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Kilimani N, van Heerden JH, and Bohlmann HR. 2016. Water resource accounting for Uganda: Use and policy relevancy. In Water Policy, 18(1), pp 161-181.
Koch SF, and Racine J. 2016. Healthcare facility choice and user fee abolition: Regression discontinuity in a multinomial choice setting. In Journal of the Royal Statistical Society Series a-Statistics in Society, 179(4), pp 927-950.
Lahiani A, Hammoudeh S, and Gupta R. 2016. Linkages between  nancial sector CDS spreads and macroeconomic in uence in a nonlinear setting. In International Review of Economics & Finance, 43, pp 443-456.
Li X, Balcilar M, Gupta R, and Chang T. 2016. The causal relationship between economic policy uncertainty and stock returns in China and India: Evidence from a bootstrap rolling window approach. In Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, 52, pp 674-689.
Lux T, Segnon M, and Gupta R. 2016. Forecasting crude oil price volatility and value-at-risk: Evidence from historical and recent data. In Energy Economics, 56, pp 117-133.
Morokong T, Blignaut JN, Nkambule N, Mudhavanhu S, and Vundla T. 2016. Clearing invasive alien plants as a cost-e ective strategy for water catchment management: The case of the Olifants river catchment, South Africa. In South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 19(5), pp 774-787.
Mudhavanhu S, Blignaut JN, Nkambule N, Morokong T, and Vundla T. 2016. A cost-bene t analysis of using Rooikrans as biomass feedstock for electricity generation: A case study of the De Hoop Nature Reserve, South Africa. In South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 19(5), pp 788-813.
Mukherjee Z, Dey D, and Gupta R. 2016. Time series e ects of dissolved oxygen and nitrogen on Long Island Sound lobster harvest. In Natural Hazards, 84, pp 1849-1858.
Nakumuryango A, and InglesiLotz R. 2016. South Africa’s performance on renewable energy and its relative position against the OECD countries and the rest of Africa. In Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 56, pp 999-1007.
Nasr A, Lux T, Ajmi A, and Gupta R. 2016. Forecasting the volatility of the Dow Jones Islamic Stock Market Index: Long memory vs. regime switching. In International Review of Economics & Finance, 45, pp 559-571.
Ngalawa H, Tchana-Tchana F, and Viegi N. 2016. Banking instability and deposit insurance: The role of moral hazard. In Journal of Applied Economics, 19(2), pp 323-350.
Ntuli M, Mabugu(Chitiga) MR, Karuaihe ST, Alaba F, Tsoanamatsie NL, and Kweda P. 2016. Gender inequalities in morbidity: a South African investigation. In Journal for Studies in Economics and Econometrics, 40(3), pp 39-63.
Paetz M, and Gupta R. 2016. Stock price dynamics and the business cycle in an estimated DSGE model for South Africa. In Journal of International Financial Markets Institutions & Money, 44, pp 166-182.
Pierdzioch C, Reid M, and Gupta R. 2016. Forecasting the South African in ation rate: On asymmetric loss and forecast rationality. In Economic Systems, 40, pp 82-92.
Pierdzioch C, Reid M, and Gupta R. 2016. In ation forecasts and forecaster herding: evidence from South African survey data. In Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 62, pp 42-50.
Simo Kengne BD, Miller S, Gupta R, and Balcilar M. 2016. Evolution of the monetary transmission mechanism in the US: The role of asset returns. In Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, 52, pp 226-243.
Smulders SA, Stiglingh M, Franzsen RCD, and Fletcher L. 2016. Determinants of internal tax compliance costs: Evidence from South Africa. In Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, 9(3), pp 714-729.
Stofberg F, and van Heerden JH. 2016. The short-term economic impact of levying e-tolls on industries. In South African Journal Of Economics, 84(4), pp 574-593.
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