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Using systems thinking to create a viable student recruitment model : accommodating conflicting concerns in the student recruitment process.
The University of Natal has a Schools Liaison team that is responsible for undergraduate Students Recruitment. Recruitment activities are, however, not restricted to the Schools Liaison team. There are special programmes ...
Government expenditure growth in South Africa, 1960-1993.
This study is about government expenditure in South Africa for the 1960 - 1993 period. It seeks to investigate (i) the sources of growth of government expenditure, (ii) the relative contribution of the major functional ...
Stability of money demand and monetary policy in a small developing economy - Uganda : an econometric investigation into some basic issues.
A stable money demand function is the essence of planning and implementing monetary policy. This thesis explores the stability of the M2 money demand function in Uganda for the period 1980-2002. We estimate and interpret ...
Productivity bias hypothesis in purchasing power parity : a Swiss-South African case, 1994-2003.
Professors Bela Balassa and Paul Samuelson (1964) have made a significant contribution to the theories of exchange rate by bringing a new thinking to the most popular exchange rate model, Purchasing Power Parity (PPP). ...
Local content protection in the motor vehicle industry in South Africa, 1960-1990.
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Costs and benefits of eradicating alien invasive vegetation from the upper reaches of the Mhlatuze catchment.
Alien invasive vegetation threatens the functioning of natural ecosystems as well as their services, which sustain human welfare, both directly and indirectly. The proliferation of this vegetation in South Africa has been ...
Consumption and house prices in South Africa.
Many countries such as Australia, Ireland, Netherlands, United Kingdom (UK), Spain, United States of America (USA) and South Africa (SA) among others have experienced an increase in housing prices, since the late 1990s. ...
A critical analysis of the international terms of shipment in dry-bulk exports from the Port of Richards Bay.
Approximately 98 % of South African exports are conveyed by sea. The volume of South Africa's sea trade represents approximately 3,5 percent of world seaborne trade in tonnage terms, a performance that placed the ...
Performance of students in the College of Law and Management Studies, UKZN : an econometric analysis.
South Africa needs more higher education graduates with the capability to adapt to and function in a knowledge-driven and knowledge-dependent economy and society. High dropout and failure rates, as well as the slow ...