Citations

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Working Paper
Oyenubi, Adeola. "Who benefits from South African child support grant: The role of gender and birthweight." ERSA working paper 781 (2019).
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Nwosu, Chijioke, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Income-related health inequalities associated with Covid-19 in South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper Series , no. 7 (2020).
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Oyenubi, Adeola, and Umakrishnan Kollamparambil. "How has the easing of lockdown influenced depressive symptoms in South Africa." (2021).
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Kollamparambil, Umakrishnan, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Socio-economic inequality in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 10 (2020).
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Oyenubi, Adeola, and Umakrishnan Kollamparambil. "COVID-19 and depressive symptoms in South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 12 (2020).
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Nwosu, Chijoke, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Estimating income-related health inequalities associated with COVID-19 in South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 7 (2020).
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Oyenubi, Adeola, and Uma Kollamparambil. "Does child support grant incentivise childbirth in South Africa?." ERSA Working Paper , no. 836 (2020).
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Kollamparambil, Uma, Adeola Oyenubi, and Chijioke Nwosu. "COVID-19 vaccine intentions in South Africa: Health communication strategy to address vaccine hesitancy." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper (2021).
Journal Article
Kollamparambil, Umakrishnan, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Behavioural response to the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa." PLoS ONE 16, no. 4 (2021): 1-19.
Journal Article
Posel, Dorrit, Adeola Oyenubi, and Umakrishnan Kollamparambil. "Job loss and mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown: Evidence from South Africa." PLoS ONE 16, no. 3 (2021): 1-15.
Working Paper
Kollamparambil, Uma, Adeola Oyenubi, and Chijioke O Nwosu. "Mental health, COVID-19 vaccine distrust and vaccine hesitancy in South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper (2021).
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Nwosu, Chijioke O, Uma Kollamparambil, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Socioeconomic inequalities in ability to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic: The case of South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper (2021).
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Oyenubi, Adeola, Chijioke O Nwosu, and Umakrishnan Kollamparambil. "Health indicators and poor health dynamics during COVID-19 pandemic." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper (2021).
Thesis or Dissertation
Oyenubi, Adeola. "Quantifying balance for causal inference: An information theoretic perspective." PhD thesis, University of Cape Town, 2018.
Journal Article
Nwosu, Chijioke O, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Income-related health inequalities associated with the coronavirus pandemic in South Africa: A decomposition analysis." International Journal for Equity in Health 20, no. 21 (2021).
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Oyenubi, Adeola, and Umakrishnan Kollamparambil. "Does Socioeconomic status mediate the relationship between income loss and depression scores? Evidence from South Africa.." Current Psychology (2022).
Journal Article
Nwosu, Chijioke O, Umakrishnan Kollamparambil, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Socio-economic inequalities in ability to work from home during the coronavirus pandemic." The Economic and Labour Relations Review (2022).
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Oyenubi, Adeola, Andrew W Kim, and Uma Kollamparambil. "COVID-19 risk perceptions and depressive symptoms in South Africa: Causal evidence in a longitudinal and nationally representative sample." Journal of Affective Disorders (2022).
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Nwosu, Chijioke O, Umakrishnan Kollamparambil, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Food insecurity and health outcomes during the coronavirus pandemic in South Africa: a longitudinal study." Health Economics Review 12, no. 1 (2022).
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