Paul-Francois Muzindutsi, PhD
Paul-Francois Muzindutsi, PhD
School of Accounting, Economics and Finance, University of KwaZulu-Natal
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Macroeconomic determinants of household consumption expenditure in Ghana: a multivariate cointegration approach
CO Bonsu, PF Muzindutsi
International Journal of Economics and Financial Issues 7 (4), 737-745, 2017
482017
Investor sentiment and stock return volatility: Evidence from the Johannesburg Stock Exchange
L Rupande, HT Muguto, PF Muzindutsi
Cogent Economics & Finance 7 (1), DOI: 10.1080/23322039.2019.1600233, 2019
312019
The effect of exchange rate movements and economic growth on job creation
C Chipeta, DF Meyer, PF Muzindutsi
De Gruyter, 2017
202017
The impact of economic sectors on local economic development (LED): The case of the Capricorn Region, Limpopo Province, South Africa
R Garidzirai, DF Meyer, PF Muzindutsi
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS AND FINANCE STUDIES 11 (2), 19-34, 2019
172019
EFFECT OF POLITICAL RISK SHOCKS ON TOURISM REVENUE IN SOUTH AFRICA: TIME SERIES ANALYSIS
PF Muzindutsi, JC Manaliyo
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT STUDIES 8 (2), 1309-8047, 2016
172016
Socially responsible investment and macroeconomic stability in South Africa: An application of vector error correction model
PF Muzindutsi, TJ Sekhampu
Journal of Applied Business Research, 29(6), p.1623-1630 29 (6), 1623, 2013
142013
Determinants of house prices and new construction activity: An empirical investigation of the Namibian housing market
T Sunde, PF Muzindutsi
The Journal of Developing Areas 51 (3), 389-407, 2017
122017
Effect of capital and liquidity management on profitability of major South African banks
B Molefe, PF Muzindutsi
The 28th Annual Conference of the Southern African Institute of Management …, 2016
122016
Manufacturing production and non-agricultural employment rate in South Africa: Time series analysis
PF Muzindutsi, MM Maepa
Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies 6 (10), 779-786, 2014
122014
The Exchange Rate Risk in the Johannesburg Stock Market: An Application of the Arbitrage Pricing Model
PF Muzindutsi, F Niyimbanira
Journal of Global Business and Technology 8 (1), 60-70, 2012
122012
Time series analysis of interaction between aggregate expenditure and job creation in South Africa
T Habanabakize, PF Muzindutsi
Journal of Governance and Regulation 4 (4), 649-657, 2015
112015
Determinants of leisure satisfaction among undergraduate students at a South African University
PF Muzindutsi, Z Masango
International Journal of Business and Management Studies 7 (2), 1-15, 2015
112015
Community participation in crime prevention: informal social control practices in Site B, Khayelitsha township
JC Manaliyo, PF Muzindutsi
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 4 (3), 121, 2013
92013
Return predictability and market conditions: evidence from Nigerian, South African and Mauritian stock markets
AA Obalade, PF Muzindutsi
African Journal of Business and Economic Research 13 (2), 7-23, 2018
82018
The Adaptive Market Hypothesis and the Day‑of‑the‑Week Effect in African Stock Markets: the Markov Switching Model
AA Obalade, PF Muzindutsi
Comparative Economic Research. Central and Eastern Europe 22 (3), 145-162, 2019
72019
Are there Cycles of Efficiency and Inefficiency? Adaptive Market Hypothesis in Three African Stock Markets
AA Obalade, PF Muzindutsi
Frontiers in Finance and Economics 15 (1), 185-202, 2018
72018
Does SADC Constitute An Optimum Currency Area? Evidence From Generalised Purchasing Power Parity
EH Redda, PF Muzindutsi
The 8th Economics & Finance Conference, 84-98, 2017
72017
Determinants of perceived causes of poverty among South Africa’s post-apartheid generation
N Maseko, D Viljoen, PF Muzindutsi
Journal of Human Ecology 52 (3), 160-167, 2015
72015
FINANCIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SUBJECTIVE FINANCIAL RISK TOLERANCE AMONG STUDENTS AT A SOUTH AFRICAN UNIVERSITY
PM Ramudzuli, PF Muzindutsi
Risk governance & control: financial markets & institutions 5 (3), 180-185, 2015
72015
Analysis of the Keynesian theory of employment and sectoral job creation: The case of the South African manufacturing sector
T Habanabakize, PF Muzindutsi
Folia Oeconomica Stetinensia 18 (1), 123, 2018
62018
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