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Eyal, Katherine, and Ingrid Woolard. Female labour force participation and the child support grant in South Africa. : Researchgate, 2011.
Journal Article
Clarke, and Eyal. "Microeconomic determinants of spatial mobility in post-apartheid South Africa: Longitudinal evidence from the National Income Dynamics Study." Development Southern Africa 31, no. 1 (2014): 168-194.
Working Paper
Eyal, Katherine, and Ingrid Woolard. "Throwing the book at the CSG." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 53 (2011).
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Baigrie, Nic, and Katherine Eyal. "An evaluation of the determinants and implications of panel attrition in the National Income Dynamics Survey (2008-2010)." South African Journal of Economics 82, no. 1 (2014): 39-65.
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Eyal, Katherine, and Ingrid Woolard. "School enrolment and the child support grant: Evidence from South Africa." SALDRU Working Paper Number 125 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2013/7 , no. 125 (2013).
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Eyal, Katherine, and Justine Burns. "The intergenerational transmission of depression in South African adolescents." SALDRU Working Paper Number 200 , no. 200 (2017).
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Mthembu, Simeme, and Katherine Eyal. "Nurture surpasses nature: The intergenerational transmission of depression from African mothers to their adolescent children." SALDRU Working Paper Number 228 (2017).
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Eyal, Katherine, and Malcolm Keswell. "Identfying pure-income effects in an empirical model of labour supply: The case of the South African social pension." Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit , no. 19 (2008).
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Eyal, Katherine, and Lindokuhle Njozela. "What difference does a year make? The cumulative effect of missing cash transfers on schooling attainment." SALDRU Working Paper Number 186 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/13 , no. 186 (2016).
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Eyal, Katherine, and Justine Burns. "The parent trap: Cash transfers and the intergenerational transmission of depressive symptoms in South Africa." World Development (2019).
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