Input myopia clouds BEE and other policies

By shunning outcomes, normal market mechanisms are turned on their head

It is hard to identify and analyse a feature of our national psyche and how it affects our ability to conceive of and implement effective policy. But I want to make the case for a feature of the public discourse that is doing SA no favours — the obsession with inputs rather than outcomes...

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