Research associates boost collaboration

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2013-03-06

Martine Mariotti, lecturer in economic history at Australian National University and research associate at Stellenbosch University, and Juergen Meinecke, lecturer in microeconomics at Australian National University are spending a mini-sabbatical in Stellenbosch from 23 January to 8 April 2013.

Dr Mariotti is an expert on quantitative South African economic history and is involved in the department through supervision and research collaboration. Dr Mariotti will also lead the ERSA Workshop on the Economics of Apartheid, to be held in Cape Town from 20 to 22 March. Both Dr Mariotti and Dr Meinecke will present seminars in the department.

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