|Type||Journal Article - South African Journal of Economics|
|Title||Unemployment and reservation wages in working-class Cape Town|
Are the unemployed in South Africa ‘pricing themselves out of the labour market;’? This paper explores this proposition through an analysis of reservation wages in Cape Town’s working class district of Khayelitsha/Mitchell’s Plain. It argues that reservation wages are not out of line with predicted wages. This, in turn, suggests that unemployment in the area is not attributable to job seekers having unrealistically high reservation wages.
|»||South Africa - Khayelitsha Mitchell's Plain Survey 2000|