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Economic efficiency and manufacturing in Zimbabwe

Lindani B. Ndlovu

Economic efficiency and manufacturing in Zimbabwe

by Lindani B. Ndlovu

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Published by Development and Project Planning Centre in Bradford, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manufactures -- Zimbabwe.,
  • Industrial capacity -- Zimbabwe.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p.35-38)

    StatementLindani B. Ndlovu.
    SeriesResearch monograph (University of Bradford. Development and Project Planning Centre) -- no. 7
    ContributionsUniversity of Bradford. Development and Project Planning Centre
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38 p. ;
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22213114M
    ISBN 100946435693

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An Econometric Model of Employment in Zimbabwe’s Manufacturing Industries * employment efficiency. The focus is on Zimbabwe’s manufacturing industry.

This is an the book value of. The study shows that in the Zimbabwean manufacturing industries between and industries with strong the human capital development and foreign direct investment flows had higher efficiency. objective of restoring the manufacturing sectors to GDP to 30% without concerted efforts from government, policy makers, industry and other interested holders.

• All sectors of the economy including the manufacturing sector must redefine the key economic drivers which will be necessary to take Zimbabwe to the next level of economic Size: KB. Effective protection and economic efficiency in Zimbabwe manufacturing in the s.

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The levels of such protection and their implications have been the subject of debate in the design of industrialisation strategies for developing. The transformation of the classic factory from a production facility into a modern service center has resulted in management problems for which many companies are not yet prepared.

The economic efficiency of modern value creation is not a property of the products but rather of the process. What this means is that the decisive potentials of companies are to be found not so much in their. Zimbabwe Harare key figures • Land area, thousands of km2 • Population, thousands () 12 • GDP per capita, $ () • Life expectancy () File Size: KB.

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Any policies that harm production for the manufacturing sector will deal a double blow on the economy which is already suffering from a slump in tourism output. Price freezes which are not backed by production stimuli or cost containment for the producer can never lead to economic efficiency.

Zimbabwe has been on the price control path more. The International Monetary Fund, which describes Zimbabwe's economy as one of the most fragile in the world, may be more willing - but only with many strings attached to any deal.Abstract. The justification for intervention to improve economic efficiency in market economies is generally predicated on the existence of market failures due to externalities, economies of scale, poorly, or non-functioning, markets, missing factors, etc.

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