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Research outputs: INCOME INEQUALITY
Happiness is self-reported by individuals and people report different levels of happiness. Some people report high levels while others repor...
2020 Explaining changes in wealth inequalities in child health: the case of stunting and wasting in Nigeria
Malnutrition is a major cause of child death, and many children suffer from acute and chronic malnutrition. Nigeria has the second-highest b...Download this report
The current recommendation for a minimum wage of R3500 for South Africans is far too little. It should be at least twice that. In addition, ...