Thursday, June 22, 2017

Global Employment Dynamics

Employment and Income Distribution Experiences of Minerals Exporters and of Countries Achieving Growth Acceleration: Executive Summary

Many but not all minerals-dependent countries have performed badly in spite of the apparent advantage… Read More

Exchange Rate and Employment: The Experience of Fast-Growing Economies

This paper forms part of an Human Sciences Research Council project on exchange rates and… 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

Emerging Markets and the Global Recession

This paper was prepared as part of a series on the economic and employment impacts… Read More

The Impact of the Crisis on Semi-Industrialised Countries

Williamson considers the channels through which the global financial crisis affects the real economy. There… Read More

International Policy Response of Developing Countries to the Global Economic Crisis

“The impact of the 2008 financial crisis on emerging markets like South Africa has been… Read More

Growth, Employment and Distribution Impacts of Minerals Dependency: Four Case Studies

Cross-country evidence on the direct and indirect impacts of minerals dependency on growth suggests that… Read More

Taking Off Into Sustained, Equitable Growth:Lessons From Successes And Failures

Berry offers an extensive set of case studies of economies that achieved sustained high growth.… Read More