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2024

SEF 2024 Journal Articles (In-print)

  1.  Adetutu, MO. and Rasciute, S. (2024). Pollution, severe health conditions, and extreme right-wing ideology: A tale of three contemporary challenges. Economics Letters. Vol 237. 
  1.  Alovokpinhou, SA. and Malikane, C. (2024). The effect of output and the real exchange rate on equity price dynamics. The North American Journal of Economics and Finance. Vol. 72. 
  1.  Alovokpinhou, SA.; Dladla, P. and Malikane, C. (2024). Financial accelerator, household portfolio, stock prices, and monetary policy shocks. Applied Economics Letters. Vol 31(1), pp. 31 – 39. 
  1.  Badaoui, E.; Bargain, O.; Kwenda-Magejo, P.; Strobl, E. and Walsh, F. (2024). Informality, self-employment and heterogeneous managerial ability: A model for developing countries. Journal of International Development. Vol 36 (2), pp. 1293 - 1323 
  1.  Caglayan, M. and Machokoto, M. (2024). The sensitivity of investment to internal and external funds: New emerging market evidence. Research in International Business and Finance. Vol 67. 
  1.  Casale, D. and Oyenubi, A. (2024). Measuring the gender wealth gap in South Africa using individual-level data. South African Journal of Economics, 92(1), 80–92. 
  1.  Desmond, C.; Watt, K.; Naicker, S.; Behrman, J. and Richter, L. (2024). Girls' schooling is important but insufficient to promote equality for boys and girls in childhood and across the life course. Development Policy Review. Vol. 42 (1). 
  1.  Desmond, C.; Watt, K.; Rudgard, WE.; Sherr, L.; Cluver, L. (2024). Whole of government approaches to accelerate adolescent success: efficiency and financing considerations. Health Policy and Planning. Vol. 39 (2), pp. 168 – 177. 
  1.  Erzse, A.; Desmond, C.; Hofman, K.; Barker, M. and Christofides, NJ. (2024). Addressing unmet social needs for improved maternal and child nutrition: Qualitative insights from community-based organisations in urban South Africa. Global Public Health, Vol 19 (1). 
  1.  Oyenubi, A. and Mosomi, J. (2024). Utility of inequality sensitive measures of the gender wage gap: Evidence from South Africa. Economic Analysis and Policy. Vol 81, pp. 576 -590. 
  1.  Machokoto, M. (2024). The impact of cultural orientation towards secrecy on innovation. Economics Letters. Vol 234. 
  1.  Machokoto, M. and Omotilewa OJ. (2024). The impact of borrowing concentration on innovation: When is one not just enough? Economics Letters. Vol 236.  
  1.  Naidu, D. (2024). The relationship between implied volatility and equity returns in South Africa. Afro-Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting. Vol. 14 (1), pp. 83 – 99. 
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2024). Household stock market participation in South Africa: the role of financial literacy and social interactions. Review of Behavioral Finance. Vol. 16(1), pp. 186-201 
  1.  Oyenubi, A. (2024). Analysis of the labour market impacts of the coronavirus pandemic: Evidence from Zambia. Development Southern Africa. Vol 41(1). 
  1.  Posel, D.; Kutela, D.; Casale, D.; and Oyenubi, A. (2024). Sorting the gender earnings gap: Heterogeneity in the South Africa labour market. Feminist Economics. Vol 30(1), pp. 106 – 133. 
  1.  Smith A, Leach G, Rossouw L. (2024). The timing of antenatal care access for adolescent pregnancies in Cape Town, South Africa. African. Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine. Vol 16(1) 
  1.  Koch, SF.; Nkuna, B. and Ye, Y. (2024). Income elasticity of residential electricity consumption in rural South Africa. Energy Economics. Vol 131 

 

SEF 2024 Journal Articles (Online) 

  1.  Adetutu, MO.; Odusanya, KA.; Rasciute, S. and Stathopoulou, E. (2024). Online. Pollution risk and life insurance decisions: Microgeographic evidence from the United Kingdom. Risk Analysis 
  1.  Alovokpinhou, SA.; Dladla P. and Malikane, C. (2024). Online. International Evidence on the Interest Rate Effect in Dynamic IS Curves. Emerging Markets Finance and Trade.   
  1.  Rajendran, H.; Kayal, P. and Maiti, M. (2024). Online. Harnessing Machine Learning for Predicting Cryptocurrency Returns. Global Business Review.  
  1.  Malikane, C. (2024). Online. Inflation dynamics: A traditional perspective. Oxford Economic Papers. 

 

SEF 2024 Journal Articles (Accepted) 

  1.  Fasanya, IO. (2024). Accepted. Dynamics of extreme spillovers across European sustainability markets. Eurasian Economic Review. 
  1.  Krishnanjaykrishnan, J.; Bhattacharjee, B.; Pratap, M.; Yadav, J.K. and Maiti, M. (2024). Accepted. Survival strategies for family-run homestays: Analyzing user reviews through text mining. Data Science and Management. 
  1.  Maiti, M. and Kayal, P. (2024). Accepted. Exploring Innovative Techniques for Damage Control During Natural Disasters. Journal of Safety Science and Resilience.  

 

SEF 2024 Book Chapters 

  1.  Simbanegavi, W. and Gwatidzo, T. (2024). Realizing the promise of the AfCFTA The role of industrial and competition policies. Chapter 12. In: Zeufack, AG.; Tchana Tchana, F. and Sanoh, A. (eds.) Making the African Continental Free Trade Agreement a Success. Routledge. ISBN 9781003456568. 

 

 

 

 

 

2023

SEF 2023 Journal Articles (In-print)

  1. Anakpo, G. and Kollamparambil, U. (2023). Family structure and household well-being: Evidence from South Africa. Development Southern Africa. Vol 40 (1), pp. 57-75.
  1. Benhura, M. and Magejo, P. (2023). Analysis of depressive symptoms between formal and informal workers in South Africa during COVID-19 crisis. Development Southern Africa. Vol 40 (5), pp. 928-943.
  1. Bonanno, G.; Fiorino, N.; Garzarelli, G. and Rossi, SPS. (2023). Public subsidies for credit support, democracy and European female-led SMEs. Journal of Economic Studies Vol 50 (8), pp. 1908-1925.
  1. Bhorat, H.; Kimani, ME., Lappeman J. and Egan, P. (2023). Characterisation, definition, and measurement issues of the middle class in Sub-Saharan Africa. Development Southern Africa. Vol 40 (1), pp. 39-56.
  1. Dada, MA; Oyewole, OJ and Fasanya, IO. (2023). Output and price volatility spillovers among ECOWAS members: The role of global and regional uncertainties. Scientific African. Vol 19, pp. 1-14.
  1. De Giovanni, L.; D’Urso, P.; Fiorino, N.; Galli, E.; Garzarelli G. and Pacifico, A. (2023). The local press as an external public governance power. Applied Economics. Vol 55 (53), pp. 6327-6344.
  1. Dobreva, R. and Posel, D. (2023). Your health at present: Are patterns of reporting heterogeneity in self-rated health gendered? Applied Research in the Quality of Life Vol 18, pp. 2197-2226.
  1. Fasanya, IO.; Periola, O. and Adetokunbo, A. (2023). On the effects of Covid-19 pandemic on stock prices: an imminent global threat. Quality and Quantity. Vol 57, pp. 2231-2248.
  1. Fasanya, IO.; Adekoya, O. and Sonola, R. (2023). Forecasting stock prices with commodity prices: New evidence from Feasible Quasi Generalized Least Squares with non-linearities Economic Systems. Economic Systems. Vol 47 (2), pp. 1-17.
  1. Fasanya, IO.; Oyewole, OJ. and Dauda, M. (2023). Uncertainty due to infectious diseases and bitcoin-gold nexus: Evidence from a non-parametric causality-in-quantiles approach. Resources Policy. Vol 82, pp. 1-12.
  1. Fasanya, IO.; Adekoya, OB.; and Ajayi, FO. (2023). Oil price shocks and sectoral stocks in Nigeria: how relevant are asymmetry and structural breaks? International Journal of Energy Sector Management. 17 No. 3, pp. 595-616.
  1. Fasanya, IO. and Oyewole, O. (2023). Dynamic spillovers between precious metals and travel & tourism stocks in South-East Asia: do infectious disease outbreaks matter?. Economic Research-Ekonomska Istraživanja. Vol 36 (1), pp. 1-20.
  1. Fasanya, IO. (2023). Pandemic uncertainty and sectoral stock returns predictability in South Africa. African Journal of Economic and Management Studies. Vol 14 (1), pp. 53-69.
  1. Fasanya, IO. and Oyewole, OJ (2023). On the connection between International REITs and Oil markets: The role of economic policy uncertainty. Resources Policy. Vol 81, pp. 1-15. 
  1. Fleisch B. and Schöer V. (2023). Storybooks in hand: RCT of a Classroom Library model. International Journal of Educational Development. Vol 96, pp. 1-9.
  1. Gondwe, S.; Gwatidzo, T. and Mahonye, N. (2023). Impact of capital regulation on interest rate pass through in Sub-Saharan Africa. South African Journal of Economics. Vol 91 (3), pp. 271-415.
  1. Gondwe, S., Gwatidzo, T. and Mahonye, N. (2023). Bank regulation and risk-taking in sub-Sahara Africa. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance. 31 (2) pp. 149-169.
  1. Kadzima, M. and Machokoto, M. (2023). A semi-parametric analysis of the cash flow sensitivity of cash. Finance Research Letters. Vol 56, pp. 1-7.
  1. Kollamparambil, U. and Ndlovu, M. (2023). Assessing the Income and Subjective Wellbeing Relationship across Sub-National Developmental Contexts. Journal of Happiness Studies. Vol 24, pp. 769-790.
  1. Kollamparambil, U.; Oyenubi, A. and Nwosu, C. (2023). Mental Distress, COVID19 Vaccine Distrust and Vaccine Hesitancy in South Africa: A Causal Mediation Regression analysis. Vol 18 (3), pp. 1-14.
  1. Kutela, D.; Kollamparabil, U. and Jeuland, M. (2023). The causal effect of income on household energy transition: Evidence from old age pension eligibility in South Africa, Energy Economics. Vol 119, pp. 1-13.
  1. Lemma, TT.; Gwatidzo, T.; Mlilo, M. (2023). Gender differences in business performance: evidence from Kenya and South Africa. Small Business Economics. Vol 60, pp. 591-614.
  1. Machokoto, M.; Lemma, TT.; Dsouli, O.; Fakoussa, R. and Eghosa Igudia. (2023). Online. Coupling men-to-women: Promoting innovation in emerging markets. International Journal of Finance.
  1. Machokoto, M. and Nyantakyi, EB. (2023). Are women-owned enterprises better for employees? Economics Letters. Vol 232, pp. 1-4.
  1. Machokoto, M.; Bayai, I. and Kadzima, M. (2023). The nonlinear impact of debt on employment: Does institutional quality matter? Finance Research Letters. Vol 57, pp. 1-9.
  1. Magejo, P.; Benhura M. and (2023). Exploring unemployment differentials between former and non-former homeland areas in South Africa: A decomposition approach. Development Southern Africa. Vol 40 (1), pp. 166-190.
  1. Malikane, C. (2023). A Traditional Nominal Wage Phillips Curve: Theory and Evidence. Economic Record. Vol 99(324) pp. 108-121.
  1. Mapela, L. and Chipeta, C. (2023). Managerial confidence and capital structure announcement effects on share prices on the Johannesburg Share Exchange. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences. Vol 26(1), pp. 1-9.
  1. May, C. and Ngandu, T. (2023). Central bank policy rate announcements and high-frequency intra-day benchmark stock returns reaction dynamics: Evidence from South Africa. Investment Analysts Journal. Vol 52 (1), pp. 19-39.
  1. Mncube, L. and Ratshisusu, H. (2023). Competition policy and black empowerment: South Africa’s path to inclusion, Journal of Antitrust Enforcement. Vol 11(1), pp. 74–90.
  1. Mubenga-Tshitaka, J.; Dikgang, J.; Mwamba, JWM and Kutela, D. (2023). Climate variability impacts on agricultural output in East Africa. Cogent Economics & Finance. Vol 11, pp. 1-25.
  1. Mubenga-Tshitaka, J.; Mwamba, JWM.; Dikgang, J.; and Kutela, D. (2023). Risk spillover between climate variables and the agricultural commodity market in East Africa. Climate Risk Management. Vol 42, pp. 1-21.
  1. Mulungu, K.; Kimani, ME. and Sarr, M. (2023). Do farmers’ risk preferences remain stable in the face of climatic shocks? Evidence from smallholder farmers in Zambia. Applied Economics. Vol 24 (1), pp. 1784-1800.
  1. Naape, B. (2023). Tax Knowledge, Tax  Complexity  and  Tax  Compliance  in  South  Finance, Accounting and Business Analysis. Vol 5 (1), pp. 14-27.
  1. Naape, B. (2023). A descriptive analysis of barriers to entry in South African markets. Economics, Management and Sustainability. Vol 8 (1), pp. 34-41.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Higher moment connectedness of cryptocurrencies: a time-frequency approach. Journal of Economics and Finance. Vol 47, pp. 793-814.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Quantile and asymmetric return connectedness among BRICS stock markets. Journal of Economic Asymmetries. Vol 27, pp. 1-13.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Beyond the hype: examining the relationship between Wikipedia attention and realised skewness for crypto assets. Risk Management. Vol 25 (19), pp. 1-12.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Stock market integration in Africa: Further evidence from an information-theoretic framework. International Finance, Vol. 26 (1), pp. 1-18.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Corporate governance in a weak legal environment: a systematic review focusing on Zimbabwe. Qualitative Research in Financial Markets. Vol 15(2), pp. 319-335.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K., and Seetharam, Y. (2023). The evolution of studies on social media sentiment in the stock market: Insights from bibliometric analysis. Scientific African. Vol 20, pp. 1-11.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Cross-country categorical economic policy uncertainty spillovers: evidence from a conditional connectedness TVP-VAR framework. Journal of Financial Economic Policy. Vol. 15(2), pp. 164-181.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Does online investor sentiment explain analyst recommendation changes? Evidence from an emerging market. Managerial Finance. Vol 49(1), pp. 871-204.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Investor reaction to ESG news sentiment: evidence from South Africa. Vol 24(1), pp. 68-85.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Sectoral integration on an emerging stockmarket: a multi-scale approach. Journal of Economic Interaction and Coordination Vol 18, 759–778.
  1. Oyenubi, A. (2023). Analysis of the labour market impacts of the coronavirus pandemic: Evidence from Zambia. Development Southern Africa. Vol 41 (1), pp. 183-206.
  1. Oyenubi, A. and Kollamparambil, U. (2023). Does noncompliance with COVID-19 regulations impact the depressive symptoms of others? Economic Modelling, Vol 120, pp. 1-10.
  1. Page, D.; McClelland, D. and Auret, C. (2023). Pure quantile portfolios on the Johannesburg stock exchange. Cogent Economics and Finance. Vol 11 (2), pp. 1-15.
  1. Posel, D.; Hall, K. and Goagoses, L. (2023). Going beyond female headed households: Household composition and gender differences in poverty. Development Southern Africa. Vol 40 (5), pp. 1117-1134.
  1. Posel, D. and Oyenubi, A. (2023). Heterogeneous gender gaps in mental wellbeing: Do women with low economic status face the biggest gender gaps? Social Science and Medicine. Vol 332, pp. 1-9.
  1. Raheem, ID; Akinkugbe, O.; Yusuf, AH and Asl, MG. (2023). Hedging strategies among financial markets: the case of green and brown assets. Empirical Economics. Vol 65, pp. 831-873.
  1. Sayed, A. and Auret, C. (2023). Speculative ratios and returns volatility in the South African white maize futures market. Cogent Economics & Finance, Vol 11(1), pp. 1-21.
  1. Solanki, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2023). Is consumer confidence an indicator of JSE performance? Contemporary Economics. Vol 8 (3), pp. 257-274.
  1. Ye, Y. and Koch, S. (2023). Towards accessibility or affordability? Multidimensional energy poverty across the South African urban – rural divide. Energy Research and Social Science. Vol 97, pp. 1-11.

SEF 2023 Journal Articles (Online)

  1. Fasanya, IO. and Oyewole, O. (2023). Quantile dependencies across BRICS currency markets in time of crisis: Analysis of the Russia-Ukraine war. Investment Analysts Journal.
  1. Fasanya, IO. and Mubaiwa, D. (2023.) Accepted. Quantile Dependencies between Exchange Rate Volatility and Sectoral Stock Returns. South Africa Investment Analysts Journal.
  1. Page, D.; Seetharam, Y. and Auret, C. (2023). Online. Machine learning and manager selection: evidence from South Africa. International Journal of Emerging Markets.

 

2022

SEF 2022 Journal Articles (In-print)

  1. Adeniran, A. and Akinkugbe, O. (2022). An Investigation of the Delayed Stabilization Hypothesis with Experimental Data. International Journal of Public Policy, Vol 16 (2), pp 204 – 226.
  1. Anakpo, G. and Oyenubi, A. (2022). Technological innovation and Economic growth in Southern Africa: application of panel dynamic OLS regression. Development Southern Africa. Vol 39(4), pp 543 – 557.
  1. Alovokpinhou, SA; Malikane, C. and Mokoka, T. (2022). Inventory dynamics and endogenous persistence in a new Keynesian model. Applied Economics. Vol 54(17), pp. 1957 –
  1. Booysen, F.; Botha, F. and Guvuriro, S. (2022). Intermarriage on Subjective Social Status and Spousal Dissimilarity in Life Satisfaction of Co-resident Heterosexual South African Couples. Journal of Happiness Studies. Vol 23, pp 2635 – 2662.
  1. Bell, F. and van Vuuren, G. (2022). Environmental, social and governance-efficient frontiers in an emerging market milieu. Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, Vol 15(1).
  1. Britten, J.; Page, D. and McClelland, D. (2022). Quality as an Investment Style: Evidence from SA. African Finance Journal. Vol 24(1), pp 24 – 36.
  1. Capazario, B. and Kollamparambil, U. (2022). Mental and Physical Health Effect of Rural-Urban Migration in South Africa: A Quasi-Experimental Impact Evaluation Study. Journal of Development Studies. Vol 58(9), pp 1732 – 1749.
  1. Cohen, ZE. and Romm, AT. (2022). The nature of inconsistencies in two measures of risk preferences in a sample of young African South Africans. Cogent Economics & Finance. Vol 10 (1).
  1. Andreoni, A.; Creamer, K.; Mazzucato, M. and Steyn, G. (2022). How can South Africa advance a new energy paradigm? A mission-oriented approach to megaprojects. Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol 38(2), pp. 237 – 259.
  1. Murwirapachena, G., and Dikgang, J. (2022). The effects of presentation formats in choice experiments. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies Vol 24(3), 421 – 445.
  1. Nithammer, CM, Mahabir, J, and Dikgang, J. (2022). Efficiency of South African water utilities: a double bootstrap DEA analysis. Applied Economics, Vol 54 (26), pp. 3055 –
  1. Dladla, P. and Malikane C. (2022). Inflation dynamics in an emerging market: The case of South Africa Author links open overlay panel. Economic Analysis and Policy, Vol 73, pp. 262 – 271.
  1. Fasanya, IO. (2022). Investors Sentiments and the dynamic connectedness between Cryptocurrency and Precious Metals markets. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. Vol 86, pp. 347 – 364.
  1. Fasanya, IO. and Adekoya, OB. (2022). Macroeconomic risk factors and REITs returns predictability in African markets: Evidence from a new approach. Scientific African. Vol 17.
  1. Fasanya, IO.; Oyewole, OJ. and Oliyide, JA. (2022). Investors' sentiments and the dynamic connectedness between cryptocurrency and precious metals markets. Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance. Vol 86, pp 347 – 364.
  1. Fasanya, IO.; Oyewole, OJ. and Raheem, ID. (2022). Oil Prices and Exchange Rate Dynamics: How Important Is the Role of Asymmetry and Structural Breaks? Journal of African Business, Vol 23(3), pp 638 –
  1. Fasanya, IO.; Adekoya, OB. and Oliyide, JA. (2022). Economic uncertainty of pandemic and international airlines behaviour. PLoS ONE, Vol 17(5).
  1. Fasanya, IO.; and Akinwale, OA. (2022). Exchange Rate Shocks and Sectoral Stock Returns in Nigeria: Do Asymmetry and Structural Breaks Matter? Cogent Economics & Finance, Vol 10(1).
  1. Adekoya, OB.; Oliyide, JA. and Fasanya, IO. (2022). Renewable and non-renewable energy consumption e Ecological footprint nexus in net-oil exporting and net-oil importing countries: Policy implications for a sustainable environment. Renewable Energy, Vol 189, pp. 524 – 534.
  1. Raheem, ID.; Fasanya, IO. and Yusuf, AH. (2022). Economic Policy Uncertainty and the Co-Movement between REITs and Exchange Rate. Review of Economic Analysis, Vol 14(1), pp 121 – 141.
  1. Garzarelli, G.; Keeton, L. and Sitoe, A. (2022). Rights redistribution and COVID-19 lockdown policy. European Journal of Law and Economics. Vol 54, pp 5 – 36.
  1. Alam, GM.; Sarker, MNI.; Gatto, M.; Bhandari, H. and Naziri, D. (2022). Impacts of COVID-19 on the Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector in Developing Countries and Ways Forward. Sustainability, Vol 14(3).
  1. Ramírez, DA.; Silva-Díaz, C.; Ninanya, J.; Carbajal, M.; Rinza, J.; Kakraliya, SK.; Gatto, M.; Kreuze, J. (2022). Potato Zero-Tillage and Mulching Is Promising in Achieving Agronomic Gain in Asia. Agronomy. Vol 12, pp 1-15.
  1. Nwosu, CO.; Kollamparambil, U. and Oyenubi, A. (2022). Food insecurity and health outcomes during the coronavirus pandemic in South Africa: A longitudinal study. Health Economics Review. Vol 12(1).
  1. Nwosu, C.; Kollamparambil, U. and Oyenubi, A. (2022). Socioeconomic inequalities in ability to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic. The Economic and Labour Relations Review. Vol 33 (2), pp 290 – 307.
  1. Kutela, D. (2022). Rainfall variability and alternative technology adoption:evidence from Ethiopia.Agrekon. Vol 61(3), pp 314 – 323.
  1. Kutela, D. and Dikgang, J. (2022). Implications of COVID-19 labour market shock for child and household hungers in South Africa: Do social protection programs protect? PLOS One. Vol 17(7).
  1. Machokoto, M.; Mahonye, N. and Makate, M. (2022). Short-term financing sources in Africa: Substitutes or complements? Research in International Business and Finance. Vol 60.
  1. Igudia, E.; Ackrill, R. and Machokoto, M. (2022). Institutional incongruence, the everyday, and the persistence of street vending in Lagos: a demand-side perspective. EPA: Economy and Space. Vol 54 (6), pp 1256 – 1276.
  1. Mbatha, MV and Alovokpinhou, SA. (2022). The structure of the South African stock market network during COVID-19 hard lockdown. Physica A. Vol, 590.
  1. Mncube, L.; Federico, G. and Motta, M. (2022). The Assessment of Exclusive Contracts: The Competition Case against Computicket in South Africa. Review of Industrial Organization Vol, 60, pp 403 – 429.
  1. Mncube, L. and Ross, T.W. Competition Policy in Africa. Review of Industrial Organization, Vol 60, pp 293 – 295.
  1. Naape, B. (2022). The Interplay between Economic Freedom and Tax Revenue Performance: Panel Evidence from SADC. Journal of Economics, Business, and Accountancy Ventura, 24 (2), pp. 195 – 204.
  1. Naape, B. and Qeqe, B. (2022). How Does Financial Market Stress Respond to Shocks in Global Economic Activity and Exchange Rate Stability? A Structural VAR Approach. Eurasian Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 10(1), pp. 25 –
  1. Naidu, D.; Charteris, A and Moores-Pitt, P. (2022). The impact of foreign ownership on the performance of Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed firms: A blessing or a curse? South African Journal of Economics, 90(1), pp. 75 – 92.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2022). Can a 280-character message explain stock returns? Evidence from South Africa. Managerial Finance. Vol 48(4), pp. 663 – 686.
  1. Oyenubi, A.; Kim, AW. and Kollamparambil, U. (2022). COVID-19 risk perceptions and depressive symptoms in South Africa: Causal evidence in a longitudinal and nationally representative sample. Journal of Affective Disorders, Vol 308, pp. 616 – 622.
  1. Oyenubi, A. and Kollamparambil, U. (2022). Does the Child Support Grant incentivise childbirth in South Africa? Economic Analysis and Policy. Vol 73, pp 812 – 825.
  1. Page, D.; McClelland, D. and Auret, C. (2022). Style rotation on the JSE. Finance Research Letters. Vol 46.
  1. Burger, R.; Christian, C.; English, R.; Maughan-Brown, B. and Rossouw, L. (2022). Predictors of mask-wearing during the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from South Africa. Translational Behavioral Medicine, Vol. 12(1), pp. 167 ­–
  1. Vlok, L.; Rossouw, L. and Henning, F. (2022). Modification of the ALSFRS-R for utilisation in individuals not using non-invasive ventilation. Respiratory Care. Vol 67(5), pp 553 – 561.
  1. Seetharam, Y. (2022). Investigating the low-risk anomaly in South Africa. Review of Behavioral Finance. 14(2), pp. 277 – 295.
  1. Gómez, L.; Oinas,P. and Wall RS.(2022). Undercurrents in the world economy: Evolving global investment flows in the South. The World Economy. Vol 45(6), pp 1830 – 1855.
  1. Zenelabden, N. and Dikgang, J. (2022). Satisfaction with water services delivery in South Africa: the effects of social comparison. World Development. Vol 157.

SEF 2022 Journal Articles (Online)

  1. Cassim, A and Casale, D. (2022). Online. Identifying the Wage Differential in the Temporary Employment Services Sector: Evidence for South Africa using Administrative Tax Records. The Journal of Development Studies.
  1. Fasanya, IO. (2022). Online. Pandemic uncertainty and sectoral stock returns predictability in South Africa. African Journal of Economic and Management Studies.
  1. Fasanya, IO.; O and Adetokunbo, A. (2022). Online. On the effects of Covid-19 pandemic on Stock Prices: An imminent Global threat. Quality & Quantity.
  1. Fasanya, IO.; Adekoya, OB.; and Ajayi, FO. (2022). Online. Oil price shocks and sectoral stocks in Nigeria: how relevant are asymmetry and structural breaks? International Journal of Energy Sector Management.
  1. Gondwe, S.; Gwatidzo, T. and Mahonye, N. (2022). Online. Bank regulation and risk-taking in sub-Sahara Africa. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance.
  1. Corkery, A.; Isaacs, G. and Osborne, C. (2022). Online. Pushing Boundaries: Building a Community of Practice at the Intersection of Human Rights and Economics. Nordic Journal of Human Rights.
  1. Kaluba, M. and Seetharam, Y. (2022). Online. Can market state and market volatility explain time-varying momentum profits in South Africa? International Journal of Emerging Markets.
  1. Kouassi, E.; Tchankam, JP.; Akinkugbe, O. and Brou Bosson, JM. (2022). Online. Is the intergenerational transmission of poverty afallacy? Evidence from Botswana survey data. International Journal of Development.
  1. Kremer, E. and Tinel, B. (2022). Online. Contingent convertible bonds and macroeconomic stability in a stock-flow consistent model.
  1. Kutela, D. and Turpie, J. (2022). Online. The effect of forest land use on the cost of drinking water supply: machine learning evidence from South African data. Journal of Environmental Economics and Policy.
  1. Lemma, TT.; Gwatidzo, T.; Mlilo, M. (2022). Online. Gender differences in business performance: evidence from Kenya and South Africa. Small Business Economics.
  1. Machokoto, M.; Gyimahc, D. and Ibrahim, BM. (2022). Online. The evolution of trade credit: New evidence from developed versus developing countries. Review of Quantitative Finance and Accounting.
  1. Chikadzi, V.; Chanakira, P. and Mbululu, D. (2022). Online. Ex‑offenders’ Appraisal of Offender Reintegration Programmes in South Africa: A Human Rights Perspective. Journal of Human Rights and Social Work.
  1. Oyenubi, A., Nwosu, CO. and Kollamparambil, U. (2022). Online. Health indicators and poor health dynamics during COVID-19 pandemic. Current Psychology.
  1. Oyenubi, A. and Kollamparambil, U. (2022). Online. Does socioeconomic status mediate the relationship between income loss and depression scores? Evidence from South Africa. Current Psychology.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2022). Online. Does online investor sentiment explain analyst recommendation changes? Evidence from an emerging market. Managerial Finance.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2022). Household stock market participation in South Africa: the role of financial literacy and social interactions. Review of Behavioral Finance.
  1. Nyakurukwa, K. and Seetharam, Y. (2022). The wisdom of the Twitter crowd in the stock market: Evidence from a fragile state. African Review of Economics and Finance.
  1. Posel, D. (2022). Online. Within-Race Trust and the Trust Radius: Race Differences in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Social Indicators Research.
  1. Posel, D. and Hunter M. (2022). Online. Living alone in the age of freedom: the paradox of solo-households in post-apartheid South Africa. Population, Space and Place.

SEF 2022 Journal Articles (Accepted)

  1. Fasanya, IO and Mkhosi, P. (2022). Accepted. Re-visiting Interest Rate- Exchange Rate Dynamics In South Africa: How Relevant Is Pandemic Uncertainties? Scientific Annals of Economics and Business.
  1. Fasanya, IO. (2022). Accepted. Forecasting stock prices with commodity prices: New evidence from Feasible Quasi Generalized Least Squares with non-linearities Economic Systems. Economic Systems.
  1. Galli, E.; Garzarelli, G. and Marciano, A. (2022). Accepted. Governance as a spectrum of rules: A suggested approach. Munich Social Science Review.
  1. Tunyi, AA.; Yang, J.; Agyei-Boapeah, H. and Machokoto, M. (2022). Accepted. Takeover vulnerability and pre-emptive earnings management. European Accounting Review.
  1. Oyenubi, A. (2022). Accepted. COVID-19 pandemic and polarization of income distribution in South Africa. The Economic and Labour Relations Review.
  1. Peerbhai, F.; Kunjal, D.; Naidu, D.; Singh, C.; Moodley, F. (2022). Accepted. The Relationship between Implied Volatility and Equity Returns in South Africa. Afro-Asian Journal of Finance and Accounting.

SEF 2022 Book Chapters

  1. Creamer, K. (2022). Shaping a new economic growth model for South Africa – the role of a well-managed energy transition. Chapter 00. In: Zaba, N and Fakir, S. (eds.) A Just Transition to a Low Carbon Future in South Africa. Mistra Publications ISBN 9781920690328.
  1. Keeton, L. and Schirmer, S. (2022). Migration and State Formation in Pre-colonial South Africa Why the 19th Century Was Different. Chapter 06. In: de Haas. M and Frankema, E. (eds.) Migration in Africa Shifting Patterns of Mobility from the 19th to the 21st Century, pp 112 – 135. London: Imprint Routledge. ISBN 9781003225027. 
  1. Mncube, L. (2022). Competition Policy and Excessive Market Power. Chapter 07. In Jonas, M; Mills, G and Bhorat, H. (eds). Better Choices for South Africa: Ensuring South Africa’s Future, pp 158 –178. Brenthurst Foundation, PanMacMillan. ISBN 9781770107533.
  1. Mncube, L. and Njisane, Y. (2022). The Pioneer/Pannar Merger, the Maize Seed Value Chain and Globalisation. Chapter 11. In Lianos, I.; Ivanov, A.; and Davis, D. (eds). Global Food Value Chains and Competition Law, pp 240–255. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (Global Competition Law and Economics Policy). ISBN 9781108554947.

SEF 2022 Books

  1. Seetharam, Y. (2022). A Primer on Business Analytics Perspectives from the Financial Services Industry. IAP– Information Age Publishing: Charlotte. ISBN 9781648028199, pp 1-159.
2021
SEF 2021 Journal Articles (In-print)
 
  1. Anakpo, G.; Kollamparambil, U. (2021). Teenage motherhood and child outcome: Evidence from South Africa. South African Journal of Childhood Education (SAJCE), Vol 11(1)
  1. Allias, S.; Schöer, V.; Marock, C.; Kgalema, V.; Ramulongo, N. and Sibiya, A. (2021). Rethinking ‘supply and demand’ of technical and vocational education and training: insights from a company survey in three manufacturing sectors in South Africa. Journal of Education and Work, Vol 34(5-6), pp 649-662.
  1. 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.
  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)
  1. 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
  1. Booysen F.; Guvuriro S.; and Campher C. (2021). Horizontal and vertical individualism and collectivism and preferences for altruism: A social discounting study. Personality and Individual Differences, Personality and Individual Differences, Vol 178.
  1. Booysen, F. and Sevias, G. (2021). Gender Differences in Intra-Household Financial Decision-Making: An Application of Coarsened Exact Matching. Journal of Risk and Financial Management, Vol 14(10)
  1. 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, Vol 36(2), pp 194-212.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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, Vol 57 (10), 1690-1709.
  1. Machokoto, M.; Chipeta, C. and Ibeji, N. (2021). The institutional determinants of peer effects on corporate cash holdings. Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions and Money, Vol 73
  1. Chipeta C.; Aftab, N. and Machokoto M. (2021). The implications of financial conservatism for African firms. Finance Research Letters, Vol 42.
  1. Machokoto, M.; Chipeta, C.; Aftab, N. and Areneke, G. (2021). The financial conservatism of firms in emerging economies. Research in International Business and Finance, Vol 58
  1. Chivandi, A.; Makumbe, H. and Samuel, O. (2021). Causal Relationship Between Financial Sector Development in SMEs & Economic Growth in Southern Africa Region WSEAS Transactions on Business and Economics, Vol 18 (95) pp. 996 - 1018.
  1. Phindile, N. and Dikgang, J. (2021). South African Attitudes about Nuclear Power: The Case of the Nuclear Energy Expansion. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, Vol 11(5), pp 138-146.
  1. Fasanya, I.; Oliyide, JA.; Adekoya, OB. and Agbatogun, T. (2021). How does economic policy uncertainty connect with the dynamic spillovers between precious metals and bitcoin markets? Resources Policy, Vol 72
  1. Fasanya, I.; Fajobi, A. and Adetokunbo, A. (2021). Are Fiscal Deficits Inflationary in Nigeria? New Evidence from Bounds Testing to Cointegration with Structural Breaks. Economic Annals, Vol 66 (228) pp. 123 - 147.
  1. Fasanya, I.; Oyewole, OJ.; Adekoya, OB. and Badaru, FO. (2021). Oil price and stock market behaviour in GCC countries: Do asymmetries and structural breaks matter? Energy Strategy Reviews, Vol 36
  1. Fasanya, I.; Adekoya, OB. and Adetokunbo, AM. (2021). On the connection between oil and global foreign exchange markets: The role of economic policy uncertainty. Resources Policy, Vol 72
  1. 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.
  1. 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)
  1. 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.
  1. Strauss I.; Isaacs, G.; & Rosenberg J. (2021). The effect of shocks to GDP on employment in SADC member states during COVID-19 using a Bayesian hierarchical model. African Development Review, Vol 33(1), pp 221-237
  1. 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.
  1. Kimani, ME.; Sarr, M.; Cuffee, Y.; Chang Liu, MS. and Webster, NS. (2021). Associations of race/ethnicity and food insecurity with covid-19 infection rates across US counties. JAMA Network Open, Vol 4(6).
  1. Kollamparambil U. (2021). Socio Economic Inequality of Wellbeing: A Comparison of Switzerland and South Africa, Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol 22, pp 555 – 574.
  1. Kollamparambil U. and Oyenubi A. (2021). Behavioural response to the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa. PLoS ONE, Vol 16(4).
  1. 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.
  1. 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
  1. Kollamparambil, U.; Oyenubi, A. and Nwosu C. (2021). COVID19 vaccine intentions in South Africa: health communication strategy to address vaccine hesitancy. BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, Vol 21(1).
  1. 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, Vol 45 (2), pp 88-101
  1. Kutela, D. and Turpie, J. (2021). Bayesian analysis of demand for urban green space: A contingent valuation of developing a new urban park. Land Use Policy, Vol 10
  1. Naape B. & Mahonye, N. (2021). Does South Africa’s tax effort fall short of its tax capacity?, Development Southern Africa, Vol 38(5), pp. 750-768
  1. 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).
  1. 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.
  1. Oyenubi, A. and Wittenberg, M. (2021). Does the choice of balance-measure matter under genetic matching? Empirical Economics, Vol 61 (1), pp. 489 - 502.
  1. 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.
  1. Posel, D. (2021). Intra-Household and Inter-Personal Comparisons of Subjective Well-Being: Dorrit Posel. Applied Research in Quality of Life, Vol 16 (6) pp. 2527 - 2529.
  1. Posel D. (2021). Living alone and depression in a developing country context: Longitudinal evidence from South Africa. SSM - Population Health, Vol 14.
  1. 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)
  1. 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.
  1. Posel, D. and Casale, D. (2021). Moving during times of crisis: Migration, living arrangements and COVID-19 in South Africa. Scientific African, Vol 13, pp. 1 - 10.
  1. Roberts, G. and Schöer, V. (2021). Gender-based segregation in education, jobs and earnings in South Africa. World Development Perspectives. Vol 23.
  1. 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).
  1. Rossouw, L. (2021). Socioeconomic status and tobacco consumption: Analyzing inequalities in China, Ghana, India, Mexico, the Russian Federation and South Africa. Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, Vol 7(47).
  1. Rossouw, L.; Burger, RP. and Burger, R. (2021). Testing an Incentive-Based and Community Health Worker Package Intervention to Improve Maternal Health and Nutrition Outcomes: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. Maternal and Child Health Journal, Vol 25 pp. 1913 - 1922.
  1. Burger, R.; Caldwell, J.; Claassens, M.; Mama, K.; Naidoo, P.; Rossouw, L et al (2021). Who is more likely to return for TB test results? A survey at three high-burden primary healthcare facilities in Cape Town. South Africa International Journal of Infectious Diseases, Vol 113, pp. 259 - 267
  1. 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
  1. Scerri, M. (2021). The viability of systems of innovation. Innovation and Development, Vol. 11 (1), pp 135-150
  1. 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.
  1. Padayachee, V. and Rossouw, J. (2021). 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.
  1. Padayachee, V. (2021). Corporations and society. The Economic and Labour Relations Review, Vol 32(4), pp. 614-627
  1. Delius, P. and Schirmer, S. (2021). What can land reform achieve in the 2020s? Historical and comparative reflections on the potential of land redistribution to contribute to transformation and poverty alleviation in South Africa. Transformation, Vol 106, pp. 10 - 34.
SEF 2021 Journal Articles (Online)
  1.  Anakpo G & Kollamparambil, U. (2021). Online. Family structure and household well-being: Evidence from South Africa. Development Southern Africa.
  2. Murwirapachena, G., and Dikgang, J. (2021). Online. “The effects of presentation formats in choice experiments”. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies.
  1. Nithammer, C.M,; Mahabir, J, and Dikgang, J. (2021). Online.Efficiency of South African water utilities: a double bootstrap DEA analysis”. Applied Economics.  
  1. Bhorat, H.; Kimani, ME.; Lappeman, J., and Egan, P. (2021). Online. Characterisation, definition, and measurement issues of the middle class in sub-Saharan Africa. Development Southern Africa, pp 1–18.
  1. Gómez, L.; Oinas,P. and Wall RS. (2021). Online. Undercurrents in the world economy: Evolving global investment flows in the South. The World Economy. 
  1. Mncube, L.; Federico, G. and Motta, M. (2021). Online. “The Assessment of Exclusive Contracts: The Competition Case Against Computicket in South Africa”. Review of Industrial Organization 
  1. Ndlovu, T. (2021). Online. Efficiency, productivity and returns to scale economies in South Africa’s healthcare insurance market. Studies in Economics and Econometrics
  1. Page, D.; McClelland, D. and Auret, C. (2021). Online. Style rotation on the JSE. Finance Research Letters.
  1. Seetharam Y. (2021). Online. Investigating the low-risk anomaly in South Africa. Review of Behavioural Finance.
  1. Kollamparambil U. (2021). Online. Past and Present Subjective Wellbeing: The Role of Contrast and Memory. Applied Research in Quality of Life

SEF 2021 Books and Book Chapters

  1. Casale, D., Posel, D. and Mosomi, J. (2021) Gender and the economy in South Africa. Chapter 34. In: Tregenna, F., Valodia, I. and Oqubay, A. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy, pp 735 – 756. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9781928246367
  1. Creamer, K. (2021). Institutional Analysis of the Prospects of a Social Compact for Growth, Employment, and Equity in South Africa. Chapter 06. In: D. Plaatjies (eds.), Making Institutions Work in South Africa, pp 115 – 128. Cape Town: HSRC Press. ISBN 9781928246367
  1. Creamer, K. (2021). “Constraints on Economic Growth in South Africa”. Chapter 06. In: Tregenna, F., Valodia, I. and Oqubay, A. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy, pp 111 – 134. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780192894199.
  1. Mncube, L and Theron, N. (2021). “Competition Policy in South Africa”. Chapter 25.  In A. Oqubay; F. Tregenna, and I. Valodia. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy, pp 531-552 Oxford: Oxford: University Press. ISBN 9780192894199.
  1. Oyenubi A. (2021). Accepted. Stochastic dominance and portfolio performance under heuristic optimization. Springer: Mathematical and Statistical Methods for Actuarial Sciences and Finance-eMAF2020.
  1. Michie, J. and Padayachee, V. (eds). (2021). Ownership and Governance of Companies: Essays from South Africa and the Global South, pp 1-320 Abingdon: ISBN 9780367760113.
  1. Posel, D. and Hall, K. (2021). The economics of households in South Africa. Chapter 37. In: Tregenna, F., Valodia, I. and Oqubay, A. (eds). The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy, pp 800 – 822. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780192894199.
  1. Schirmer, S. (2021). The Economic History of South Africa Before 1948. Chapter 02. In: Tregenna, F., Valodia, I. and Oqubay, A. (eds) The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy, pp 26 – 46. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780192894199.
  1. Freund, B. Padayachee, V. (2021). The Economic History of South Africa 1948-94. Chapter 03. In: Tregenna, F., Valodia, I. and Oqubay, A. (eds) The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy, pp 47 – 65 Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780192894199.
  1. Wall, RS. and Kollamparambil, U. (2021). Uneven ties! The imposition of inequality through interscalar networks. Chapter 26. In Neal, ZP and Rozenblat, C. (eds.). Handbook of Cities and Networks, pp 557 – 583. UK: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. ISBN: 9781788114707.
2020

SEF 2020 Journal Articles 

  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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. Farrell G. and Kemp E. (2020) “Measuring the financial cycle in South Africa”, South African Journal of Economics, Vol 88(2), pp 123-144
  1. Isaacs G. (2020) Online “Human Rights Impact Assessments and the Politics of Evidence in Economic Policymaking”, The International Journal of Human Rights
  1. 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.
  1. Kollamparambil, U. (2020) “Happiness, Happiness Inequality and Income Dynamics in South AfricaJournal of Happiness Studies, Vol 21(1), pp 201–222.
  1. Morudu P, Kollamparambil U (2020) Health shocks, medical insurance and household vulnerability: Evidence from South Africa”, PLoS ONE, Vol 1​5(2), pp1-17
  1. 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
  1. Kollamparambil U. (2020) Online "Socio-economic inequality of wellbeing: A Comparison of Switzerland and South Africa”, Journal of Happiness Studies
  1. 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
  1. Kutela D. (2020) Online “Forest commons, vertical integration and smallholder’s saving and investment responses: Evidence from a quasi-experiment”, World Development
  1. 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
  1. Myeni S. Makate M. and Mahonye N. (2020) Online “Does mobile money promote financial inclusion in Eswatini?”, International Journal of Social Economics
  1. 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. 
  1. 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.
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. Mncube L.: Ivaldi M. and Sánchez del Villar M. (2020) Online “Measuring unilateral effects under data scarcity: A merger case in South Africa” Concurrences
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. Oyenubi A. (2020) “A note on covariate balancing propensity score and instrument-like variables”, Economics Bulletin, Vol. 40(1), pp 202-209
  1. 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
  1. Oyenubi A. and Wittenberg M. (2020) Online “Does the choice of balance-measure matter under genetic matching?” Empirical Economics
  1. 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. 
  1. Padayachee, V. (2020) “Extraordinary times: Frank Stilwell and the study of inequality” African Review of Economics and Finance, Vol 12(1), pp 282-292
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. Page D.,  McClelland D. and Auret C. (2020) Online “Idiosyncratic momentum on the JSE” Investment Analysts Journal
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. Posel, D. and Bruce-Brand, J. (2020) Online “‘Only a housewife?’ Subjective well-being and homemaking in South Africa” Journal of Happiness Studies
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. Boachie M. Rossouw L. P and Ross H. (2020) Accepted “The Economic Cost of Smoking in South Africa, 2016” Nicotine & Tobacco Research
  1. Sayed A. and Auret C. (2020) “Volatility transmission in the South African white maize futures market”, Eurasian Economic Review, Vol. 10, pp 71-88
  1. 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

SEF 2020 Books

  1. 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

SEF 2020 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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
  1. 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.
  1. 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

SEF 2019 Journal Articles

  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.
  1. Bittencourt M. (2019) Young democracies and government debt: evidence from South America, Journal of Economic Policy Reform, Vol. 22(4), pp 351-368.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. Dube, G. and Casale, D. (2019). Informal sector taxes and equity: Evidence from presumptive taxation in Zimbabwe.Development Policy Review, 37, 47–66.
  1. Dambala G and Dikgang J (2019).Collective action and heterogeneous welfare effects: Evidence from Ethiopian village. World Development Perspectives, 16(1), pp 1 – 11.
  1. Dladla P and Malikane C. (2019). Stock return predictability: Evidence from a structural model.International review of economics and finance, 59, 412-424.
  1. Garzarelli G, Lewin P and Tulloh B. (2019). Cyclical fluctuations and the structure of production. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 43, 717-732.
  1. 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.
  1. Galli, Emma and Garzarelli G (2019). "Populism as composite ideology,". Turkish Policy Quarterly. 18(3), 94-99.
  1. 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.
  1. 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
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. Kollamparambil U. (2019). Immigration, Internal Migration and Crime in South Africa: A multi-level model analysis, forthcoming Development Policy Review, 37, Pages 672–691.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. Nkiwane P and Chipeta C. (2019). The performance of cross-border acquisitions targeting African firms.Emerging Markets Review, 39, 68-82.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. Michie J and Padayachee V. (2019). South African business in the transition to democracy.International review of applied economics, 33(1), 1-10.
  1. Padayachee V and Rossouw J. (2019). “Volkskapitalisme" in the transition to democracy and beyond.International review of applied economics, 33(1), 150-162.
  1. 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.
  1. 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.
  1. Posel, D. and Casale, D.  (2019).Gender and the economy in post-apartheid South Africa: Changes and challenges, Agenda, 33(4): pp1 – 8.
  1. 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.
  1. Adefabi RA and Rasaki MG. (2019). External shocks and economic growth in Nigeria. Acta Universitatis Danubius, 4(7), 680-692.
  1. Richard N. Langlois. (2019). Hunting the Big Five: Twenty-First Century Antitrust in Historical Perspective. A Journal of Political Economy, 23(3), 1-36.
  1. Francis D, Roberts G and Valodia I. (2019). South African manufacturing firms in transition. International review of applied economics, 33(1), 71-92.
  1. 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.
  1. Rossouw J and Styan J. (2019). Steinhoff collapse: a failure of corporate governance. International review of applied economics, 33(1), 163-170.
  1. Rossouw J, Mondi L and Padayachee V. (2019). Inflation targeting in context of 'nationalisation' debate.New Agenda, 72, 19-23.      
  1. Rossouw J and Weyer L. (2019). The South African government vehicle fleet must be local. Southern African Business Review, 23, 1-27.
  1. 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.
  1. Sayed A. and Auret CJ. (2019). Volatility transmission in maize futures markets of major exporters, Investment Analysts Journal, Vol. 48(3): pp 173-187.
  1. Torr C. (2019) Lachmann, Keynes, and Subjectivism, Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 37(B), pp 69-81
  1. 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.
  1. 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

SEF 2018 Journal Articles

  1. Stavropoulos S, Wall R and Xu Y. (2018). Environmental regulations and industrial competitiveness: Evidence from China. Applied Economics , 50(12), 1378-1394.
  1. Padayachee V and Sender J. (2018). Vella Pillay: Revolutionary Activism and Economic Policy Analysis. Journal of Southern African Studies, 44(1), 149-165.
  1. Stavropoulos S, Wall R and Xu Y. (2018). Environmental regulations and industrial competitiveness: Evidence from China. Applied Economics , 50(12), 1378-1394.
  1. Padayachee V and Sender J. (2018). Vella Pillay: Revolutionary Activism and Economic Policy Analysis. Journal of Southern African Studies, 44(1), 149-165.
  1. Bargain O, Kwenda P and Ntuli M. (2018). Gender bias and the intrahousehold distribution of resources: evidence from African nuclear households in South Africa. Journal of African Economies, 27(2), 201-226.
  1. Chipeta C and McClelland D. (2018). In search of conclusive evidence on the trade off and pecking order theories of capital structure: Evidence from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. Investment Analysts Journal, 47(1), 15-30.
  1. Kouassi E, Akingkugbe O, Kutlo NO and Brou JM. (2018). Health expenditure and growth dynamics in the SADC region: evidence from non-stationary panel data with cross section dependence and unobserved heterogeneity. International Journal of Health Economics and Management, 18, 47-66.
  1. Mittermaier K. (2018). Menger's Aristotelianism. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 42, 577-594.
  1. Peters J, Langbein J and Roberts G. (2018). Generalization in the tropics- Development policy, randomized controlled trials, and external validity. World Bank Research Observer, 33(1), 34-64.
  1. Rossouw J. (2018). Politics and policies: determinants of South Africa's monetary policy problems in the 1980s. Economic History of Developing Regions, 33(1), 51-68.
  1. Adams K.P, Vosti S.A , Ayifah E , Phiri T.E ,Adu‐Afarwuah S ,Maleta K , Ashorn U , Arimond M and Dewey K.G. (2018). Willingness to pay for small‐quantity lipid‐based nutrient supplements for women and children: Evidence from Ghana and Malawi. Maternal and Child Nutrition, 14, 1-11.
  1. Tinel B, Pons-Vignon N and Rafferty M. (2018). La sous-traitance comme forme contemporaine d'exploitation: les cas de L'Afrique du sud, de L'Australie et de la France. Actuel Marx, 1(63), 32-50.
  1. Levin S, Chiliya N and Musara M. (2018). Theory of planned behaviour to predict parents' awareness and intention to participate in school governing body elections. International Journal of Management in Education, 12(3), 223-251.
  1. Padayachee V and Bordiss B. (2018). Rebalancing Keynes’s contribution. Review of Keynesian Economics, 6(2), 255-263.
  1. Ouattara PD, Kouassi E, Egbendewe AY and Akinkugbe O. (2018). Climate uncertainty and agricultural soil conservation investment decisions. Climate Change Economics, 9(2), 1850004-1 to 1850004-23.
  1. Seetharam Y and Da Cunha JA. (2018). The short-run performance of equity issues in South Africa: bad timing or a last resort. Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, 11(1), 1-10
  1. Van Heerden,C, Heymans A and Seetharam Y. (2018). Complementing South African inflation surveys: A suitable forecasting tool. Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, 11 (1), 1-14.
  1. Bittencourt M. (2018). Primary education and fertility rates. Economics of Transition, 26(2), 283-302.
  1. Rossouw J and Marais M (2018). The Phillips curve revisited: implications of an urban legend for economics teaching in South Africa. South African Business Review, 22, 1-17.
  1. Lemma TT, Negash M, Mlilo M and Lulseged A. (2018). Institutional ownership, product market competition, and earnings management: some evidence from international data. Journal of Business Research, 90, 151-163.
  1. Jogee R, Callaghan, N.C., and Callaghan C. (2018). Student acculturation in the context of 'feesmustfall'. South African Journal of Higher Education, 32 (2), 122-142.
  1. Hatch M and Posel D. (2018). Who cares for children? A quantitative study of childcare in South Africa. Development Southern Africa, 35(2), 267-282.
  1. Muthinja M and Chipeta C. (2018). What drives financial innovations in Kenya's commercial banks? An empirical study on firm and macro level drivers of branchless banking. Journal of African Business, 19(3), 385-408.
  1. Muthinja M and Chipeta C. (2018). Financial innovation performance and the speeds of adjustment: new evidence from Kenya's banking sector.  Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, 11(1), 1-11.
  1. Casale D, Espi G and Norri, S. (2018). Estimating the pathways through which maternal education affects stunting: Evidence from an urban cohort in South Africa. Public Health Nutrition, 21(10), 1810-1818.
  1. Sayed A and Auret C. (2018). The effectiveness of price limits in the South African white maize futures market. Investment Analysts Journal, 47(3), 193-208.
  1. Young N and Auret C. (2018). Liquidity and the convergence to market efficiency. Investment Analysts Journal, 47(3), 209-228.
  1. McKane G and Britten J. (2018). Liquidity and size effects on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE). Investment Analysts Journal      , 47(3), 229-242.
  1. Solanki K and Seetharam Y. (2018). Is investor sentiment a relevant factor in determining asset prices? Investment Analysts Journal, 47(3), 243-257.
  1. Schwalbach J and McClelland D. An analysis of short put strategies and their role in asset allocation. Investment Analysts Journal, 47(3), 272-283.
  1. Mbeki M, Rossouw J, Joubert F and Breytenbach A. (2018). South Africa's fiscal cliff barometer. New Agenda, 70, 29-33.
  1. Padayachee V. (2018). Beyond the fiscal cliff? Some questions for reflection. New Agenda, 70, 34-37.
  1. Garzarelli G & Keeton L. (2018). Laboratory Federalism and Intergovernmental Grants. Journal of Institutional Economics, 14(5), 949-974.
  1. Rasaki M.G and Malikane C. (2018). Sovereign wealth funds and macroeconomic stability in oil-exporting African countries. OPEC Energy Review, 42 (2), 151-169.
  1. Kollamparambil U and Nontenja N. (2018). Self-selection in migration between developing countries: the role of unobservable skills of Gauteng's migrant population. International Migration, 56(5), 167-189.
  1. Kwenda P and Ntuli M. (2018). A detailed decomposition analysis of the public-private sector wage gap in South Africa. Development Southern Africa. 35(6), 815-838.
  1. May C, Farrell G and Rossouw J. (2018). Do monetary policy announcements affect exchange rate returns and volatility of returns? Some evidence from high-frequency intra-day South African data. South African Journal of Economics, 86(3), 308-338.
  1. Chipeta C and Muthinji M. (2018). Financial innovations and bank performance in Kenya: evidence from branchless banking models. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 21(1), 1-11.
  1. Dube G. (2018). The design and implementation of minibus taxi presumptive taxes. The Service Industries Journal, 38(11-12), 723-741.
  1. Langlois R. (2018). Fission, forking and fine tuning. Journal of Institutional Economics, 14 (6), 1049-1070.
  1. da Cunha JA and Seetharam Y. (2018). The long run performance of secondary equity offerings on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange. International Journal of Emerging Markets, 13(5), 1211-1232.
  1. Gqwaru U. (2018). Leasing of restituted commercial farms as an alternative to achieve the inclusive growth objectives of the National Development Plan. New Agenda: South African Journal of Social and Economic Policy, 18, 17-23.
  1. Kollamparambil U and Gumbo D. (2018). Capital Flight in Africa: An Analysis of Macroeconomic and Institutional Quality Determinants. African Finance Journal, 20 (2) 21-44.
  1. Bhoola F, Rossouw J and Giannaros M. (2018). Comparing macroeconomic forecasts for South Africa from 2001 to 2017: Do we need official forecasts?       Journal for Studies in Economics and Econometrics, 42(3), 35-70.
  1. May C and Farrell G. (2018). Modelling exchange rate volatility dynamics: empirical evidence from South Africa. Journal for Studies in Economics and Econometrics, 42(3), 71-114.
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