DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE SEMINAR: A Review of South Africa's Industrial Policy

Start: 
28/03/2008
Venue: 
TIPS/ The Commark Trust Office, 826 Government Avenue, Pretoria
Main speakers: 
Stephen Hanival

A Review of South Africa's Industrial Policy    

Co-ordinator: 

Stephen Hanival is the Director of TIPS. He holds an MSc Degree in Economics from the University of London and an undergraduate degree from the University of Cape Town. He was previously the Chief Director: Services Sectors and the Director of Policy Analysis and Strategy at the South Africa Department of Trade & Industry and also served as a part-time member of the Board on Tariffs and Trade. His areas of research include industrial policy and small business development. 

This event is part of a series:

Development Dialogue Seminar Series

The Development Dialogue Seminar is a seminar series hosted by TIPS. The seminars offer a platform to share views and ideas on specific development issues and alternative policy strategies.

Though the seminar programme has been designed for government officials for whom the themes tackled are of relevance, the seminars fact focuses on a wide range of topical development issues. The themes covered span the informal economy to specific trade negotiation challenges. The seminars also attempts to offer perspectives from other countries in the region and beyond.

Who can attend?

Government officials and others who contribute to policy are targeted by the seminar series but all are welcome, though places are limited.

If you would like to attend please contact Natasha [at] tips [dot] org [dot] za. Please specify food allergies if any, as a light lunch will be served prior to the seminar.

 

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