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Technical Research Report 2_CCI SAM and CSA_2019 Update_Ver 1_3 Feb 2019

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Technical Research Report 2_CCI SAM and CSA_2019 Update_Ver 1_3 Feb 2019 This report is an updated version of the original Research Report 2: Cultural and Creative Industries Satellite Account Embedded into a Social Accounting Matrix for South Africa that was produced in December 2017, and which was the second in a series of five reports that were produced in 2017 in response to a specific request from the Department of Arts, Sports and Culture (DSAC) and the South African Cultural Observatory (SACO) that the scope of work and deliverables for this research study be presented in five separate reports. This current study is conducted under the auspices of the Nelson Mandela University in partnership with Rhodes University, University of Fort Hare, and the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
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