List of South African Economists

Chris Hart

Economist, Investment Solutions

Topic: Regulatory issues from a point of view of fostering and supporting economic growth and prosperity.

Previously a senior economist with Absa Capital, Chris is now Chief Strategist at Investment Solutions. He has a deep understanding of economic issues and financial markets, and a compelling ability to share his knowledge in simple, easily understood terms.

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Azar Jamine

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Dawie Roodt

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Mike-Schussler

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1925-27 W.H. CLEGG A general paper on economic events at the time, delivered February, 1927, Journal of the Economic Society of South Africa, Vol I no 2 ===========================================================================================================

1928 J.F.W. GROSSKOPF ===========================================================================================================

1929-30 J.E. HOLLOWAY Both addresses dealt with the Great Depression. The first was delivered in July, 1930, the second in 1931, under the title "Presidential address, 1930-31," and published in the Journal of the Economic Society of South Africa, 1930, Vol. III, Part 2, and 1931, Vol. IV, Part 2 ===========================================================================================================

1931 S. EVANS The wealth of Africa ===========================================================================================================

1932-33 C.L. READ The union native and the Witwatersrand gold mines SAJE, 1933 ===========================================================================================================

1934-35 C.W. PEARSALL The upward turn Another year ===========================================================================================================

1936-37 R. LESLIE Economics in South Africa gold, 1936-37 ===========================================================================================================

1938-39 E.H.D. ARNDT Safeguarding the investor The Pretoria mints ===========================================================================================================

1940-41 W.H. HUTT Economic lessons of the allied war effort Distributive justice ===========================================================================================================

1942-43 S.H. FRANKEL World economic solidarity World economic welfare ===========================================================================================================

1944-45 C.S. RICHARDS The task before us: With special reference to industry Economic incentives of the post-war world ===========================================================================================================

1946 G.S.H. ROSSOUW The problem of imperial preference ===========================================================================================================

1947-49 H.R. BURROWS An approach to the Indian problem in South Africa Wool in the South African economy, F.J.C. Cronje, in lieu of Prof. Burrows (1949) ===========================================================================================================

1950 A.J. LIMEBEER Economic revolution ===========================================================================================================

1951-52 H.M. ROBERTSON Economic co-operation between Western Europe and the Commonwealth The politico-economic background of Jan van Riebeeck's settlement ===========================================================================================================

1953-54 T.H. KELLY Economics as a tool of business management The transition to customs union in South Africa ===========================================================================================================

1955-56 W.J. BUSSCHAU Capital and economic policy in the union of South Africa The need for currency stabilization ===========================================================================================================

1957 M.H. DE KOCK The present state of monetary policy ===========================================================================================================

1958-59 C.G.W. SCHUMANN Die huidige taak van die ekonoom met spesiale verwysing na Suid-Afrika. Aspects of economic growth with special reference to South Africa ===========================================================================================================

1960-61 D.H. HOUGHTON Men of two worlds: Some aspects of migratory labour Land reform in Bantu areas and its effect upon urban labour ===========================================================================================================

1962-63 L.M. LACHMANN Cost inflation and economic institutions Cultivated growth and the market economy ===========================================================================================================

1964-65 O.P.F. HORWOOD The financing of higher education in South Africa, with particular reference to the universities economic balance, dualism and growth ===========================================================================================================

1966-67 D.G. FRANZSEN Improvements in the adjustment process and the restoration of international monetary stability Inflasie en die finansiële meganisme ===========================================================================================================

1968-69 J. de V. GRAAFF The future of taxation The national debt ===========================================================================================================

1970-1971 J.L. SADIE Die toegevoegde waarde belasting Population and economic development in South Africa ===========================================================================================================

1972-1973 D.J.J. BOTHA Some thoughts on devaluation On tariff policy: The formative years ===========================================================================================================

1974-1975 H.J.J. REYNDERS Die mikro- en makro-studie van ekonomiese verskynsels: Die gevaar van isolasie Aspects of the goal of the firm in the world of today ===========================================================================================================

1976-77 G.J. TROTTER The economic rationale for educational planning Education and income distribution ===========================================================================================================

1978-79 F.J. DU PLESSIS Monetary policy in South Africa (1979) ===========================================================================================================

1980-81 G.P.C. DE KOCK The new South African business cycle and its implications for South Africa New developments in monetary policy in South Africa ===========================================================================================================

1982-83 A.B. DICKMAN Corporate finance and monetary policy Market-oriented policies and financial markets ===========================================================================================================

1984-85 J.A. LOMBARD Monetêre stabiliteit as voorvereiste in die ekonomiese politiek The evolution of the theory of economic policy ===========================================================================================================

1986-87 M.L. TRUU Economics and politics in South Africa today Confused thinking, intellectual fashion and received knowledge in economics today ===========================================================================================================

1988-89 S.S. BRAND Privatization: An economist's view Demografie, skuld en ekonomiese ontwikkeling ===========================================================================================================

1990-1991 P.D.F.STRYDOM Markets, information and liberty After apartheid: Correcting economic failure ===========================================================================================================

1992-93 M. HOLDEN Trade reform: Finding the right road Lessons for South Africa from the New Growth and Trade Theories ===========================================================================================================

1994-95 G.L. DE WET The RDP and a structural problem in the South African economy Prognosis for growth and development in South Africa ===========================================================================================================

1996-97 W.D. REEKIE The university as firm: Oxymoron or a pour parler se rirer d'affaire? The economics of health and the health of economics ===========================================================================================================

1998-1999 C.L. McCARTHY Problems and prospects of African economic development Polarised development in a SADC free trade area ===========================================================================================================

2000-01 E. CALITZ Fiscal implications of the economic globalisation of South Africa structural economic reform in South Africa: some international comparisons ===========================================================================================================

2002-03 P.A. BLACK On the case for black economic empowerment in South Africa Poverty at the household level: A review of theory and South African evidence ===========================================================================================================

2004-05 E. LOOTS Nepad and the capital flows initiative: Can Africa walk the walk? Aid and development in Africa: The debate, the challenges and the way forward ===========================================================================================================

2006-07 R. PARSONS The emergence of institutionalized social dialogue in SA After Mugabe goes – the economic and political reconstruction of Zimbabwe ===========================================================================================================

2008-10 M. LEIBBRAND Growth and Poverty in South Africa: An Analytic Review. Why Focus on Economic Mobility in the Measurement and Analysis of Economic Well-Being in South Africa? ===========================================================================================================

2011-12 S. DU PLESSIS Nationalising South African mines: Back to a prosperous future, or down a rabbit hole? Assets matter: A new and old view of monetary policy ===========================================================================================================

2013-14 P. BURGER Facing the conundrum: How useful is the developmental state' concept in South Africa? Wages, productivity, and labour’s declining income share in post-Apartheid South Africa.

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