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Privatization and Deregulation Policies in South Africa

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The study lays the basis for the examination and evaluation of policy option with regard to privatisation and deregulation of services in South Africa and to engage South Africa effectively in global policy debates and adjust in global trends and negotiations within the region (SADC) and other international countries. It examines global challenges and opportunities / threats for South Africa as a developing country in the emerging global order. This study also attempts to provide answers to several questions concerning privatisation and deregulation of public services in South Africa. To the poor, is deregulation and privatisation of state assets threatening to become the new apartheid, which is an instrument of exclusion, not just from a better life but even from the very basic services? How are workers and including the poorest of the poor affected by the status of deregulation and privatisation? Do the timing and specifics of these processes matter? Who should attempt to regulate the auction, as some of government officials seems to be corrupt? And which prior restructuring policies are worth implementing?

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Nkosana Mfuku, MPA: Studied Masters of Public Administration at the University of the Western Cape. Content Advisor for the Committee on Local Government, Parliament of the Republic of South Africa.

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Titre: Privatization and Deregulation Policies in South Africa
Sous-titre: Globalization, Liberalization, Efficiency, Flexible Job Market
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Code EAN: 9783639106428
ISBN: 3639106423
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Sciences politiques
nombre de pages: 108
Poids: 177g
Taille: H220mm x B150mm x T6mm
Parution: 01.08.2009
Année: 2009

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