In brief

Research Brief
by SA-TIED

The study uses a comparative analysis of foreign-owned firms operating in South Africa to show that firms with a parent registered in a tax haven t...

24 October 2019
enterprise_development
Research Brief
SA-TIED Research Brief 2019-7
by SA-TIED

The analysis of firm growth has been a topic of consistent economic interest as a growing body of literature has lent support to the possibility th...

09 October 2019
enterprise_development
Research Brief
by SA-TIED

China’s growing edge in export manufacturing has caused concern for low-income and middle-income countries seeking to develop robust manufacturing...

01 October 2019
enterprise_development
Research Brief
SA-TIED Research Brief 2019/5
by SA-TIED

In the case of South Africa, there are stark and persistent racial inequalities which are important to consider when analysing differences in the p...

16 September 2019
inequality
Research Brief
Photo: UNICEF, South Africa, Marinovich
by SA-TIED

South Africa is often cited as the most unequal economy in the world. Its experience of having to overcome both colonialism and apartheid makes it...

22 August 2019
inequality
Research Brief
Balancing tax collection and equality — the case of value-added tax in South Africa
by SA-TIED

In a democratic system, taxation is a critical part of the social contract between the state and its citizens. The tax system can be used to help a...

22 August 2019
public_revenue
Research Brief
by SA-TIED

The World Bank reports that the world loses US$160 trillion in human capital wealth due to gender wage inequality every year. Inequality is not jus...

08 August 2019
inequality
Research Brief
by SA-TIED

Regional integration is making steady progress in Southern Africa, leading to the development of regional value chains (RVCs) that could strengthen...

15 July 2019
regional_growth
Blog
Timothy Shipp

As the largest economy in sub-Saharan Africa, South Africa’s successes and failures spill over into the broader region. Today, as South Africans fa...

15 July 2019
Blog
Research that matters - a research work shop in Pretoria in November
by Timothy Shipp

I found myself in the third-floor conference rooms of a Pretoria hotel for a meeting with economists, researchers, and policymakers involved in the...

14 December 2018
public_revenue
inequality
News

Three events will be held in Pretoria on 15-16 November.

09 November 2018
Background
Finn Tarp speaks at the SA-TIED official launch

The Southern Africa – Towards Inclusive Economic Development (SA-TIED) programme looks at ways to support policy-making for inclusive growth and ec...

24 October 2018
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