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Accessible policy-relevant research and expert commentaries on unemployment, income distribution and inclusive growth in South Africa.
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The nuts and bolts of micro-manufacturing in the township - a Cape Town case study
— 6 September 2016
A growing informal sector: evidence from an enterprise survey in Delft
— 1 March 2016
The layout of the township economy: the surprising spatial distribution of informal township enterprises
— 2 March 2015
How structural inequality limits employment and self-employment in poor areas (or: Why South Africa’s informal sector is so small)
— 16 November 2012
How did hunger levels in the former homelands catch up with the rest of South Africa? A hundred years after the Land Act of 1913
— 14 January 2014
Innovative joint ventures can boost agricultural production and promote agrarian transformation
— 18 April 2017
Domestic abuse of children severely reduces their educational achievement
— 22 April 2015
Why are foreign-run spaza shops more successful? The rapidly changing spaza sector in South Africa
— 13 November 2013
Reservation wages found in surveys can be very misleading
— 12 September 2017
The unemployed in South Africa: Why are so many not counted?
— 26 February 2013
Day labourers and the role of foreign migrants: for better or for worse?
— 17 May 2016
How much is inequality reduced by progressive taxation and government spending?
— 28 October 2015