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Outcomes

SALDRU has done a range of work in this area over the last few years, including:

  • Training and updates for the Department of Social Development for their model of the cost of the social grant system
  • A tax-transfer microsimulation model for the National Treasury 
  • The analysis of a survey of grant beneficiaries for the Department of Social Development
  • Work on the mitigating effect of social transfers for a project entitled “Demographic and Poverty Dynamics in an African population with High AIDS Mortality and Implications for Social Policy” with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and University of KwaZulu-Natal

 

Papers

The fiscal cost of child grants in the context of high adult mortality in South Africa: A simulation to 2015

Hayley McEwan and Ingrid Woolard (2012). Development Southern Africa, 29(1): 141-156.

The Impact of Unconditional Cash Transfers on Nutrition: The South African Child Support Grant

Jorge Aguero, Michael Carter and Ingrid Woolard (2006). SALDRU Working Paper.

The Evolution and Impact of Unconditional Cash Transfers in South Africa

Ingrid Woolard and Murray Leibbrandt (2010). SALDRU Working Paper.

The impact of the South African child support and old age grants on children’s schooling and work

Debbie Budlender and Ingrid Woolard (2006). International Labour Market. 

 

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