2011 Citations 

Coetzee, M. 2011. Finding the benefits: Estimating the impact of the South African child support grant. ERSA Working Paper, no. 230.

De Vos, M. 2011. Quantitative and qualitative aspects of education in South Africa: An analysis using the National Income Dynamics Study. Stellenbosch Economic Working Paper, no. 06/11.

Gustafsson, M. 2011. The when and how of leaving school: The policy implications of new evidence on secondary schooling in South Africa. Stellenbosch Economic Working Papers, no. 09/11.

Hall, K. & Wright, G. 2011. In brief: A profile of children living in South Africa using the National Income Dynamics Study. Children Count Brief. Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town & Centre for the Analysis of South African Social Policy (CASASP), Oxford University.

Leibbrandt, M., & Levinsohn, J. 2011. Fifteen Years on: Household Incomes in South Africa. NBER Working Paper, no. 16661.

Piraino, P. 2011. Marital sorting and intergenerational mobility in South Africa. (Unpublished).

Posel, D. & Casale, D. 2011. Language proficiency and language policy in South Africa: Findings from new data. International Journal of Educational Development. 31(5):449-457.

Posel, D. & Casale, D. 2011. Relative standing and subjective well-being in South Africa: The role of perceptions and income mobility. Social Indicators Research.104(2):195-223.

Posel, D. & Hinks, T. 2011. Trusting neighbours or strangers in a racially divided society: Insights from survey data in South Africa. Journal of African Economies.

Posel, D. 2011. Adult literacy rates in South Africa: A comparison of different measures. Language Matters 42(1):39-49.

Posel, D. 2011. Households and labour migration in post-apartheid South Africa. Studies in Economics and Econometrics. 34(3):129-141.

Ryan, J. 2011. The impact of the South African Old Age Pension on the educational attainment of children. MEcon Thesis. University of Cape Town.