12, 1990. Table of Contents.

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Editorial, 1


Recommendations On Post-Apartheid Economic Policy, 2
A workshop held in Harare in March/April 1990 by representatives from the ANC, UDF, COSATU and the ET (Economic Trends) Group and aligned economists produced an important set of proposals on the economy and policy resolutions which we reproduce here.

Alec Erwin, 16

David Kaplan, 21


Democratising Economic Growth: Alternative Growth Models For The Future
Stephen Gelb, 25
After critically considering the different positions on models for economic growth in South Africa being urgently debated at the moment, STEPHEN GELB argues that dynamic development and greater equality need to be pursued as part of the same process and incorporated into a new kind of model.

A Policy Agenda For Post-Apartheid South Africa
Raphie Kaplinsky, 42
Developing economic policy for the transition to a post-apartheid society will not be easy, argues RAPHIE KAPLINSKY. A critical grasp of existing forces in the economy and awareness of what is possible in the world conjuncture may yield a path of growth through redistribution.

Market-Based Options For Land Reform
Michael De Klerk, 53
MICHAEL DE KLERK assumes that the land question in South Africa can and must be resolved through reform that
rigorously considers market constraints and production needs while assisting black small farmers.

Agriculture: Conflicts of Interest in a Mixed Economy
Helena Dolny, 89
A discussion paper from within the ANC by HELENA DOLNY considers how equity can be pursued in a post-apartheid mixed economy in a way that will significantly redress the injustices of the current dispensation.

Notes on Contributors