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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Affirmative Action In South Africa: An empirical Assessment Of The Impact On Labour Market Outcomes

    This paper set out to investigate the impact of affirmative action in South Africa on labour market outcomes for the period 1997 to 2006. From the empirical analysis the authors observe that race and gender both played an important role in determining labour market outcomes - although the former is...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Towards Inter-Ethnic Business Development And National Unity In Malaysia

    This paper investigates Chinese-Bumiputera partnerships in small and medium enterprises, particularly in the manufacturing sector, in the economic liberalisation of post-NEP Malaysia. The research also considers how and why Chinese-Bumiputera partnerships in the construction sector have succeeded. It focuses especially on the development of Chinese-Bumiputera SME joint ventures from a...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Dealing With Time In The Quantitative Study Of Conflict

    This paper explores the ways in which the quantitative literature on the onset of violent conflict deals with the passage of time. The authors argue that current approaches are insufficient for dealing with the methodological challenges raised by this issue. In particular, they argue that quantitative innovations have focused on...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Affirmative Action In South Africa: An empirical Assessment Of The Impact On Labour Market Outcomes

    This paper set out to investigate the impact of affirmative action in South Africa on labour market outcomes for the period 1997 to 2006. From the empirical analysis the authors observe that race and gender both played an important role in determining labour market outcomes - although the former is...

    Provided By CRISE

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Dealing With Time In The Quantitative Study Of Conflict

    This paper explores the ways in which the quantitative literature on the onset of violent conflict deals with the passage of time. The authors argue that current approaches are insufficient for dealing with the methodological challenges raised by this issue. In particular, they argue that quantitative innovations have focused on...

    Provided By CRISE

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Towards Inter-Ethnic Business Development And National Unity In Malaysia

    This paper investigates Chinese-Bumiputera partnerships in small and medium enterprises, particularly in the manufacturing sector, in the economic liberalisation of post-NEP Malaysia. The research also considers how and why Chinese-Bumiputera partnerships in the construction sector have succeeded. It focuses especially on the development of Chinese-Bumiputera SME joint ventures from a...

    Provided By CRISE