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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 ...
Franchising as a mechanism for economic empowerment in South Africa.
South Africa is currently undergoing a phase of transformation that has indicated a shift from institutionalised oppression in all political, social and economic spheres to a society that is ideally open, free and ...
An empirical analysis of the role of imports in the South African economy.
It is generally acknowledged that there is no sufficient, exhaustive and elaborate empirical examination of the quantitative impact of policies pertaining to import demand and economic growth in South Africa. In order ...
A cost-effectiveness analysis of the clinical curative measure as an alternative to tuberculosis management in the Pietermaritzburg-Msunduzi council area.
This research examines the treatment of Tuberculosis in South Africa, focussing particularly on the Pietermaritzburg-Msunduzi Council Area in the Natal province. Two alternative measures of TB control are examined, the ...
Tourism as an instrument of local development with particular reference to Port St. Johns in terms of the Wild Coast Spatial Development Initiative (WCSDI).
Despite the fact that the Wild Coast area is well endowed with natural resources, the area is severely underdeveloped and experiencing high levels of unemployment. It is against this background that the South African ...