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JP Landman
JP Landman
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Category:
Speaker
Location:
Johannesburg South Africa
Preferred Language:
Afrikaans, English
Tags:
Businessman,Economist,Political Analyst,Trend analyst
Profile:
JP Landman is a self-employed political and trend analyst. His focus areas are trends in politics, economics, social capital and the interplay of demographics and economic growth. He is also a popular speaker and enjoys consistently good ratings.

JP's focus is politics and economics, and the future implications of current developments. Since the start of his career, he has built a track record for accuracy in forecasting Government's economic and social policies. Members of the investment and business communities who have seen JP Landman in action, have found the experience stimulating, thought provoking and entertaining. Importantly, they use his information and insights in their business and investment decisions.

He is a visiting professor at the University of the Free State where he lectures on trends in South Africa’s political-economy.
JP Landman is a self-employed political and trend analyst. His focus areas are trends in politics, economics, social capital and the interplay of demographics and economic growth. He is also a popular speaker and enjoys consistently good ratings.

JP's focus is politics and economics, and the future implications of current developments. Since the start of his career, he has built a track record for accuracy in forecasting Government's economic and social policies. Members o
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PRESENTATIONS by JP Landman

How the nation is shaping up
Published: 2009/10/20

Starting 3 years ago, the Presidency annually releases a set of development indicators measuring how SA is shaping up. 76 indicators, grouped around ten areas of our national life, are measured and compared over time.

Strikes and unrest – SA’s winter of discontent.
Published: 2009/08/08

The combined effect of strikes and social unrest has attracted the attention of all, including the international news networks. Lets analyse them separately as they are driven by very different circumstances and causes.

Jobs and promises of jobs – beyond the noise.
Published: 2009/07/10

In his recent State of the Nation address pres Jacob Zuma promised that 500 000 “employment opportunities” would be created before the end of the year.

View from Abroad
Published: 2009/07/01

On a recent swing through London talking to analysts and journalists I was struck by how much people wanted SA to be a success. Not that SA is top of their minds with the global meltdown on the one hand and the shenanigans of British parliamentarians’ expense claims on the other. (The fury around the latter was quite palpable).


Three tasks
Published: 2009/06/09

What do the House of Lords and Old Mutual have in common? And how does that commonality influence investors?

The G20 was not a success
Published: 2009/04/07

The G20 meeting in London last week got a lot of coverage (fine), the IMF came out of it stronger (good), tax havens and hedge funds might be regulated a bit more stringently (probably good), but the critical problem of macro economic imbalances was not tackled (bad, very bad).

Budget 2009
Published: 2009/03/24

Growth rate: predictions, guestimates and credibility

SA needs two agricultural policies
Published: 2009/02/26

The most recent agriculture census from Stats SA throws the spotlight on commercial agriculture in SA.

Politics and the Global Economic Crisis
Published: 2009/02/10

Within a week it has erupted all over.

The ANC’s Election Manifesto
Published: 2009/01/28

The manifesto sets five priorities for the next five years

What they have in common
Published: 2008/10/31

What do ANC youth leader Julius Malema, Wall Street bankers and South Africa’s Constitutional Court judges have in common?

Development takes time
Published: 2008/10/09

In 2007 in the run-up to the ANC conference at Polokwane a gogo got to her feet at an overwhelmingly pro-Thabo Mbeki meeting, and proposed Jacob Zuma as the presidential candidate.

Social Capital
Published: 2008/07/17

Thesis on social capital submitted for a M Phil in Futurestudies at the University of Stellenbosch, 2003..

The discovery of diamonds, Judge Hlope and “kill for Zuma”
Published: 2008/07/07

What do the above have in common? The link between them lies in social capital. We can trace the link back over 140 years.

Social Capital
Published: 2007/06/19

In November the Economist published a ranking of democracies in the world. The ranking had 4 categories....
PRESENTATIONS by JP Landman

How the nation is shaping up
Published: 2009/10/20

Starting 3 years ago, t
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