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Resources for postgrads

The 2015 class of Master’s degree and PhD students are out there reading and reading and getting those research proposals ready. Our previous resources post gave a few writing tips to go along with what they are learning at the writing school. 208 more words

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Latest Economic Research - The South African labour market, 1995-2013

This post about new research presents work by Lyle, Kasongo, Moses and Yu recently published as an ERSA working paper. The focus is on developments in the South African labour market since the end of Apartheid. 923 more words

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Resources for postgrads

On Friday the School and TRADE hosted the first session of our writing course for postgrads. We have experts from the School of Languages who are helping the Master’s and PhD students with those first steps in the research process. 134 more words

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Inflation - where have you gone?

Inflation – where have you gone?

It might seem strange to think that anyone could or would ever miss inflation. How can price increases ever be a good thing for a consumer? 1,063 more words

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Does it work in theory?

This week we are hosting something of a pitch session for the new crop of postgraduate students in the School. It is not a seminar, nor a colloquium. 573 more words

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#Economics (updated)

This afternoon I told my Average is over story to the new Honours class. Part of it is to say that everyone of us need to keep learning and one of the best ways to build a personal learning network is through Twitter. 449 more words

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Come for the signalling, stay for the human capital

This afternoon we are welcoming the honours class of 2015. It is a select group about to start a tough fourth year specialising in Economics, Risk Management or International Trade. 449 more words

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