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Working Paper
Dasgupta, Shouro, and Johannes Emmerling. "COVID-19 lockdown led to an unprecedented increase in inequality." (2021).
Book
Blas, Erik S, Johannes Sommerfeld, and Anand S Kurup. Social determinants approaches to public health: from concept to practice. 2011.
Book
Okwero, Peter, Ajay Tandon, Susan Sparkes, Julie McLaughlin, and Johannes G Hoogeveen. Fiscal space for health in Uganda. Washington, DC, USA: World Bank Publications, 2010.
Journal Article
Tsheola, Johannes, and Olga Makhudu. "Governance of land in South Africa and the fallacious Bantustan urbanisation." Bangladesh e-Journal of Sociology 16, no. 1 (2019).
Journal Article
Fedderke, Johannes. "The structure of growth in the South African economy: Factor accumulation and total factor productivity growth 1970-97." South African Journal of Economics 70, no. 4 (2002): 282-299.
Journal Article
Fedderke, Johannes, and J M Luiz. "Production of educational output: Time-series evidence from socioeconomically heterogeneous populations—the case of South Africa, 1927–1993." Economic Development and Cultural Change 51, no. 1 (2002): pp. 1-0.
Working Paper
Hoogeveen, Johannes G, and Berk Özler. "Not separate, not equal: Poverty and inequality in post-apartheid South Africa." William Davidson Institute Working Paper no. 739 , no. 739 (2005).
Journal Article
Croke, Kevin, Andrew Dabalen, Gabriel Demombynes, Marcelo Giugale, and Johannes Hoogeveen. "Collecting high-frequency data using mobile phones: Do timely data lead to accountability?." POVERTY REDUCTION AND ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT NETWORK (PREM) , no. 102 (2013).
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Ware, Lisa J, Kirsten L Rennie, Lebo F Gafane, Tarryn M Nell, Jane E Thompson, Johannes M Van Rooyen, Rudolph Schutte, and Aletta E Schutte. "Masked hypertension in low-income South African adults." The Journal of Clinical Hypertension 18, no. 5 (2016): 396-404.
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Kadt, Daniel, Johan Fourie, Jan Greyling, Elie Murard, and Johannes Norling. "Correlates and consequences of the 1918 Influenza in South Africa." South African Journal of Economics 89, no. 2 (2021): 173-195.
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