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.. .. Résumé,

. The and .. .. South-africa-model, Comparison to other studies and theory on growth under environmental constraints

, Existing studies on development and climate policy in South Africa

. .. , 1.2. Building blocks for a dynamic CGE model representing growth under environmental constraints, 1.3. The IMACLIM framework for modelling technology, p.35

, Modelling GDP growth in the IMACLIM framework

. .. , 49 2.3. A second-best labour market model with skill differentiation, Intermezzo: Modelling technological change in developing economies

. The and .. .. South-africa-model, 60 3.1.2. Hybridisation: dual accounting of values and quantities of energy use

, 3.1. Modelling supply and demand for skills

. .. , Overview of model variables and constraints

, 6.2. Criteria for establishing a Reference Projection parametrisation

, 2.2. The role of structural and technological change in RP, Reference Projection and results of scenario analysis

C. and .. .. , 3.1. Introduction to scenarios for carbon tax revenue recycling

, Structural and technological change in Ctax scenarios

, Increased access to high-quality education, Revenue recycling with investment in skills

, 2. Imposing a CO 2 emission target which achieves the NDC

, 5.2. Estimation and comparison of energy efficiency potentials

, 5.5. Limitations to the alternative efficiency scenario and conclusion

, 214 5.6.1. Technological change in the electricity sector

, Ex ante productivity indexation of wages

.. .. Discussion, 233 calibration: income distribution and hybridisation

. .. Africa and . .-;-alton, 249 6.2.1, 2012.

.. .. Conclusion, 3.2. Expectations of a growth drag, increased capital intensity and higher employment . 263 how results reflect theoretical predictions

.. .. Conclusion, 1.2. Main findings for carbon tax revenue recycling schemes

, 2.4. Future labour productivity, wages, rent-taking and employment

. .. , 290 315 7.3.1. Research to improve the analysis of South African climate change policies

.. .. References,

.. .. Detailed-table-of-content,

. .. List-of-figures,

. .. List-of-tables,

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