SALDRU contributions to The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy

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Oxford University Press recently published The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy, edited by Arkebe Oqubay, Fiona Tregenna and Imraan Volodia. This handbook aims to “provide original, comprehensive, detailed, state-of-the-art analytical perspectives, that contribute to knowledge while also contributing to well-informed and productive discourse on the South African economy”. Several of the chapters were contributed to by SALDRU’s Researchers, Associates and Affiliates. These are listed below, with Saldrupians’ names in bold:

  • Chapter 9 Inequality in South Africa – Murray Leibbrandt and Fabio Andrés Díaz Pabón (SALDRU working paper version available here)
  • Chapter 16 Climate Change and the Green Transition in South Africa – Channing Arndt, Sherwin Gabriel, Faaiqa Hartley, Kenneth Marc Strzepek, and Timothy Thomas
  • Chapter 21 South Africa’s International Trade – Lawrence Edwards
  • Chapter 31 Changing Dynamics in the South African Labour Market – Haroon Bhorat, Ben Stanwix, and Amy Thornton
  • Chapter 32 The Youth Labour Market in South Africa – Cecil Mlatsheni
  • Chapter 33 The Economics of Education in South Africa – Nicola Branson and David Lam
  • Chapter 34 Gender and Work in South Africa – Daniela Casale, Dorrit Posel, and Jacqueline Mosomi

Further information on each chapter is available here.