Policy Coordination and Growth Traps in a Middle-Income Country Setting
South Africa has exhibited tepid economic growth over the past twenty years, as well as high levels of income inequality characteristic of a middle-income country growth trap. This chapter compares and contrasts South Africa’s growth trap relative to middle-income peer economies. In addition, it stu...
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Oxford Oxford University Press 06.04.2017
|published in:||The Practice of Industrial Policy|
|Data of publication:||2017-04-06|
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