Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Employment Studies


Analysing Intersectoral Outsourcing in South Africa

Tregenna examines whether services employment growth in South Africa can be explained by outsourcing or… Read More

Which Sectors Can Be Engines of Growth and Employment in South Africa? An Analysis of Manufacturing and Services

Tregenna investigates whether manufacturing still has the potential to be the engine of growth in… Read More

South African Mining Sector Employment: Forecast To 2025

Baartjes focuses on trends in mining employment in South Africa, per sector, and includes a… Read More

Manufacturing Exports and Employment Growth

Davies considers the role of manufacturing exports in creating employment. It looks at the potential… Read More

What Theory and International Experience Suggest about the Role of Manufacturing in Good Employment Growth for South Africa

Although econometric evidence is not very strong, there seems no reason to doubt that parts… Read More

Formal-Informal Economy Linkages and Unemployment in South Africa

South Africa’s high involuntary unemployment and small informal sector are attributed to an underperforming formal… Read More

Formal/Informal Linkages in South Africa: Some Considerations

To know how the economy might meet the target of halving unemployment by 2014, the… Read More

Agricultural Employment Scenarios

Agriculture is often held up as a sector in which much employment can be created.… Read More

The Socio-Economic Impact of the Global Downturn on South Africa: Responses and Policy Implications

By the end of 2008, the South African economy had begun to experience the impact… Read More