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ID Title Author
08/239 The Rise and Fall of the Weberian Analysis of Class in South Africa between 1949 and the early 1970s Jeremy Seekings
08/238 The ILO and Social Protection in the Global South, 1919-2005 Jeremy Seekings
08/237 Beyond ‘Fluidity': Kinship and Households as Social Projects Jeremy Seekings
08/236 Government Leadership and ARV Provision in Developing Countries Nicoli Nattrass
08/235 The influences of AIDS-related morbidity and mortality on change in urban households: An ethnographic study Rachel Bray
08/234 Testing the impact of health, subjective life expectancy and interaction with peers and parents on educational expectations, using Cape Area Panel Survey Data Ariane De Lannoy
08/233 The Learning for Living Project 2000-2004: A book-based approach to the learning of language in South African primary schools Eric Schollar
08/232 The consequences of AIDS related illness and death on households in the Eastern Cape David Neves
08/231 The mental health of people living with HIV/AIDS in Africa: A systematic review René Brandt
08/230 Exploring Concepts of Death and Subjective Life Expectancy: Understanding Young Adults' Perceptions of (in)- vulnerability Ariane De Lannoy
08/229 The impact of illness and death on migration back to the Eastern Cape David Neves
08/228 The dynamics of household formation and composition in the rural Eastern Cape David Neves;Andries du Toit
08/227 Mutual Monitoring and HIV/AIDS: A case study of a Labour-Intensive SME Walter Lindop
08/226 Concurrent Sexual Partnerships and HIV/AIDS among Youths in the Cape Metropolitan Area Timothy Mah
08/225 Concurrent Sexual Partnerships and HIV Transmission in Khayelitsha, South Africa Timothy Mah
08/224 Is it all chaos, loss and disruption? The narratives of poor, HIV-infected South African women René Brandt
08/223 Microeconomic Perspectives on Risky Sexual Behaviour Peter Schwardmann
08/222 Transnational networks of influence in South African AIDS treatment activism Eduard Grebe
08/221 Survey of beekeeping in South Africa Beatrice Conradie and Bronwyn Nortjé
08/220 Sex, Poverty and HIV Nicoli Nattrass
08/219 Are Country Reputations for Good and Bad Leadership on AIDS Deserved?: An Exploratory Quantitative Analysis Nicoli Nattrass
08/218 Networks of influence: A theoretical review and proposed approach to AIDS treatment activism Eduard Grebe
08/217 A Cross-Country Analysis of the Determinants of Antiretroviral Drug Coverage Peter Schwardmann
08/216 The Material and Political Bases of Lived Poverty in Africa: Insights from the Afrobarometer Robert Mattes
08/215 Attitudes of HIV Positive Patients in South Africa to African Traditional Healers and their Practices Sumaya Mall
08/214 Official government justifications and public ARV provision: a comparison of Brazil, Thailand and South Africa Kerry Mauchline
08/213 AIDS and Heritage Management in South Africa: The Case of Traditional Male Circumcision Harriet Deacon
08/212 “Uncritical Citizenship” in a “Low-Information” Society: Mozambicans in Comparative Perspective Carlos Shenga and Robert Mattes
08/211 Shaming and blaming: Medical myths, traditional health practitioners and HIV/AIDS in South Africa Joanne Wreford
08/210 Involving traditional health practitioners in HIV/AIDS interventions: Lessons from the Western Cape Province Jo Wreford with Monika Esser and Stefan Hippler
08/209 Myths, Masks and Stark Realities: Traditional African Healers, HIV/AIDS Narratives and Patterns of HIV/AIDS Avoidance Joanne Wreford
08/208 Swimming in Confustion: A Qualitative Study of Factors Affecting Uptake and Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment in South Africa Elizabeth Mills
07/207 Is the Treatment Action Campaign Effective? A Literature Review Nadia Oshry
07/206 Examining AIDS-Related Adult Mortality in the Kwazulu-Natal Income Dynamics Surveys: Employment, Earnings and Direct Mortality Costs Alex Sienaert
07/205 Challenging Dominant Policy Paradigms of Care for Children Orphaned by AIDS: Dynamic Patterns of Care in Kwazulu-Natal, Republic of South Africa Caroline Kuo and Don Operario
07/204 Commitment to Democracy in Mozambique: Performance Evaluations and Cognition. Evidence from Round 2 of the Afrobarometer Survey Data Carlos Shenga
07/203 Comparing AIDS Governance: A Research Agenda on Responses to the AIDS Epidemic Per Strand
07/202 Social Polarisation or Professionalisation? Another Look at Theory and Evidence Jacqueline Borel-Saladin and Owen Crankshaw
07/201 The Impact of Highly Active Antiretroviral Treatment (HAART) on Employment In Khayelitsha Celeste Coetzee
07/200 Poverty and Inequality after Apartheid Jeremy Seekings
07/199 Racial and Class Discrimination in Assessments of ´Just Desert´ in Post-Apartheid Cape Town Jeremy Seekings
07/198 Perceptions of Class and Income in Post-Apartheid Cape Town Jeremy Seekings
07/197 The role of HIV literacy - A community health worker perspective Annabelle Wienand
07/196 HIV/AIDS risk perceptions and first sexual intercourse among youth in Cape Town, South Africa Kermyt G. Anderson, Ann M. Beutel and Brendan Maughan-Brown
07/195 Who holds power in post-apartheid South Africa? Jeremy Seekings
07/194 Race, discrimination and diversity in South Africa Jeremy Seekings
07/193 Deserving individuals and groups: Justifying the shape of South Africa's welfare state Jeremy Seekings
07/192 Modelling the relationship between antiretroviral treatment and HIV prevention: The limits of Spectrum's AIDS Impact Model in a changing policy environment Nicoli Nattrass
07/191 Educational decision-making in an era of AIDS: Exploring the narratives of affected young adults in the Cape Flats Ariane De Lannoy
07/190 The stuff that dreams are made of… Narratives on educational decision-making among young adults in Cape Town Ariane De Lannoy
07/189 Modeling the impact of AIDS on the perceived value of education using survey data Ariane De Lannoy
07/188 Visual learning approaches to HIV/AIDS education Annabelle Wienand
07/187 Playing the 'love game': Sexual decision-making amongst African girls in a Cape Town community. LaurenéKahn
07/186 Sexual abstinence: a qualitative study of white, English-speaking girls in a Cape Town community LaurenéKahn
07/185 Experiences and perceptions of HIV/AIDS-related stigma amongst people on antiretroviral treatment in Khayelitsha, South Africa Brendan Maughan-Brown
07/184 Existing sexual risk behaviour among patients receiving antiretroviral treatment in Umlazi, Kwazulu-Natal Lene Leonhardsen
07/183 Public opinion research in emerging democracies: are the processes different? Robert Mattes
07/182 Encouraging deadly choices: AIDS pseudo-science in the media Nathan Geffen
07/181 Impact of the sectoral determination for farm workers on the South African sugar industry: Case study of the Kwazulu-Natal north and south coasts Justin Murray and Corné van Walbeek
07/180 The aura of silence: a psychosocial analysis of stigma amongst students working in the field of HIV and AIDS at the University of Cape Town Sara Cooper and Don Foster
06/179 The political economy of antiretroviral drugs Eduardo Bruera
06/178 AIDS, gender and access to antiretroviral treatment in South Africa Nicoli Nattrass
06/177 Revisiting Labour Casualisation on Fruit Farms in the Western Cape Beatrice Conradie
06/176 AIDS and the Scientific Governance of Medicine in South Africa Nicoli Nattrass
06/175 Gendering the therapeutic citizen: ARVs and reproductive health Lisa Ann Richey
06/174 The determinants of perceived health and labour force participation of people with HIV/AIDS in Khayelitsha, South Africa Celeste Coetzee and Ali Tasiran
06/173 Metropolitanisation and political change in South Africa Robert Cameron and Alicia Alvarez
06/172 The impact of HAART on the reproductive decision making process of HIV positive people in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Vezumuzi Ndlovu
06/171 Gender and reproductive decision-making among couples with HIV/AIDS in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe Vezumuzi Ndlovu
06/170 Facilitating relationships between African traditional healing and western medicine in South Africa in the time of AIDS: a case study from the Western Cape Jo Thobeka Wreford with Stefan Hippler and Monika Esser
06/169 An evaluation of body mapping as a potential HIV/AIDS educational tool Annabelle Wienand
06/168 Boundaries and Crossing Points: Children, Geography and Identity in the Fish Hoek Valley Imke Gooskens
06/167 Determinants of Job Search Strategies: Evidence from the Khayelitsha/Mitchell's Plain Survey Volker Schoer and Murray Leibbrandt
06/166 Does mental health matter for poor, HIV infected women/mothers in the era of HAART? René Brandt
06/165 Quantifying Stigma in the Adult Population of Cape Town Brendan Maughan-Brown
06/164 "Pa's pension": The Origins of Non-Contributory Old-Age Pensions in late Colonial Barbados Jeremy Seekings
06/163 Why do People Disclose their HIV Status? Qualitative Evidence from a Group of Activist Women in Khayelitsha Colin Almeleh
06/162 A Silent Revolution: South African Voters during the first Years of Democracy 1994-2006 Collette Schulz-Herzenberg
06/161 Antiretroviral Treatment in the Western Cape: A Success Story facilitated by the Global Fund Trude Holm Naimak
06/160 Can Parliaments Enhance the Quality of Democracy on the African Continent? An Analysis of Institutional Capacity and Public Perceptions Lia Nijzink, Shaheen Mozaffar and Elisabete Azevedo
06/159 The Carnegie Commission and the Backlash Against Welfare State-Building in South Africa, 1931-1937 Jeremy Seekings
06/158 South Africa's 'Rollout' of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy: A Critical Assessment Nicoli Nattrass
06/157 HIV Illness Meanings and Collaborative Healing Strategies in South Africa Elizabeth Mills
06/156 Ambiguities of 'Culture' and the Antiretroviral Rollout in South Africa Adam Ashforth and Nicoli Nattrass
06/155 The Quest for Healing in South Africa's Age of AIDS Nicoli Nattrass
06/154 'Not a Single White person should be allowed to go under': Swartgevaar and the Origins of South Africa's Welfare State, 1924-1929 Jeremy Seekings
06/153 Negotiating Healing: The Politics of Professionalisation amongst Traditional Healers in Kwazulu-Natal Annie Devenish
06/152 Employment Guarantee or Minimum Income? Workfare and Welfare in Developing Countries Jeremy Seekings
06/151 Who Consults Sangomas in Khayelitsha? An Exploratory Quantitative Analysis Nicoli Nattrass
06/150 Talking with the white: Sharing the experiences of white sangoma in contemporary South Africa Jo Wreford
06/149 Echoes of Lysenko: State-sponsored pseudo-science in South Africa Nathan Geffen
06/148 Improving the Efficiency of Monitoring Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy: A Case Study of the Introduction of Electronic Technologies in Gugulethu, South Africa Xanthe Wessels, Nicoli Nattrass and Ulrike Rivett
06/147 Disability and welfare in South Africa's era of unemployment and Aids Nicoli Nattrass
06/141 Examining the link between measures of social capital and democracy Tracy Jooste
06/140 Measuring social capital in Cape Town: providing a more nuanced perspective of trust and networks Tracy Jooste
05/142 The Amy Biehl HIV/AIDS peer educators programme: An impact assessment of the valued benefits and disbenefits for the programme participants Stephen Porter and Kim Wale
05/139 What is childcare really about? An ethnographic analysis of care relationships in a resource-poor community Rachel Bray and René Brandt
05/138 Negotiating relationships between biomedicine and sangoma: Fundamental misunderstandings, avoidable mistakes Jo Wreford
05/137 'There is no other way out' Educational decision-making in an era of AIDS: how do HIV-positive mothers value education? Ariane de Lannoy
05/136 Does space and place matter? Perspectives from girls growing up a Cape Town neighbourhood created under Apartheid Sue Moses
05/135 Maternal Well-Being, Childcare and Child Adjustment in the Context of HIV/AIDS: What does the Psychological Literature say? René Brandt
05/134 Emerging legislature or rubber stamp? The South African national assembly after ten years of democracy Joel Barkan
05/133 The State of the Labour Market in South Africa after the First Decade of Democracy Rulof Burger and Ingrid Woolard
05/132 Testing for a common latent variable in a linear regression: Or how to "fix" a bad variable by adding multiple proxies for it Martin Wittenberg
05/131 Hindrances to Self-employment Activity: Evidence from the 2000 Khayelitsha/Mitchell's Plain Survey Paul Cichello
05/130 Financial instruments of the poor: Initial findings from the financial diaries study Daryl Collins
05/129 Surviving Unemployment without State Support: Unemployment and Household Formation in South Africa Stephen Klasen and Ingrid Woolard
05/128 The Democratic Impact of Traditional Cultural Values in Africa and Asia: The Cases of South Korea and South Africa Robert Mattes and Doh Chull Shin
05/127 'But where are our moral heroes?': An analysis of South African press reporting on children affected by HIV/AIDS Helen Meintjies and Rachel Bray
05/126 The Colour of Desert: Race, Class and Distributive Justice in Post-Apartheid South Africa Jeremy Seekings
05/125 The Mutability of Distributive Justice Attitudes in South Africa Jeremy Seekings
05/124 Inequality and Diversity in Cape Town: An Introduction and User's Guide to the 2005 Cape Area Study Jeremy Seekings with Tracy Jooste, Mirah Langer and Brendan Maughan Brown
05/123 Attrition in the Khayelitsha Panel Study (2000-2004) Jeremy Magruder and Nicoli Nattrass
05/122 The Basic Homework on Basic Income Grants in South Africa Sean Archer
05/121 Chronic and Structural Poverty in South Africa: Challenges for Action and Research? Andries du Toit
05/120 Coping with HIV/AIDS: A Case Study of the Psychological Experiences of Poor, HIV Positive Mothers and Women Caregivers on HAART René Brandt
05/119 Relationships between adolescents and adults: the significance of narrative and context Sarah Shelmerdine
05/118 Labour Force Withdrawal of the Elderly in South Africa David Lam, Murray Leibbrandt, Vimal Ranchhod
05/117 An Exploratory Analysis of Cross-Country Access to Antiretroviral Treatment Nicoli Nattrass
05/116 Health Seeking Behavior in Northern KwaZulu-Natal Anne Case, Alicia Menendez, Cally Ardington
05/115 Enhancing Rural Road Policy: The Case for the Incorporation of the Capabilities Approach into Rural Road Appraisal in Africa Stephen Porter
05/114 Democracy, Traditional Leadership and the International Economy in South Africa Thomas Koelble
05/113 The School Day in South Africa Martin Wittenberg
05/112 Informal Savings Groups in South Africa: Investing in Social Capital Margaret Irving
05/111 Partisan Realignment in Cape Town, 1994-2004 Jeremy Seekings
05/110 ´´We are not Fresh´´: HIV-Positive Women talk of their Experience of living with their Spoiled Identity Poul Rohleder and Kerry Gibson
05/109 Asset-based versus money metric poverty indices in South Africa: An assessment using the Chronic Poverty Research Centre RSA 2002 Survey David Crosoer, Murray Leibbrandt and Ingrid Woolard
05/108 ´We can help!´ - A Literature Review of Current Practice involving Traditional African Healers in Biomedical HIV/AIDS Interventions in South Africa Jo Wreford
05/107 Ahoy the Good Hope? Some Bearings and Signals in Seldom-Navigated Waters - on Inequality in South Africa´s Coloured and African Population Sten Dieden
05/106 The Sensitivity of Estimates of Post-Apartheid Changes in South African Poverty and Inequality to key Data Imputations Cally Ardington, David Lam, Murray Leibbrandt and Matthew Welch
05/105 Narratives of sexual abstinence: A qualitative study of female adolescents in a Cape Town community LaurenéKahn
05/104 Prospects for Basic Income in Developing Countries: A Comparative Analysis of Welfare Regimes in the South Jeremy Seekings
05/103 Ethics and the Everyday: Reconsidering Approaches to Research Involving Children Rachel Bray and Imke Gooskens
05/102 An Analysis of Economic Infrastructure Investment in South Africa Peter Perkins, Johann Fedderke, John Luiz
05/101 Forgotten by the Highway: Globalisation, Adverse Incorporation and Chronic Poverty in a Commercial Farming District Andries du Toit
04/100 Beyond the Disease of Discrimination: A Critical Analysis of HIV-Related Stigma in KTC, Cape Town Elizabeth Mills
04/099 Social Security and HIV/AIDS: Assessing ´´Disability´´ in the Context of ARV Treatment Brett Simchowitz
04/098 Estimates of Labour Demand Elasticities and Elasticities of Substitution using Firm-Level Manufacturing Data Alberto Behar
04/097 The Impact of Parental Death on School Enrollment and Achievement: Longitudinal Evidence from South Africa Anne Case and Cally Ardington
04/096 The Longlife AIDS-Advocacy Intervention: An Exploration into Public Disclosure Colin Almeleh
04/095 The Mystery of South Africa´s Ghost Workers in 1996: Measurement and Mismeasurement in the Manufacturing Census, Population Census and October Household Surveys Martin Wittenberg
04/094 Experiences of HIV/AIDS Diagnosis, Disclosure and Stigma in an Urban Informal Settlement in the Cape Peninsula: A Qualitative Exploration LaurenéKahn
04/093 The Economy-Wide Impacts of the Labour Intensification of Infrastructure Expenditure in South Africa Anna McCord and Dirk Ernst van Seventer
04/092 Democracy as a Lesser Evil: Testing the Churchillian Notion of Democracy in South Africa and South Korea Doh Shin and Jason Wells
04/091 The Potential Drain of Potential Brains Robert Mattes and Namhla Mniki
04/090 Wages and wage elasticities for wine and table grapes in South Africa Beatrice Conradie
04/089 Voter Information, Government Evaluations and Party Images, 1994-2004 Robert Mattes
04/088 Treatment for HIV/AIDS in the Workplace: A Case Study of a Mine in Botswana Fredah Medupe and Kathleen Collins
04/087 Determinants of the Choice of Health Care Facility Utilised by Individuals in HIV/AIDS-affected Households in the Free State Province of South Africa Martine Visser and Frikkie Booysen
04/086 The Results of Election ´04: Looking Back, Stepping Forward Jessica Piombo
04/085 The Instituions of Representative Democracy Lia Nijzink and Jessica Piombo
04/084 Measuring Recent Changes in South African Inequality and Poverty using 1996 and 2001 Census Data by Murray Leibbrandt, Laura Poswell, Pranushka Naidoo, Matthew Welch and Ingrid Woolard Murray Leibbrandt, Laura Poswell, Pranushka Naidoo, Matthew Welch and Ingrid Woolard
04/083 Social and Economic Change since 1994: The Electoral Implications by Jeremy Seekings Jeremy Seekings
04/082 Trading-off Income and Health: AIDS and the Disability Grant in South Africa by Nicoli Nattrass Nicoli Nattrass
04/081 The Impact of Health on Poverty: Evidence from the South African Integrated Family Survey by Susan Godlonton and Malcolm Keswell Susan Godlonton, Malcolm Keswell
04/080 Men and ARVs: How does being a Man affect Access to Antiretroviral Therapy in South Africa? An Investigation among Xhosa-Speaking Men in Khayelitsha by Daniel Beck Daniel Beck
04/079 Public Works: Policy Expectations and Programme Reality Anna McCord
04/078 Race and trust in post-apartheid South Africa Justine Burns
04/077 Corruption, Governance Performance and Political Trust in Nigeria Etannibi Alemika
04/076 The Post-Apartheid Distributional Regime Jeremy Seekings and Nicoli Nattrass
04/075 Income Inequality After Apartheid Jeremy Seekings with Murray Leibbrandt and Nicoli Nattrass
04/074 Measuring HIV/AIDS Stigma Brendan Maughan-Brown
04/073 Links Between Migration, Poverty and Health: Evidence From Khayelitsha and Mitchell´s Plain David Ndegwa, Dudley Horner and Faldie Esau
04/072 How Context Mediates the Effects of Electoral Institutions on the Structure of Party Systems in Africa's Emerging Democracies Shaheen Mozaffar
04/071 Living on AIDS Treatment: A Socio-Economic Profile of Africans Receiving Antiretroviral Therapy in Khayelitsha, Cape Town Celeste Coetzee and Nicoli Nattrass
04/070 Legitimacy, Rule of Law and Violent Conflicts in Africa Etannibi Alemika
04/069 Media Coverage and the Election: Were Some Parties More Equal than Others? Gavin Davis
04/068 Transactional Sex and the Pursuit of Modernity Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala
04/067 Understanding Black Households in Southern Africa: The African Kinship Margo Russell
04/066 Financial Services and the Informal Economy Cally Ardington and Murray Leibbrandt
04/065 Savings, Insurance and Debt over the Post-Apartheid Period: A Review of Cally Ardington, David Lam, Leibbrandt, Murray and James Levinsohn
04/064 Body Perceptions of HIV and AIDS: The Memory Box Project Gioconda Vasquez
04/063 Political Institutions, Social Demographics and the Decline of Ethnic Mobilisation in South Africa, Jessica Piombo
04/062 Mapping Bodies: Corporeal Erasure and Re-presentation in Anya Subotzky
04/061 The 2003 Cape Area Study (CAS 3): A User´s Guide Jeremy Seekings, Karin Alexander, Tracy Jooste and Isaac Matzner
04/060 Institutional Design, Cultural Diversity and Economic Solidarity: Jeremy Seekings
03/059 Savings and Savers: An Analysis of Saving Behaviour among Cape Town´s Poor Ross Esson
03/058 Employment, Group Membership and Risk-Pooling Behaviour: Field Evidence from South Africa Malcolm Keswell
03/057 Migration in the Context of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Evidence from the Free State Province. Frikkie Booysen
03/056 The Role of Social Grants in Mitigating the Socio-Economic Impact of HIV/AIDS: Evidence from the Free State Province. Frikkie Booysen
03/055 Car Watch: Clocking Informal Parking Attendants in Cape Town Jesse Bernstein
03/054 Integration into the South African Core Economy: Household Level Covariates Sten Dieden
03/053 Working with Ambivalence: Finding a Positive Identity for HIV/AIDS in South Africa Joanne Stein, Talya Soskolne, Kerry Gibson
03/052 Hiring Patterns, Firm-Level Dynamics and HIV/AIDS: A Case Study of Small Firms on the Cape Flats Celeste Coetzee
03/051 Labour, Wages and Minimum Wage Compliance in the Brederivier Valley Six Months after the Introduction of Minimum Wages Beatrice Conradie
03/050 Bridges and Bonds: List Proportional Representation and Campaigning in South Africa Gavin Davis
03/049 An Overview of the Performance and Potential of Public Works Programmes in South Africa Anna McCord
03/048 Learning about Democracy in Africa: Awareness,Performance, and Experience Robert Mattes and Michael Bratton
03/047 Sorrow Makes Children of Us All: A Literature Review on the Psycho-Social Impact of HIV/AIDS on Children Jo Stein
03/046 HIV/AIDS Stigma: The Latest Dirty Secret Jo Stein
03/045 Who Does the Housework? An Examination of South African Children´s Working Roles Rachel Bray
03/044 Young People´s Social Networks, Confidants and Issues of Reproductive Health Anne Bakilana, Faldie Esau
03/043 Unemployment and AIDS: The Social-Democratic Challenge for South Africa Nicoli Nattrass
03/042 Providing Antiretroviral Treatment for All Who Need it in South Africa Nicoli Nattrass and Nathan Geffen
03/041 Panel Attrition in Survey Data: A Literature Review Una Lee
03/040 Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy and Risky Sex: Is there a Link? Nicoli Nattrass
03/039 The ´´Risk Gap´´, Its Determinants and Economic Implications Paul Anderson
03/038 Reservation Wages - Measurement and Determinants: Evidence from the Khayelitsha/Mitchell´s Plain (KMP) Survey Richard Walker
03/037 What´s News: Perspectives on HIV/AIDS advocacy in the South African Media Jo Stein
03/036 Does Ethinicity Determine Electoral Behaviour Pippa Norris & Robert Mattes
03/035 The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Local-level Democracy Ryan Manning
03/034 The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Democracy in Southern Africa: What do we know, What need to know, and Why?´´ Robert Mattes & Ryan Manning
03/033 Moving Beyond the Margins: A Narrative Analysis of the Life Stories of Talia Soskolne
03/032 Do South Africa´s Unemployed Constitute an Underclass? Jeremy Seekings
03/031 Social Stratification and Inequality in South Africa at the End of Apartheid Jeremy Seekings
03/030 How Do we Know What to do? The Importance of Experimentation in Designing Programmes and Policies to Improve South African Schooling Jeremy Seekings
03/029 Predicting the Social Consequences of Orphanhood in South Africa Rachel Bray
03/028 The Cost of HIV Prevention and Treatment Interventions in South Africa Nathan Geffen, Nicoli Nattrass and Chris Raubenheimer
02/027 Poverty, Survival and Democracy in Southern Africa Robert Mattes, Michael Bratton, Yul Derek Davids
02/026 The Employment of Domestic Workers by Black Urban Households Margo Russel
02/025 Comparing Alternative Measures of Household Income: Evidence from Jolene Skordis and Matthew Welch
02/024 Unemployment and Distributive Justice in South Africa: Some Jeremy Seekings
02/023 Missing Links? An Examination of the Contributions Made by Social Rachel Bray
02/022 How Important is Education for Getting Ahead in South Africa? Malcolm Keswell and Laura Poswell
02/021 The ´´Status´´ of Giving in South Africa: An Empirical Investigation into the Behaviour and Attitudes of South Africans towards Redistribution Claire Pengelly
02/020 Race, Inequality and Urbanisation in the Johannesburg Region, 1946-1996 Owen Crankshaw and Sue Parnell
02/019 Public Works as a Response to Labour Market Failure in South Africa Anna McCord
02/018 AIDS and Human Security in Southern Africa Nicoli Nattrass
02/017 Are Urban Black Families Nuclear? A Comparative Study of Black and Margo Russell
02/016 Popular Attitudes towards the South African Electoral System Roger Southall and Robert Mattes
02/015 A Matter of Timing: Migration and Housing Access in Metropolitan J. Beall, O. Crankshaw and S.Parnell
02/014 Perceptions of and Attitudes to HIV/AIDS Among Young Adults at the Susan Levine and Fiona Ross
02/013 Devising Social Security Interventions for Maximum Poverty Impact Servaas van der Berg and Caryn Bredenkamp
02/012 Unemployment, Employment and Labour-Force participation in Khayelitsha/Mitchell´s Plain Nicoli Nattrass
02/011 Examining HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa through the eyes of ordinary Alan Whiteside, Robert Mattes, S. Willan, Ryan Manning
02/010 Indicators of Performance in South Africa´s Public School System? Jeremy Seekings
02/009 Youth, HIV/AIDS and the Importance of Sexual Culture and Context Suzanne Leclerc-Madlala
02/008 Beyond Informed Choice: Infant Feeding Dilemmas for Women in Low-Resource Communities of High HIV Prevalence Louise Kuhn
02/007 AIDS Growth and Distribution in South Africa Nicoli Nattrass
02/006 The Uneven Development of Quantitative Social Science in South Africa Jeremy Seekings
01/005 From the Coalface: A Study of the Response of a South African Colliery to the Threat of Aids Carolyn Kennedy
01/004 Paying to Waste Lives: The Affordability of Reducing Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV in South Africa Jolene Skordis & Nicoli Nattrass
01/003 The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Macro Market Environment Veni Naidu
01/002 How do the youth in two communities make decisions about using condoms? Donald Skinner
01/001 Ethics, Economics and AIDS Policy in South Africa Nicoli Nattrass
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