Disaggregated development: between 'trade, industrialisation and migration'

SOURCE: Crisis, identity and migration in post-colonial southern Africa
OUTPUT TYPE: Chapter in Monograph
PUBLICATION YEAR: 2017
TITLE AUTHOR(S): M.Kanyane
SOURCE EDITOR(S): H.H.Magidimisha, N.E.Khalema, L.Chipungu, T.C.Chirimambowa, T.L.Chimedza
KEYWORDS: AFRICA, INDUSTRIALIZATION, TRADE AND INDUSTRY POLICY, TRADE UNIONS
DEPARTMENT: Democracy, Governance and Service Delivery (DGSD)
Print: HSRC Library: shelf number 10032

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Abstract

The study focuses on regional development, viewed from regional integration lens informed by disaggregated trade, industrialisation and migration. The study's response to impact of regional integration agenda and hard talks about migration, industrialisation and trade initiatives in the region in long overdue. Regional integration has erned political support in African Union member stats, but it is stalling at the implementation level. To this end, employing qualitative methodologies and desktop studies, the study disaggregates regional decfelopment by exploring trade,migration and industrialisation to underscore the casual effect and dividends of regional integration.