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Joshua Budlender
Joshua Budlender
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, SALDRU, University of Cape Town
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The labour market and poverty impacts of COVID‐19 in South Africa
I Bassier, J Budlender, R Zizzamia, R Jain
South African Journal of Economics 91 (4), 419-445, 2023
183*2023
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, 2020
882020
South African poverty lines: A review and two new money-metric thresholds
J Budlender, M Leibbrandt, I Woolard
722015
NIDS-CRAM Wave 1 synthesis report: Overview and findings
N Spaull, C Ardington, I Bassier, H Bhorat, G Bridgeman, T Brophy, ...
NIDS-CRAM Working Paper, 2020
55*2020
Urban “slums” and social mobility
I Turok, J Budlender, J Visagie
Development Policy Review 36 (6), 703-725, 2018
34*2018
Edged out: Spatial mismatch and spatial justice in South Africa’s main urban areas
J Budlender, L Royston
SERI, Johannesburg, 2016
332016
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
282020
How current measures underestimate the level of poverty in South Africa
J Budlender, I Woolard, M Leibbrandt
The Conversation 3, 2015
222015
The labour market impacts of COVID-19 in South Africa: An update with NIDS-CRAM Wave 3
I Bassier, J Budlender, R Zizzamia
NIDS-CRAM Wave 3, 2021
212021
Simulation of options to replace the special COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress grant and close the poverty gap at the food poverty line
M Goldman, I Bassier, J Budlender, L Mzankomo, I Woolard, ...
WIDER Working Paper, 2021
202021
Estimating employment responses to South Africa's Employment Tax Incentive
J Budlender, A Ebrahim
WIDER Working Paper, 2021
122021
Industry classification in the South African tax microdata
J Budlender, A Ebrahim
WIDER Working Paper, 2020
92020
Social distress and (some) relief: Estimating the impact of pandemic job loss on poverty in South Africa
I Bassier, J Budlender, M Goldman
WIDER Working Paper, 2022
62022
National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS)–Coronavirus Rapid Mobile Survey (CRAM)
N Spaull, A Oyenubi, A Kerr, B Maughan-Brown, C Ardington, C Christian, ...
Synthesis Report: NIDS-CRAM Wave 2, 2020
62020
Why the employment numbers differ so vastly in the Quarterly Labour Force Survey and NIDS-CRAM
I Bassier, J Budlender, A Kerr
Daily Maverick 25, 2021
52021
Markups and market structure in South Africa: What can be learnt from new administrative data?
J Budlender
WIDER Working Paper, 2019
42019
Weakly relative poverty lines in developing countries: The case of South Africa
J Budlender, M Leibbrandt, I Woolard
Conference of the Economic Society of South Africa, 2015
42015
Has the Employment Tax Incentive Created Jobs?
J Budlender, A Ebrahim
línea] https://satied. wider. unu. edu/article/has-the-employment-tax …, 2022
22022
Methods for credible evaluation of programme stimulus effects in South Africa
I Bassier, J Budlender
12021
SA-TIED
J Budlender
2024
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