SAJE South African Journal of Economics VOLUME 86: 1/MARCH 2018 Occupational mobility during South Africa's industrial take-off JEANNE CILLIERS AND JOHAN FOURIE Social transfer beneﬁ ts and retirement decisions: evidence from South Africa STEVE MUCHIRI AND JOHN GAREN Macroeconomic effects of commodity price shocks in a low-income economy: The case of tobacco in Malawi BERTHA CHIPO BANGARA AND JOHN PAUL DUNNE Unemployment in Africa: A fractional integration approach GUGLIELMO MARIA CAPORALE AND LUIS ALBERIKO GIL-ALANA Systemic risks spillovers and interdependence among stock markets: international evidence with CoVaR-copulas GIDEON BOAKO AND PAUL ALAGIDEDE “Post-truth,” “alternative facts” and “fakenomics” GAVIN KEETON wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/saje OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL 2017 The Economic Society of South Africa secretary Founded 1925 Le Roux Burrows The primary goal of the Society is to promote Dept of Economics, Stellenbosch University discussion of economic issues, both theoretical and Private Bag X1; Matieland, 7602 Tel 021-808 2243 applied. It subscribes to no ideology and welcomes email@example.com contributions on any economic topic of a theoretical, applied or policy nature. It welcomes critical discussion treasurer Marinda Pretorius of views previously published in the Journal. Dept of Economics, University of Johannesburg Membership is open to any person who subscribes to PO Box 524;
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