RETHINKING SOUTH AFRICA’S LABOUR MARKET: Lessons from Brazil, India and Malaysia13 Jun 2013, by
With barely 40% of adults working, South Africa’s labour market outcomes are among the worst in the world. A new report by CDE, RETHINKING SOUTH AFRICA’S LABOUR MARKET: Lessons from Brazil, India and Malaysia, compares the experiences of labour market regulation and reform of three developing countries and draws important lessons for South Africa’s policy-makers. The report summarises four expert papers, as well as the proceedings of a Round Table attended by leaders from government, business and labour.
Read the executive summary above or read the full report online here.