By: Robert Pollin, Gerald Epstein, James Heintz and L Ndikumana
The people of South Africa, and the African National Congress-led government, have made extraordinary social and economic advances since ending apartheid and beginning the transition to democracy in 1994. But, as the authors of this book make clear, the country still faces severe problems of mass unemployment, underemployment and poverty. This study presents a detailed economic program designed to produce major reductions in unemployment and poverty and a general increase in economic well-being, and to achieve these ends in a manner that is sustainable over a longer-term framework.
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