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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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The week started with news of the confirmation of the $4.3 billion (bn) loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) through its Rapid Financing Instrument. In the process of obtaining the loan, the government re-committed itself to the fiscal consolidation outlined in the supplementary budget presented in June, including to introduce zero-based...

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