZ President at Government House before signing the book of condolences.

EAZ Vice President, EAZ Executive Director and EAZ President at Government House before signing the book of condolences.

EAZ Vice President with EAZ Executive Director and EAZ Deputy National Secretary at Government House, Lusaka.

EAZ Vice President with EAZ Executive Director and EAZ Deputy National Secretary at Government House, Lusaka.

EAZ President with EAZ Deputy National Secretary and EAZ Executive Director at Government House, Lusaka.

EAZ President with EAZ Deputy National Secretary and EAZ Executive Director at Government House, Lusaka.

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