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  • Coetzee D. and Johnson L. (2005) Sexually transmitted infections. In Abdool Karim S.S. and Abdool Karim Q. (eds). HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Cambridge University Press, Cape Town, pp. 193-202
     

  • Bradshaw D. and Dorrington R. (2005) AIDS-related mortality in South Africa. In Abdool Karim S.S. and Abdool Karim Q. (eds). HIV/AIDS in South Africa. Cambridge University Press, Cape Town, pp. 419-428
     

  • Budlender D. (2005) The Department of Labour. In P Parenzee (ed). Investigating the Implications of Ten Years of Democracy for Women. Institute for Democracy in South Africa: Cape Town, pp. 1-23.
     

  • Moultrie T.A. and Dorrington R.E. (2004) Demography. In Teugels J.L. and Sundt B. (eds). Encyclopaedia of Actuarial Science. Vol. 1. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons, pp. 448-459.
     

  • Moultrie T.A. and Dorrington R.E. (2004) Lexis Diagram. In Teugels J.L. and Sundt B. (eds). Encyclopaedia of Actuarial Science. Vol. 2. Chichester: John Wiley and Sons, pp. 973-975.
     

  • Bradshaw D., Pettifor A., MacPhail C. and Dorrington R.E. (2004) Trends in youth risk for HIV. In Ijumba P., Day C. and Ntuli A. (eds). South African Health Review. Johannesburg: Heath Systems Trust, pp. 135-145.
     

  • Dorrington R. (2003) Modelling the Epidemic: Why we should know a little more about models. In Desmond C., Karam L. and Steinberg M. (eds). Still Everybodys Business: The enlightening truth about AIDS. Metropolitan Group, Belville.
     

  • Doherty J. and McLeod H. (2003) Medical Schemes. In Ijumba P., Ntuli A. and Barron P. South African Health Review 2002. Health Systems Trust, pp. 41-66. Available: www.hst.org.za
     

  • Dorrington R. and Johnson L. (2002) Impacts: Epidemiological and Demographic. In Gow J. and Desmond C. (eds). Impacts and Interventions: the HIV/AIDS Epidemic and the Children of South Africa. University of Natal Press and UNICEF, Scottsville, pp. 13-57.
     

  • Budlender D., Hicks J. and Vetten L. (2002) South Africa: Expanding into diverse initiatives. In Budlender D. and Hewitt G. (eds). Gender Budgets Make More Cents: Country studies and good practice. Commonwealth Secretariat, London, pp. 152-170.
     

  • Serote P., Mager A. and Budlender D. (2001) Gender and development in South Africa in the 1990s. In Coetzee J., Graaff J., Hendricks F. and Wood G. (eds). Development Theory, Policy, and Practice. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 155-174.
     

  • Budlender D. (2001) The South African Women's Budget Initiative: What does it tell us about poverty alleviation? In Wilson F., Kanji N. and Braathen E. (eds). Poverty Reduction: What role for the state in today's globalized economy? New Africa Education Publishing, Claremont, pp. 327-340.

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