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National Income Dynamics Study 2008, Wave 1 Secure Data
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit
National Income Dynamics Study
DataFirst Secure Research Data Centre
Aug 24, 2018
Oct 18, 2023
The data from this study are used in the following publications:
Andrew Tomita, Diego F. Cuadros , Tafadzwanashe Mabhaudhi , Benn Sartorius , Busisiwe P. Ncama , Alan D. Dangour , Frank Tanser , Albert T. Modi , Rob Slotow , and Jonathan K. Burns.
Spatial clustering of food insecurity and its association with depression: A geospatial analysis of nationally representative South African data, 2008–2015
Scientific Reports 10, no. 13771 (2020).
Kapwata, Thandi, and Samuel Manda.
Geographic assessment of access to health care in patients with cardiovascular disease in South Africa
BMC Health Services Research 18, no. 1 (2018): 197.
Branson, Nicola, and Tanya Byker.
Causes and consequences of teen childbearing: Evidence from a reproductive health intervention in South Africa
Journal of Health Economics 57 (2018) 221–235 , no. 57 (2018).
Branson, Nicola, and Amy Kahn.
The post matriculation enrolment decision: Do public colleges provide students with a viable alternative? Evidence from the first four waves of the National Income Dynamics Study
SALDRU Working Paper Number 182 and NIDS Discussion Paper 2016/9 , no. 182 (2016).
Burger, Rulof P, Stephan Klasen, and Asmus Zoch.
Estimating income mobility when income is measured with error: The case of South Africa
ERSA working paper 607 , no. 607 (2016).
Cuadros, Diego F, Andrew Tomita, Alain Vandormael, Rob Slotow, Jonathan K Burns, and Frank Tanser.
Spatial structure of depression in South Africa: A longitudinal panel survey of a nationally representative sample of households
Scientific Reports 9, no. 979 (2019): 1-10.
Neighbourhood-level deprivation and depression: Evidence from the South African National Income Dynamics Study
Honours, University of Cape Town, 2015.
Dowdall, Nicholas, Catherine L Ward, and Crick Lund.
The association between neighbourhood-level deprivation and depression: Evidence from the south african national income dynamics study
BMC Psychiatry 17, no. 1 (2017): 395.
Quality-quantity tradeoffs in pricing public secondary education
Hjort, Jonas, and Jonas Poulsen.
The arrival of fast internet and employment in Africa
NBER Working Paper , no. 23582 (2018).
Kimani M, Ester.
Education and labor market outcomes in South Africa: Evidence from the National Income Dynamics Study
Doctor of Philosophy , University of Cape Town, 2015.
Essays in Urban and Development Economics
PhD Thesis, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2017.
Tomita, Andrew, Alain M Vandormael, Diego Cuadros, Rob Slotow, Frank Tanser, and Jonathan K Burns.
Proximity to healthcare clinic and depression risk in South Africa: Geospatial evidence from a nationally representative longitudinal study
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology (2017).
Tomita, Andrew, Diego F Cuadros, Jonathan K Burns, Frank Tanser, and Rob Slotow.
Exposure to waste sites and their impact on health: A panel and geospatial analysis of nationally representative data from South Africa, 2008–2015
Lancet Planet Health (2020).
Tomita, Andrew, Alain M Vandormael, Diego Cuadros, Enrico Di Minin, Vuokko Heikinheimo, Frank Tanser, Rob Slotow, and Jonathan K Burns.
Green environment and incident depression in South Africa: A geospatial analysis and mental health implications in a resource-limited setting
The Lancet Planetary Health 1, no. 4 (2017): 152-162.
Weimann, Amy, Dajun Dai, and Tolu Oni.
A cross-sectional and spatial analysis of the prevalence of multimorbidity and its association with socioeconomic disadvantage in South Africa: A comparison between 2008 and 2012
Social Science & Medicine (2016).
Measuring social and economic mobility in South Africa: New approaches to well-known survey data concerns
Doctoral Thesis, Stellenbosch University , 2016.
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