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Author Rosenthal, Jean W., 1945- author

Title South Africa's Financial Sector Charter : transforming South Africa through black economic empowerment / Jean W. Rosenthal, Jaan Elias, Joel Podolny & James N. Baron
Published [London] : SAGE, 2016
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Series SAGE knowledge. Cases
SAGE knowledge. Cases
Summary In 1994, South Africa held its first free elections, marking the peaceful transition from a government controlled by the country's white minority to a multi-party, multi-racial government. The new government, led by Nelson Mandela and the African National Congress (ANC) party, sought to unify South Africa and overcome the country's racist past. Rather than pursue criminal recriminations and retribution for past wrongs, the ANC concentrated on reconciliation, unification and nation building. According to most observers, the ANC's political program led to a strong, forward-looking state, capable of undertaking the significant challenges facing South Africa. This case study examines this topic
Notes Originally Published in: Rosenthal, J.W., Elias, J., Podolny, J., & Baron, J.N. (2007). South Africa's Financial Sector Charter: Transforming South Africa through Black Economic Empowerment. 07-026. New Haven, CT: Yale School of Management, Yale University
Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on May 3, 2016)
Subject Power (Social sciences) -- South Africa -- Case studies.
Blacks -- South Africa -- Economic conditions -- Case studies.
South Africa -- Economic conditions -- 1991- -- Case studies.
South Africa -- Politics and government -- 1994- -- Case studies.
South Africa -- Race relations -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Elias, Jaan, author
Podolny, Joel M. (Joel Marc), author
Baron, James N., author
ISBN 9781473974036 (ebook)