2018 Citations 

Bassier, I.  & Woolard, I. (2018). The top 1% incomes are increasing rapidly even with low economic growth. (Econ3x3 discussion paper).

Cois, A. and Ehrlich, R. (2018). Antihypertensive treatment and blood pressure trends among South African adults: A repeated cross-sectional analysis of a population panel survey. PloS one 13(8), e0200606.

Day, C., Gray, A. and Ndlovu, N. (2018). Health and Related Indicators 2018 In: Rispel, L.C., Padarath, A. (Eds.) South African Health Review 2018. (pp. 139 - 250). Durban: Health Systems Trust.

Ebrahim, A., & Lilenstein, K. Gender and the South African Labour Market: Policy relevant research possibilities using South African tax data. (Draft publication).

Hussain, A.O, & Sulaimon, H. O. (2018). Comparative Study of Food Security in Africa Amid Growing Population. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications 8(10), 6-12.

Lund, C. and Cois, A. (2018). Simultaneous social causation and social drift: Longitudinal analysis of depression and poverty in South Africa. Journal of affective disorders 229, 396-402.

Mudzingiri, C., Mwamba, J. and Keyser, J. (2018). Incentivized time preferences, level of education in a household and financial literacy: Laboratory evidence. money 10(2), 103-119.

Olawumi Israel‐Akinbo, S., Snowball, J., & Fraser, G. (2018). An Investigation of Multidimensional Energy Poverty among South African Low‐income Households. South African Journal of Economics 86(4), 468-487.

Rathi, S. S. and Vermaak, C. (2018). Rural electrification, gender and the labour market: A cross-country study of India and South Africa. World Development 109, 346-359.