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Unpacking labour’s declining income share: manufacturing, mining and growing inequality

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Unpacking labour’s declining income share: manufacturing, mining and growing inequality

4th February 2015

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While the share of capital increased, labour’s share of total income earned in South Africa fell significantly during the first two decades after 1994. These trends could contribute to a deterioration of income inequality, given that the ownership of capital – and thus the income from capital – is concentrated in fewer individuals than is the case with salaries and wages. This article explores labour’s falling share, with particular reference to the manufacturing and mining sectors.

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Written by Philippe Burger, Professor of Economics and Head of Department, University of the Free State

This article was first published on the Econ3x3 website – Accessible policy-relevant research and expert commentaries on unemployment and employment, income distribution and inclusive growth in South Africa.

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