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1 Adato, Michelle, Michael R Carter, and Julian May. "Exploring poverty traps and social exclusion in South Africa using qualitative and quantitative data." The Journal of Development Studies 42, no. 2 (2006): 226-247.
2 Aguero, Jorge, Michael R Carter, and Julian May. "Poverty and inequality in the first decade of South Africa’s democracy: What can be learnt from panel data from KwaZulu-Natal?." Journal of African Economies 16, no. 5 (2007): 782-812.
3 Aguero, Jorge M, Michael R Carter, and Ingrid Woolard. "The impact of unconditional cash transfers on nutrition: The South African child support grant." Southern Africa labour and development research unit , no. 06/08 (2006).
4 Carter, Michael R, and John A Maluccio. "Social capital and coping with economic shocks: An analysis of stunting of South African children." World Development 31, no. 7 (2003): 1147-1163.
5 Carter, Michael R, and Julian May. "One kind of freedom: Poverty dynamics in post-apartheid South Africa." World Development 29, no. 12 (2001): 1987-2006.
6 Carter, Michael R, Julian May, Jorge Aguero, and Stephan Ravindranath. "The economic impacts of premature adult mortality: Panel data evidence from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa." AIDS (2007).
7 Carter, Michael R, and Julian May. "Getting ahead or falling behind? The dynamics of poverty in post-Apartheid South Africa." Draft paper: International Food Policy Research Institute, the University of Natal and the University of Wisconsin (1999).
8 May, Julian, and Michael Carter. "Agriculture: Analysis of the NIDS Wave 1 dataset." NIDS Discussion Paper no. 6 (2009).
9 May, Julian, Michael Carter, Lawrence Haddad, and John Maluccio. "KwaZulu-Natal income dynamics study (KIDS) 1993-1998: A longitudinal household data set for South African policy analysis." Development Southern Africa 17, no. 4 (2000): 567-581.
10 May, Julian, Michael R Carter, and Dori Posel. The composition and persistence of poverty in rural South Africa: An entitlements approach. Johannesburg, South Africa: Land and Agriculture Policy Centre, 1995.
11 May, Julian D, Jorge Aguero, Michael R Carter, and Ian M Timaeus. "The KwaZulu-Natal Income Dynamics Study (KIDS) third wave: Methods, first findings and an agenda for future research." Development Southern Africa 24, no. 5 (2007): 629-648.
12 Michael, Carter R, Julian May, John Maluccio, and Lawrence Haddad. "KwaZulu-Natal Income Dynamics Study (KIDS) 1993–98: A longitudinal household database for South African policy analysis." Development Southern Africa 17, no. 4 (2000): 567 -581.
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