A Review of Labour Markets in South Africa: The impact of HIV/AIDS on the Labour Market

Description

The research paper under review is one of seven papers produced as part of an overall ‘scoping exercise’. The purpose of which was to “review available information on the functioning of the labour market in South Africa, identify agencies involved in this work – whether in research or implementation, and identify critical gaps based on a good overview of ‘best developing country’ practice”.
The overall purpose of this particular research paper was to understand the impact of HIV/AIDS on the labour market in order to assess the extent to which it adversely affects on-going efforts to redress historical inequities, especially for those historically disadvantaged and vulnerable groupings.

Information

Evaluation Number:
123
Score:
4.4
Report Approval:
01 October 2005
Published:
04 March 2013
Initiated By:
Employment and Ecomomic Policy Research Programme - Human Sciences Research Council
Undertaken By:
Jocelyn Vass - HSRC
Evaluation Period:
July 2004 - October 2005
Evaluation Area:
Labour issues & employment
National Outcome:
National Outcome 4: Decent employment through inclusive economic growth.
National Outcome 5: A skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path.
Commissioned By:
Evaluation Type:
Other ()
Evaluation Subject:
Policy
Geographic Scope:
National

Evaluation Documents

File Name
123 EQAT 20130319 sh_mb.pdf
123 The Impact of HIV AIDS on the Labour Market.pdf
EVAL 123 Executive Summary v2 20130319 mb.pdf

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