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Macroeconomic impact assessment and analysis of SAs CCI and creative economy

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Macroeconomic impact assessment and analysis of SAs CCI and creative economy The purpose of this study is to (a) highlight key macroeconomic findings relating to South Africa’s CCIs, and (b), provide interpretation and analysis of the data as it pertains to policy development and implementation in accordance with the 2011 National Development Plan and relevant DAC policy initiatives. It is important to recognise that policy development and implementation can only be subjected to macroeconomic impact assessment if a suitable macroeconomic impact assessment model is available. Furthermore, it is important to recognise that such a suitable macroeconomic impact assessment model must include a database of information that incorporates all of the relevant data required to perform comprehensive macroeconomic impact assessment of policy initiatives and implementation programs, which, in the case of this study, relate to the CCIs in South Africa.
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