This course is targeted at researchers, postgraduate students and analysts who want the theoretical background and practical skills to analyse consumption survey data, e.g. from the Income and Expenditure Surveys or the Living Conditions Surveys.
• Consumption surveys and Engel curves,
• Engel curves and equivalence scales. Microeconomic theory of demand,
• Estimating Demand equations,
• Social influences on consumption
• Life-cycle considerations,
• Micro and macro issues.
This course will run for 11 weeks...
This course teaches participants labour market theory and the practical application of this theory using South African data. The course is aimed at researchers, postgraduate students and analysts.
- Labour Supply
- Labour Demand
- Minimum wages
- Education and human capital
- Where do labour statistics come from?
- Trade unions and the public sector
This course will run for 11 weeks online, with one 1.5 hour lecture and one 1.5 hour Stata practical per week.
This course will introduce students, researchers, and officials in state agencies to the key concepts in measuring income, expenditure, poverty and inequality. There will also be a strong practical component where participants will use survey data to undertake welfare measurement and analysis.
- Introduction to the measurement of income and expenditure,
- Measuring poverty and poverty lines,
- Practical issues in measuring poverty,
- Measuring Inequality,
- Practical issues in measuring inequality,
- Asset indices as alternative...
The course aims to empower educators to reflect critically on their own disability inclusive practices through dialogues within a community of inquiry to promote equity, equal access and dignity for learners with disabilities.
Disability Studies in Education Short Course...
The Housing Finance Course for Sub-Saharan Africa addresses the critical challenges faced by the housing finance industry in Sub-Saharan Africa and teaches the conceptual, managerial and practical tools needed to build strong housing finance systems.
The "Scrub Run" entails a group of passionate medical students and health care professionals who will be running the 5km and 10km Virtual Peace Run as part of the Sanlam Cape Town Marathon on 16 October 2021 in full medical scrubs. Each runner aims to raise funds for each kilometre they run, with 100% of the proceeds going towards the initiative.
The Scrub Run was founded in 2018 and in the past we have partnered with JP Duminy, Zoe Brown and the provincial minister of health, Nomafrench Mbombo. Last year, we collectively managed to raise R100 000, with 100% of proceeds going...
Virtual Peace Run