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ISER Publications: 2014

Books/chapters/monographs

Fryer, D.C.A. & Cattaneo, N.S. (2014) “Structural Change, Productivity and the Middle Income Trap: South Africa in Comparative Perspective”. VI BRICS: Academic Forum. 6th Ed. Brazil: Institute for Applied Economic Research (IPEA).

Badat, S. & Sayed, Y. (2014) Post-1994 South African Education: The Challenge of Social Justice. In: Rotberg, R.I. (ed.). Governance and Innovation in Africa: South Africa after Mandela. Canada: CIGI: Centre for International Governance Innovation. p.149-172.

Barrientos, A., Møller, V., Saboia, J. , Lloyd-Sherlock, P.  & Mase, J. (2014). ‘Growing’ social protection in developing countries: Lessons from Brazil and South Africa. In: Patel, L, Midgley, J. and Ulriksen, M. (Eds.), Social Protection in Southern Africa: New opportunities for social development. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 54 – 68. (reprinted from Development Southern Africa 2013, 30(1), 54–68).

Møller, V. and Roberts, B. (2014) South Africa, Quality of Life. In: Michalos, A.C. (ed.). Encyclopaedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. London: Springer . p.6218-6223.

Møller, V. (2014) Happiness, national pride and the 2010 World Cup. In: Sullivan, G.B. (ed.). Understanding Collective Pride and Group Identity: New directions in theory and practice. New York and London: Routledge. p.110-123.

Padayachee, V. (2014) (1) The Political Economy of Restructuring South Africa, (2) Central Banking after the crisis, the South African case. In: The Oxford Companion  to South African Economics, pp. 156-163.

Academic journals

Adebanwi, W. (2014) The writer as social thinker. Journal of contemporary African studies. 32 (4), pp.405-420.

Alfers, L. & Rogan, M. (2014) Health Risks and Informal Employment in South Africa: Does Formality Protect Health? International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health.

Altman, M., Mokomane, Z. & Wright, G. (2014) Social security for young people amidst high poverty and unemployment: Some policy options for South Africa. Development Southern Africa. 31 (2), pp.347-362.

Badat, S. & Sayed, Y. (2014) Post-1994 South African Education: The Challenge of Social Justice. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 652 (2014), pp.127-148.

Honda, A., Ryan, M., Van Niekerk, R.D. & McIntyre, D. (2014) Improving the public health sector in South Africa: eliciting public preferences using a discrete choice experiment. Health Policy and Planning, 2014 (2014), pp.1-12.

Møller, V., Roberts, B., & Zani, D. (2014). “The Personal Wellbeing Index in the South African isiXhosa translation: A qualitative focus group study”. Social Indicators Research.

Møller, V. & Roberts, B.J. (2014). “South African Hopes and Fears Twenty Years into Democracy: A Replication of Hadley Cantril’s Pattern of Human Concerns”. Social Indicators Research.

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Posel, D. & Rogan, M.J. (2014) Measured as Poor versus Feeling Poor: Comparing Money-metric and Subjective Poverty Rates in South Africa. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities. 2014 (2014), pp.1-19.

Rogan, M. (2014) “Gender and Multi-Dimensional Poverty in South Africa.” Social Indicators Research.

Surender, R.M., Van Niekerk, R.D., Hannah, B.C., Allan, L. & Shung-King, M. (2014) The drive for universal healthcare in South Africa: views from private general practitioners. Health Policy and Planning. 2014 (2014), pp. 1-9.

Williams, G., Zeilig, L., Bujra, J. & Littlejohn, G. (2014) Editorial: Nao vamos esquecer (We will not forget). Review of African Political Economy. 41 (139), pp. 1-11.

Williams, G. (2014) Ruth First: political journalist, researcher and teacher. Journal of Contemporary African studies 32-01, pp. 1-22.

Williams, G. (2014) Ruth First: the analysis and practice of politics in South Africa. Review of African Political Economy 41 (139), pp. 18-37.

Wood, G., Dibben, P. & Klerck, G. (2014) “The Limits of Transnational Solidarity: The Congress of South African Trade Unions and the Swaziland and Zimbabwean Crises,” Labor History (54) 5. 

Working papers

Rogan, M. (2014) “Poverty May Have Declined, but Women and Female-Headed Households Still Suffer Most,” Econ 3x3 article: www.econ3x3.org.

Fryer, D. (2014) “LMIP-HSRC Seminar: Informality in the South African Labour Market in Context: Indicators of the Limits to Evidence - Based Research,” LMIP Working Paper No. 7.

Conference, colloquium & symposium presentations

Rogan, M. & Skinner, C. (2014) “Post-Crisis Trends in Informal Work” Paper presented at the 2nd Provincial ISIbalo User Group Symposium: 23 October 2014, East London.

Fryer, D. & Cattaneo, N. (2014) “Structural change, productivity and the middle income trap: South Africa in comparative perspective,” Paper prepared for the 2014 BRICS Academic Forum held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 18-19 March.

Cattaneo, N. & Fryer, D. (2014) “Structural Change, Productivity Growth and Employment: South African Development in Comparative Perspective,” Paper presented at the International Conference on Manufacturing-led Growth for Employment Equality co-hosted by the SA-EU Strategic Partnership Dialogue Facility and Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS), held in Johannesburg, 20-21 May.

Research reports

Rogan, M. & Reynolds, J. (2014). Annual Eastern Cape Labour Market Review 2014. NALSU Research Report 2. Grahamstown: Neil Aggett Labour Studies Unit, Rhodes University.

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