UPCOMING EVENTS

 

Published articles

2017

1. Blaauw, P.F., Schenk, C.J., Pretorius, A. & Schoeman, C. 2017. All quiet on the social work front: Experience of Zimbabwean day labourers in South Africa. International Social Work, 60(2):351-365.

(Available from SAGEpub)

2. Cameron, M., Viviers, W. & Steenkamp, E. 2017. Breaking the 'big data' barrier when selecting agricultural export markets: an innovative approach. Agrekon, 56(2):139-157. 

(Available from Taylor and Francis Online) 

3. Chen, L., De Lombaerde, P. & Cuyvers, L. 2017. Markets matter: The potential of intra-regional trade in ASEAN and its implications fro Asian regionalism. Asian Economic Papers, 16(2):1-19.

(Available from MIT Press Journals

4. Coetzee, C. & Kleynhans, E. 2017. Public capital stock and economic growth - a KwaZulu-Natal case study. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 20(1):1-10.

(Available from Sabinet)

5. Cuyvers, L., Steenkamp, E., Viviers, W., Cameron, M. & Rossouw, R. 2017. Identifying Thailand's high-potential export opportunities in ASEAN+3 countries. Journal of International Trade Law and Policy, 16(1):2-33. 

(Available from Emerald Insight)

6. Gnade, H., Blaauw, D. & Greyling, T. 2017. The impact of basic and social infrastructure investment on South African economic growth and development. Development Southern Africa, 34(3):347-364.

(Available from Taylor & Francis Online)

7. Hoffman, A., Grater, S., Schaap, A., Maree, J. & Bhero, E. 2017. A simulation approach for reconciling customs and trade risk associated with cross-border freight movements. The South African Journal of Industrial Engineering, 27(3):251-264.

(Available from The South African Journal of Industrial Engineering)

8. Kleynhans, E. & Coetzee, C. 2017. The influence of space on business confidence. AfricaGrowth Agenda, 14(1):15-17.

(Available from Sabinet)

9. Pisa, N.M., Viviers, W. & Rossouw, R. 2017. Enhancing industrial cluster formation through the realistic export opportunities of the TRADE-DSM. South African Journal of Economics, 85(3):386-404.

(Available from Wiley Online Library)

10. Rooderick, M.S., Blaauw, P.F. & Schenck, C.J. 2017. The economic impact of NGOs on the well-being of extended households in Soweto. Social Work Practitioner-Researcher, 28(3):221-235.

(Available from UPJournals)

11. Schenck, C.J., Roman, N.V., Erasmus, C., Blaauw, P.F. & Ryan, J. 2017. Homeless in observatory, Cape Town through the lens of Max Neefs fundamental human needs taxonomy. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, 53(2):266-287.

(Available from Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk)

12. Theodore, N., Blaauw, D., Pretorius, A. & Schenck, C. 2017. The socioeconomic incorporation of migrant and native-born day labourers in Tshwane, South Africa. International Migration, 55(1):142-156.

(Available from Wiley Online Library)

13. Van der Merwe, W. & Kleynhans, E. 2017. Die krisis in die Suid-Afrikaanse staalbedryf te midde van Sjinese mededinging. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe, 57(2):521-541.

(Available from Scientific Electronic Library Online)

14. Van der Merwe, J.D., Cloete, P.C., Van Schalkwyk, H.D. & Kleynhans, E.P.J. 2017. The Competitive Status of the South African Wheat Industry. Economic Research Southern Africa Working Paper 676.

(Available from Economic Research Southern Africa)

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Peer reviewed papers in non-accredited journals

2017

1. Grater, S., Parry, A. & Viviers, W. 2017. Realising the Potential of Services SMEs in Developing Economies. International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD) Issue Paper. Geneva, Switzerland.

(Available from ICTSD)

2. Blaauw, D. 2017. Informele indiensname in Suid-Afrika - dit gaan al swaarder. (Informal employment in South Africa - it's getting tougher). Woord & Daad/Word & Action, 56(430):26-28.

(Available from Sabinet)

2016

1. Viljoen JMM, Blaauw PF & Schenck CJ. 2016. Sometimes you don't make enough to buy food" - an analysis of South African street waste pickers' income. ERSA Working paper 603. April.

(Available from Economic Research Southern Africa)

2013

1. Cuyvers, L. & Soeng, R. 2013. The impact of the EU Generalized System of Preferences on exports and GSP utilization by Asian and Latin American countries. Journal of International Trade Law and Policy, 12(1):80-97.

(Available from Emerald Insight)

2. Cuyvers, L., Chen, L., Goethals, L. & Ghislain, S. 2013. EU-ASEAN FTAs: Does one size fit all? CAS discussion paper no. 91. 

(Available from Collections at UNU)

3. Cuyvers, L., Assawaphanichkul, O., Ekasittipol, T., Laphasuk, S. & Mhuensai, P. 2013. Market Profile: Thailand’s export potential of tamarinds to the USA. ASEAN Business Case Studies No 33. ISSN-2031-4027.

(Available from University of Antwerp)

4. Cuyvers, L., Chamroenprucks, K., Maninopparatana, S., Chumasaratul, T. & Thananan, N. 2013. Market profile: potentials for make-up cosmetics exports of Thailand to Japan. ASEAN Business Case Studies No. 32. ISSN-2031-4027. 

(Available from University of Antwerp)