Methods of regional economic analysis (2020)
- Dr Koech Cheruiyot
Evidence-based policy making is an important ingredient in meeting the challenges of regional growth and development. There are many techniques at the disposal of regional scientists and economic development and other policy makers that can be used to provide analysis in support of particular policies and programmes. This project was intended to equip Gauteng-based economic development practitioners in local and provincial governments with analytical capabilities to determine the regional consequences of a wide range of policy initiatives. The project resulted in an academic publication, a reports and presentations, detailed below.
Cheruiyot, K. (2019 - published online) ‘Heterogeneous Relationship between Income Inequality and its Correlates in the Gauteng City-Region, South Africa: A Quantile Regression Approach’. Development Southern Africa. https://doi.org/10.1080/0376835X.2019.1701415
Cheruiyot, K. (2020) ‘Exploring evidence of spatial economic agglomeration in Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa ‘. Working paper 808. Economic Research South Africa.
Cheruiyot, K. (2019). “Exploring evidence of spatial economic agglomeration in Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, Gauteng, South Africa using exploratory spatial data analysis approaches”. Regional Studies Association, Annual Conference taking place in Santiago de Compostela, Spain. (June 5-7).
Cheruiyot, K. (2018). ‘A Social Accounting Matrix Approach to Measuring the Size and Linkages of the Real Estate Sector in the Gauteng City-Region, South Africa". African Real Estate Society Conference; Integrating African Real Estate: An Agenda, Abeokuta, Nigeria (September 11-14).
Last updated: 9 June 2020