Citations

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Conference Paper
Kariuki, M.R. W, and Lilian Guantai. "Class size: Effect on achievement in East and Southern Africa." International Invitational Educational Policy Research Conference, Paris, France, 2005. Paris, France, 2005.
Report
Nzomo, Juliana, Mary Kariuki, and Lilian Guantai. The quality of primary education in Kenya: Some policy suggestions based on a survey of schools. Paris, France: International Institute for Educational Planning (IIEP) / UNESCO, 2001.
Thesis or Dissertation
Nwosu O, Chijioke. "An analysis of the relationship between health and the labour market in South Africa." PhD Thesis, University of Cape Town, 2015.
Working Paper
Nwosu O, Chijioke. "The impact of health on the employment and earnings of young South Africans." Economic Research Southern Africa Working Papers 1, no. 601 (2016).
Working Paper
Nwosu, Chijioke O, and Ingrid Woolard. "Impact of health on labour force participation in South Africa." Economic Research Southern Africa Working Papers 1, no. 548 (2015).
Working Paper
Nwosu, Chijioke, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Income-related health inequalities associated with Covid-19 in South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper Series , no. 7 (2020).
Working Paper
Nwosu, Chijoke. "Childcare and depression during the coronavirus pandemic in South Africa: A gendered analysis." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 8 (2021).
Working Paper
Nwosu, Chijoke, and Adeola Oyenubi. "Estimating income-related health inequalities associated with COVID-19 in South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 7 (2020).
Working Paper
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).
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).
Working Paper
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).
Working Paper
Oyenubi, Adeola, Chijioke O Nwosu, and Umakrishnan Kollamparambil. "Health indicators and poor health dynamics during COVID-19 pandemic." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper (2021).
Journal Article
Jonck, Petronella, and Lilian Nwosu. "The influence of demographic variables on financial record-keeping in small- and medium-sized enterprises in the South African informal sector." Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences 15, no. 1 (2022).
Working Paper
Nwosu, Chijioke O, and Catherine Ndinda. "Female household headship and poverty in South Africa: An employment-based analysis." Economic Research Southern Africa (ERSA) Working Paper Number 761 (2017).
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).
Report
Jacobs, Peter, Bongiwe Mcata, Chijioke Nwosu, Whadiah Parker, Admire Nyamwanza, Matume Maila, Fundisiwe Malinga, and Moyosoore Babalola. The status of population, food security, nutrition and sustainable development during the Covid-19 and lockdown period in South Africa. : HSRC, 2021.
Journal Article
Sinyolo, Sikhulumile, Conrad Murendo, Admire M Nyamwanza, Sithembile A Sinyolo, Catherine Ndinda, and Chijioke O Nwosu. "Farm production diversification and dietary diversity among subsistence farming households: panel data evidence from South Africa." Sustainability 13, no. 18 (2021).
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).
Journal Article
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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