Seminars

Monday 29 April 2019 12:00-13:00
Brian Arthur (Santa Fe Institute)
Topic: "Complexity Economics: A Different Framework for Economic Thought"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Fifth floor, Room 505
Download: arthur-2019.pdf (182 KB)
 
Monday 13 May 2019 12:00-13:00
[protected email address] (Stellenbosch University), [protected email address] (Stellenbosch University)
Topic: "A Structural Decomposition of the South African Business Cycle"
Venue: CGW Schumann Building, Fifth floor, Room 505
Download: hollander-and-van-lill-2018.pdf (2.1 MB), hollander-and-van-lill-2018---sl.pdf (1.2 MB)
 
Friday 07 June 2019 12:00-13:00
Anke Hoeffler (University of Konstanz)
Topic: "Estimating the Costs of Violence: Methodological Choices and Data Availability"
Venue: Van der Sterr building, Room 2058 (please use Entrance 3)
Download: hoeffler-2019.pptx (2.0 MB)
 
Friday 12 July 2019 14:00-15:00
Dr Nara Monkam (Director of Research at the African Tax Administration Forum)
Topic: "Maximising domestic resource mobilisation in Africa: The Untapped potential of property taxes"
Venue: Van der Sterr building, Room 2118 (please use Entrance 1 directly opposite the Schumann Building)
 

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15 July 2019
Last week was relatively quiet on the domestic data front. Mining and manufacturing output were mixed, but both sectors are set to recover in 2019Q2 after a poor first quarter. This should ensure a much improved GDP print in Q2. Internationally, trade numbers in China are showing the effects of the trade dispute with the US, while economic growth in...

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Last week was relatively quiet on the domestic data front. Mining and manufacturing output were mixed, but both sectors are set to recover in 2019Q2 after a poor first quarter. This should ensure a much improved GDP print in Q2. Internationally, trade numbers in China are showing the effects of the trade dispute with the US, while economic growth in...

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