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Research outputs: JOB CREATION
Previous studies have shown that innovation can influence employment growth at the business level. In the context of developing countries wi...
2019 Safeguarding the future of genomic research in South Africa: broad consent and the Protection of Personal Information Act No. 4 of 2013
Genomic research has been identified in South Africa (SA) as important in developing a strong bio-economy that has the potential to improve ...
2018 Skills development legislation as a lever of change to reduce poverty, inequality and unemployment
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2018 World of work in the 4th industrial revolution: inclusive and structural transformation for a better Africa
Unemployment and underemployment are among the key development challenges confronting Africa, and they manifest in deepening poverty and ine...Download this report