Citations

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Book Section
Casale, Daniela, Dorrit Posel, and Jacqueline Mosomi. "The Oxford Handbook of the South African Economy." Part IV The labour market, distribution, and social policy: Chapter 34 Gender and work in South Africa (2022).
Working Paper
Mosomi, Jacqueline, and Amy Thornton. "Physical proximity and occupational employment change by gender during the COVID-19 pandemic." WIDER Working Paper (2022).
Thesis or Dissertation
Borel-Saladin, Jacqueline. "Professionalisation or polarisation? Economic restructuring and changes in Cape Town’s labour market." Master's thesis, University of Cape Town, 2006.
Thesis or Dissertation
Borel-Saladin, Jacqueline. "Testing the social polarization hypothesis in Johannesburg, South Africa." PhD thesis, University of Cape Town, 2012.
Journal Article
Borel-Saladin, Jacqueline, and Owen Crankshaw. "Social polarisation or professionalisation? Another look at theory and evidence on deindustrialisation and the rise of the service sector." Urban Studies 46, no. 3 (2009): 645-664.
Journal Article
Crankshaw, Owen, and Jacqueline Borel-Saladin. "Does deindustrialisation cause social polarisation in global cities?." Environment and Planning A 46, no. 8 (2014): 1852-1872.
Journal Article
Easterlin, Richard A, Laura Angelescu McVey, Malgorzata Switek , Onnicha Sawangfa, and Jacqueline Smith Zweig. "The happiness-income paradox revisited." Proceedings fo the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107, no. 52 (2010): 22463-22468.
Report
Graham, Lauren, Jacqueline Moodley, Zenobia Ismail, Edson Munsaka, Eleanor Ross, and Marguerite Scheider. Poverty and disability in South Africa: Research report 2014. Johannesburg, South Africa: Centre for Social Development in Africa, 2014.
Journal Article
Moodley, Jacqueline. "Education on an equal basis: A comparison of persons with and without disabilities in South Africa." International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 64, no. 3 (2017): 283-293.
Book Section
Moodley, Jacqueline. "The Palgrave Handbook of Intersectionality in Public Policy." The Significance of Intersectionality in Mental Health-Care Policy in South Africa (2019).
Journal Article
Moodley, Jacqueline, and Lauren Graham. "The importance of intersectionality in disability and gender studies." Agenda 29, no. 2 (2015): 24-33.
Journal Article
Moodley, Jacqueline, and Eleanor Ross. "Inequities in health outcomes and access to health care in South Africa: A comparison between persons with and without disabilities." Disability & Society 30, no. 4 (2015): 630-644.
Conference Paper
Mosomi, Jacqueline. "A cohort analysis of the gender wage gap in South Africa." Centre for the Study of African Economies 2019 conference - University of Oxford . United Kingdom, 2019.
Working Paper
Mosomi, Jacqueline. "Distributional changes in the gender wage gap in the post-apartheid South African labour market." WIDER Working Paper 2019/17 (2019).
Working Paper
Mosomi, Jacqueline, Amy Thornton, and Nicola Branson. "Unpacking the potential implications of Covid-19 for gender inequality in the SA labour market." SALDRU Working Paper , no. 269 (2020).
Journal Article
Mosomi N, Jacqueline. "An empirical analysis of trends in female labour force participation and the gender wage gap in South Africa." Agenda 33, no. 4 (2019): 29-43.
Journal Article
Mugisha, Frederick, and Jacqueline Arinaitwe. "Sleeping arrangements and mosquito net use among under-fives: results from the Uganda Demographic and Health Survey." Malaria Journal 2, no. 1 (2003): 40-0.
Journal Article
Penfold, Suzanne, E. Harrison, Jacqueline Bell, and Ann Fitzmaurice. "Evaluation of the delivery fee exemption policy in Ghana: population estimates of changes in delivery service utilization in two regions." Ghana medical journal 41, no. 3 (2007): 100-0.
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