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Research outputs: GOVERNANCE
This policy brief focuses on the opportunities to give leverage to mobile phone innovations as a means of mitigating these constraints to ef...Download this report
2016 Estimating the current and future skills demand of government's national growth and development policies
A key area for policy in South Africa is how to develop a strong foundation of labour market information and to provide the type of intellig...Download this report
In this chapter, corruption is unravelled to underscore its conceptual meaning and ramifications. The chapter argues at length that corrupt...
This chapter is subdivided into two sections: the conceptual and theoretical frameworks. The first section of the chapter conceptualises et...