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The Institute for Economic Research on Innovation (IERI) is based in the Faculty of Economics and Finance of the Tshwane University of Technology. IERI does policy research in the political economy of knowledge to promote sustainable economic growth, social development and political democracy.

IERI provides in-depth analysis of systems of innovation, science and technology policy and local economic development. It focuses on local, provincial and national levels within South Africa; and at the regional and continental level across Africa. Through reports, publications, seminars and workshops, IERI engages in debate about policy alternatives for economic, social and political development.

IERI is a non-profit university-based organisation. Research results are placed in the public domain, through the publication of reports, the submission of articles to both specialised and mass media, and through participation in seminars, workshops and conferences. IERI provides information and analysis of value to decision-makers and participants in science, technology and innovation policy debates, inside and outside government.

Contact details

Tel: 012 382 3073
Fax: 012 382 3071
email:
contact@ieri.org.za

Physical address:     
Tshwane University of Technology
Institute for Economic Research on Innovation
Ground Floor, Metro Skinner Campus
159 Skinner Street
Pretoria
Postal address:
Tshwane University of Technology
Faculty of Economics and Finance
Institute for Economic Research on Innovation
159 Skinner Street
Pretoria
0001
SOUTH AFRICA

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IERI is located on the ground floor of TUT’s Metro Skinner Campus at 159 Skinner Street in Pretoria. The campus is located on the south (west-ward) side of Skinner Street, between Paul Kruger Street and Bosman Street . In addition to street level parking, underground parking is available through an entrance on the western side of the front building.