Section of a larger chapter outlining the harsh impact of economic liberalization in higher education in South Africa, and the effects on various categories of workers. The piece was commissioned, and the details are as follows:
Lucien van der Walt, 2006, “South Africa,” commissioned section of Eva Hartmann, Sebastian Haslinger and Christoph Scherrer, “Liberalization of higher education and training: Implications for workers’ security,” in E. Rosskam (ed), Winners or losers? Liberalizing public services, International Labour Office: Geneva, pp. 80-84.
For a PDF with my text only, click here
For a PDF with the whole chapter, of which my text was one part, click here [FIXED]
The whole book is also available at the ILO website, here
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Hi Lucien, it appears the uploaded file is corrupt (whole chapter). Can you please re-upload it? Had trouble finding a place to download elsewhere… thanks for your immeasurably tremendous contributions! We are trying to organize a student union movement here in San Diego and I’m trying to mount a steep learning curve with respect to the issues involved.
Hi, thanks for the kind words — and thanks for drawing this to my attention. I have fixed the link, and also found a link at the ILO website to the whole book. Solidarity, Lucien