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Burger, Ronelle, Carmen Christian, Brendan Maughan-Brown , Russell Rensburg, and Laura Rossouw. "COVID-19 risk perception, knowledge and behaviour." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 2 (2020).
Working Paper
Burger, Ronelle, Lungiswa Nkonki, Russell Rensburg, Anja Smith, and Cari van Schalkwyk. "Examining the unintended health consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper Series , no. 3 (2020).
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Burger, Ronelle, Lungiswa Nkonki, Anja Smith, Russell Rensburg, and Cari van Schalkwyk. "Measuring the public health cost of COVID-19 control efforts." NIDS-CRAM Working Paper , no. 3 (2020).
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Russell, Margo. "The employment of domestic workers by black urban households." CSSR Working Paper , no. 26 (2002).
Journal Article
Ward, Joseph L, and Russell M Viner. "Secondary education and health outcomes in young people from the Cape Area Panel Study (CAPS)." Archives of Disease in Childhood 101, no. Suppl 1 (2016): A158-A159.
Journal Article
Janse van Rensburg, Caro C, Carike Claassen, and Alicia Fourie. "The relationship between marital status and employment in South Africa." Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences 12, no. 1 (2019).
Report
Seekings, Jeremy, Tracy Jooste, Singumbe Muyeba, Marius Coqui, and Margo Russell. The social consequences of establishing ‘mixed’ neighbourhoods: Does the mechanism for selecting beneficiaries for low-income housing projects affect the quality of the ensuing ‘community’ and the likelihood of violent conflict?. Cape Town, South Africa: Centre for Social Science Research, 2010.
Journal Article
Rensburg, Caro C. Janse, Carike Claassen, and Alicia Fourie. "The relationship between marital status and employment in South Africa." Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences 12, no. 1 (2019): 9.
Working Paper
Burger, Ronelle, Candy Day, Nicola Deghaye, Lungiswa Nkonki, Russel Rensburg, Anja Smith, and Cari V Schalkwyk. "Examining the unintended consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on public sector health facility visits: The first 150 days." NIDS-CRAM Insight Briefs Series , no. 16 (2020).
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