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Why the current model of development has failed to capture the reality of youth in the Global South

Ben Haman, O 2021 , 'Why the current model of development has failed to capture the reality of youth in the Global South' , Journal of Multidimensional Research & Review, vol. 2, no. 1 , pp. 23-38 .

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Abstract

Today, youth unemployment is deemed to be the most serious challenges confronting many developed countries. However, the situation is an especially serious concern in the Global South, where the neoliberal system has resulted in youth unemployment, marginalization and social exclusion. This article draws on the existing literature to analyse the issues of unemployment in Morocco. While the most recent reports show that university graduates are the most affected groups by unemployment rates, this article focuses mainly on the issue of unemployment among university graduates. This article argues that youth unemployment policy has to be understood in the context of neoliberal and its austerity policies, where youth unemployment can never overcome while the neoliberal state keeps decreasing public expenditure and privatising the public resources. These policies are meant to work as the ‘shock therapy’ of liberalization: the “highly visible action” that “was to make the ‘bitter pill’ of adjustment easier to swallow”.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Ben Haman, O
Keywords: Global South, unemployment, shock therapy
Journal or Publication Title: Journal of Multidimensional Research & Review
Publisher: Yazhli Global Multidisciplinary Research Organization (YGMRO)
ISSN: 2708-9452
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