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Vol 53 (2014) The good and the bad in empowerment deals: A shareholder’s perspective” Abstract
S Theobald
Vol 59 (2015) The IFAA Sunday Forum: Black Consciousness and Feminism Abstract
M Smith
Vol 59 (2015) The IFAA Sunday Forum: Youth Dialogue on the TRC - Reflections and Possibilities Abstract
CA Lester
Vol 58 (2015) The IMF's advice on fiscal policy Abstract
A Schimmelpfennig
Vol 68 (2018) The inside story of Mugabe's downfall Abstract
MacDonald Dzirutwe, Joe Brock, Ed Cropley
Vol 67 (2017) The national health insurance and traditional healing in South Africa Abstract
Naseema Vawda
Vol 53 (2014) The people’s camp in disarray Abstract
Z Vavi
Vol 54 (2014) The Post-Election Challenge Abstract
B Turok
Vol 58 (2015) The promise of land: Undoing a century of dispossession in South Africa Abstract
F Hendrick, L Ntesebeza, K Helliker
Vol 53 (2014) The rise of the Black Conciousness Movement: An enduring influence on the South African liberation struggle Abstract
S Sesanti
Vol 53 (2014) The rise of the Black Conciousness Movement: An enduring influence on the South African liberation struggle Abstract
S Sesanti
Vol 53 (2014) The role of emerging black business: An interview with Kgalema Motlanthe Abstract
B Turok
Vol 55 (2014) The South Africa Reader: History, Culture, Politics Abstract
C Saunders
Vol 54 (2014) The South African labour market: A prolonged and worsening crisis Abstract
M Soko, N Balchin
Vol 62 (2016) The state as enabler and disruptor Abstract
Parks Tau
Vol 61 (2016) The supreme court of the Republic Abstract
New Agenda
Vol 66 (2017) The trials and tribulations of national consciousness Abstract
Frantz Fanon
Vol 37 (2010) The unity of our movement is our strength Abstract
J Radebe
Vol 55 (2014) The WIPHOLD project: How does this project stand up to sound development principles? Abstract
N Vink
Vol 56 (2014) The workings of public works Abstract
J Cronin
Vol 64 (2017) They are burning memory! A study of intergenerational dissonance Abstract
Njabulo S Ndebele
Vol 55 (2014) Towards a pro-employment growth path Abstract
A Black, H Gerwel, R Hasson
Vol 71 (2018) Towards rethinking economics in South Africa: reflections on REFA Abstract
Carilee Osborne, Rekang Jankie
Vol 62 (2016) Towards structural transformation: The IFAA Economic Dialogue Abstract
Ben Turok
Vol 68 (2018) Trajectories of accumulation: how neoliberal primitive accumulation is planting the seeds of suicide Abstract
Issa G. Shivji
Vol 67 (2017) Transforming the economy from below: the role of the people in development Abstract
Richard M Levin
Vol 69 (2018) Transport crisis paralysing South Africa Abstract
Tony Ehrenreich
Vol 65 (2017) Tribute to Ahmed Kathrada Abstract
Ben Turok
Vol 67 (2017) Trumpanomics and the developing world Abstract
Jayati Ghosh
Vol 64 (2017) Unfree in the free state An interview with Trevor Shaku Abstract
Manapo Mokose
Vol 57 (2015) Upgrade informal settlements: A strategic approach Abstract
I Turok
Vol 54 (2014) Upping the game in rural development: An interview with Gloria Serobe (Part 1) Abstract
G Serobe
Vol 69 (2018) Was it all in vain? Abstract
Dikgang Moseneke
Vol 64 (2017) We cannot stop dreaming legacies and unfinished activisms Abstract
Angela Davis
Vol 73 (2019) We need an honest conversation: An interview with Adam Habib Abstract
Ben Turok
Vol 60 (2015) We shall not be moved or led astray: The emergence of the 2015 student movement Abstract
Leigh-Ann Naidoo
Vol 36 (2009) "What if?" changing the structure of the economy Abstract
Ben Turok
Vol 61 (2016) What is hobbling us? Abstract
Philippe Burger
Vol 66 (2017) What the World Bank’s shift from public to private funding means for development Abstract
Steven Friedman
Vol 53 (2014) Where do we stand? Abstract
B Turok
Vol 58 (2015) Where is organised business? Abstract
B Turok
Vol 69 (2018) White monopoly capital: its ideological and historical deficiency Abstract
Luntu Sokut
Vol 54 (2014) Who’s left in the post-1994 conjuncture? Abstract
ZP Jordan
Vol 69 (2018) Why inequality matters: a critique of the Free Market Foundation Abstract
Michael Nassen Smith, Carilee Osborne, Rekang Jankie
Vol 72 (2019) Why is nobody going to jail? Abstract
Paul Hoffman
Vol 63 (2016) Why we need feminist economists: Four reasons Abstract
Naila Kabeer
Vol 72 (2019) Your vote is just the beginning Abstract
Ben Turok, Zunaid Moolla
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