OECD's periodic review of South Africa's economy. This edition features chapters covering moving beyond the crisis and finding a sustainable growth path, strengthening the macroeconomic policy framework, and closing the labour utilisation gap.
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Basic Statistics of South Africa Executive summary Assessment and recommendations Chapter 1. Moving beyond the crisis and finding a new sustainable growth path -The 2008-2009 economic crisis -Emerging from the crisis -Setting a course for rapid convergence on advanced country income levels Chapter 2. Strengthening the macroeconomic policy framework -The monetary policy framework has served the economy well, but should be strengthened -Enhancing the stabilising role of fiscal policy and safeguarding sustainability Chapter 3. Closing the labour utilisation gap -Low labour utilisation remains South Africa's most salient problem -A range of demand- and supply-side factors have contributed to low employment levels -Improving employment performance will require a range of policy actions -Annex 3.A1. The experience of OECD countries in raising employment -Annex 3.A2. Recommendations of the 1994 OECD Jobs Strategy and the revised Jobs Strategy of 2005