2017 Citations 

Abel, M. (2017). Labor market discrimination and sorting: Evidence from South Africa. SALDRU Working Paper, no. 205 Version 1.

Abewe, C. (2017). Investigating family social capital and child health: a case study of South Africa. (Master’s Thesis, University of Cape Town).

Akosile, C. O., Mgbeojedo, U. G., Maruf, F. A., Okoye, E. C., Umeonwuka, I. C. and Ogunniyi, A. (2017). Depression, Functional Disability and Quality of Life among Nigerian Older Adults: Prevalences and Relationships. Archives of gerontology and geriatrics 74, 39-43.

Alkire, S. and Housseini, B. (2017). Multidimensional Poverty in Sub-Saharan Africa. In Nissanke, M and Ndulo, M. (Eds.) Poverty Reduction in the Course of African Development (pp. 102-129). New York: Oxford University Press.

Asbury, E. (2017). Remittance Income and Social Assistance: Evidence from South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Baron, E. C., Davies, T. and Lund, C. (2017). Validation of the 10-item Centre for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale (CES-D-10) in Zulu, Xhosa and Afrikaans populations in South Africa. BMC psychiatry 17(1): 6.

Barrett, N. (2017). The impact of urbanization on the change in BMI of Coloured and African individuals in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Berry, K. M., Parker, W. A., Mchiza, Z. J., Sewpaul, R., Labadarios, D., Rosen, S. and Stokes, A. (2017). Quantifying unmet need for hypertension care in South Africa through a care cascade: evidence from the SANHANES, 2011-2012. BMJ global health 2(3): e000348.

Bhorat, H. and Kimani, E. (2017). The role of Post-school Education and Training institutions in predicting labour market outcomes. LMIP Report, no. 23.

Biyana, A. (2017). How rural female headed households in South Africa devise their livelihoods/choose what activities as part of their livelihood strategies. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Biyase, M. and Fisher, B. (2017). Determinants of Access to Formal Credit by the Poor Households. Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Oeconomica 62(1), 50-60.

Boltman, T. (2017). The distribution and determinants of labour market income in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Branson, N. and Leibbrandt, M. (2017). Assessing the usability of the Western Cape Graduate Destination Survey for the analysis of labour market outcomes. SALDRU Working Paper, no. 198.

Buckton, J. (2017). Women and Poverty: What are factors that limit rural women to low earning income livelihoods? (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Burger, R., Steenekamp, C. L., van der Berg, S. and Zoch, A. (2017). The middle class in contemporary South Africa: Comparing rival approaches. Stellenbosch Economic Working Papers, no. 11/2014.

Burns, J. K., Tomita, A. and Lund, C. (2017). Income inequality widens the existing income-related disparity in depression risk in post-apartheid South Africa: Evidence from a nationally representative panel study. Health & place 45, 10-16.

Charman, A. and Petersen, L. (2017). Temporal and spatial enterprise change in a township informal economy: A resurvey of micro-enterprises in Delft South. REDI3x3 Working Paper, no. 26.

Chetty, K. (2017). Identifying social indicators for the BRICS using public data: an investigation of the school dropout phenomenon in Brazil, India and South Africa. (Master’s Thesis, Stellenbosch University).

Cichello, P. and Rogan, M. (2017). Informal sector employment and poverty in South Africa: identifying the contribution of ‘informal’ sources of income on aggregate poverty measures. REDI3x3 Working Paper, no. 34.

Clowes, S. (2017). The determinants of land restitution participation among black South Africans. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Craig, J. M. and Prescott, S. L. (2017). Planning ahead: the mental health value of natural environments. The Lancet Planetary Health 1(4), e128-e129.

Crush, J. and Dodson, B. (2017). Harnessing Migration for Inclusive Growth and Development in Southern Africa. Southern African Migration Programme, 2017.

De Bruyn, L. (2017). A look at obesity in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

De Gouveia Pinto, I. (2017). An empirical analysis of Neighbourhood Poverty Traps in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

De Kock, S. (2017). Rotating Credit and Savings Associations: The Determinants of Stokvel Participation in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

De Wet, N. (2017). Family formation and economic insecurity among youth in South Africa. Development Southern Africa 34(6), 694-703.

Dommett, T. (2017). An attempt to Un-Ambiguate the effect of Unemployment on Alcohol Consumption: An Empirical Study in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Dubois, F. and Muller, C. (2017). Decomposing Well-being Measures in South Africa: The Contribution of Residential Segregation to Income Distribution. AMSE Working Paper, no. 19.

Eyal, K., Burns, J. and Geel, J.  (2017). The Intergenerational Transmission of Depression in South African Adolescents. SALDRU Working Paper, no. 200 Version 2.

Finn, A. (2017). Economic Mobility in South Africa: Evidence from Household Survey Data. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Cape Town).

Finn, A. and Ranchhod, V. (2017). Genuine Fakes: The Prevalence and Implications of Data Fabrication in a Large South African Survey. The World Bank Economic Review 31(1), 129-157.

Finn, A., Leibbrandt, M. and Ranchhod, V. (2017). Patterns of persistence: Intergenerational mobility and education in South Africa. Version 3. Cape Town: SALDRU, UCT. SALDRU Working Paper 175/ NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/2.

Fleming, S. (2017). An Investigation into the Relative Importance of Civil Institutions on Subjective Well-Being. (Master’s Thesis, University of Montana).

Geldenhuys, J. P. (2017). Labour market segmentation in South Africa. Paper presented at the African Studies Seminar, University of Witwatersrand.

Goodrum, N. M., Armistead, L. P., Tully, E. C., Cook, S. L. and Skinner, D. (2017). Parenting and youth sexual risk in context: The role of community factors. Journal of adolescence 57, 1-12.

Gordon, N., Godfrey, E., Aber, J. L., Richter, L. and SIZE Research Group. (2017). Exploring patterns of receipt of cash grants, health care, and education among 7–10year old children in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Children and Youth Services Review 78, 177-188.

Guvuriro, S. (2017). Intra-household decision-making and family public goods: survey and experimental evidence from South Africa. (Doctoral dissertation, University of the Free State).

Guvuriro, S. and Booysen, F. (2017). Bargaining power and decision-making agency: Economic empowerment in South African households. Paper presented at the biennial conference of Economic Society of South Africaa, 30 August-1 September 2017.

Gwente, B. (2017). A gendered analysis of the determinants of skills mismatch and underemployment in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Hall, K. (2017). Fragmenting the family? The complexity of household migration strategies in post-apartheid South Africa. Draft paper for the UNU-WIDER & ARUA Development Conference on Migration and Mobility.

Harris, T., Collinson, M. and Wittenberg, M. (2017). Aiming for a Moving Target: The Dynamics of Household Electricity Connections in a Developing Context. World Development 97, 14-26.

Henry, J. and Kollamparambil, U. (2017). Obesity-based labour market discrimination in South Africa: a dynamic panel analysis. Journal of Public Health 25(6), 671-684.

Inchauste, G. and Lustig, N. (2017). The Distributional Impact of Taxes and Transfers. The World Bank, 2017.

Ingle, K. and Mlatsheni, C. (2017). The extent of churn in the South African youth labour market: Evidence from NIDS 2008-2015.Cape Town: SALDRU, UCT. SALDRU Working Paper Number 201/NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/17.
Israel-Akinbo, S., Snowball, J. and Fraser, G. (2017). An Investigation of Multidimensional Energy Poverty amongst South African Low-income Households. ESSA paper no. 3281.

Kim, H. H. S. (2017). “Strength of Weak Ties,” Neighborhood Ethnic Heterogeneity, and Depressive Symptoms among Adults: A Multilevel Analysis of Korean General Social Survey (KGSS) 2012. Social Sciences 6(2), 65.

Kløve, E. and Mehlum, H. (2017). Positive illusions and the temptation to borrow. University of Oslo, Working Paper, no. 7/2017.

Kollamparambil, U. (2017). Labour market impact of internal in-migration: A district level analysis of South Africa. ERSA Working Paper, no. 667.

Landani, N. (2017). The Black Middle Class in South Africa: Characteristics and Factors Influencing Mobility. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Lindsay, A. C., Greaney, M. L., Wallington, S. F., Wright, J. A. and Hunt, A. T. (2017). Depressive Symptoms and Length of US Residency Are Associated with Obesity among Low-Income Latina Mothers: A Cross-Sectional Analysis. International journal of environmental research and public health 14(8), 869.

Makapane, O. (2017). The intergenerational mobility of income and educational attainment. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Marais, L. and Cloete, J. (2017). Housing policy and private sector housing finance: Policy intent and market directions in South Africa. Habitat International 61, 22-30.

Maselko, J. (2017). Social Epidemiology and Global Mental Health: Expanding the Evidence from High-Income to Low-and Middle-Income Countries. Current epidemiology reports 4(2), 166-173.

Mercer, G. D., Jewkes, R., Esser, M., MacNab, Y. C., Patrick, D. M., Buxton, J. A. and Bettinger, J. A. (2017). Exploring Low Levels of Inter-Parental Agreement over South African Fathers’ Parenting Practices. The Journal of Men’s Studies 26(1), 20-39.

Mkhutshulwa, N. T. (2017). An evaluation of the comprehensive rural development programme (CRDP) highlighting environmental governance in the Eastern Cape. (Doctoral dissertation, Stellenbosch University).

Mlatsheni, C. and Ranchhod, V. (2017). Youth Labour Market Dynamics in South Africa: Evidence from NIDS 1-2-3. REDI3x3 Working Paper, no. 39.

Møller, V. (2017). Whatever Happened to Social Indicators in Africa? Whatever Happened Indeed! A Developing World Perspective on the Kenneth C. Land and Alex C. Michalos Report on ‘Fifty Years after the Social Indicators Movement’. Social Indicators Research 135(3), 1009-1019.

Mpeta, B., Fourie, J. and Inwood, K. (2017). Black living standards in South Africa before democracy. South African Journal of Science 114(1-2), 1-8.

Mpeta, B., Fourie, J. and Inwood, K. (2017). Black living standards in South Africa before democracy: New evidence from heights. ERSA Working Paper, no. 670.

Mpeta, B., Fourie, J. and Inwood, K. (2017). Black living standards in South Africa before democracy. ERSA Research Brief.

Mthembu, S. (2017). Nurture Surpasses Nature: The Intergenerational Transmission of Depression from African Mothers to their Adolescent Children. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Mukong, A. K., Van Walbeek, C. and Ross, H. (2017). Lifestyle and Income-related Inequality in Health in South Africa. ERSA Working Paper, no. 677.

Naidoo, T. (2017). “The Child Support Grant and Child Mortality: The Efficacy of South Africa's Unconditional Cash Transfer System in Reducing under-14 Child Mortality.” (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Nemvumoni, F. L. (2017). Accessibility Index to public facilities for prioritisation of community access road development. (Master’s Thesis, Stellenbosch University).

Ngwarai, N. (2017). Labour migration and household socio-economics status in Agincourt sub-district of Bushbuckridge, Mpumalanga, South Africa. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Witwatersrand).

Njozela, L., Shaw, I. and Burns, J. (2017). Towards Measuring Social Cohesion In South Africa: Lessons For Nation Branding Developers. Strategic Review for Southern Africa 39(1), 29.

Ntema, J., Marais, L., Cloete, J. and Lenka, M. (2017). Social disruption, mine closure and housing policy: evidence from the Free State Goldfields, South Africa. Natural Resources Forum. 41(1), 30-41.

Nwosu, C. O. and Ndinda, C. (2017). Employment and poverty in South Africa: a gendered analysis. Paper presented at ESSA Biennial Conference 30 August - 1 September 2017.

Palatse, S. (2017). The impact of improved access to water and sanitation on children's education outcomes in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Pandey, M. K., Kulkarni, V. S. and Gaiha, R. (2017). Aging, depression, and non-communicable diseases in South Africa. ANU Working Papers in Trade and Development, no. 04/2017.

Pandey, M. K., Kulkarni, V. S. and Gaiha, R. (2017). What are the relationships between aging, depression, non-communicable diseases and disabilities in South Africa? GDI Working Paper 2017-012. Manchester: The University of Manchester.

Patel, L. (2017). The Child Support Grant in South Africa: gender, care and social investment. In Midgley, J. Dahl, E. and Conley, W. (Eds.) Social Investment and Social Welfare: International and Critical Perspectives. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

Peevey, S. (2017). An Outlay Equivalence Analysis of South African Households. (Master’s Thesis, University of Montana).

Petersen L, Reid AM, Moll EJ, Hockings MT. (2017). Perspectives of wild medicine harvesters from Cape Town, South Africa. South African Journal of Science 113(9-10), 1-8.

Pieterse, A. (2017). The determinants of graduate and diploma employment and earnings outcomes in South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Posel, D. and Grapsa, E. (2017). Time to learn? Time allocations among children in South Africa. International Journal of Educational Development 56, 1-10.

Rabe, M. (2017). It takes a village to raise a child, but the village is ruined Care and family policy in South Africa. UNISA Inaugural Lectures.

Rasmussen, E. H. (2017). Increasing progressivity in South Africa's personal income tax system. (Master’s Thesis, University of Cape Town).

Reddy, P. (2017) The determinants of the Child Support Grant: A quantitative analysis, South Africa. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Ross, H., Moussa, L., Harris, T. and Ajodhea, R. (2017). The heterogeneous impact of a successful tobacco control campaign: a case study of Mauritius. Tobacco control 27(1), 83-89.

Rossouw, L., Bago d'Uva, T. and van Doorslaer, E. (2017). Poor Health Reporting? Using Vignettes to Recover the Health Gradient by Wealth. Tinbergen Institute Discussion Paper, No. 17-031/V, Tinbergen Institute, Amsterdam and Rotterdam.

Ryan, J. (2017). Examining Land Reform in South Africa: Evidence from Survey Data. (Doctoral dissertation, University of Cape Town).

Schotte, S., Zizzamia, R. and Leibbrandt, M. (2017). Social stratification, life chances and vulnerability to poverty in South Africa. Cape Town: SALDRU, UCT. SALDRU Working Paper, no. 208 Version 1.

Seabe, D., & Burger, R. (2017).Building bridges or deepening divides: Resources and formal volunteering in post-apartheid South Africa. Stellenbosch Economic Working Papers, no. 03/2017.

Shongwe, Z. (2017). State pensions and the supply of labour: A gender-based South African study. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Stokes, A., Berry, K.M., Mchiza, Z., Parker, W-a, Labadarios, D., Chola, L., et al. (2017). Prevalence and unmet need for diabetes care across the care continuum in a national sample of South African adults: Evidence from the SANHANES-12011-2012. PloS one 12(10): e0184264

Tatham, J. (2017). The energy transitions of low-income household in South Africa: A panel analysis of the determinants of primary cooking fuel choice among rural and urban households. (Honours Long Paper, University of Cape Town).

Thamaga-Chitja, J. M. and Tamako, N. (2017). Does social capital play a role in climate change adaptation among smallholder farmers for improving food security and livelihoods? Journal of Consumer Sciences, Special Edition 2, 16-27.

Ting, H., Bozzola, M. and Swanson, T. (2017). Weather and income: effect on household saving and well-being in South Africa. No. 49-2017. Centre for International Environmental Studies, The Graduate Institute, 2017.

Tomita, A., Vandormael, A. M., Cuadros, D., Di Minin, E., Heikinheimo, V., Tanser, F., Slotow, R. and Burns, J. K. (2017). Green environment and incident depression in South Africa: a geospatial analysis and mental health implications in a resource-limited setting. The Lancet Planetary Health 1(4), e152-e162.

Tomita, A., Vandormael, A. M., Cuadros, D., Slotow, R., Tanser, F. and Burns, J. K. (2017). Proximity to healthcare clinic and depression risk in South Africa: geospatial evidence from a nationally representative longitudinal study. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology 52(8), 1023-1030.

Tondini, A. (2017). The Impact of Unconditional Cash Transfers on Informality: Evidence from South Africa’s Child Support Grant. Paris School of Economics.

Turok, I., Budlender, J. and Visagie, J. (2017). Urban ‘Slums’ and Social Mobility. Development Policy Review 36(6), 703-725.

Turok, I., Budlender, J. and Visagie, J. (2017). The Role of Informal Urban Settlements in Upward Mobility. DPRU Working Paper, no. 201701.

von Fintel, M., & Zoch, A. (2017). The dynamics of child poverty in South Africa between 2008 and 2012: An analysis using the National Income Dynamics Study. Child Indicators Research 10(4), 945-969.
Vos, A., Tempelman, H., Devillé, W., Barth, R., Wensing, A., Kretzschmar, M., Klipstein-Grobusch, K., Hoepelman, A., Tesselaar, K., Aitkin, S., Madzivhandila, M., Uiterwaal, C., Venter, F., Coutinho, R. and Grobbee, D.E. (2017). HIV and risk of cardiovascular disease in sub-Saharan Africa: Rationale and design of the Ndlovu Cohort Study. European journal of preventive cardiology 24(10), 1043-1050.

Waldeck, L. and Van Heerden, Q. (2017). Integrated Land-Use And Transportation Modelling In Developing Countries: Using Open trip planner To Determine Lowest-Cost Commute Trips. CSIR Science Scope 8(2), 14-15.

Wandai, M., Aagaard-Hansen, J., Day, C., Sartorius, B. and Hofman, K. J. (2017). Available data sources for monitoring non-communicable diseases and their risk factors in South Africa. South African Medical Journal 107(4), 331-337.

Wright, G., Noble, M., McLennan, D. and Zembe-Mkabile, W. (2017). Exploring options for delivering and financing a universal child benefit in South Africa. WIDER Development Conference: Public Economics for Development 5-6 July 2017, Maputo.

Zimbalist, Z. (2017). Breaking down rural and urban bias and interrogating spatial inequality, evidence from South Africa. Development Policy Review 35, O246-O269.

Zoch, A. (2017). The effect of neighbourhoods and school quality on education and labour market outcomes in South Africa. Stellenbosch Economic Working Papers, no. 08/2017.