Miracle Ntuli

University of Cape Town (UCT)

Private Bag X3

Rondebosch, Western Cape 7701

South Africa

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

5

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307

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Scholarly Papers (5)

1.

Determinants of South African Women's Labour Force Participation, 1995-2004

IZA Discussion Paper No. 3119
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 22 Nov 2007
Miracle Ntuli
University of Cape Town (UCT)
Downloads 228 (146,681)

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feminisation, labour force, decomposition analysis

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A Detailed Decomposition Analysis of the Public-Private Sector Wage Gap in South Africa

IZA Discussion Paper No. 9271
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 04 Sep 2015
Prudence Kwenda and Miracle Ntuli
University College Dublin (UCD) and University of Cape Town (UCT)
Downloads 37 (473,919)

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public sector, wage gap, recentered influence function, decomposition

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Trends in the Intergenerational Transmission of Education Among Black South Africans

IZA Discussion Paper No. 8546
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 25 Oct 2014
Prudence Magejo, Miracle Ntuli and Tendai Gwatidzo
University of the Witwatersrand, University of Cape Town (UCT) and University of the Witwatersrand
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intergenerational transmission, education, South Africa

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Former Homeland Areas and Unemployment in South Africa: A Decomposition Approach

IZA Discussion Paper No. 12941
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 10 Feb 2020
Prudence Magejo, Miracle Ntuli and Gibson Mudiriza
University of the Witwatersrand, University of Cape Town (UCT) and University of Cape Town (UCT)
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unemployment, former homeland area, decomposition and South Africa

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Learning from the 'Best': The Impact of Tax-Benefit Systems in Africa

IZA Discussion Paper No. 12017
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 23 Jan 2019
IZA Institute of Labor Economics, University of Essex, University College Dublin (UCD) and University of Cape Town (UCT)
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tax-benefit policy, microsimulation, inequality, poverty, Africa