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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: KNOWLEDGE SHARING
This article presents highlights of the intersection of local and global issues in student affairs and of debates around local professionali...
2016 Innovation studies from a southern perspective: what new insights for comparative and international education?
The chapter reflects on research that rethinks classic concerns of comparative and international education - the relationships between educa...
2016 University, knowledge and regional development: factors affecting knowledge transfer in a developing region
The role of knowledge in the current knowledge economy cannot be overly emphasised. Successful regions are continuously being linked to exce...
2015 Multinational corporations as channels for international technology transfer: evidence from the South African innovation survey
In this article, we investigate the importance of South African subsidiaries of foreign multinationals as channels to introduce foreign inno...