Cooperation with LSE MSc Development Management

In the scope of the MSc Development Management 2014-2015 of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) consultancy projects UNIDO cooperated with five graduate students to test EQuIP. In the project the students examined how EQuIP can help policymakers conduct an industrial diagnosis in developing countries. They did this by applying the EQuIP framework and analyzing the past and current industrial policy plans for the case studies of Brazil and Kenya.

The students presented their results to the EQuIP Project Team on April 29, 2015. We gladly share the report with you.

Thank you to:

Maria da Graça Ferraz de Almeida Prado
Michael Mbate
Anja Rangette
Armin Scheffczyk

The Project

EQuIP supports policymakers in developing countries to formulate and design evidence based strategies for inclusive and sustainable industrial development.


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The Tools

The EQuIP toolbox offers stakeholders a range of methodologies to consider for industrial diagnosis and strategy design in their countries.


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E-Learning

The EQuIP project also includes an e-Learning course for some key elements of the toolbox to complement hands-on trainings and facilitate the mastering of EQuIP methodologies.

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EQuIP - Enhancing the Quality of Industrial Policies