Challenges of industrial policy for middle income economies: new thinking and comparative insights for South Africa

Challenges of industrial policy for middle income economies: new thinking and comparative insights for South Africa

Over the past two decades the global industrial landscape has been reshaped by profound structural and technological transformations. The rise of new industrial powers, China in particular, has led to the restructuring of global production systems and the reorganisation of production cycles, as well as changes in global trade patterns.

"The Competition Commission’s Draft Guidelines on the Exchange of Information between Competitors" Roundtable discussion

"The Competition Commission’s Draft Guidelines on the Exchange of Information between Competitors" Roundtable discussion

Agreeing upon and sustaining cartel outcomes requires some form of communication between competitors. The role of information exchange in dampening competition or facilitating cartel conduct is a contentious topic and one that the Competition Commission continues to face as firms find more creative and sophisticated ways to collude.

Invitiation to a seminar on: International Financial Flows and Financial Crises

Invitiation to a seminar on: International Financial Flows and Financial Crises

The African Programme on Rethinking Development Economics (APORDE), in association with the Centre for Competition, Regulation and Economic Development (CCRED) has the pleasure of inviting you to a seminar on ‘International Financial Flows and Financial Crisis Seminar’ .

Manufacturing the Innovation Economy: Industrial Ecosystem and Policy in the Emilia Romagna Region

Manufacturing the Innovation Economy: Industrial Ecosystem and Policy in the Emilia Romagna Region

11 July 2016

The Centre for Competition, Regulation and Economic Development; the South African Research Chair in Industrial Development; and the Government Technical Advisory Centre have the pleasure of inviting you to the following seminar