Assessing Potential for Employment-Intensive Land Reform in South Africa – Key Research Findings From a CBPEP Study

Year Published 2020
Business unit: Special Projects
Resource type: Briefing notes
File type: PDF
Theme(s): Agriculture, Forestry & Fisheries, Employment & labour markets, Rural Development & Land Affairs

Description

This policy brief focuses on the potential contribution of redistributive land reform to employment creation.

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