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Research outputs: DEVELOPMENT
The Philippines have developed a system of neighbourhood government that other countries could usefully learn from. The barangays give ordin...
The idea that we are in a Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is premised on the observation that technological change is accelerating, that ...
This study investigates ways in which South Africa could attract, recruit, retain and integrate critical skilled immigrants into different s...Download this report
The present applications of systems thinking in the form of system dynamics had been largely influenced by the contribution of Jay W. Forre...