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The Case for Road Transport in Rhodesia
(Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1968-12)
The term “road transport” is very wide and includes not only both passenger and freight traffic, but a very wide range of organisations and an equaly wide range of traffic under both headings. It will however, I think, be ...
The Case for a Rhodesian Gold Subsidy
(Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1967-12)
I wish to divide my paper into three sections. First, it is necessary to deal with the position which gold occupies in the world. Secondly, I propose to relate this world position to Rhodesia and leading on from these two ...
The Role of the Private Sector In Zimbabwe.
(Institute of Development Studies Zimbabwe (ZIDS. ), 1982-03)
Today, the commercial sector (wholesaler trade, retail trade, finance, insurance, transport and communication, real estate, hotels and restaurants) is the third largest employer of labour after agriculture and manufacturing. ...
The Mining Industry of Zambia
(Institute of Mining Research (University of Zimbabwe), 1986-02)
In terms of value the Zambian minerals industry is the second largest in the SADCC, but it is virtually all copper and its byproduct cobalt. From independence in 1964, the government made some progress in the diversification ...
Appropriate Technology for Development in the Third World
From earliest times man has attempted, with the resources available to him, to satisfy his basic needs of food, shelter security and self satisfaction. From Stone Age and Iron Age, through the development of tools and ...
The Main Environmental Factors Restricting 'Development In The U.S.S.R'
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ), 1982-08)
The Chromium Resources Of Zimbabwe
(INSTITUTE OF MINING RESEARCH (IMR) : (UNIVERSITY OF ZIMBABWE ), 1980-09)
Housing Policy, Production and Consumption in Harare: a Review
(University of Zimbabwe (UZ) Publications., 1990)
This article analyses housing policy, production and consumption in Harare. It reviews most (hopefully all) of the recent literature on urban housing in Zimbabwe, most of which is on the low-income sector in Harare. The ...
Economic Growth of Japan with Special Reference to Industrial Development
(Geographical Association of Zimbabwe (GAZ) (University of Zimbabwe) (UZ), 1999-09)
Japan’s economic success has been a characteristic of the second half of the twentieth century. Its industrial revolution took 120 years whereas Britain took nearly twice that period to become a major industrial nation. ...
Dispersal of Economic Activity and Industrial Development.
(Rhodesian Economic Society (RES). University of Rhodesia (now University of Zimbabwe.), 1969-09)
Ever since Lord Keynes propounded his “General Theory”, it has increasingly come to be held that man is not merely a cork on the economic ocean, being flung this way and that by blind economic forces, but that he can ...