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Book
May, Julian, Chantell Witten, and Lori Lake. South African Child Gauge 2020: Food and nutrition security. Cape Town, South Africa: 2020 Children’s Institute, University of Cape Town, 2020.
Journal Article
May, Julian, and Ian Timaeus. "Inequities in under-five child nutritional status in South Africa: What progress has been made?." Development Southern Africa 31, no. 6 (2014): 761-774.
Book Section
Hunter, Nina, and Julian May. "Aging and Health in Africa." Ageing in post-Apartheid South Africa: An analysis of the (2013).
Journal Article
Maughan-Brown, and Nyblade. "Different dimensions of HIV-related stigma may have opposite effects on HIV testing: Evidence among young men and women in South Africa." AIDS and Behavior 18, no. 5 (2013): 1-8.
Journal Article
Boef, A G, L May, D van Bodegom, M Kuningas, U K Eriksson, and R G Westendorp. "The influence of genetic variation on innate immune activation in an environment with high infectious pressure." Genes and Immunity 13, no. 2 (2012): 103-108.
Book Section
May, Julian, Ingrid Woolard, and Bob Blauch. "Why Poverty Persists: Poverty Dynamics in Asia and Africa." Poverty traps and structural poverty in South Africa: Reassessing the evidence from Kwazulu-Natal 1993-2004 (2011).
Working Paper
May, Julian, and Michael Carter. "Agriculture: Analysis of the NIDS Wave 1 dataset." NIDS Discussion Paper no. 6 (2009).
Thesis or Dissertation
May D, Julian. "The persistence of poverty in post apartheid South Africa assets livelihoods and differentiation in Kwazulu-Natal,1993-2004." Doctor of Philosophy, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 2008.
Journal Article
May, Julian, and Charles Meth. "Dualism or underdevelopment in South Africa: what does a quantitative assessment of poverty, inequality and employment reveal?." Development Southern Africa 24, no. 2 (2007): 271-287.
Journal Article
Aguero, Jorge, Michael R Carter, and Julian May. "Poverty and inequality in the first decade of South Africa’s democracy: What can be learnt from panel data from KwaZulu-Natal?." Journal of African Economies 16, no. 5 (2007): 782-812.
Working Paper
May, Julian, and Ingrid Woolard. "Poverty traps and structural poverty in South Africa: Reassessing the evidence from KwaZulu-Natal." Chronic Poverty Research Centre Working Paper , no. 82 (2007).
Journal Article
May, Julian D, Jorge Aguero, Michael R Carter, and Ian M Timaeus. "The KwaZulu-Natal Income Dynamics Study (KIDS) third wave: Methods, first findings and an agenda for future research." Development Southern Africa 24, no. 5 (2007): 629-648.
Journal Article
Adato, Michelle, Michael R Carter, and Julian May. "Exploring poverty traps and social exclusion in South Africa using qualitative and quantitative data." The Journal of Development Studies 42, no. 2 (2006): 226-247.
Report
Adato, Michelle, Robert Carter, and Julian May. Sense in sociability?: Social exclusion and persistant poverty in South Africa. 2004.
Conference Paper
May, Julian. "An improved data set for demographic research: The KwaZulu-Natal income dynamics Survey (KIDS) 3rd Wave." Forum on African development and poverty reduction. Somerset West, South Africa, 2004.
Journal Article
Carter, Michael R, and Julian May. "One kind of freedom: Poverty dynamics in post-apartheid South Africa." World Development 29, no. 12 (2001): 1987-2006.
Conference Paper
Case, Anne. "Health, income and economic development." Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics,Washington D.C, May 2001, . Washington, United States, 2001.
Journal Article
May, Julian, and Benjamin Roberts. "Panel data and policy analysis in South Africa: Taking a long view." Social Dynamics 27, no. 1 (2001): 96-199.
Conference Paper
May, Julian, Ingrid Woolard, and Stefan Klasen. "The nature and measurement of poverty and inequality." Poverty and inequality in South Africa: Meeting the challenge. 2000.
Journal Article
Maluccio, John, Lawrence Haddad, and Julian May. "Social capital and household welfare in South Africa, 1993-98." The Journal of Development Studies 36, no. 6 (2000): 54-81.
Journal Article
Maluccio, John, Lawrence Haddad, and Julian May. "Social capital and household welfare in South Africa, 1993–98." The Journal of Development Studies 36, no. 6 (2000): 54-81.
Journal Article
May, Julian, Michael Carter, Lawrence Haddad, and John Maluccio. "KwaZulu-Natal income dynamics study (KIDS) 1993-1998: A longitudinal household data set for South African policy analysis." Development Southern Africa 17, no. 4 (2000): 567-581.
Working Paper
Deininger, Klaus W, and Julian D May. "Can there be growth with equity: an initial assessment of land reform in South Africa." World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 2451, no. 2451 (2000): 0-0.
Book
May, Julian. Poverty and Inequality in South Africa: Meeting the Challenge. Cape Town, South Africa: David Philip, 2000.
Working Paper
Carter, Michael R, and Julian May. "Getting ahead or falling behind? The dynamics of poverty in post-Apartheid South Africa." Draft paper: International Food Policy Research Institute, the University of Natal and the University of Wisconsin (1999).
Book
May, Julian, Michael R Carter, and Dori Posel. The composition and persistence of poverty in rural South Africa: An entitlements approach. Johannesburg, South Africa: Land and Agriculture Policy Centre, 1995.
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