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SEF 2021 Journal Articles (In-print)
 

1. Booysen F.; Botha F.; and Wouters E. (2021). Conceptual causal models of socioeconomic status, family structure, family functioning and their role in public health. BMC Public Health, Vol 21(191).

2. Guvuriro S. and Booysen F. (2021). Family-type public goods and intra-household decision-making by co-resident South African couples. Review of Development Economics. Vol 25 (3), pp 1629-1647

3. Kesselman, B.; Ngcoya, M. and Casale, D. (2021). The challenge posed by urban dietary norms to the practice of urban agroecology. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems. Vol 45(4), pp 480-498.

4. Phindile, N. and Dikgang, J. (2021). An application of behavioural finance in banking: The Discovery Bank case. Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, Vol 11(5), pp 138-146.

5. Ade M., Rossouw J. and Gwatidzo T. (2021). The effect of tax harmonization in the Southern African development community on foreign direct investment. The Journal of Developing Areas, Vol 55(1), pp 55-77.

6. Hyland L.; Sebastian A. and Seetharam, Y. (2021). ‘An application of behavioural finance in banking: The Discovery Bank case’, Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, Vol 14(1) 

7. Rosenberg J.; Strauss I.; and Isaacs G. (2021). COVID-19 impact on SADC labour markets: Evidence from high-frequency data and other sources. African Development Review, pp 1-17.

8. Kollamparambil U. (2021). Socio Economic Inequality of Wellbeing: A Comparison of Switzerland and South Africa, Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol 22, pp 555 – 574.

9. Kollamparambil U. and Oyenubi A. (2021). Behavioural response to the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa. PLoS ONE, Vol 16(4).

10. Kollamparambil, U. (2021). Non-Income Effect of Land Ownership and Tenure on Subjective Wellbeing in South Africa. South African Journal of Economics. Vol 89 (2), pp301-323. 

11. Kollamparambil, U. (2021). Subjective Wellbeing Inequality between Cohabiting Partners: Does a Household Kuznets Curve Exist? Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol 22(6), pp 2653-2675

12. Nwosu C.O. and Oyenubi A. (2021). Income-related health inequalities associated with the coronavirus pandemic in South Africa: A decomposition analysis. International Journal for Equity in Health, Vol 20(21).

13. Oyenubi, A. (2021). Who benefits from the South African Child Support Grant?: The role of gender and birthweight. Development Southern Africa, Vol 38(4), pp.539-563.

14. Padayachee V. (2021). Let's have a constructive debate on the role of the Reserve Bank. New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy, Vol 79, pp 14-20. 

15. Posel D. and Bruce-Brand, J. (2021) “Only a housewife?’ Subjective well-being and homemaking in South Africa” Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol 22, pp 323–342.

16. Posel D.; Oyenubi A.; and Kollamparambil U. (2021). Job loss and mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown: Evidence from South Africa, PLoS One, Vol 16(3)

17. Rossouw L. and Ross H. (2021). Understanding Period Poverty: Socio-Economic Inequalities in Menstrual Hygiene Management in Eight Low- and Middle-Income Countries. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Vol 18(5).

18. Boachie, M.K.; Rossouw, L. and Ross, H. (2021). The Economic Cost of Smoking in South Africa, 2016. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, Vol 23(2), pp 286-293

19. van Niekerk, R. and Padayachee, V. (2021). The rise and fall of a social democratic economic and social policy alternative in the ANC (1990–1996). Journal of Contemporary African Studies, Vol 39(2), pp 230-245.

 
SEF 2021 Journal Articles (Online)
 

1. Booysen F.; Guvuriro S.; and Campher C. (2021). Online. Horizontal and vertical individualism and collectivism and preferences for altruism: A social discounting study. Personality and Individual Differences, Personality and Individual Differences, Vol 178.

2. Bordiss, B.; Padayachee, V. and Rossouw, J. (2021). Two of the most eventful years in the history of the South African Reserve Bank: William Henry Clegg and Johannes Postmus and the 1931–1932 crisis. Economic History of Developing Regions.

3. Ajefu J. and Casale D. (2021). The Long-term Effects of Violent Conflict on Women’s Intra-Household Decision-Making Power. The Journal of Development Studies, pp.1-20.

4. Casale D. and Posel D. (2021). Gender inequality and the COVID-19 crisis: Evidence from a large national survey during South Africa's lockdown. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, Vol 71.

5. Posel, D. and Casale, D. (2021). Moving during times of crisis: Migration, living arrangements and COVID-19 in South Africa. Scientific African, Vol 13.

6. Chipeta C.; Aftab, N. and Machokoto M. (2021). Online. The implications of financial conservatism for African firms. Finance Research Letters.

7. Machokoto, M.; Chipeta, C. and Ibeji, N. (2021). Online. The institutional determinants of peer effects on corporate cash holdings. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money.

8. Machokoto, M.; Chipeta, C.; Aftab, N. and Areneke, G. (2021). Online. The financial conservatism of firms in emerging economies. Research in International Business and Finance.

9. Strauss I.; Isaacs, G.; & Rosenberg J. (2021). Online. The effect of shocks to GDP on employment in SADC member states during COVID-19 using a Bayesian hierarchical model. African Development Review.

10. Sarr M.; Bezabih Ayele M.; Kimani M.E. and Ruhinduka R. (2021). Who benefits from climate-friendly agriculture? The marginal returns to a rainfed system of rice intensification in Tanzania. World Development, Vol 138.

11. Anakpo G & Kollamparambil, U. (2021). Online. Family structure and household well-being: Evidence from South Africa. Development Southern Africa.

12. Kutela D. and Turpie J. (2021). Online. Bayesian analysis of demand for urban green space: A contingent valuation of developing a new urban park. Land Use Policy, Vol 109

13. Naape B. & Mahonye, N. (2021).Online. Does South Africa’s tax effort fall short of its tax capacity?, Development Southern Africa

14. Posel D. (2021). Online. Living alone and depression in a developing country context: Longitudinal evidence from South Africa. SSM - Population Health, Vol 14.

15. Padayachee, V. and Rossouw, J. (2021). Online. The Political Economy of South Africa's constitutional road to Central Bank Independence (1993–1996). Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa, Vol 105(1), pp 74-97.

16. Padayachee, V. (2021). Online. Corporations and society. The Economic and Labour Relations Review.

17. Ayifah E. Romm A.; Kollamparambil U. (2021). The Relationship between Religion and Livelihood Activities of Women: Empirical Evidence from the Yilo and Lower Manya Krobo Districts of Eastern Ghana” Research in International Business and Finance, Vol 55.

18. Rossouw, L. (2021). Online. Socioeconomic status and tobacco consumption: Analyzing inequalities in China, Ghana, India, Mexico, the Russian Federation and South Africa. Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, Vol 7(47).

19. Seetharam Y. (2021). Online. Investigating the low-risk anomaly in South Africa. Review of Behavioural Finance.

 

SEF 2021 Journal Articles (Accepted)

 

20. Kollamparambil U. (2021). Past and Present Subjective Wellbeing: The Role of Contrast and Memory. Applied Research in Quality of Life

21. Kollamparambil U. (2021). The Child Support Grant and Child-bearing in South Africa: Is there a Case for Basic Income Grant?. Studies in Economics and Econometrics

 

SEF 2021 Books and Book Chapters

 

1. Michie, J. and Padayachee, V. (eds). (2021). Ownership and Governance of Companies: Essays from South Africa and the Global South. Abingdon: Routledge, Pages: 320, ISBN No. 9780367760113, 9780367760120, 9781003165118.

2. Oyenubi A. (2021). Accepted. Stochastic dominance and portfolio performance under heuristic optimization. Springer: Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Actuarial Sciences and Finance-eMAF2020.

 
2020

SEF 2020 Journal Articles (in-print, online and accepted)

1. Auret C. and Sayed A. (2020) Online “The effects of uncertainty on investor expectations and volatility in the South African white maize futures market”, Investment Analysts Journal

2. Booysen F. and Gordon T. (2020)Trends and socio-economic inequality in public perceptions of healthcare delivery in South Africa”, International Journal for Quality in Health Care, Vol 32(2), pp 135-139

3. Lawana N.; Booysen F.; Tsegaye A., Kapingura FM. and Hongoro C. (2020) “Lifestyle risk factors, non-communicable diseases and labour force participation in South Africa”, Development Southern Africa, Vol 37(3), pp 446-461

4. Guvuriro S. and Booysen F. (2020) “Intra-household cooperation and inter-generational communication in the extended family: a field experiment in a poor urban community in Africa”, Review of Economics of the Household,  Vol 18, pp 635–653

5. Gordon T.; Booysen F. and Mbonigaba J. (2020) “Socio-economic inequalities in the multiple dimensions of access to healthcare: the case of South Africa”, BMC Public Health, Vol 20(289), pp 1-13

6. Casale, D.; Desmond C; and Richter, L (2020). “Catch-up growth in height and cognitive function: Why definitions matter”, Economics and Human Biology, Vol 37, pp 1-11

7. Casale, D. (2020) “Recovery from stunting in early childhood and subsequent schooling outcomes: Evidence from NIDS Waves 1-5”, Development Southern Africa, Vol 37(3), pp 483-500

8. Casale, D.; Espi, G. and Norris, S. (2020) Online “The predictors of different measures of dietary diversity among one year olds in South Africa”, South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition

9. Kesselman B. Ngcoya M. and Casale D. (2020) Online “The challenge posed by urban dietary norms to the practice of urban”, Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems

10. Chipeta C. and Nkiwane P. (2020) Online "Financial slack, method of payment and acquirer performance: The case of cross-border acquisitions into Africa”, Investment Analysts Journal

11. Farrell G. and Kemp E. (2020) “Measuring the financial cycle in South Africa”, South African Journal of Economics, Vol 88(2), pp 123-144

12. Isaacs G. (2020) Online “Human Rights Impact Assessments and the Politics of Evidence in Economic Policymaking”, The International Journal of Human Rights

13. Kollamparambil U. (2020)Educational Homogamy, Positive Assortative Mating and Income Inequality in South Africa: An Unconditional Quantile Regression Analysis”, Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 56(9), pp 1706-1724.

14. Kollamparambil, U. (2020) “Happiness, Happiness Inequality and Income Dynamics in South AfricaJournal of Happiness Studies, Vol 21(1), pp 201–222.

15. Morudu P, Kollamparambil U (2020) Health shocks, medical insurance and household vulnerability: Evidence from South Africa”, PLoS ONE, Vol 1​5(2), pp1-17

16. Kollamparambil U. and Mathentamo Q (2020) Online “Subjective Wellbeing Inequality in South Africa 2008-2014: A Unconditional quantile decomposition analysis”, Development Southern Africa, Vol. 10(1), pp1-22

17. Kollamparambil U. (2020) Online "Socio-economic inequality of wellbeing: A Comparison of Switzerland and South Africa”, Journal of Happiness Studies

18. Kutela D. Muchapondwa E. Shimeles A. and Dikgang J. (2020) Online “Aid, collective action and benefits to smallholders: Evaluating the World Food Program’s purchase for progress pilot”, Food Policy

19. Kutela D. (2020) Online “Forest commons, vertical integration and smallholder’s saving and investment responses: Evidence from a quasi-experiment”, World Development

20. Cordeiro, M. Kwenda P. and Ntuli M. (2020) “Crime and Life Satisfaction: Evidence from South Africa - Gauteng Province”, Applied Research Quality Life, Vol. 15, pp 715–736

21. Myeni S. Makate M. and Mahonye N. (2020) Online “Does mobile money promote financial inclusion in Eswatini?”, International Journal of Social Economics

22. Lemma TT. Freedman M. Shabestari MA. and Mlilo M. (2020) Carbon risk, carbon disclosure quality and financial reporting quality”, Business Strategy and the Environment, Vol. 29(5),  pp 2130-2143. 

23. Lemma TT. Mlilo M. and Gwatidzo T. (2020) Board remuneration, director’s ownership and corporate governance: The South African evidence” International Review of Applied Economics”, Vol. 34(4), pp. 491-511.

24. Lemma TT.; Shabestari MA.; Freedman M and Mlilo M (2020) Online “Corporate carbon risk exposure, voluntary disclosure, and financial reporting quality”, Business Strategy and the Environment

25. Lemma TT.; Shabestari MA.; Freedman M.; Lulseged A. and Mlilo M. (2020) Online “Corporate carbon risk, voluntary disclosure and debt maturity”, International Journal of Accounting and Information Management

26. Lemma TT. Shabestari MA. Freedman M. Lulseged A and Mlilo M (2020) Accepted “Carbon risk exposure, voluntary disclosure and debt maturity”, International Journal of Accounting and Information Management

27. Mncube L.: Ivaldi M. and Sánchez del Villar M. (2020) Online “Measuring unilateral effects under data scarcity: A merger case in South Africa” Concurrences

28. Mncube L. and Ratshisusu H. (2020) “Addressing excessive pricing concerns in time of the COVID-19 pandemic—a view from South Africa”, Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, Vol. 8, pp 256–259

29. Nicholls, N. and Romm, A.T. (2020), Work harder or aim lower? Overconfidence and belief updating in the classroom. International Social Science Journal, 70: 189-203. https://doi.org/10.1111/issj.12252

30. Oyenubi A. (2020) “A note on covariate balancing propensity score and instrument-like variables”, Economics Bulletin, Vol. 40(1), pp 202-209

31. Oyenubi A. (2020) “Optimising balance using covariate balancing propensity score: The case of South African child support grant”, Development Southern Africa, Vol. 37(4), pp 570-586

32. Oyenubi A. and Wittenberg M. (2020) Online “Does the choice of balance-measure matter under genetic matching?” Empirical Economics

33. Padayachee V (2020) “A man for a crisis: Keynesianism, economic theory and the future of civilizationInternational Review of Applied Economics, Vol. 34(2), pp291-299. 

34. Padayachee, V. (2020) “Extraordinary times: Frank Stilwell and the study of inequality” African Review of Economics and Finance, Vol 12(1), pp 282-292

35. Padayachee V. and Van Niekerk R. (2020) “SA pays tribute to a comrade of integrity”, New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy, Vol. 76, pp 35-38

36. Michie J. and Padayachee V. (2020) “Alternative forms of ownership and control in the global south”, International Review of Applied Economics, Vol. 34(4), pp 413-422

37. Page D.,  McClelland D. and Auret C. (2020) Online “Idiosyncratic momentum on the JSE” Investment Analysts Journal

38. Pons-Vignon N. and Isaacs G. (2020) Online “Overcoming the legacy of apartheid? Reflections on the national minimum wage in South Africa”, Mondes en Devéloppement

39. Posel D.; Casale D. and Grapsa E. (2020) “Household variation and inequality: The implications of equivalence scales in South Africa”, African Review of Economics and Finance, Vol. 12(1), pp 102-122

40. Posel, D. and Bruce-Brand, J. (2020) Online “‘Only a housewife?’ Subjective well-being and homemaking in South Africa” Journal of Happiness Studies

41. Posel, D.; Hunter, M. and Rudwick S. (2020) Online “Revisiting the prevalence of English: Language use outside the home in South Africa” Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development

42. Ayifah E. Romm A. Kollamparambil U. and Vosti S. (2020) Online “Effect of religion on the risk behaviour of rural Ghanaian women” Review of Social Economy

43. Jackson-Morris A.; Rossouw L and Boachie MK. (2020) “Key factors in achieving increased tobacco taxation: Experience from the island of Saint Helena”, Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, Vol. 6 (38), pp 1-5

44. Boachie M. Rossouw L. P and Ross H. (2020) Accepted “The Economic Cost of Smoking in South Africa, 2016” Nicotine & Tobacco Research

45. Sayed A. and Auret C. (2020) “Volatility transmission in the South African white maize futures market”, Eurasian Economic Review, Vol. 10, pp 71-88

46. van 't Hoff M. and Wall R. (2020) “Business districts: the spatial characteristics of FDI within cities”, European Planning Studies, Vol 28 (2), P273-295

Books

Mittermaier, Karl (2020) “The Hand Behind the Invisible Hand: Dogmatic and Pragmatic Views on Free Markets and the State of Economic TheoryBristol University Press: Bristol, Pages: 278, ISBN No. 9781529209099, 9781529209105, 9781529215793

 

Book chapters 

1. Ntuli M. and Kwenda P. (2020) Chapter 11 “Gender Gaps in Employment and Wages in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review”, In Konte M. and Tirivayi N. (eds) Women and Sustainable Human Development. Gender, Development and Social Change. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham

2. Padayachee V. (2020) Chapter 4 “A survey of trends in macroeconomic policy and development in the global South: From World War II to the global financial crisis and beyond” in Francis D., Valodia I. and Webster E. (eds) Inequality Studies from the Global South, Routledge: New York

3. Padayachee V. and Rossouw J. (2020) Chapter 8The Independence of the South African Reserve Bank: Coming full circle after 25 years”, In Yagci M. (ed) The Political Economy of Central Banking in Emerging market economies. Routledge (UK): London

4. Bank L.; Posel D. and Wilson F. (2020) Chapter 1 Introduction: Migrant labour after apartheid”, in Bank, L.J.; Posel, D.; Wilson, F. (eds) Migrant labour after apartheid: The inside story, HSRC Press: Cape Town

5. Posel D. (2020) Chapter 2Measuring labour migration after apartheid: Patterns and trends”, in Bank, L.J.; Posel, D.; Wilson, F. (eds) Migrant labour after apartheid: The inside story, HSRC Press: Cape Town

6. Hall K. and Posel D. (2020) Chapter 5 “What does labour migration mean for families? Children’s mobility in the context of maternal migration”, in Bank, L.J.; Posel, D.; Wilson, F. (eds) Migrant labour after apartheid: The inside story, HSRC Press: Cape Town

7. Posel D. and Zeller J. (2020) Chapter 14 “Language use and language shift in post-apartheid South Africa”. In Hickey, R. (ed) English in Multilingual South Africa. The Linguistics of Contact and Change. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

8. Oyenubi A. (2020) Chapter 1 “Optimal Portfolios on Mean-Diversification Efficient Frontiers”, In Pichl L., Eom C., Scalas E., Kaizoji T. (eds) Advanced Studies of Financial Technologies and Cryptocurrency Markets. Springer: Singapore.

9. Christopher Torr. (2020) Chapter 1 “Mittermaier’s Modern Message”, in Mittermaier, K. (ed) The Hand Behind the Invisible Hand: Dogmatic and Pragmatic Views on Free Markets and the State of Economic Theory, Bristol University Press: Bristol

2019
  1. Chisanda C and Bittencourt M. (2019). Economic development and democracy: the modernization hypothesis in sub-Saharan Africa.The Social Sciences Journal, 56(2), pp 243-254.
  2. Bittencourt M. (2019) Young democracies and government debt: evidence from South America, Journal of Economic Policy Reform, Vol. 22(4), pp 351-368.
  3. Bittencourt M., Chang S., Gupta R., Miller SM. (2019) Does financial development affect income inequality in the US States?, Journal of Policy Modelling, Vol. 41(6), pp 1043-1056.
  4. Mutyambizi C, Booysen F, Stokes A, Pavlova M and Groot W. (2019). Lifestyle and socio-economic inequalities in diabetes prevalence in South Africa: a decomposition analysis. Plos One, 14(1), pp 1-21.
  5. Booysen F, Mbecke P, de Gouveia A, Manomono T and Tanga P. (2019). Attitudes to evidence-based practice among social work practitioners in South Africa.Southern African Journal of Social Work and Social Development, 31(1), 1-14.
  6. Mutyambizi C, Pavlova M, Hongoro C, Booysen F, and Groot W. (2019). Incidence, socio-economic inequalities and determinants of catastrophic health expenditure and impoverishment for diabetes care in South Africa: a study at two public hospitals in Tshwane. Journal for Equity in Health, 18 (73), 1-15.
  7. Guvuriro S and Booysen F. (2019). Economic bargaining power and financial decision-making among married and cohabitant women in South Africa.Development Southern Africa, 36(4), 504-518.
  8. Mutyambizi C, Booysen F, Stornes P and Eikemo, TA. (2019). Subjective social status and inequality in depressive symptoms: a gender-specific. decomposition analysis for South Africa. International Journal for Equity in Health, 18(87), 1-13.
  9. Booysen, F., and Gordon, T. (2019).Trends and socio-economic inequality in public perceptions of healthcare delivery in South Africa. International Journal for Quality in Health Care. 2019, pp 1–5.
  10. Dube, G. and Casale, D. (2019). Informal sector taxes and equity: Evidence from presumptive taxation in Zimbabwe.Development Policy Review, 37, 47–66.
  11. Dambala G and Dikgang J (2019).Collective action and heterogeneous welfare effects: Evidence from Ethiopian village. World Development Perspectives, 16(1), pp 1 – 11.
  12. Dladla P and Malikane C. (2019). Stock return predictability: Evidence from a structural model.International review of economics and finance, 59, 412-424.
  13. Garzarelli G, Lewin P and Tulloh B. (2019). Cyclical fluctuations and the structure of production. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 43, 717-732.
  14. Garzarelli G. and Infantino L. (2019). “An Introduction to Expert Failure: Lessons in Socioeconomic Epistemics from a Deeply Embedded Method of Analysis,Cosmos+Taxis 7(1+2): 2-7. Invited contribution.
  15. Galli, Emma and Garzarelli G (2019). "Populism as composite ideology,". Turkish Policy Quarterly. 18(3), 94-99.
  16. Garzarelli G. (2019)The Roots of the symposium of the Legacy of Ludwig M. Lachmann”, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 37(B), pp 3-8.
  17. Fransman, M., Garzarelli, , Lewin, P., Runde, J. and Torr, C. (2019). "Reminiscences of Ludwig M. Lachmann", Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 37(B), pp. 83-92
  18. Garzarelli G and Limam R. (2019). Physical capital, total factor productivity, and economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences. 22(1): pp1-10.
  19. Limam Y R, Miller MS and Garzarelli G (2019), "Output Growth Decomposition in the Presence of Input Quality Effects: A Stochastic Frontier Approach," German Economic Review 20 (4): 383-510.
  20. Joseph B. Ajefu. (2019). Measuring the casual effect of women’s schooling on contraceptive use in Nigeria. Review of economics of the Household,17(3), 843-860.
  21. Wapenaar K and Kollamparambil U. (2019). Piped water access, child health and the complementary role of education: panel data evidence from South Africa. The Journal of Development Studies, 55(6), 1182-1200.
  22. Anakpo G and Kollamparambil U. (2019). Teen motherhood and women’s later life outcomes: evidence from South Africa.African Population Studies, 33(1), 4816-4833.
  23. Kollamparambil U. (2019). Immigration, Internal Migration and Crime in South Africa: A multi-level model analysis, forthcoming Development Policy Review, 37, Pages 672–691.
  24. Kollamparambil U and Etinzock MN (2019).Subjective well-being impact of old age pension in South Africa: A difference in difference analysis across the gender divide. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences. 22(1), pp 1-12.
  25. Mahonye N and Zengeni T. (2019). Exchange rate impact on output and inflation: A historical perspective from Zimbabwe.African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, 11(3), 347-358.
  26. Mbeki N. (2019). Collective counterveilence as a deterrent to entry: A reconsideration of the factors limiting competition in post-Apartheid South Africa.International review of applied economics, 33(1), 134-149.
  27. Lemma T, Freedman M, Mlilo M and Park J. (2019). Corporate carbon risk, voluntary disclosure, and cost of capital: South African evidence.Business Strategy and the Environment, 28, 111-126.
  28. Lemma TT., Lulseged A., Mlilo M. and Negash M. (2019) Political instability, political rights and earnings management: some international evidence. Accounting Research Journal, Vol. 33(1), pp 57-74.
  29. Buthelezi, T, Mtani, T, and Mncube, L (2019). The extent of market concentration in South Africa’s product markets. Journal of Antitrust Enforcement, Vol. 7(3), pp 352–364.
  30. Nkiwane P and Chipeta C. (2019). The performance of cross-border acquisitions targeting African firms.Emerging Markets Review, 39, 68-82.
  31. Ntlhola M, Kwenda P and Ntuli M. (2019). A distributional analysis of union-wage effects in South Africa: Evidence from panel data. Development Southern Africa, 36(3), 309-328.
  32. Page D and Auret C. (2019). Can non-momentum factor premiums explain the momentum anomaly on the JSE? An in-depth portfolio attribution analysis.Investment Analysts Journal, 48(1), 1-17.
  33. Page D and Auret C. (2019). A panel-data analysis of the explanatory power of factor premiums on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). Investment Analysts Journal. Vol. 48(2), 102-113.
  34. Padayachee V. (2019). Can progressive macroeconomic policy address growth and employment while reducing inequality in South Africa? Economic and Labour Relations Review, 30(1), 3-21.
  35. Michie J and Padayachee V. (2019). South African business in the transition to democracy.International review of applied economics, 33(1), 1-10.
  36. Padayachee V and Rossouw J. (2019). “Volkskapitalisme" in the transition to democracy and beyond.International review of applied economics, 33(1), 150-162.
  37. Anner M, Pons-Vignon N and Rani U. (2019). For a Future of Work with Dignity: A Critique of the World Bank Development Report, The Changing Nature of Work.Global Labour Journal, 10(1), 2-19.
  38. Hall, K. and Posel, D. (2019) "Fragmenting the family? The complexity of household migration strategies in post-apartheid South Africa". IZA Journal of Development and Migration 10(4), 1-20.
  39. Posel, D. and Casale, D.  (2019).Gender and the economy in post-apartheid South Africa: Changes and challenges, Agenda, 33(4): pp1 – 8.
  40. Posel D and Rogan M. (2019). Inequality, social comparisons and income aspirations: Evidence from a highly unequal country.Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, 20(1), 94-111.
  41. Adefabi RA and Rasaki MG. (2019). External shocks and economic growth in Nigeria. Acta Universitatis Danubius, 4(7), 680-692.
  42. Richard N. Langlois. (2019). Hunting the Big Five: Twenty-First Century Antitrust in Historical Perspective. A Journal of Political Economy, 23(3), 1-36.
  43. Francis D, Roberts G and Valodia I. (2019). South African manufacturing firms in transition. International review of applied economics, 33(1), 71-92.
  44. Romm A, Schӧer V and Kika J. (2019). A test taker’s gamble: The effect of average grade to date on guessing behaviour in a multiple choice test with a negative marking rule.South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 22(1), 1-12.
  45. Rossouw J and Styan J. (2019). Steinhoff collapse: a failure of corporate governance. International review of applied economics, 33(1), 163-170.
  46. Rossouw J, Mondi L and Padayachee V. (2019). Inflation targeting in context of 'nationalisation' debate.New Agenda, 72, 19-23.      
  47. Rossouw J and Weyer L. (2019). The South African government vehicle fleet must be local. Southern African Business Review, 23, 1-27.
  48. Vermuelen C, Joubert F, Rossouw J. (2019). Suid-afrikaanse aandelemarkontwikkeling: die impak van globalisme en nasionalisme. South African Journal for Science and Technology. Vol. 38(1), 1- 11.
  49. Sayed A. and Auret CJ. (2019). Volatility transmission in maize futures markets of major exporters, Investment Analysts Journal, Vol. 48(3): pp 173-187.
  50. Torr C. (2019) Lachmann, Keynes, and Subjectivism, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 37(B), pp 69-81
  51. Shuai Shi, Pain K, Wall R. (2019).Exploring the significance of domestic investment for foreign direct investment in China: A city-network approach. Urban Studies.Vol. 56(12), 2447–2464.
  52. Wall R, Grafakos S, Gianoli A and Stavropoulos. (2019) Which policy instruments attract foreign direct investments in renewable energy?Climate Policy, 19(1), 59-75.
2018
  1. Stavropoulos S, Wall R and Xu Y. (2018). Environmental regulations and industrial competitiveness: Evidence from China. Applied Economics , 50(12), 1378-1394.
  2. Padayachee V and Sender J. (2018). Vella Pillay: Revolutionary Activism and Economic Policy Analysis. Journal of Southern African Studies, 44(1), 149-165.
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