restricted access   Number 69, 2009

Table of Contents

Debate on the Harvard Panel's Economic Policy Proposals for South Africa

Speed Bumps, Speed Limits and Take-offs: An introductory comment on the Fine-Harvard debate

pp. 1-4
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Submission to the COSATU Panel of Economists on “The Final Recommendations of the International Panel on Growth” (the Harvard Panel)

pp. 5-30
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Why we still believe exports for jobs will lead to shared growth: A response to Fine’s “Harvard Group Shores up Shoddy Governance”

pp. 31-65
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Rejoinder to “A Response to Fine’s ‘Harvard Group Shores up Shoddy Governance’”

pp. 66-80
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Article

Corporate power, society and the environment: A case study of ArcelorMittal South Africa

pp. 81-105
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Commentary

The ‘Hani Memorandum’ – introduced and annotated

pp. 106-129
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From the national question to the social question

pp. 130-160
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Book Review Article

Angola: From war to peace

pp. 161-172
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Book Review

Gaining Ground? ‘Rights’ and ‘Property’ in South African Land Reform (review)

pp. 173-176
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Contributors

Notes on Contributors

p. 177
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