Restructuring the Labour Market: The South African Challenge

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International Labour Organization, 1996 - Business & Economics - 502 pages
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Contents

A perspective on labour market flexibility for South Africa
1
Restructuring and macroeconomic strategy
18
Appendix
50
The challenge of unemployment
103
Regulations and labour market governance
130
Wage flexibility and employment dynamics
185
Appendix
228
The rural labour market
236
The mining labour market
288
Labour market dynamics in industrial enterprises
330
Labour market discrimination and disadvantage
381
Restructuring labour market policy
419
The challenge of negotiated incomes
486
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About the author (1996)

Guy Standing is director of the Socio-Economic Programme of the International Labour Organisation. He directed the ILO's technical programme in Eastern Europe in the early 1990s and was an advisor to the South African government in 1995-96. He has written extensively on labour market and social policy issues.

Andrew Zimbalist is Professor of Economics at Smith College. John Weeks is Professor of Economics at Middlebury College.

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