Recent Submissions

  • INTRODUCTION 

    Kaplinsky, Raphael (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
  • AN INDUSTRIAL STRATEGY FOR A POST?APARTHEID SOUTH AFRICA 

    Joffe, Avril; Kaplan, David; Kaplinsky, Raphael; Lewis, David (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary This article addresses the need to revive industrial growth in the context of a global industrial environment in which competitive pressures are not only growing but are also changing in nature. Four linked ...
  • MONETARY AND FINANCIAL POLICY IN SOUTH AFRICA: REDISTRIBUTION THROUGH THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM? 

    Harvey, Charles; Jenkins, Carolyn (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary Unlike many other countries in sub?Saharan Africa, South Africa's sophisticated financial system provides considerable opportunity for using monetary policy for macroeconomic objectives. Liberalized financial ...
  • RESTRUCTURING SOUTH AFRICAN AGRICULTURE 

    And, Merle; Lipton, Michael (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary There is disagreement about whether agricultural reform is a priority for south Africa, the authors argue that apartheid policies, which discriminated against labour?intensive, especially small?scale farming, led ...
  • MANUFACTURING IN SOUTH AFRICAN MICROENTERPRISES 

    Manning, Claudia; Mashigo, Angela Pinky (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary This article is based on research into manufacturing microenterprises in South Africa conducted by the authors for the Industrial Strategy Project. The paper documents the principal research results which emerged ...
  • THE TAXATION OF MINERAL RENT UNDER SOUTH AFRICA'S MINING TAX REFORMS 

    Daniel, Philip (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary In common with many other countries, South Africa has operated a special system for the taxation of mining income. During most of the twentieth century the taxation of mining has provided a substantial proportion ...
  • POLICIES TOWARDS INWARD FOREIGN INVESTMENT 

    Brown, Roland; Faber, Mike; Sisulu, Max (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary This article considers the policies which a democratic government of South Africa should adopt towards inward foreign investment and what instruments should be sued to give effect to those policies. The article ...
  • THE CHALLENGES FACING SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES 

    Gourley, Brenda; Morris, Mike (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary Immense challenges face South African universities at this time of transition towards a non?racial, democratic society. Such challenges are varied since the universities suffer in different ways from their history ...
  • EDUCATION IN SOUTH AFRICA: PRESENT CONSTRAINTS AND FUTURE CHALLENGES 

    Colclough, Christopher; Pillay, Pundy (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary Decades of inequality in the provision of education in South Africa have led to a highly differential system, with far greater resources being made available, on a per capita basis, to the White population than ...
  • POLICIES FOR PEACE 

    Graham, Paul (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary Without widespread peace in South Africa there can be little hope for any successful post?apartheid policy agenda. At present violence is widespread and specific policies will have to be generated to foster peace ...
  • FORMULATING POLICY FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOUTH AFRICA: SOME OBSERVATIONS 

    Mboweni, Tito (Institute of Development Studies, 01/01/1994)
    Summary This article describes the constitutional process of policy formulation within the ANC and its links with other organizations which have been prominent in the struggle to overthrow Apartheid. It discusses the ...