Inclusive Dualism

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  • Author : Nicoli Nattrass
  • Publisher : Critical Frontiers of Theory
  • Pages : 212 pages
  • ISBN : 0198841469
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Download or Read online Inclusive Dualism full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Nicoli Nattrass and published by Critical Frontiers of Theory which was released on 20 April 2021 with total page 212 pages. We cannot guarantee that Inclusive Dualism book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. W. Arthur Lewis, the founding father of development economics, proposed a dualist model of economic development in which 'surplus' (predominantly under-employed) labour shifted from lower to higher productivity work. In practice, historically, this meant that labour was initially drawn out of subsistence agriculture into low-wage, labour-intensive manufacturing, including in clothing production, before shifting into higher-wage work. This development strategy has become unfashionable. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) worries that low-wage, labour-intensive industry promises little more than an impoverishing 'race to the bottom'. Inclusive Dualism: Labour-intensive Development, Decent Work, and Surplus Labour in Southern Africa argues that decent work fundamentalism, that is the promotion of higher wages and labour productivity at the cost of lower-wage job destruction, is a utopian vision with potentially dystopic consequences for countries with high open unemployment, many of which are in Southern Africa. Using the South African clothing industry as a case study Inclusive Dualism argues that decent work fundamentalism ignores the inherently differentiated character of industry resulting in the unnecessary destruction of labour-intensive jobs and the bifurcation of society into highly-paid, high-productivity insiders and low-paid or unemployed outsiders. It demonstrates the broader relevance of the South Africa case, examining the growth in surplus labour across Africa. It shows that low- and high-productivity firms can co-exist, and challenges the notion that a race to the bottom is inevitable. Inclusive Dualism instead favours multi-pronged development strategies that prioritise labour-intensive job creation as well as facilitating productivity growth elsewhere without destroying jobs.

Inclusive Dualism

Inclusive Dualism
  • Author : Nicoli Nattrass,Jeremy Seekings
  • Publisher : Critical Frontiers of Theory
  • Release : 20 April 2021
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W. Arthur Lewis, the founding father of development economics, proposed a dualist model of economic development in which 'surplus' (predominantly under-employed) labour shifted from lower to higher productivity work. In practice, historically, this meant that labour was initially drawn out of subsistence agriculture into low-wage, labour-intensive manufacturing, including in clothing production, before shifting into higher-wage work. This development strategy has become unfashionable. The International Labour Organisation (ILO) worries that low-wage, labour-intensive industry promises little more than an impoverishing 'race to

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  • Publisher : Oxford University Press on Demand
  • Release : 20 April 2021
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  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 16 September 2017
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After first analysing the economic development processes of emerging Asian economies in general, this book explores the development implications of India’s seventy years (1947-2017) of socio-economic policy regimes. It discusses structural dualism and the digital divide, which it identifies as the major socio-economic structural elements of the Indian economy, along with the external forces of globalisation. Since the adoption of comprehensive economic reforms in 1991, India has been liberalising its economy, due in part to the rising pressures of globalisation.

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  • Publisher : Harcourt College Pub
  • Release : 20 April 1998
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  • Author : Paul Pedersen,Hugh C. Crethar,Jon Carlson
  • Publisher : Amer Psychological Assn
  • Release : 20 April 2021
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Inclusive Cultural Empathy" shows readers how to reach beyond the comfort zone of an individualistic perspective and increase competence in a relationship-centered context. The authors weave their own layered multicultural experiences with procedural, theoretical, and practical lessons to bring readers a model for how they might infuse their own clinical work with inclusion and multicultural sensitivity. The authors present a broad definition of culture - to include nationality, ethnicity, language, age, gender, socioeconomic status, family roles, and other affiliations -