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Expenditure elasticities and growth linkages for rural households in two study areas of KwaZulu-Natal.
Expenditure patterns were investigated to determine the potential impact of a widespread income shock on household expenditure and to estimate the potential for growth linkages to spur agriculture-led growth in two ...
Distortion of incentives for farm households in KwaZulu.
KwaZulu is a less developed region of South Africa. Low agricultural incomes have contributed to widespread poverty in the region. Despite intense population pressure on the land, arable resources are underutilized. ...
Economic factors affecting human fertility in the developing areas of South Africa.
The World Bank has expressed concern over the high population growth rates in sub-saharan Africa. South Africa's annual population growth rate in the traditional sector is 2,9 percent. This study identifies the economic ...