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Title:Special issue: Revisiting the South African developmental impasse: the national neoliberal revolution
Editors:Pons-Vignon, NicolasISNI
Segatti, AureliaISNI
Bush, RayISNI
Periodical:Review of African Political Economy (ISSN 0305-6244)
City of publisher:Abingdon
Geographic term:South Africa
Subjects:economic policy
economic conditions
social conditions
political conditions
External link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/crea20/40/138
Abstract:This special issue of the 'Review of African Political Economy' unpacks the concurrent political, economic and social dynamics of neoliberal deepening under a democratic regime, thereby shedding light on the complex unfolding and idiosyncrasies of neoliberalism in post-apartheid South Africa. Contributions: 'The art of neoliberalism': accumulation, institutional change and social order since the end of apartheid (Nicolas Pons-Vignon, Aurelia Segatti); Swimming against the tide: the Macro-Economic Research Group in the South African transition 1991-94 (William Freund); Stuck in stabilisation? South Africa's post-apartheid macro-economic policy between ideological conversion and technocratic capture (Aurelia Segatti, Nicolas Pons-Vignon); Expectations and outcomes: considering competition and corporate power in South Africa under democracy (Gertrude Makhaya, Simon Roberts); Poverty, grants, revolution and 'real Utopias': 'society must be defended by any and all means necessary!' (Firoz Khan); South Africa: the transition to violent democracy (Karl von Holdt); Marikana, turning point in South African history (Peter Alexander); Longevity of the Tripartite Alliance: the post-Mangaung sequence (RaphaŽl Botiveau); Labour market restructuring in South Africa: low wages, high insecurity (Miriam Di Paola, Nicolas Pons-Vignon); Marikana: fragmentation, precariousness, strike violence and solidarity (Crispen Chinguno). [ASC Leiden abstract]