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Working Paper
Eyal, Katherine, and Lindokuhle Njozela. "What difference does a year make? The cumulative effect of missing cash transfers on schooling attainment." SALDRU Working Paper Number 186 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/13 , no. 186 (2016).
Working Paper
Surtee, Dr Sabie, and Professor Martin J J Hall. "Transformation: African people in the Western Cape: An overview." DPRU- Working paper 10/141 , no. 10/141 (2010).
Working Paper
Eyal, Katherine, and Ingrid Woolard. "Throwing the book at the CSG." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 53 (2011).
Journal Article
Eyal, Katherine, and Justine Burns. "The parent trap: Cash transfers and the intergenerational transmission of depressive symptoms in South Africa." World Development (2019).
Working Paper
Eyal, Katherine, and Justine Burns. "The intergenerational transmission of depression in South African adolescents." SALDRU Working Paper Number 200 , no. 200 (2017).
Report
Hall, Katharine, Linda Richter, Zitha Mokomane, and Lori Lake. South African child gauge 2018: Children, families and the state collaboration and contestation. : Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, 2018.
Report
Hall, Katharine, Ann Skelton, and Sipho Sibanda. Social assistance for orphaned children living with family. 2016.
Working Paper
Eyal, Katherine, and Ingrid Woolard. "School enrolment and the child support grant: Evidence from South Africa." SALDRU Working Paper Number 125 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2013/7 , no. 125 (2013).
Book
Whiteford, Andrew, and Elsje J Hall. SA labour market trends and future workforce needs, 1998-2003. South Africa: HSRC Press, 1999.
Journal Article
McGrath, Nuala, Nathi Ngcobo, Zhixin Feng, Phillip Joseph, Pumla Dladla, Thulani Ngubane, Victoria Hosegood, Katherine Morton, Heidi Van Rooyen, and Alastair Van Heerden. "Protocol: evaluation of an optimised couples-focused intervention to increase testing for HIV in rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, the Igugu Lethu (‘Our treasure’) cohort study." BMC Public Health 22, no. 1 (2022).
Journal Article
Maughan-Brown, Brendan, Katherine C Eyal, Lindokuhle Njozela, and Alison M Buttenheim. "Predictors of COVID-19 vaccine uptake among adults in South Africa: multimethod evidence from a population-based longitudinal study." BMJ Global Health 8, no. 8 (2023).
Journal Article
Meintjes, Helen, Katharine Hall, Double-Hugh Marera, and Andrew Boulle. "Orphans of the AIDS epidemic? The extent, nature and circumstances of child-headed households in South Africa." AIDS Care 22, no. 1 (2009): 40-49.
Working Paper
Mthembu, Simeme, and Katherine Eyal. "Nurture surpasses nature: The intergenerational transmission of depression from African mothers to their adolescent children." SALDRU Working Paper Number 228 (2017).
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Hall, Katherine. "Maternal and child migration in post-apartheid South Africa: Evidence from the NIDS panel study." SALDRU Working Paper Number 178 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/5 , no. 178 (2016).
Book Section
Schönfeldt, Hester, Nicolette Hall, and Beulah Pretorius. "International development." Nutrition-sensitive agricultural development for food security in Africa: A case study of South Africa (2017).
Working Paper
Eyal, Katherine, and Malcolm Keswell. "Identfying pure-income effects in an empirical model of labour supply: The case of the South African social pension." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 19 (2008).
Working Paper
Eyal, Katherine. "Household survival strategies during COVID-19: Evidence from panel data in South Africa." SALDRU Working Paper (2021).
Journal Article
Posel, Dorrit, Katherine Hall, and Linekela Goagoses. "Going beyond female-headed households: Household composition and gender differences in poverty." Development Southern Africa (2023).
Report
Eyal, Katherine, and Ingrid Woolard. Female labour force participation and the child support grant in South Africa. : Researchgate, 2011.
Conference Paper
Maughan-Brown, Brendan, Katherine Eyal, Alison Buttenheim, and Kim Ingle. "CVACS Survey 1 preliminary results." CVACS Survey 1 Launch Webinar. 2021.
Report
Maughan-Brown, Brendan, Katherine Eyal, Alison Buttenheim, Kim Ingle, and Timothy Brophy. CVACS Survey 1 Key Findings: Slide Deck. Cape Town, South Africa: SALDRU, 2021.
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Maughan-Brown, Brendan, Katherine Eyal, Kim Ingle, Timothy Brophy, Lindokuhle Njozela, Tim Köhler, and Alison Buttenheim. COVID-19 Vaccine Survey (CVACS) Survey 2 Key Findings: Slide Deck. Cape Town, South Africa: SALDRU, 2022.
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Eyal, Katherine, Brendan Maughan-Brown, Alison Buttenheim, Kim Ingle, Timothy Brophy, Lindokuhle Njozela, and Tim Köhler. COVID-19 Vaccine Survey (CVACS) Survey 2 Key Findings: Policy Brief.. Cape Town, South Africa: SALDRU, 2022.
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Maughan-Brown, Brendan, Katherine Eyal, Alison Buttenheim, Kim Ingle, and Timothy Brophy. COVID-19 Vaccine Survey (CVACS) Survey 1 Key Findings: Policy Brief. Cape Town, South Africa: SALDRU, 2022.
Working Paper
Eyal, Katherine, Brendan Maughan-Brown, Lindokuhle Njozela, Timothy Köhler, Kim Ingle, Timothy Brophy, and Alison Buttenheim. "Correlates of COVID-19 Vaccination Intentions and opinions about mandates among four groups of adults in South Africa with distinct vaccine intentions: Evidence from a large national survey." BMC Public Health (2023).
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Hall, Katherine, and Ingrid Woolard. Children and inequality: An introduction and overview (South African Child Gauge 2012). Cape Town, South Africa: Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, 2012.
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Hall, Katharine, and Matthew Chennells. Children and income poverty: A brief update. Cape Town, South Africa: Children's Institute, University of Cape Town, 2011.
Journal Article
Baigrie, Nic, and Katherine Eyal. "An evaluation of the determinants and implications of panel attrition in the National Income Dynamics Survey (2008-2010)." South African Journal of Economics 82, no. 1 (2014): 39-65.
Report
Hall, Peter, Gina Saayman, Dudu Molatedi, and Pieter Kok. A profile of poverty in the PWV. 1993.
Journal Article
Hall, Katherine, and Gemma Wright. "A profile of children living in South Africa in 2008." Studies in Economics and Econometrics 34, no. 3 (2010): 45-68.
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