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Journal Article
Koch, Steven F, and Naomi Setshegetso. "Catastrophic health expenditures arising from out-of-pocket payments: Evidence from South African income and expenditure surveys." PLOS ONE 15, no. 8 (2020): 1-14.
Journal Article
Ahiadeke, Clement, Douglas Gurak, and Steven J Schwager. "Breastfeeding behavior and infant survival with emphasis on reverse causation bias: Some evidence from Nigeria." Biodemography and Social Biology 47, no. 1-2 (2000): 94-113.
Working Paper
Bosch, Adél, Matthew Clance, and Steven F Koch. "Household debt and consumption dynamics: A non-developed world view following the financial crisis." University of Pretoria Working Papers (2021).
Working Paper
Bosch, Adel, and Steven F Koch. "Using a natural experiment to examine tobacco tax regressivity." ERSA working paper 434 , no. 434 (2014).
Working Paper
Bosch, Adél, and Steven F Koch. "Individual and household debt: Does imputation choice matter?." University of Pretoria Working Papers , no. 202141 (2021).
Journal Article
Chelwa, Grieve, and Steven F Koch. "The effect of tobacco expenditure on expenditure shares in South African households: A genetic matching approach." PLOS ONE 14, no. 9 (2019): 1-16.
Journal Article
Dunga, Steven Henry. "Analysis of the demand for private healthcare in South Africa." Studia Universitatis Babes Bolyai - Oeconomica 64, no. 1 (2019): 59-70.
Journal Article
Esho, Tammary, Steven Van Van Wolputte, and Paul Enzlin. "The socio-cultural-symbolic nexus in the perpetuation of female genital cutting: a critical review of existing discourses." Afrika Focus 24, no. 2 (2011): 53-70.
Thesis or Dissertation
Gordon L, Steven. "Gender differences in self-employment characteristics in post-apartheid South Africa: A detailed analysis of the self-employed." Masters (M.A.), University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2010.
Thesis or Dissertation
Kent, Steven. "Educational inputs and student outcomes in South Africa." Master's thesis, University of Cape Town, 2003.
Working Paper
Koch, Steve. "The AID and MAID System: South African household data pitfalls." Economic Research in Southern Africa Working Paper , no. 24 (2005).
Working Paper
Koch, Steven. "The aid and maid system: South African data pitfalls." Economic Research in Southern Africa Working Paper , no. 24 (2005).
Journal Article
Koch, Steven, and Olfunke Alaba. "On health insurance and household decisions: A treatment effect analysis." Social Science & Medicine 70, no. 2 (2010): 175-182.
Working Paper
Koch, Stephen F, and Evelyn Tshela. "The impact of diabetes on labour market outcomes." UP Economics Working Papers , no. 109 (2020).
Journal Article
Koch F, Steven. "Catastrophic health payments: Does the equivalence scale matter?." Health and Policy Planning 33, no. 8 (2018): 966-973.
Working Paper
Koch F, Steven. "Trends in South African household alcohol consumption risk factors." University of Pretoria, Department of Economics Working Paper Series , no. 2006-19 (2006).
Working Paper
Koch F, Steven. "Inflation and the household: Towards a measurement of the welfare costs of inflation." South African Reserve Bank Working Paper , no. 02 (2009).
Working Paper
Koch, Steven F, Marc Ground, and Dylan van Wyk. "South African household expenditure patterns: Alcohol products in 1995 and 2000." University of Pretoria, Department of Economics Working Paper Series , no. 2006-15 (2006).
Journal Article
Koch, Steven F, and Jeffrey S Racine. "Healthcare facility choice and user fee abolition: Regression discontinuity in a multinomial choice setting." Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, Series A (Statistics in Society) 179, no. 4 (2016): 927-950.
Journal Article
Koch, Steven F, and Naomi Setshegetso. "Progressivity of out-of-pocket payments and its determinants decomposed over time." Development Southern Africa 0, no. 0 (2021): 1-19.
Report
Martin, Michael O, Ina V Mullis, Eugenio J Gonzalez, and Steven J Chrostowski. TIMSS 2003 international science report: Findings from IEA’s Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study at the Fourth and Eighth Grades. Chestnut Hill, MA: International Study Center, Lynch School of Education, Boston College, 2004.
Report
Martin, Michael O, Ina V Mullis, Eugenio J Gonzalez, Kelvin D Gregory, Teresa A Smith, Steven J Chrostowski, Robert A Garden, and Kathleen M O’Connor. TIMSS 1999 international science report: Findings from IEA’s repeat of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study at the eighth grade. Chestnut Hill, MA: International Study Center, Boston College, 2000.
Report
Mullis, Ina V, Kelvin D Gregory, Robert A Garden, Kathleen M O’Connor, Steven J Chrostowski, Teresa A Smith, Eugenio J Gonzalez, and Michael O Martin. TIMSS 1999 international mathematics report: Findings from IEA's repeat of the Third International Mathematics and Science Study at the eighth grade. Chestnut Hill, MA: International Study Center, Boston College, 2000.
Report
Mullis, Ina V, Michael O Martin, Edward G Fierros, Amie L Goldberg, and Steven E Stemler. Gender differences in achievement: IEA's Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS). Chestnut Hill, MA: International Study Center, Boston College, 2000.
Report
Mullis, Ina V, Michael O Martin, Eugenio J Gonzalez, and Steven J Chrostowski. TIMSS 2003 international mathematics report: Findings From IEA’s Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study at the Fourth and Eighth Grades. Chestnut Hill, MA: International Study Center, Lynch School of Education, Boston College, 2004.
Journal Article
Omotoso, Kehinde O, and Steven F Koch. "Assessing changes in social determinants of health inequalities in South Africa : A decomposition analysis." International Journal for Equity in Health (2018).
Report
Rosser, Erica, Howard Choi, Deborah Murdoch, Waverly Rennie, Leslie R Lugo, Tonja C Balogun, and Steven A Harvey. Willingness to use and pay for a new diagnostic test for gonorrhea and chlamydia in high risk asymptomatic populations: Results from Benin, Peru, and Tanzania. Seattle, USA: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation , 2009.
Report
Rosser, Erica, Lauren Kleutsch, Howard Choi, John Holley, Sumana Brahman, and Steven A Harvey. Willingness to use and pay for a new diagnostic test for bacterial acute lower respiratory infection (ALRI) in children under 5: Results from Benin, Peru, and Tanzania. Seattle, USA: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, 2009.
Journal Article
Ye, Yuxiang, Steven F Koch, and Jiangfeng Zhang. "Determinants of household electricity consumption in South Africa." Energy Economics (2018).
Working Paper
Yeú, Yuxiang, and Steven F Koch. "Measuring energy poverty in South Africa based on household required energy consumption." ERSA Working Paper , no. 843 (2020).
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