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Third Annual Monetary Economics Workshop: "The Future of Monetary Policy"

29 Aug 2013 to 30 Aug 2013
South African Reserve Bank, Pretoria
29 th and 30 th of August 2013 Third Annual Monetary Economics Workshop “The Future of Monetary Policy” Invited Speaker: P rofessor Lucrezia Reichlin (London Business School) To be jointly hosted by the: UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICAN RESERVE BANK and ECONOMIC RESEARCH SOUTHERN AFRICA (ERSA...
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Micro-simulation workshop

05 Aug 2013 to 06 Aug 2013
University of Pretoria, Pretoria
The Public Economics Working Group of ERSA, with the assistance of the South African Revenue Service and the Department of Economics at the University of Pretoria, has the pleasure to invite you to a micro-simulation workshop, presented by Dr Selcuk Caner, a micro-simulation expert from the IMF...
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Financial Globalisation and Sustainable Finance: Implications for Policy and Practice

29 May 2013 to 31 May 2013
Cape Town, South Africa
ERSA is pleased to announce the sponsorship of 10 South African delegates whose papers are accepted for presentation at the above mentioned conference , details attached. Please note that interested authors should electronically submit either a completed paper or an extended, detailed abstract by...
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Public Economics Workshop

16 May 2013 to 17 May 2013
UNISA, Pretoria
Economic Research Southern Africa invites you to attend the meeting of the ERSA public economics workgroup. Date: 16 and 17 May 2013 Venue: UNISA, Pretoria (precise location on the UNISA campus will follow) This workshop will provide an opportunity for researchers and practitioners to meet, present...
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THE ECONOMICS OF APARTHEID

20 Mar 2013 to 22 Mar 2013
Cape Town
The Economics of Apartheid Apartheid remains a contentious issue. It's political, social and economic causes remain open to debate; its consequences a popular vindication for the slow speed of convergence between white and black South Africans eighteen years after South Africa became a democracy...
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