Industrial Policy in an era of global structural change
Implications for Southern Africa

Economist | TIPS

Nishal Robb is an Economist at TIPS. Before joining TIPS, he worked as an Economist at the Centre for Competition, Regulation and Economic Development at the University of Johannesburg, and as the National Training and Organising Coordinator for Equal Education. Nishal has worked on a range of topics, including the history of South Africa’s labour-intensive clothing industry; the impact of poor school safety on education; the financialisation of South African firms and implications for structural transformation; and illicit financial flows, tax havens and industrial development in South Africa. He has an MSc from SOAS, University of London, and a BA Honours (Economic History) and BSocSci (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) from the University of Cape Town.

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