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
 
Monday 07 May 2018 12:00-13:00
Igor Martins (Doctoral student at the Department of Economic History at Lund University)
Topic: "Expropriation with compensation: The 1834 slave emancipation and intergenerational outcomes"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Fifth floor, Room 505
 
Monday 14 May 2018 12:00-13:00
Charlotte van Tiddens (Prescient Securities), [protected email address] (Stellenbosch University and Prescient Securities)
Topic: "The impact of migration: looking for alpha in stocks entering and exiting the top 40 index in South Africa"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Fifth floor, Room 505
 

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11 June 2018
Over the weekend, welcome news broke that the majority of public sector trade unions had signed a multi-year wage deal with the government. Unfortunately, the costs are significantly more than budgeted for by National Treasury in the February Budget. This means that the government is faced with some tough choices. The fact that GDP growth disappointed...

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11 June 2018
Over the weekend, welcome news broke that the majority of public sector trade unions had signed a multi-year wage deal with the government. Unfortunately, the costs are significantly more than budgeted for by National Treasury in the February Budget. This means that the government is faced with some tough choices. The fact that GDP growth disappointed...

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