Katherine Eyal : Citation Profile


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University of Cape Town (47% share)
University of Cape Town (47% share)
University of Cape Town (6% share)

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   7 years (2011 - 2018). See details.
   Cites by year: 2
   Journals where Katherine Eyal has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 3.    Total self citations: 3 (16.67 %)

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Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Katherine Eyal.

Is cited by:

Scarlato, Margherita (3)

d'Agostino, Giorgio (3)

Maisonnave, Hélène (2)

Mabugu, Ramos (2)

Tiberti, Luca (2)

von Fintel, Dieter (1)

Posel, Dorrit (1)

Ardington, Cally (1)

Woolard, Ingrid (1)

Dupas, Pascaline (1)

Casale, Daniela (1)

Cites to:

Woolard, Ingrid (5)

Maluccio, John (5)

Fitzgerald, John (4)

Moffitt, Robert (4)

Gottschalk, Peter (4)

Leibbrandt, Murray (4)

Thomas, Duncan (4)

Baez, Javier (3)

Camacho, Adriana (3)

Agüero, Jorge (3)

Case, Anne (3)

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Where Katherine Eyal has published?


Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
SALDRU Working Papers / Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, University of Cape Town7

Recent works citing Katherine Eyal (2020 and 2019)


YearTitle of citing document
2019Cash transfers, labor supply and gender inequality: Evidence from South Africa. (2019). Scarlato, Margherita ; d'Agostino, Giorgio. In: Working Papers. RePEc:ast:wpaper:0046.

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2019Gender and the South African labour market: Policy relevant research possibilities using South African tax data. (2019). Kezia, Lilenstein ; Amina, Ebrahim. In: WIDER Working Paper Series. RePEc:unu:wpaper:wp-2019-31.

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2019The parent trap: Cash transfers and the intergenerational transmission of depressive symptoms in South Africa. (2019). Burns, Justine ; Eyal, Katherine . In: World Development. RePEc:eee:wdevel:v:117:y:2019:i:c:p:211-229.

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Works by Katherine Eyal:


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2014An Evaluation of the Determinants and Implications of Panel Attrition in the National Income Dynamics Survey (2008-2010) In: South African Journal of Economics.
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2013An evaluation of the determinants and implications of panel attrition in the National Income Dynamics Survey (2008 – 2010).(2013) In: SALDRU Working Papers.
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2015Risking it all for love? Resetting beliefs about HIV risk among low-income South African teens In: Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization.
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2013School Enrolment and the Child Support Grant: Evidence from South Africa In: SALDRU Working Papers.
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2016Up or Down? Intergenerational Mental Health Transmission and Cash Transfers in South Africa In: SALDRU Working Papers.
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2016What Difference Does A Year Make? The Cumulative Effect of Missing Cash Transfers on Schooling Attainment In: SALDRU Working Papers.
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2017The Intergenerational Transmission of Depression in South African Adolescents In: SALDRU Working Papers.
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2018Nurture surpasses nature: The intergenerational transmission of depression from African mothers to their adolescent children In: SALDRU Working Papers.
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2011Throwing the Book at the CSG In: SALDRU Working Papers.
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2013Encouraging Tutorial Attendance and its Impact on Grades: A Randomised Controlled Trial In: Working Papers.
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2014Microeconomic determinants of spatial mobility in post-apartheid South Africa: Longitudinal evidence from the National Income Dynamics Study In: Development Southern Africa.
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