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Journal Article
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Journal Article
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Book Section
Beall, Jo, Owen Crankshaw, and Sue Parnell. "African urban economics: Viability, vitality or vitiation." A matter of timing: Migration and housing access in metropolitan Johannesburg (2005).
Journal Article
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Working Paper
Beall, Jo, Owen Crankshaw, and Sue Parnell. "A matter of timing: Migration and housing access in Metropolitan Johannesburg." CSSR Working Paper No. 15 , no. 15 (2002).
Journal Article
Omariba, D. Walter. "Child morbidity in Kenya: Does women’s status matter?." PSC Discussion Papers Series 15, no. 9 (2001): 1-0.
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Conference Paper
Yeatman, Sara E, and Jenny Trinitapoli. "Beyond denomination: New tests of whether and how religion matters for family planning." Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America. New York, USA, June, 2007.
Working Paper
Ssebagala, Ralph. "What matters more for South African households’ debt repayment difficulties?." CSSR Working Paper , no. 368 (2016).
Report
Wallace, Dr Melissa, and Megan Pentz-Kluyts. Addressing obesity as a risk factor for cancer in South Africa: Size does matter. Gauteng, South Africa: CANSA, 2017.
Journal Article
Ssebagala A, Ralph. "What matters more for South African households' debt repayment difficulties?." Development Southern Africa 33, no. 6 (2016): 757-773.
Thesis or Dissertation
Greenberg, Ari. "Quality matters: Electoral outcomes and democratic health in Africa." Master's thesis, University of Cape Town, 2009.
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
Bosch, Adél, and Steven F Koch. "Individual and household debt: Does imputation choice matter?." University of Pretoria Working Papers , no. 202141 (2021).
Working Paper
Dubois, Florent, and Christophe Muller. "Residential segregation matters to racial income gaps: Evidence from South Africa." AMSE Working Papers (2022).
Working Paper
Matters, Colin D, Ritu Sadana, Joshua A Salomon, Christopher Murray, and Alan Lopez. "Estimates of DALE for 191 countries methods and results. Global Programme on Evidence for Health Policy Working Paper No. 16.." World Health Organization (2000).
Conference Paper
Cichello, Paul, Colin Almeleh, Liberty Ncube, and Morné Oosthuizen. "Perceived barriers to entry into self-employment in Khayelitsha, South Africa: Crime, risk, and start-up capital dominate profit concerns." Accelerated and Shared Growth in South Africa: Determinants, Constraints and Opportunities. Johannesburg, South Africa, october, 2006.
Journal Article
Rao, Chalapati, Debbie Bradshaw, and Colin D Mathers. "Improving death registration and statistics in developing countries: Lessons from sub-Saharan Africa." Southern African Journal of Demography 9, no. 2 (2004): 81-99.
Thesis or Dissertation
Almeleh, Colin. "HIV disclosure in 'public' and personal spaces: a mixed methods study of people living with HIV in Khayelitsha, South Africa." PhD Thesis, University of Cape Town, 2012.
Journal Article
Snelling, Matthew, Andrew Dawes, Linda Biersteker, Elizabeth Girdwood, and Colin Tredoux. "The development of a South African Early Learning Outcomes Measure: A South African instrument for measuring early learning program outcomes." Child: Care, Health and Development 45, no. 2 (2019): 257-270.
Working Paper
Case, Anne, and Motohiro Yogo. "Does school quality matter? Returns to education and the characteristics of schools in South Africa." NBER Working Paper Series 7399 , no. 7399 (1999).
Working Paper
Evans, Geoffrey, and Pauline Rose. "Support for democracy in Malawi: Does schooling matter?." Afrobarometer Working Paper no. 57 , no. 57 (2006).
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Rutenberg, Naomi, Carol E Kaufman, Kate Macintyre, Lisanne Brown, and Ali Karim. "Pregnant or positive: Adolescent childbearing and HIV risk in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa." Reproductive Health Matters 11, no. 22 (2003): 122-133.
Journal Article
Nketiah-Amponsah, Edward, and Ulrich Hiemenz. "Determinants of consumer satisfaction of health care in Ghana: Does choice of health care provider matter?." Global Journal of Health Science 1, no. 2 (2009): P50-0.
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Temin, Jonathan, and Daniel A Smith. "Media matters: Evaluating the role of the media in Ghana's 2000 elections." African Affairs 101, no. 405 (2002): 585-605.
Working Paper
Conroy-Krutz, Jeffrey, and Carolyn Logan. "Museveni and the 2011 Ugandan election: Did the money matter?." Afrobarometer Working Paper no. 135 , no. 135 (2011).
Journal Article
Posel, Dorrit. "Adult literacy rates in South Africa: A comparison of different measures." Language Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa 42, no. 1 (2011): 39-49.
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