Johan Fourie
Johan Fourie
Department of Economics, Stellenbosch University
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The impact of mega-sport events on tourist arrivals
J Fourie, M Santana-Gallego
Tourism management 32 (6), 1364-1370, 2011
Economic infrastructure: a review of definitions, theory and empirics
J Fourie
South African Journal of Economics 74 (3), 530-556, 2006
South African mega-sport events and their impact on tourism
J Fourie, K Spronk
Journal of Sport & Tourism 16 (1), 75-97, 2011
The remarkable wealth of the Dutch Cape Colony: measurements from eighteenth‐century probate inventories1
J Fourie
The Economic History Review 66 (2), 419-448, 2013
Ethnic reunion and cultural affinity
J Fourie, M Santana-Gallego
Tourism Management 36, 411-420, 2013
The dynamics of inequality in a newly settled, pre-industrial society: the case of the Cape Colony
J Fourie, D Von Fintel
Cliometrica 4 (3), 229-267, 2010
Settler skills and colonial development: the H uguenot wine‐makers in eighteenth‐century D utch S outh A frica
J Fourie, D Von Fintel
The Economic History Review 67 (4), 932-963, 2014
Religion, religious diversity and tourism
J Fourie, J Rosselló, M Santana‐Gallego
Kyklos 68 (1), 51-64, 2015
The significance of the Cape trade route to economic activity in the Cape Colony: a medium-term business cycle analysis
WH Boshoff, J Fourie
European review of economic history 14 (3), 469-503, 2010
The data revolution in African economic history
J Fourie
Journal of Interdisciplinary History 47 (2), 193-212, 2016
GDP in the D utch C ape C olony: The National Accounts of a Slave‐Based Society
J Fourie, JL Van Zanden
South African Journal of Economics 81 (4), 467-490, 2013
The determinants of African tourism
J Fourie, M Santana-Gallego
Development Southern Africa 30 (3), 347-366, 2013
The South African poor White problem in the early twentieth century: Lessons for poverty today
J Fourie
Management Decision, 2007
A history with evidence: Income inequality in the Dutch Cape colony
J Fourie, D Von Fintel
Economic History of Developing Regions 26 (1), 16-48, 2011
Infrastructure in South Africa: Who is to finance and who is to pay?
E Calitz, J Fourie
Development Southern Africa 27 (2), 177-191, 2010
Fatal attraction: How security threats hurt tourism
J Fourie, J Rosselló-Nadal, M Santana-Gallego
Journal of Travel Research 59 (2), 209-219, 2020
The historically high cost of tertiary education in South Africa
E Calitz, J Fourie
Politikon 43 (1), 149-154, 2016
“For the public benefit”? Railways in the British Cape Colony
A Herranz-Loncán, J Fourie
European Review of Economic History 22 (1), 73-100, 2018
The transmission of longevity across generations: The case of the settler Cape Colony
P Piraino, S Muller, J Cilliers, J Fourie
Stellenbosch University, Department of Economics Working Papers, 2013
Numeracy of A fricans, A sians, and E uropeans during the early modern period: new evidence from C ape C olony court registers
J Baten, J Fourie
The Economic History Review 68 (2), 632-656, 2015
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