Quick announcements

January 25, 2017   Economics Depart

1. The Masters program (Non - Residential) first year classes will start towards the of January 2017.   2. The Department will be facilitatibg a viva voce for the MA (non residential) program students. Be on the look out for the dates.     3. The Department of Economics will be announcing a call for application into the MA (residential) Program very soon. Please keep in touch with us.

Call for application for Master of Arts in Economics Non-Residential

July 11, 2016   Department

Master of Arts Degree in Economics (Non-Residential)   Applications are invited to pursue a two-year Programme in the Economics Department at Chancellor College leading to the award of Masters Degree in Economics by the University of Malawi.  The Programme consists of two components; namely, a one-year taught course work in the first academic year followed by preparation of a thesis by the student in the second year.     The coursework is offered in two stages.  In the first stage, the student must take five core c...

AfDB and AERC Call for research Proposals

April 18, 2016   Department

Call for Research Proposals African Development Bank (AfDB) and African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) Research and Mentorship Exchange Programme for Newly Graduated Doctoral and Early Career African Researchers Background The Research Department of African Development Bank (AfDB), within the ECON complex, and African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) have designed an exchange programme whereby the new doctorial graduates and early career researchers from Africa can spend an intensive period of research and mentorship at the AfDB...

Malawi Journal of Economics 2016 vol. 1. No.1 out!

April 6, 2016   Department

The Department of Economics proudly presents the first issue of the Malawi Journal of Economics. The Malawi Journal of Economics (MAJE) aims at publishing high quality articles focusing on the application of economic analysis to a wide range of topics in different branches of economics with relevance to economic and policy issues. It is of special interest to Malawian and African academics, students, policy makers, development experts and others interested in the Malawian economy and other African economies.