Inclusive dualism labour-intensive development, decent work, and surplus labour in Southern Africa /
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...
|Main Author:||Nattrass, Nicoli,|
|Other Authors:||Seekings, Jeremy,, Oxford Scholarship Online.|
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Critical frontiers of theory, research, and policy in international development studies.
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