eBook The industrial development policy of Ciskei (Development studies) download
by P. A Black
Author: P. A Black
Publisher: Institute of Social and Economic Research, Rhodes University (1986)
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The government takes measures "aimed at improving the competitiveness and capabilities of domestic firms and promoting structural transformation.
The Institute is located at Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, India and is headed by Padma Vibhushan winner, T. N. Chaturvedi.
Between 1950 and 1960, the imperial government of Ethiopia enacted legislation and implemented a new policy to encourage foreign investment in the Ethiopian economy. This new policy provided investor benefits in the form of tax exemptions, remittances of foreign exchange, import and export duty relief, tax exemptions on dividends, and the provision of financing through the Ethiopian Investment Corporation and the Development Bank of Ethiopia
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The study draws from the emerging practice of development history as a means of providing additional insights into the current development policy within the country. This chapter has been informed by range of insights offered by intersecting traditions and discourses in critical institutionalist writings (Wood 2012). Black A, Stanwix J (1987) Manufacturing development and the economic crisis: restructuring in the eighties. 19CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Rhodes University, GrahamstownGoogle Scholar.
This book is the first such study to emerge After examining the reginal pattern of Venezuelan socioeconomic development from precolonial times t.
This book is the first such study to emerge. Working with the Joint Center for Urban Studies of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, which was called upon to advise the Venezuelan government and the Corporación Venezolana de Guayana, Mr. Friedmann has been an active participant in the Ciudad Guayana enterprise, as well as its student. But this work aims at – and achieves – an overview of a much broader field: the regional development of emerging nations and the integration of regional economies with over-all national goals
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This is a book every regional scientist and spatial analyst should have on their bookshelf. The conclusion is that future studies of decentralization - and possibly other dimensions of development studies.
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The migrant labor system continued and became the foundation of the apartheid (separateness) policy that was implemented after the victory of the Afrikaans-speaking National Party in 1948, which aimed at total separation of the ethnic groups in space and time, each group living in its designated area and only visiting other areas for specific reasons such as temporary employment.