Working Papers - 2006

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Quantitative competition analysis: Stationarity tests in geographic market definition
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP17/2006
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Abstract | PDF (244 KB)
 
Institutions and Institutional Change in Zambia
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP16/2006
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Abstract | PDF (217 KB)
 
The miracle of the Septuagint and the promise of data mining in economics
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP15/2006
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Abstract | PDF (359 KB)
 
The South African poor white problem in the early 20th century: Lessons for poverty today
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP14/2006
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Abstract | PDF (304 KB)
 
Access to credit by the poor in South Africa: Evidence from Household Survey Data 1995 and 2000
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP13/2006
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Abstract | PDF (391 KB)
 
Have pro-poor health policies improved the targeting of spending and the effective delivery of health care in South Africa?
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP12/2006
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Abstract | PDF (278 KB)
 
Health Care Provider Choice
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP11/2006
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Abstract | PDF (296 KB)
 
Wage trends in post-apartheid South Africa: Constructing an earnings series from household survey data
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP10/2006
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Abstract | PDF (229 KB)
 
Educational attainment and intergenerational social mobility in South Africa
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP09/2006
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Abstract | PDF (411 KB)
 
Earnings bracket obstacles in household surveys – How sharp are the tools in the shed?
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP08/2006
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Abstract | PDF (732 KB)
 
Fiscal uncertainty with donor herding and domestic debt crisis
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP07/2006
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Abstract | PDF (133 KB)
 
How effective are poor schools? Poverty and educational outcomes in South Africa
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP06/2006
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Abstract | PDF (399 KB)
 
Some policy proposals for future infrastructure investment in South Africa
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP05/2006
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Abstract | PDF (3.3 MB)
 
Returns to Race: Labour Market Discrimination in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP04/2006
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Abstract | PDF (415 KB)
 
Examining the Robustness of Competing Explanations of Slow Growth in African Countries
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP03/2006
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Abstract | PDF (184 KB)
 
Business Cycles in Emerging market Economies: A New View of the Stylised Facts
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP02/2006
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Abstract | PDF (285 KB)
 
Economic growth in South Africa since 1994
Stellenbosch Working Paper Series No. WP01/2006
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Abstract | PDF (437 KB)

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Last week, retail and wholesale data was released for the domestic economy. The September growth figures completed the picture for the third quarter. In this regard, the growth in retail sales should support GDP growth in Q3, while a significant contraction in wholesale sales will have the opposite effect. Internationally, economic growth was reported...

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