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Oxford Handbooks in Economics

The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy

The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy

Oxford Handbooks in Economics

The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy

Oxford Handbooks in Economics: The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy

 

This Handbook provides a detailed and wide-ranging coverage of the key economic questions in South Africa, concentrating on the more recent economic challenges facing the country.


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Beschrijving Oxford Handbooks in Economics: The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy

While sharing some characteristics with other middle-income countries, South Africa is a country with a unique economic history and distinctive economic features. It is a regional economic powerhouse that plays a significant role, not only in southern Africa and in the continent, but also as a member of BRICS. However, there has been a lack of structural transformation and weak economic growth, and South Africa faces the profound triple challenges of poverty,
inequality, and unemployment. Any meaningful debate about economic policies to address these challenges needs to be informed by a deep understanding of historical developments, robust empirical evidence, and rigorous analysis of South Africa's complex economic landscape. This volume seeks to provide a
wide-ranging set of original, detailed, and state-of-the-art analytical perspectives that contribute to scientific knowledge as well as to well-informed and productive discourse on the South African economy. While concentrating on the more recent economic issues facing South Africa, the handbook also provides historical and political context. It offers an in-depth examination of strategic issues in the country's key economic sectors, and brings together diverse analytical
perspectives.


ISBN
9780192894199
Pagina's
1120
Verschijnt
Serie
Oxford Handbooks in Economics
NUR
741
Druk
1
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP Oxford

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