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Oxford Economics Africa
The company is a majority-owned subsidiary of Oxford Economics that specialises in political and macroeconomic research in Africa.
About the role
As a Political Analyst, you will play a pivotal role in conducting in-depth political risk analysis for 10 countries in Africa. Your work will involve extensive research on various factors impacting the political and policy environments of these countries. Your findings will be used to provide valuable insights and analysis, which will be communicated to our clients through subscription products. This role is ideal for individuals with a keen interest in history, current affairs, and a strong analytical ability to present findings clearly and comprehensively.
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