South Africa: Getting in GEAR Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

South Africa: Getting in GEAR Case Solution

In 1997, Thabo Mbeki is chewing over South Africa's performance since the ending of Apartheid in 1994. The government's macroeconomic tactic is motivated by a wish for higher growth and greater development of employement, although the market has done reasonably well. The case describes the nation's history, particularly Apartheid, and various societal issues that remain: insufficient infrastructure, unemployment, AIDS, crime, and instruction. Attempts to comprehend the interaction between the macroeconomic strategy and these issues, and contemplates whether another approach is needed.

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PUBLICATION DATE: August 26, 1997

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