Citations

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Thesis or Dissertation
Ntuli, Miracle. "Exploring the status of african women in the South African labour market 1995-2004." Doctor of Philosophy, University of Cape Town, 2009.
Journal Article
Cordeiro, Martinique, Prudence Kwenda, and Miracle Ntuli. "Crime and life satisfaction: Evidence from South Africa - Gauteng province." Applied Research in Quality of Life (2019).
Working Paper
Kwenda, Prudence, Miracle Ntuli, and Gibson Mudiriza. "Former homeland areas and unemployment in South Africa: A decomposition approach." Institute of Labor Economics Discussion Papers , no. 12941 (2020).
Book
Crisp, Nicholas, and Antoinette Ntuli. South African Health Review 1999. Durban, South Africa: Health Systems Trust, 1999.
Working Paper
Benhura, Miracle, and Prudence Magejo. "Differences between formal and informal workers’ outcomes during the COVID-19 crisis lockdown in South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 2 (2020).
Report
Benhura, Miracle, and Prudence Magejo. Who cannot work from home in South Africa? Evidence from wave 4 of NIDS-CRAM. 2021.
Book
Ntuli, Antoinette, Solani Khosa, David McCoy, and Health Systems Trust (South Africa). The equity gauge. South Africa: Health Systems Trust, 1999.
Book
Ntuli, Antoinette. South African Health Review 1998. Durban, South Africa: Health Systems Trust, 1998.
Book
Pelser, Eric, Antoinette Louw, and Sipho Ntuli. Poor safety: Crime and policing in South Africa's rural areas. South Africa: Institute for Security Studies, 2000.
Working Paper
Ntuli, Miracle, and Prudence Kwenda. "Labour unions and wage inequality among African men in South Africa." DPRU Working Paper , no. 13/159 (2013).
Working Paper
Bargain, Olivier, H J Xavier , Prudence Kwenda, and Miracle Ntuli. "Learning from the best': The impact of tax-benefit systems in Africa." WIDER Working Paper 2019/2 (2019).
Conference Paper
Booysen, Frederik, Miracle Ntuli, and Prudence Kwenda. "Multiple chronic conditions and healthcare utilisation within the context of national health insurance." Biennial conference of the Economic Society of South Africa 3-5 September 2019, Johannesburg. Johannesburg, 2019.
Journal Article
Ntuli, Miracle, and Prudence Kwenda. "Analysis of depressive symptoms between formal and informal workers in South Africa during COVID-19 crisis." Development Southern Africa 0, no. 0 (2023): 1-16.
Journal Article
Ntlhola, Mpho A, Prudence Kwenda, and Miracle Ntuli. "A distributional analysis of union-wage effects in South Africa: Evidence from panel data." Development Southern Africa 36, no. 3 (2019): 309-328.
Journal Article
Kwenda, Prudence, and Miracle Ntuli. "A detailed decomposition analysis of the public-private sector wage gap in South Africa." Development Southern Africa 35, no. 6 (2018): 815-838.
Journal Article
Bargain, Olivier, Prudence Kwenda, and Miracle Ntuli. "Gender Bias and the Intrahousehold Distribution of Resources: Evidence from African Nuclear Households in South Africa†." Journal of African Economies 27, no. 2 (2017): 201-226.
Journal Article
Kwenda, Prudence, Miracle Ntuli, and Tendai Gwatidzo. "Temporal developments in intergenerational transmission of education: Case for black South Africans." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility (2015).
Journal Article
Ntuli, Miracle, and Martin Wittenberg. "Determinants of black women's labour force participation in post-apartheid South Africa." Journal of African Economies 22, no. 3 (2013): 347-374.
Journal Article
Ntuli, Miracle, and Prudence Kwenda. "Labour unions and wage inequality among African men in South Africa." Development Southern Africa 31, no. 2 (2014): 322-346.
Report
Mushongera, Darlington, Prudence Kwenda, and Miracle Ntuli. An analysis of well-being in Gauteng province using the capability approach. Johannesburg, South Africa: Gauteng City-Region Observatory (GCRO), 2020.
Book Section
Yates, Robert, Christine Kirunga Tashobya, Valeria Oliveira Cruz, Barbara McPake, Freddie Ssengooba, Grace Murindwa, Peter Lochoro, Juliet Bataringaya, Hanif Nazerali, and Francis Omaswa. "Health systems reforms in Uganda: processes and outputs." The Ugandan health systems reforms: miracle or mirage? (2006).
Journal Article
Nketiah, Prince, and Herbert Ntuli. "Empirical analysis of drought-induced cattle destocking in South Africa." Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 16, no. 1 (2024): 1-7.
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