Recent Publications (2009)

Journal articles

ACQUAH A. Tertiary graduates: Earnings and employment prospects in the South African labour market. Southern African Review of Education 2009; 15(2) : 27-44.

CROOKES DJ, DE WIT MP. An evaluation of tools for an assessment of cumulative effects in socioeconomic impact studies. Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management 2009; 11(2) : 311-329.

DE VILLIERS AP, STEYN G. Effect of changes in state funding of higher education on higher education output in South Africa: 1986-2007. South African Journal of Higher Education/Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Hoër Onderwys 2009; 23(1) : 43-68.

DU PLESSIS SA, BURGER P, AZIAKPONO M. Is financial integration a complement or substitute to domestic financial development in a developing country? Evidence from the SACU countries. Studies in Economics and Econometrics/studies in Ekonomie En Ekonometrie (s.e.e) 2009; 33(3) : 39-67.

DU PLESSIS SA, MAENNIG W. Sport stadia, sporting events, and urban development: International experience and the ambitions of Durban. Urban Forum 2009; 20(1) : 61-76.

GILBERT E, CALITZ E, DU PLESSIS SA. Prudential regulation, its international background and the performance of the banks. A critical review of the South African environment since 1970. South African Journal of Economic History 2009; 24(2) : 43-81.

HORN PM, JANSEN IA. Tutorial classes - Why bother? An investitation into the impact of tutorials on the performance of economics students. South African Journal of Economics 2009; 77(1) : 179-190.

LIU G, DUNCAN AS. Modelling South African currency crises as structural changes in the volatility of the rand. South African Journal of Economics 2009; 77(3) : 363-379.

REID M. Isolating a measure of inflation expectations for the South African financial market using forward interest rates. South African Journal of Economics 2009; 77(3) : 399-413.

REID M. The sensitivity of South African inflation expectations to surprises. South African Journal of Economics 2009; 77(3) : 414-430.

SCHOOMBEE GA. Access to formal financial services for South Africa's poor: Developments since 1990. South African Journal of Economic History 2009; 24(2) : 131-156.

SIEBRITS K, FOURIE J. An application of attractiveness measures to evaluate the optimal structure of currie cup rugby. South African Journal for Research in Sport, Physical Education and Recreation/ Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif vir Navorsing in Sport, liggaamlike Opvoedkunde en Ontspanning 2009; 31(1) : 95-113.

SMIT BW, STEINBACH MR, MATHULOE PT. An open economy new Keynesian DSGE Model of the South African economy. South African Journal of Economics 2009; 77(2) : 207-227.

VAN DER BERG S, LOUW M, YU D. Post-transition poverty trends based on an alternative data source. South African Journal of Economics 2009; 76(1) : 58-76.

VAN DER BERG S, YU D, STREAK JC. Measuring child poverty in South Africa: Sensitivity to the choice of equivalence scale and an updated profile. Social Indicators Research 2009; 94(1) : 183-201.

 

Journal articles (non-subsidised)

DU PLESSIS SA, MAENNIG W. Sportstadions als iconische architectuur: de ambities van Durban. Rooilijn 2009; 42(7) : 466-473.

VAN DER BERG S. Signalling performance: An analysis of continuous assessment and matriculation examination marks in South Africa schools. UMALUSI - Council for Quality Assurance in General and Further Education and Training 2009; no volume(no number) : 1-35.

 

Chapters in Books

BURGOYNE M, JANSEN IA, SMIT C. Tutoring is Fun. A study investigating tutor motivation. In Focus on first-year sucess. Perspectives emerging from South Africa and beyond, Sun Press, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2009: 227-239.

DU PLESSIS SA, SMIT BW. Accounting for South Africa's growth revival after 1994. In South African Economic Policy under Democracy, Oxford University Press, New York, United Kingdom, 2009: 28-58.

DU PLESSIS SA. The miracle of the Septuagint and the promise of data mining in economics. In Philosophy of Economics, Oxford University Press, New York, USA, 2009: 424-454.

GUSTAFSSON M. Measuring educational inequality in South Africa and Peru. In Inequality in education: Comparative and international perspectives, Springer, Hong Kong, China, 2009: 261-505.

SMIT BW, ELLIS L. The Macroeconomic Impact of AIDS and ART. In South African Economic Policy under Democracy, Oxford University Press, New York, United Kingdom, 2009: 244-269.

TAYLOR S, YU D. Socio-economic status and educational achievement: Does education provide a stepping stone out of poervy in South Africa?. In Recession and Recovery: 2009 Transformation Audit, Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, Cape Town, South Africa, 2009: 66-75.

TERREBLANCHE SJ. The American empire and the entrenchment of global inequality. In Globalisation: The Politics of empire, justice and the life of faith, Sun Press, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2009: 31-47.

VAN DER BERG S. The Persistence of Inequalities in Education. In South African Economic Policy under Democracy, Oxford University Press, New York, United Kingdom, 2009: 327-354.

VON FINTEL DP, BURGER RP. The South African labour market in the Global Financial Crisis: Recovering Lost Gains. In Recession and Recovery : 2009 Transformation Audit, Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, Cape Town, South Africa, 2009: 34-41.

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