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A general paper on economic events at the time, delivered February, 1927,
Journal of the Economic Society of South Africa, Vol I no 2
Both addresses dealt with the Great Depression. The first was delivered in July, 1930, the second in 1931, under the title "Presidential address, 1930-31," and published in the Journal of the Economic Society of South Africa, 1930, Vol. III, Part 2, and 1931, Vol. IV, Part 2
The wealth of Africa
The union native and the Witwatersrand gold mines SAJE, 1933
The upward turn
Economics in South Africa gold, 1936-37
Safeguarding the investor
The Pretoria mints
Economic lessons of the allied war effort
World economic solidarity
World economic welfare
The task before us: With special reference to industry
Economic incentives of the post-war world
The problem of imperial preference
An approach to the Indian problem in South Africa
Wool in the South African economy, F.J.C. Cronje, in lieu of Prof. Burrows (1949)
Economic co-operation between Western Europe and the Commonwealth
The politico-economic background of Jan van Riebeeck's settlement
Economics as a tool of business management
The transition to customs union in South Africa
Capital and economic policy in the union of South Africa
The need for currency stabilization
The present state of monetary policy
Die huidige taak van die ekonoom met spesiale verwysing na Suid-Afrika.
Aspects of economic growth with special reference to South Africa
Men of two worlds: Some aspects of migratory labour
Land reform in Bantu areas and its effect upon urban labour
Cost inflation and economic institutions
Cultivated growth and the market economy
The financing of higher education in South Africa, with particular reference to the universities economic balance, dualism and growth
Improvements in the adjustment process and the restoration of international monetary stability
Inflasie en die finansiële meganisme
The future of taxation
The national debt
Die toegevoegde waarde belasting
Population and economic development in South Africa
Some thoughts on devaluation
On tariff policy: The formative years
Die mikro- en makro-studie van ekonomiese verskynsels: Die gevaar van isolasie
Aspects of the goal of the firm in the world of today
The economic rationale for educational planning
Education and income distribution
Monetary policy in South Africa (1979)
The new South African business cycle and its implications for South Africa
New developments in monetary policy in South Africa
Corporate finance and monetary policy
Market-oriented policies and financial markets
Monetêre stabiliteit as voorvereiste in die ekonomiese politiek
The evolution of the theory of economic policy
Economics and politics in South Africa today
Confused thinking, intellectual fashion and received knowledge in economics today
Privatization: An economist's view
Demografie, skuld en ekonomiese ontwikkeling
Markets, information and liberty
After apartheid: Correcting economic failure
Trade reform: Finding the right road
Lessons for South Africa from the New Growth and Trade Theories
The RDP and a structural problem in the South African economy
Prognosis for growth and development in South Africa
The university as firm: Oxymoron or a pour parler se rirer d'affaire?
The economics of health and the health of economics
Problems and prospects of African economic development
Polarised development in a SADC free trade area
Fiscal implications of the economic globalisation of South Africa
structural economic reform in South Africa: some international comparisons
On the case for black economic empowerment in South Africa
Poverty at the household level: A review of theory and South African evidence
Nepad and the capital flows initiative: Can Africa walk the walk?
Aid and development in Africa: The debate, the challenges and the way forward
The emergence of institutionalized social dialogue in SA
After Mugabe goes – the economic and political reconstruction of Zimbabwe
Growth and Poverty in South Africa: An Analytic Review.
Why Focus on Economic Mobility in the Measurement and Analysis of Economic Well-Being in South Africa?
Nationalising South African mines: Back to a prosperous future, or down a rabbit hole?
Assets matter: A new and old view of monetary policy
Facing the conundrum: How useful is the developmental state' concept in South Africa?
Wages, productivity, and labour’s declining income share in post-Apartheid South Africa.
Presidential: The political economy of middle-income traps: is South Africa in a long run growth trap? The path to ‘bounded populism’.
“Post-truth”, “alternative facts” & “Fakenomics”