Adeola Oyenubi : Citation Profile


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University of the Witwatersrand

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

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RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   4 years (2017 - 2021). See details.
   Cites by year: 0
   Journals where Adeola Oyenubi has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 1.    Total self citations: 1 (50 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Wittenberg, Martin (2)

Kollamparambil, Umakrishnan (2)

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

Is cited by:

POLEMIS, MICHAEL (1)

Eleftheriou, Konstantinos (1)

Cites to:

Moffitt, Robert (4)

Gottschalk, Peter (4)

Fitzgerald, John (4)

Imbens, Guido (3)

Galiani, Sebastian (2)

Wills, Gabrielle (2)

Kingdon, Geeta (2)

Hotz, V. Joseph (2)

Woolard, Ingrid (2)

Mitnik, Oscar (2)

van der Berg, Servaas (2)

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Where Adeola Oyenubi has published?


Journals with more than one article published# docs
Development Southern Africa2
PLOS ONE2

Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
Working Papers / Economic Research Southern Africa7

Recent works citing Adeola Oyenubi (2021 and 2020)


YearTitle of citing document
2021Textual Machine Learning: An Application to Computational Economics Research. (2021). POLEMIS, MICHAEL ; Eleftheriou, Konstantinos ; Dowling, Michael ; Alexakis, Christos. In: Computational Economics. RePEc:kap:compec:v:57:y:2021:i:1:d:10.1007_s10614-020-10077-3.

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Works by Adeola Oyenubi:


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2020A note on Covariate Balancing Propensity Score and Instrument-like variables In: Economics Bulletin.
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2019Diversification Measures and the Optimal Number of Stocks in a Portfolio: An Information Theoretic Explanation In: Computational Economics.
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2017Diversification measures and the optimal number of Stocks in a portfolio: An information theoretic explanation.(2017) In: Working Papers.
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2021Job loss and mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown: Evidence from South Africa In: PLOS ONE.
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2021Behavioural response to the Covid-19 pandemic in South Africa In: PLOS ONE.
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2019Who benefits from being self-employed in urban Ghana In: Working Papers.
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2019Who benefits from South African Child Support Grant: The role of gender and birthweight In: Working Papers.
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2021Who benefits from the South African Child Support Grant?: The role of gender and birthweight.(2021) In: Development Southern Africa.
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2020Does the choice of balance-measure matter under Genetic Matching? In: Working Papers.
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2021Does the choice of balance-measure matter under genetic matching?.(2021) In: Empirical Economics.
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2020Does Child Support Grant incentivise childbirth in South Africa? In: Working Papers.
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2020Impact of Social Transfers on Depressive Symptoms: Evidence from the South African Old Age Pension In: Working Papers.
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2020On sensitivity of Genetic Matching to the choice of balance measure In: Working Papers.
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2020Optimising balance using covariate balancing propensity score: The case of South African child support grant In: Development Southern Africa.
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