Seán M Muller
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Academics as rent seekers: distorted incentives in higher education, with reference to the South African case
SM Muller
International Journal of Educational Development 52, 58-67, 2017
322017
The transmission of longevity across generations: The case of the settler Cape Colony
P Piraino, S Muller, J Cilliers, J Fourie
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 35, 105-119, 2014
312014
Causal Interaction and External Validity: Obstacles to the Policy Relevance of Randomized Evaluations
SM Muller
World Bank Economic Review 29 (suppl 1), S217-S225, 2015
272015
Randomised trials for policy: a review of the external validity of treatment effects
S Muller
102014
Another problem in the estimation of intergenerational income mobility
SM Muller
Economics Letters 108 (3), 291-295, 2010
82010
What Does an (South) African Economics Look Like?
SM Muller
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) in the South Conference, 87, 2017
52017
The economics and philosophy of the brain drain: A critical perspective from the periphery
SM Muller
South African Journal of Philosophy 36 (1), 115-132, 2017
52017
Begging the question: permanent income and social mobility
SM Muller
University of Cape Town, 2007
52007
Reply to “Research incentives and research output”: a caution on quantity incentives and the use of economic models for higher education policy
SM Muller
Higher Education, 1-10, 2019
32019
The black middle class: the challenges of joining two economies
S Muller
Gqubule, D. Making mistakes and righting wrongs. Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball …, 2006
32006
The implications of a fundamental contradiction in advocating randomized trials for policy
SM Muller
World Development 127, 104831, 2020
22020
The dangers of performative scientism as the alternative to anti-scientific policymaking: A critical, preliminary assessment of South Africa’s Covid-19 response and its …
SM Muller
World Development, 105290, 2020
12020
The external validity of treatment effects: An investigation of educational production
SM Muller
University of Cape Town, 2014
12014
South Africa’s Education FundingOutcomes Paradox: A Partial Explanation’
SM Muller
unpublished paper, Saldru Seminar, University of Cape Town, 2013
12013
Randomised Trials as a Dead-end for African Development
SM Muller
https://codesria.org/spip.php?article3085, 2020
2020
South Africa’s one-sided lockdown: coercing the poor, coddling the rich?
SM Muller
https://africasacountry.com/2020/04/south-africas-one-sided-lockdown …, 2020
2020
COVID-19: the cure could be worse than the disease for South Africa
SM Muller
https://theconversation.com/covid-19-the-cure-could-be-worse-than-the …, 2020
2020
Numéro spécial Essais controlés randomisés et la recherche de développement en Afrique
SM Muller
CODESRIA Bulletin, 2, 2020
2020
Fiscal Oversight by Parliament and Provincial Legislatures
SM Muller
http://psam.org.za/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Fiscal-Oversight.pdf, 2019
2019
Why has Parliament not yet made a substantive amendment to the national Budget?
S Muller
https://pmg.org.za/parliament-review/article/sean_muller, 2019
2019
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