The effect of a mainstream approach to economic and corporate governance on development in South Africa
December 6, 2007By Seeraj Mohamed
Important aspects of corporate governance and economic governance have become confused and conflated in the minds of many government policymakers. This paper considers how acceptance of the mainstream approach to economic governance in South Africa has negatively affected its economic development, through a loss of influence over large corporations and an inability to influence the allocation of resources toward developmental goals.
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