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Irving, Margaret, and Geeta Gandhi Kingdon. Gender patterns in household health expenditure allocation: A study of South Africa. 2008.
Journal Article
Kingdon, Geeta G, and John Knight. "Unemployment in South Africa: The nature of the beast." World Development 2001, no. 15 (2004): 391-408.
Journal Article
Kingdon, Geeta G, and John Knight. "Race and the incidence of unemployment in South Africa." Review of Development Economics 8, no. 2 (2004): 198-222.
Journal Article
Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight. "What have we learnt about unemployment from microdatasets in South Africa?." Social Dynamics 27, no. 1 (2001): 79-95.
Conference Paper
Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight. "The incidence of unemployment in South Africa." TIPS Forum 2000: Paths to growth and employment in South Africa, 18-20 September. Muldersdrift, South Africa, 2000.
Working Paper
Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight. "Unemployment and wages in South Africa: A spatial approach." The Centre for the Study of African Economies Working Paper , no. 96 (1999).
Journal Article
Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight. "Unemployment in South Africa, 1995–2003: Causes, problems and policies." JOURNAL OF AFRICAN ECONOMIES 16, no. 5 (2007): 813-848.
Working Paper
Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight. "Subjective well-being poverty versus income poverty and capabilities poverty?." DPRU Working Paper , no. 05/96 (2005).
Journal Article
Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight. "Community, comparisons and subjective well-being in a divided society." Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 64, no. 1 (2007): 69-90.
Working Paper
Kingdon, Geeta, and John Knight. "Are searching and non-searching unemployment distinct states when unemployment is high? The case of South Africa." CSAE Working Paper/2000-2 , no. 2000-2 (2000).
Journal Article
Philip, Kate. "The rationale for an employment guarantee in South Africa." Development Southern Africa 29, no. 01 (2012): 177-190.
Journal Article
Meffert, Susan M, Charles E McCulloch, Thomas C Neylan, Monica Gandhi, and Crick Lund. "Increase of perceived frequency of neighborhood domestic violence is associated with increase of women's depression symptoms in a nationally representative longitudinal study in South Africa." Social Science & Medicine (2015).
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