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Pro-Poor Economic Growth Models for South Africa

Pro-Poor Economic Growth Models for South Africa

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These research reports were commissioned by the Oxfam GB South Africa Programme. The collection contains the following papers; Halving Poverty and Unemployment in South
Africa: Choices for the next ten years by Asghar Adelzadeh - Director Applied Development Research Solutions, USA, What is Pro Poor Growth? What are some of the things that hinder its achievement in South Africa? Charles Meth- Honorary Research Fellow School of Development Studies University of Kwa Zulu Natal and Research Associate South African Labour and
Development Research Unit, University of Cape Town, Pro Poor Trade and Industry Policies: Considerations for South Africa, Mohammed Jahed - Associate Professor Graduate School Of Public and Development Management, University of The Witwatersrand.
These research reports were commissioned by the Oxfam GB South Africa Programme. The collection contains the following papers; Halving Poverty and Unemployment in South
Africa: Choices for the next ten years by Asghar Adelzadeh - Director Applied Development Research Solutions, USA, What is Pro Poor Growth? What are some of the things that hinder its achievement in South Africa? Charles Meth- Honorary Research Fellow School of Development Studies University of Kwa Zulu Natal and Research Associate South African Labour and
Development Research Unit, University of Cape Town, Pro Poor Trade and Industry Policies: Considerations for South Africa, Mohammed Jahed - Associate Professor Graduate School Of Public and Development Management, University of The Witwatersrand.

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Pro-Poor Economic Growth Modelsfor South Africa
Research Reports prepared for Oxfam GB
Halving Poverty and Unemployment in SouthAfrica: Choices for the next ten years
Asghar Adelzadeh – Director Applied Development Research Solutions, USA
What is Pro Poor Growth? What are some of the things that hinder its achievement in SouthAfrica?
Charles Meth- Honorary Research Fellow School of Development Studies University of Kwa Zulu Natal and Research Associate South African Labour and Development Research Unit, University of Cape Town
Pro Poor Trade and Industry Policies:Considerations for South Africa
Mohammed Jahed – Associate Professor Graduate School Of Public and Development Management, University of TheWitwatersrand 
26 May 2007
 
Contents Page No.
Halving Poverty and Unemployment in South Africa:Choices for the next ten years 1
Asghar Adelzadeh – Director Applied Development ResearchSolutions, USA
What is Pro Poor Growth? What are some of the thingsthat hinder its achievement in South Africa?
 
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Charles Meth- Honorary Research Fellow School of Development Studies University of Kwa Zulu Natal and Research AssociateSouth African Labour and Development Research Unit, University of Cape Town
Pro Poor Trade and Industry Policies: Considerationsfor South Africa 133
Mohammed Jahed – Associate Professor Graduate School Of Public and Development Management, University of TheWitwatersrand 
© Oxfam Great Britain May 2007These papers were commissioned by the Oxfam GB South Africa Programme.The views expressed are those of the researchers. Oxfam GB acknowledges thesupport to its partners in the production of the reports through funding, servingon the reference group and commenting on the TOR’s and drafts. The text may beused free of charge for the purposes of advocacy, campaigning, education, andresearch, provided that the source is acknowledged in full. The copyright holder requests that all such use be registered with them for impact assessmentpurposes. For copying in any other circumstances, or for re-use in other publications, or for translation or adaptation, permission must be secured and a feemay be charged.For further information on the issues raised in this paper please e-mailmmotala@Oxfam.org.ukor call 2711 6429283
 
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Halving Poverty andUnemployment in South Africa:Choices for the next 10 years
ByAsghar AdelzadehApplied Development Research Solutions (ADRS)Prepared for Oxfam GB South Africa24 May 2007

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