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201011: Inflation and Economic Growth in Latin America: Some Panel Time-Series Evidence Downloads
Manoel Bittencourt
201010: Role of Governance in Explaining Domestic Investment in Nigeria Downloads
Olusegun Akanbi
201009: Financial Market Liberalization, Monetary Policy, and Housing Price Dynamics
Rangan Gupta, Marius Jurgilas, Stephen Miller and Dylan van Wyk
201008: An In-Sample and Out-of-Sample Empirical Investigation of the Nonlinearity in House Prices of South Africa
Mehmet Balcilar, Rangan Gupta and Zahra Shah
201007: Forecasting Monetary Rules in South Africa
Ruthira Naraidoo and Ivan Paya
201006: Financial asset prices, linear and nonlinear policy rules. An In-sample assessment of the reaction function of the South African Reserve Bank
Ruthira Naraidoo and Ndahiriwe Kasai
201005: Zone targeting monetary policy preferences and financial market conditions: a flexible nonlinear policy reaction function of the SARB monetary policy
Ruthira Naraidoo and Leroi Raputsoane
201004: Optimal monetary policy reaction function in a model with target zones and asymmetric preferences for South Africa
Ruthira Naraidoo and Leroi Raputsoane
201003: Border Tax Adjustments to Negate the Economic Impact of an Electricity Generation Tax Downloads
Reyno Seymore, Margaret Mabugu and Jan Van Heerden
201002: Evaluating the Welfare Cost of Inflation in a Monetary Endogenous Growth General Equilibrium Model: The Case of South Africa
Rangan Gupta and Josine Uwilingiye
201001: Private and Public Health Expenditures in an Endogenous Growth Model with Inflation Targeting
Rangan Gupta and Cobus Vermeulen
200931: Social Ingredients and Conditional Convergence in the Study of Sectoral Growth Downloads
Jacques Kibabmbe, Renee van Eyden and Charlotte du Toit
200930: Modelling the impact of automatic fiscal stabilisers on output stabilisation in South Africa Downloads
Jacques Kibabmbe and Nicolaas Schoeman
200929: Do Neighbors of Host Countries Matter to Aggregate US FDI Outflows? Downloads
Francis Kemegue
200928: Pattern of Interdependence of Aggregate FDI from the Same Source Country Downloads
Francis Kemegue
200927: Forecasting the US Real House Price Index: Structural and Non-Structural Models with and without Fundamentals
Rangan Gupta, Alain Kabundi and Stephen Miller
200926: Could We Have Predicted the Recent Downturn in Home Sales of the Four US Census Regions?
Rangan Gupta, Christian Tipoy and Sonali Das
200925: Has the SARB Become More Effective Post Inflation Targeting?
Rangan Gupta, Alain Kabundi and Mampho Modise
200924: An Analysis of the Inward Cross-border Mergers and Acquisitions in the UK: A Macroeconomic Perspective
Agyenim Boateng, Ruthira Naraidoo and Moshfique Uddin
200923: Financial Market Conditions, Real Time, Nonlinearity and European Central Bank Monetary Policy: In-Sample and Out-of-Sample Assessment
Costas Milas and Ruthira Naraidoo
200922: Convergence of Metropolitan House Prices in South Africa: A Re-Examination Using Efficient Unit Root Tests
Sonali Das, Rangan Gupta and Patrick Kaya
200921: Polarisation, Populism and Hyperinflation[s]: Some Evidence from Latin America Downloads
Manoel Bittencourt
200920: THE IMPACT OF AN ELECTRICITY GENERATION TAX ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN ECONOMY Downloads
Reyno Seymore, Philip Adams, Margaret Mabugu, Jan Van Heerden and James Blignaut
200919: THE COMPETITIVENESS IMPACT OF A MULTILATERAL ELECTRICITY GENERATION TAX Downloads
Reyno Seymore, Margaret Mabugu and Jan Van Heerden
200918: Is Water Shedding Next? Downloads
James Blignaut and Jan Van Heerden
200917: Inflation and the Household: Towards a Measurement of the Welfare Costs of Inflation Downloads
Steven Koch and Adel Bosch
200916: Equity in Private Health Insurance Coverage in South Africa: 2002-2007 Downloads
Steven Koch
200915: Some Benefits of Reducing Inflation in South Africa
Rangan Gupta and Josine Uwilingiye
200914: Vicious and virtuous circles--The political economy of unemployment
A. Patrick Minford and Ruthira Naraidoo
200913: Monetary Policy and Housing Sector Dynamics in a Large-Scale Bayesian Vector Autoregressive Model
Rangan Gupta, Marius Jurgilas, Alain Kabundi and Stephen Miller
200912: Using Large Data Sets to Forecast Housing Prices: A Case Study of Twenty US States
Rangan Gupta, Alain Kabundi and Stephen Miller
200911: THE EFFECT OF DEFENSE SPENDING ON US OUTPUT: A FACTOR AUGMENTED VECTOR AUTOREGRESSION (FAVAR) APPROACH
Rangan Gupta, Alain Kabundi and Emmanuel Ziramba
200910: The Economic Rationale for Agricultural Regeneration and Rural Infrastructure Investment in South Africa Downloads
Ng Meyer, Marthinus Breitenbach, Ti TI Fényes and A Jooste
200909: Is the Permanent Income Hypothesis Really Well-Suited for Forecasting?
Rangan Gupta and Emmanuel Ziramba
200908: The Time-Series Properties of Housing Prices: A Case Study of the Southern California Market
Rangan Gupta and Stephen Miller
200907: FORECASTING REAL US HOUSE PRICE: PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS VERSUS BAYESIAN REGRESSIONS
Rangan Gupta and Alain Kabundi
200906: COMPARING SOUTH AFRICAN INFLATION VOLATILITY ACROSS MONETARY POLICY REGIMES: AN APPLICATION OF SAPHE CRACKING
Rangan Gupta and Josine Uwilingiye
200905: THE EFFECT OF MONETARY POLICY ON REAL HOUSE PRICE GROWTH IN SOUTH AFRICA: A FACTOR AUGMENTED VECTOR AUTOREGRESSION (FAVAR) APPROACH
Rangan Gupta, Marius Jurgilas and Alain Kabundi
200904: Modelling monetary policy in South Africa: Focus on inflation targeting era using a simple learning rule
Ruthira Naraidoo and Rangan Gupta
200903: THE EFFECT OF MONETARY POLICY ON HOUSE PRICE INFLATION: A FACTOR AUGMENTED VECTOR AUTOREGRESSION (FAVAR) APPROACH
Rangan Gupta and Alain Kabundi
200902: THE BLESSING OF DIMENSIONALITY IN FORECASTING REAL HOUSE PRICE GROWTH IN THE NINE CENSUS DIVISIONS OF THE US
Sonali Das, Rangan Gupta and Alain Kabundi
200901: “Ripple Effects” and Forecasting Home Prices In Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Phoenix
Rangan Gupta and Stephen Miller
200837: Who would eat more with a Food Voucher Programme in South Africa? Downloads
Jan Van Heerden
200836: On the Real Exchange Rate Effects of Higher Electricity Prices in South Africa Downloads
Jan Van Heerden, James Blignaut and Andre Jordaan
200835: Child Mortality in Eastern and Southern Africa
Sudhanshu Handa, Steven Koch and Shu Wen Ng
200834: DYNAMIC HEALTH CARE DECISIONS AND CHILD HEALTH IN SOUTH AFRICA
Olufunke Alaba and Steven Koch
200833: Should the SARB Have Stayed Time Inconsistent?
Rangan Gupta and Josine Uwilingiye
200832: Tobacco Substitution and the Poor Downloads
Steven Koch and Gauthier Kashalala
200831: COULD WE HAVE PREDICTED THE RECENT DOWNTURN IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN HOUSING MARKET?
Sonali Das, Rangan Gupta and Alain Kabundi
200830: Forecasting Macroeconomic Variables in a Small Open Economy: A Comparison between Small- and Large-Scale Models
Rangan Gupta and Alain Kabundi
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