Working Papers

The Stellenbosch Working Paper Series is the joint product of the Department of Economics and the Bureau for Economic Research (BER) at the University of Stellenbosch. The aim is diffusion of our economic research results, by making available sometimes preliminary outputs from research, and also to make accessible papers which otherwise may not be published. These publications are not peer reviewed and the role of the joint editors is purely to liase with authors.

Papers are freely available in electronic format (PDF) on this website for downloading, and interested researchers are encouraged to make use of this facility. Note: If you have trouble viewing any of the PDF files, your PDF viewer software may need to be updated.

To submit a paper for consideration, please contact the editor, Krige Siebrits <[protected email address] >. For authors of accepted papers, please follow these instructions to finalise publication.

The papers are grouped by year:

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

 

(Note: If you are looking for a paper on a specific topic, you can also search for it using the search tab on the top-right hand side of this webpage.)

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14 October 2019
While incoming data on the global economy remains downbeat, the mood was lifted last week after progress was made on US-China trade talks and Brexit negotiations. On the domestic data front, mining and manufacturing data for August added to growing evidence that real GDP growth likely slowed significantly in 2019Q3 after the nice rebound recorded in...

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