Seminars

Monday 19 March 2018 12:00-13:00
[protected email address] (Stellenbosch University), Anja Smith (Stellenbosch University), Ada Jansen (Stellenbosch University), Sophia du Plessis (Stellenbosch University)
Topic: "Maternal mortality before midwifery on the Cape frontier"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Fifth floor, Room 505
 
Monday 26 March 2018 12:00-13:00
Prof Yoseph Getachew (University of Pretoria)
Topic: "Redistributive innovation and inequality in a growing economy"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Fifth floor, Room 505
 
Monday 09 April 2018 12:00-13:00
[protected email address] (Bureau for Economic Research)
Topic: "The SA economy: A new hope?"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Second floor, Room 207B
 
Thursday 12 April 2018 12:00-13:00
Dr Nicholas Treich ((Senior researcher INRA Toulouse), Toulouse School of Economics, INRA, UniversitĀ“e Toulouse Capitole)
Topic: "An economic model of the meat paradox"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Fifth floor, Room 505
The paper can be downloaded from: http://www2.toulouse.inra.fr/lerna/treich/MP.pdf
 
Monday 16 April 2018 12:00-13:00
Rashad Cassim (Monetary Policy Committee, South African Reserve Bank)
Topic: "Monetary Policy in South Africa: Emerging Issues and Challenges"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Fifth floor, Room 505
 

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16 April 2018
Global geo-political concerns continued to dominate the news flow last week. Whereas the concerns about a trade war between the US and China eased after conciliatory remarks by the Chinese President, the situation in Syria continues to damage relations between the US and Russia. On the domestic front, manufacturing and mining data for February suggest...

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16 April 2018
Global geo-political concerns continued to dominate the news flow last week. Whereas the concerns about a trade war between the US and China eased after conciliatory remarks by the Chinese President, the situation in Syria continues to damage relations between the US and Russia. On the domestic front, manufacturing and mining data for February suggest...

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