Neil Rankin appointed as Associate Professor

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2013-02-27

Neil Rankin joined the Department of Economics at Stellenbosch University in February 2013 as Associate Professor. Prof Rankin is an applied micro-economist working in the areas of labour markets, firms, pricing, trade and impact evaluation. One stream of his current research work examines the links between company performance and labour market outcomes in an African context, and particularly the impact of trade at a microeconomic level. As part of his research he has managed and administered firm and labour market surveys in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Rwanda and Tanzania. He is also currently the principle investigator on a number of impact evaluation projects including a randomised control trial that investigates the impact of possible interventions on youth unemployment in South Africa.

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