GHAMOD, the tax-benefit microsimulation model for Ghana has been developed in cooperation with the University of Ghana and the University of Tampere. The model is part of the SOUTHMOD family, a project funded by UNU-WIDER.


GHAMOD was launched in Accra in May 2017 when the first training course took place.

Current team members:

University of Ghana, University of Tampere, University of Essex and UNU-WIDER



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Input data sources:

  • Ghana Living Standards Survey (GSS)

Model outputs:

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