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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.
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.
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).
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.
Book
Blas, Erik S, Johannes Sommerfeld, and Anand S Kurup. Social determinants approaches to public health: from concept to practice. 2011.
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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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).
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Norling, Johannes. "Education and employment following apartheid protests." Explorations in Economic History (2020).
Working Paper
Dasgupta, Shouro, and Johannes Emmerling. "COVID-19 lockdown led to an unprecedented increase in inequality." (2021).
Journal Article
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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