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Research outputs: SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE
The study aims to investigate the economic benefits as well as socio-economic advantages that are derived from the services provided by the ...
The Constitution of the Republic of South Africa 1996 requires the public service to embody certain enshrined democratic principles and valu...
2013 Institutions and economic research: a case of location externalities on agricultural resource allocation in the Kat River basin, South Africa: a rejoinder
In Mbatha and Antrobus (2008), an argument was put forward against an importation or adoption of universal models or general theorems to exp...