Society of African Journal Editors

New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy

New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy

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Economic policy substance and process: letter to Finance Minister

Cry, the bedeviled economy

Mapping a path for South Africa’s economic renewal

Replacing ‘delivery state, passive citizenry’ with active citizens

Inflation targeting in context of ‘nationalisation’ debate

Can economic policy escape state capture?

Why is nobody going to jail?

Mining in South Africa: Whose benefit and whose burden?

Progressive International: Challenging the rise of right-wing nationalism

Beijing, Brussels and Washington in Africa: From scramble to partnership?

Book Review: Adults in the room

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On the land question: Tentative questions around a contentious issue

Leasing of restituted commercial farms: An alternative to achieving the National Development Plan

Economic pluralism in South African universities

Towards rethinking economics in South Africa: reflections on REFA

Minimum wage for South Africa: A question of power

Confronting the scourge of violence against South Africa’s women

Advancing progressive alternatives: IFAA 2018 in review

Calling for fundamental change

Editorial: Pessimism is a problem

Was it all in vain?

Transport crisis paralysing South Africa

Developmental states, the role of experts and Cape Town’s water crisis

Decolonising higher education: postcolonial theory and the invisible hand of student politics

Philosophy plays role in thinking about social equality

White monopoly capital: its ideological and historical deficiency

Informal cross-border networks – the building blocks to regional integration in Africa

Why inequality matters: a critique of the Free Market Foundation

Book Review: Beauty of the Heart: The Life and Times of Charlotte Mannya Maxeke

New ANC leadership

Coalitions and alliances demarcate crossroads in ANC trajectories

Stalwarts prepare with talk of ‘second revolution’

Participation of women in the Information Technology Sector in South Africa

Motlanthe warns of dangers of inequality

Confronting inequality: thoughts on public accountability and policy resonance

Mining infrastructure industrialisation and community development in Africa: A summary of an IFAA Research Report

One million climate jobs

The inside story of Mugabe's downfall

Trajectories of accumulation: how neoliberal primitive accumulation is planting the seeds of suicide

Notes from across Africa

The employment intensity of output growth: a comparison of BRICS countries

Book Review: South Africa’s Corporatised Liberation: A Critical Analysis of the ANC in Power

Book Review: Twilight of the Money Gods: Economics as a Religion and How it all went wrong

Debating the mandate of the reserve bank

South Africa needs a sensible debate about its reserve bank. Here’s a start

Credit rating agencies: who are they and do we need them?

King IV is here: Corporate Governance in South Africa revisited

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