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An empirical analysis of the pricing behaviour of selected 3-digit sectors in the South African manufacturing industry (1965-1990).
While conventional economic theory posits that price is determined by the interplay between the forces of supply and demand, review of literature reveals that the findings of industrial surveys and empirical studies of the ...
The Natal Land and Colonisation Company in colonial Natal, 1860 - 1890.
The Natal Land and Colonisation Company was incorporated in 1860 in London. Its capital was partly subscribed by City financiers, the rest being made up of land obtained from Natal land speculators in exchange for fully-paid-up ...
The viability of regional monetary integration : the case of the Southern African common monetary area.
Through mutual trade in goods and assets, economies become closer linked - integrated - and this changes the way these economies react to their own and each other's economic policy and disturbances. Recognising this, the ...
"The solidarity group programme : a mechanism for delivering credit to informal sector microenterprises".
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Responses of rural agricultural households to agricultural policies in South Africa.
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An analysis of real exchange rate disequilibrium in developing countries, with an empirical focus on South Africa.
Since the early 1970s, exchange rate fluctuations have characterised the behaviour of the external value of many currencies in both high- and low-income countries. Up-and-down movements in real exchange rates have been ...
Relevance of the Todaro model in explaining Black migration to and within the Durban Functional Region.
Until recently it was fashionable to describe Durban as one of the fastest growing cities in the world. For those who held this view, the proliferation of informal settlements in and around the city pointed to massive ...
An analysis of export support measures with special reference to South Africa, and the impact of the general export incentive scheme.
South Africa, in common with many other developing countries, embarked on an import substitution policy to promote development and industrialisation. Although initially successful, it was recognised in the late 1960s that ...