This month we published two new STEG Pathfinding Papers written by researchers at our partner, Y-RISE:
PP11: Can Mass Electrification (Still) Cause Structural Change? from Eric Hsu and Mitchell VanVuren
PP12: Self Employment, Micro-Entrepreneurship, and Development from Austin Davis, Eric Hsu, and Mitchell VanVuren
STEG Pathfinding Papers review what is known and what questions are most salient in specific areas of research and policy related to structural transformation and economic growth. They focus on particular areas of interest within the STEG research programme by summarising key policy questions, synthesising the findings of relevant academic literature, identifying important evidence gaps/research questions, and elucidating the links to the various research themes and cross-cutting issues.