The Great Recession and its Implications for Human Values Publication
The Emergence of Systems of Innovation in South(ern) Africa: Long Histories and Contemporary Debates Publication
Great Recession Book Launch Speakers and Contributors
World Expo Workshop Facilitators
Annual Report 2015/16
Low Carbon Economy Roundtable Speakers
PGM & Fuel Cells Roundtable Speakers
MISTRA Y at the PGM & Fuel Cells Roundtable
Ethics Conference at DBSA
Ethics Conference Day 2 Speakers
MISTRA’s research covers nation-formation, economic growth and social equity.
MISTRA staff regularly contributes to both print and electronic media on a wide range of policy-related issues of current relevance in the public discourse.
MISTRA produces a range of publications, including occasional papers, Monthly Briefings, speeches and conference papers to impact continuously on public discourse on a wide range of strategic policy-relevant issues.
MISTRA conducts regular open and closed dialogues in partnership with relevant organisations as well as like-minded institutions. Strategic Reflections meant to add value to public discourse and to incubate ideas by providing a platform for societal dialogue.
Lecture by Mcebisi Jonas, former Deputy Minister of Finance at the Mapungubwe Annual Lecture on 16 May 2017 at the University of Johannesburg.
MISTRA Executive Director, Joel Netshitenzhe presentation on 'How Capitalism Can Deliver for Everyone in South Africa,' at the CDE and MISTRA event on 29 March 2017.
Dr. Beth Vale's paper titled, The Creative Economy After Dark: Youth Power and Creativity in Johannesburg Nightclubs was written for the South African Cultural Observatory 2nd Annual Conference on the 24th and 25th of May 2017.
MISTRA’s newsletter aims to inform partners about the Institute’s research, strategic reflections, published papers, and other news relating to the network of people and organisations committed to MISTRA’s work.