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Saldru working paper ; no. 43. Geographic Name: Homelands (South Africa). On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. Rubrics: Land settlement South Africa Blacks Relocation. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The economic implications of African resettlement, Charles Simkins.
page 683 note 2 See C. E. W. Simkins, ‘The Distribution of Personal Income Recipients in South Africa, 1970 and . Simkins, ‘The Distribution of Personal Income Recipients in South Africa, 1970 and 1976’, . Working Paper No. 9, Pietermaritzburg, September 1979, pp. 8–9; and Taylor, Charles Lewis and Hudson, Michael . World Handbook of Political and Social Indicators (New Haven, 1972 ed., pp. 263–5. A Profile of Black Unemployment in South Africa: two area studies’, SALDRU Working Paper No 19, University of Cape Town, 04 1978, p. 10. page 687 note 1 Simkins, ‘Measuring and Predicting Unemployment’, p. 33.
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The Horndal iron works in Sweden had no new investment (and therefore presumably no significant change in its methods of production) for a period of 15 years, yet productivity (output per manhour) rose on the average close to 2 % per annum. We find again steadily increasing performance which can only be imputed to learning from experience. The aim of this paper is to formulate the hypothesis more precisely and draw from it a number of economic implications. In section 2, the implications for wage earners are deduced; in section 3 those for profits, the inducement to invest, and the rate of interest.
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Working drafts of BPEA papers are presented and discussed at a Brookings conference held twice each year, in the spring and fall. The final papers and discussant remarks from each conference are then published in the journal several months later. The optimal inflation target and the natural rate of interest.
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