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Responses of rural agricultural households to agricultural policies in South Africa.
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An economic evaluation of tourism : a case study of accommodation facilities in southern Maputaland.
The dissertation presents an economic analysis of tourism in the Southern Maputaland Biosphere Reserve. The aim of the study was to gather relevant information on the benefits and costs associated with the existing tourism ...
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 ...
An applied trancendental logarithmic cost function : economies of scale and elasticities of substitution in selected South African manufacturing sectors (1972-1990).
Moll (1991) has criticised the proposal that demand restructuring should act as the impetus for economic growth in a post-apartheid South Africa on the grounds of, a lack of empirical support. The demand restructuring ...
"The solidarity group programme : a mechanism for delivering credit to informal sector microenterprises".
No abstract available.
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 ...
The analytical and empirical appraisal of the Ricardian equivalence with reference to South Africa.
The Government of National Unity, on coming into power in April, 1994, has endorsed the reconstruction and development programme (RDP) and its broad agenda for the rapid removal of the problems and gross inequality evident ...
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 ...