Research Associates

The Department has appointed a number of research associates:

Caryn Bredenkamp
Senior Economist, World Bank
Research interests:
Health economics
Estian Calitz
Stellenbosch University (Emeritus Professor and Research Associate)
Research interests:
Public Economics, Economic policy
Lars Christensen
Founder and CEO, Markets & Money Advisory
Research interests:
Monetary policy and theory, monetary history, alternative monetary systems and Emerging Markets
Leigh Gardner
London School of Economics, UK
Research interests:
Economic history
Erik Green
Lund University, Sweden
Research interests:
Economic History
Ramos Mabugu
Research and Recommendations Program Head, Financial and Fiscal Commission
Research interests:
Public economics, Development economics
Martine Mariotti
Australian National University, Australia
Research interests:
Economic history
Nonso Obikili
ERSA Policy Associate
Research interests:
Economic History, Development Economics
Trudy Owens
Nottingham University, UK
Research interests:
Development economics
Ian Stuart
Chief Director: Fiscal Policy Unit, National Treasury
Research interests:
Public Economics
Stephen Taylor
Department of Basic Education, South African government
Research interests:
Economics of education, Labour economics
Francis Teal
Oxford University, UK
Research interests:
Labour economics, Development economics
Ramazan Uctu
Research interests:
Innovation systems, technological entrepreneurship
Thomas Wilkinson
Researcher, PRICELESS Centre, WITS School of Public Health
Research interests:
Health Economics

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Dominating the domestic headlines last week was the news that South Africa exited a technical recession in 2018Q3. While this was widely expected, the pace of GDP growth surprised on the upside. More on this in the domestic section. After the release of some survey data for the fourth quarter (see domestic section for details), a spate of actual activity...

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