Beyond the Enclave: Towards a Pro-Poor and Inclusive Development Strategy for Zimbabwe

This book argues that the post-independence policies have failed to address the inherited enclave structure of the economy, resulting in the continued marginalization of the majority of the population and the entrenchment of poverty. By 2004, instead of the economy being formalized, four out of every five jobs were informalized, with the decent-work deficits that this implies. This is the underlying factor behind the current crisis. The solution should therefore be steeped in the adoption of people-driven policies that redress this enclave  and dual structure to achieve inclusive growth and human development