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Type Book
Title Fighting poverty: Labour markets and inequality in South Africa
Author(s)
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2001
Publisher Juta Academic
City Cape Town
Country/State South Africa
URL https://www.amazon.com/Fighting-Poverty-Labour-Markets-Inequality/dp/191971362X
Abstract
Unquestionably, poverty and inequality are among the major challenges that face South Africa today. In this well-researched, comprehensive volume, the authors use new techniques to measure and analyse household inequality and poverty in South Africa analyse the nature and functioning of vulnerability in the labour market explore the links between labour market participation and household poverty and inequality investigate current social and labour market policies examine the implications of current anti-poverty policies and strategies.

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Bhorat, Haroon, Murray Leibbrandt, Muzi Maziya, Servaas van der Berg , and Ingrid Woolard. Fighting poverty: Labour markets and inequality in South Africa. Cape Town, South Africa: Juta Academic, 2001.
Copyright DataFirst, University of Cape Town