Economic indicators 6/e
Like its predecessors, the sixth edition of Economic indicators explains the whole range of South African economic indicators and covers all the recent revisions in this field. All the data that are used to illustrate and explain the various indicators have been updated and, as always, a wealth of data on the South African economy is provided.
Some comments on previous editions
For students and others interested in economic affairs this book is a must read and one to keep close at hand as a reference.
– MR TITO MBOWENI, MINISTER OF FINANCE, FORMER GOVERNOR OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK (1999–2009) AND MINISTER OF LABOUR (1994–1999)
If you want to talk like a real economist, Economic indicators is the resource you need.
– PROF. WALDO KRUGELL, NORTH-WEST UNIVERSITY
If there is only one textbook all South African economists should have on their bookshelves, it is Economic indicators.
– AMANDA FITSCHEN, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH AFRICA
Economic indicators can truly be regarded as the perfect reference manual for lay people, students in the field of economics and seasoned economists.
– LE ROUX BURROWS, UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH
An essential guide to anyone involved in the interpretation and manipulation of South African economic data – for the layperson, the student and the expert.
– PROF. BEN SMIT, FORMER DIRECTOR OF THE BUREAU FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH (1998–2015)
Philip Mohr is a retired professor of Economics.
Prof. Derek Yu is an associate professor and head of the Department of Economics at the University of the Western Cape.
Dr Sandra Adendorff is a senior learning and development consultant at the SARB Academy.
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