Vimal Ranchhod
Vimal Ranchhod
Professor, SALDRU, School of Economics, University of Cape Town
Verified email at uct.ac.za
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Evidence on the impact of minimum wage laws in an informal sector: Domestic workers in South Africa
T Dinkelman, V Ranchhod
Journal of Development Economics 99 (1), 27-45, 2012
1942012
Sexual behavior, pregnancy, and schooling among young people in urban South Africa
L Marteleto, D Lam, V Ranchhod
Studies in family planning 39 (4), 351-368, 2008
1662008
The effects of the Kalamazoo Promise on college choice
RJ Andrews, S DesJardins, V Ranchhod
Economics of Education Review 29 (5), 722-737, 2010
1002010
The effect of the South African old age pension on labour supply of the elderly
V Ranchhod
South African Journal of Economics 74 (4), 725-744, 2006
982006
Labor force withdrawal of the elderly in South Africa
D Lam, M Leibbrandt, V Ranchhod
Advancing the Research Agenda on Aging in Africa, National Academies Press …, 2006
722006
Estimating the Short Run Effects of South Africa's Employment Tax Incentive on Youth Employment Probabilities using A Difference‐in‐Differences Approach
V Ranchhod, A Finn
South African Journal of Economics 84 (2), 199-216, 2016
452016
The influence of older classmates on adolescent sexual behavior in Cape Town, South Africa
D Lam, LJ Marteleto, V Ranchhod
Studies in family planning 44 (2), 147-167, 2013
352013
Household responses to adverse income shocks: Pensioner out-migration and mortality in South Africa
V Ranchhod
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2009
342009
The effects of the employment tax incentive on South African employment
A Ebrahim, M Leibbrandt, V Ranchhod
WIDER Working Paper, 2017
322017
Estimating the effect of adolescent fertility on educational attainment in Cape Town using a propensity score weighted regression
V Ranchhod, D Lam, M Leibbrandt, L Marteleto
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2011
312011
Estimating the responsiveness of college applications to the likelihood of acceptance and financial assistance: Evidence from Texas
RJ Andrews, V Ranchhod, V Sathy
Economics of Education Review 29 (1), 104-115, 2010
312010
Vulnerability and the middle class in South Africa
R Zizzamia, S Schotte, M Leibbrandt, V Ranchhod
302016
Labour market transitions in South Africa: what can we learn from matched labour force survey data?
V Ranchhod, T Dinkelman
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2007
292007
Genuine Fakes: The prevalence and implications of fieldworker fraud in a large South African survey
A Finn, V Ranchhod
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit, 2013
222013
Estimating the effects of South Africa's youth employment tax incentive–an update
V Ranchhod, A Finn
212015
Locked down and locked out: Repurposing social assistance as emergency relief to informal workers
I Bassier, J Budlender, R Zizzamia, M Leibbrandt, V Ranchhod
World Development 139, 105271, 2021
202021
South Africa can–and should–top up child support grants to avoid a humanitarian crisis
I Bassier, J Budlender, M Leibbrandt, R Zizzamia, V Ranchhod
The Conversation 31, 2020
192020
Youth labour market dynamics in South Africa: Evidence from NIDS 1-2-3
C Mlatsheni, V Ranchhod
SALDRU, University of Cape Town, 2017
192017
Labour market dynamics in South Africa in the time of COVID-19: Evidence from wave 1 of the NIDS-CRAM survey
V Ranchhod, RC Daniels
182020
Schooling and early childbearing in urban South Africa
L Marteleto, D Lam, V Ranchhod
Population Studies Center Report, 2006
182006
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