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South African Economic Policy under Democracy

Listed editor(s):
  • Aron, Janine
    (Research Fellow, CSAE, Department of Economics, Oxford University)

  • Kahn, Brian
    (Senior Deputy Head of the Research Department, South African Reserve Bank)

  • Kingdon, Geeta
    (Professor, Institute of Education, London University)

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South Africa experienced a momentous change of government from the Apartheid regime to its first democratic government in 1994. This book provides an up-to-date and comprehensive assessment of South Africa's economic policies and performance under democracy. The book includes a stand-alone introduction and economic overview, as well as chapters on growth, monetary and exchange rate policy and fiscal policy, on capital flows and trade policy, on investment and industrial and competition policy, on the effect of AIDs in the macroeconomy, and on unemployment, education and inequality and poverty. Each chapter, and the overview chapter in particular, also addresses prospects for the future. Contributors to this volume - Tania Ajam (AFREC and Financial and Fiscal Commission of South Africa) Janine Aron (University of Oxford) Servaas van der Berg (University of Stellenbosch) Anthony Black (University of Cape Town) Rashad Cassim (Statistics South Africa) Lawrence Edwards (University of Cape Town) Linette Ellis (University of Stellenbosch) Dirk Ernst van Seventer (TIPS, South Africa) Johannes W. Fedderke (University of Cape Town) Brian Kahn (South African Reserve Bank) Geeta Kingdon (University of London) John Knight (University of Oxford) Jonathan Leape (London School of Economics) Murray Leibbrandt (University of Cape Town) John Muellbauer (University of Oxford) Stan Du Plessis (University of Stellenbosch) Simon Roberts (Competition Commission of South Africa) Ben Smit (University of Stellenbosch) Lynne Thomas (London School of Economics) Christopher Woolard (University of Cape Town) Ingrid Woolard (University of Cape Town)

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This book is provided by Oxford University Press in its series OUP Catalogue with number 9780199551460 and published in 2009.
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