Market Issues in Zimbabwe: Lessons for South Africa.
- Various aspects of the labour market in Zimbabwe since 1980 are examined. These include labour relations, wage policies, education and training, employment policies, and the problem of absorbing the growing labour force into the economy, including unemployment and the informal sector. The strongly interventionist policies of the 1980s are shown to have had some harmful, often unanticipated, general equilibrium effects. Potential lessons for South Africa are drawn from Zimbabwe's experience.
- South African Journal of Economics
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