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Quarterly Labour Force Survey 2009, Quarter 1
Statistics South Africa
Statistics South Africa
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Jul 05, 2012
Jul 01, 2020
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Investigating the feasibility of a national minimum wage for South Africa
DPRU Working Paper 201601 , no. 01 (2016).
Mbethe, Audrey P, and Siyazi Mda.
Incidence of Refeeding Syndrome and Its Associated Factors in South African Children Hospitalized with Severe Acute Malnutrition
Iranian Journal of Pediatrics 27, no. 1 (2017): 1-7.
Read, write, develop: The social and economic impact of literacy in South Africa
Masters, University of Cape Town, 2020.
Chatterjee, Aroop, Léo Czajka, and Amory Gethin.
Wealth Inequality in South Africa, 1993–2017
The World Bank Economic Review (2021).
Van der Merwe, J.M, and S.C Krygsman.
Investigating the relationship between transport and labour discouragement in South Africa
The 40th Annual Southern African Transport Conference.
Pretoria, South Africa, 2022.
Kavese, Kambale, Andiswa Mbali, and Izunna Anyikwa.
The gig economy, digital labour platforms, and independent employment in the Eastern Cape
East London, South Africa: Eastern Cape Socio Economic Consultative Council, 2022.
Failed promises of a wage subsidy: youth and South Africa’s employment tax incentive
University of Maryland, Department of Economics Working Paper (2020).
Empty promises of a new dawn: A quantitative study on education and employment in South Africa
Master's thesis, Malmö University, 2021.
Huber, Robert A, Yannick Stiller, and Andreas Dur.
Measuring subnational trade competitiveness
OFS Preprints (2021).
Bhorat, Haroon, and Natasha Mayet.
Employment outcomes and returns to earnings in post-apartheid South Africa
DPRU Working Paper 12/152 , no. 12/152 (2012).
Bhorat, Haroon, and David Tseng.
The newly unemployed and the UIF take-up rate in the South African labour market
DPRU Working Paper 12/147 , no. 12/147 (2012).
Bhorat I, Haroon.
The next 25 years – affirmative action in higher education in the United States and South Africa
Higher education and the labour market in post-apartheid South Africa (2009).
Deindustrialization, professionalization and racial inequality in Cape Town
Urban Affairs Review 48, no. 6 (2012): 836-862.
South African labour market transitions during the global financial and economic crisis: Micro-level evidence from the NIDS panel and matched QLFS cross-sections
IOB Working Paper 2013.12 , no. 2013.12 (2013).
South African labour market transitions since the global financial and economic crisis: Evidence from two longitudinal datasets
Journal of African Economies 26, no. 2 (2017): 192-222.
Kucera, David, Leanne Roncolato, and Erik Von Uexkull.
Trade contraction and employment in India and South Africa during the global crisis
World Development 40, no. 6 (2012): 1122-1134.
Leung, Ron, Marco Stampini, and Désiré Vencatachellum.
Does human capital protect workers against exogenous shocks? South Africa in the 2008-2009 crisis
Institute for the Study/ Discussion Paper , no. 4608 (2009).
Lombard, Mighael, and Owen Crankshaw.
Deindustrialization and racial inequality: Social polarisation in eThekwini?
Large-scale social transfer and labor market outcomes: The case of the South African pension program
2016 Agricultural & Applied Economics Association Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, July 31–August 2.
USA, July, 2016.
The new growth path: Game changing vision or cop-out?
South African Journal of Science 107, no. 3/4 (2011): 1-8.
Rankin, Neil A, and Gareth Roberts.
Youth unemployment, firm size and reservation wages in South Africa
South African Journal of Economics 79, no. 2 (2011): 128-145.
Rogan, Michael, and Caroline Skinner.
The nature of the South African informal sector as reflected in the Quarterly Labour-Force Survey, 2008-2014
REDI3x3 Working paper 28 , no. 28 (2017).
Giving up job search during a recession:The impact of the global financial crisis on the South African labour market
Institute for the study of labour/ discussion paper , no. 6116 (2011).
Vermeulen C, J.
Inflation and unemployment in South Africa: Is the Phillips curve still dead?
Southern African Business Review (2017).
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