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Spatial heterogeneity, generational change and childhood socioeconomic status : microeconometric solutions to South African labour market questions
(Stellenbosch : Stellenbosch University, 2014-12)
ENGLISH ABSTRACT: Microeconometric techniques have improved understanding of South Africa’s labour market substantially in the last two decades. This dissertation adds to this evidence by considering three separate labour ...
Examining the impact of WHO’s Focused Antenatal Care policy on early access, underutilisation and quality of antenatal care services in Malawi : a retrospective study
(BMC (part of Springer Nature), 2019-05-08)
Background: A variety of antenatal care models have been implemented in low and middle-income countries over the past decades, as proposed by the World Health Organisation (WHO). One such model is the 2001 Focused Antenatal ...
Rising unemployment in South Africa : an intertemporal analysis using a Birth Cohort Panel
(Stellenbosch : University of Stellenbosch, 2007-03)
A new political dispensation in 1994 heralded a period of optimism for many ordinary South Africans, who hoped for freedom and an escape from poverty. Since this transition, however, South Africa has registered steady ...
Intergenerational transfer of health inequalities : exploration of mechanisms in the Birth to Twenty cohort in South Africa
South Africa’s history of colonialism and Apartheid contributed to its extreme levels of inequality. Twenty-five years after the transition to democracy, socio-economic and health inequalities continue to rank among the ...