|Type||Journal Article - South African Journal of Economics|
|Title||How household context affects search outcomes of the unemployed in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa|
Household approaches to labour market issues in South Africa are not at all new. This paper presents a review of some household themes that have been used to examine the relationship between individuals and the labour market, and employs a search model of the labour market, adapted for household effects, to understand why some South Africans are successful in their job search while others remain jobless.
|»||South Africa - Integrated Household Survey 1993|
|»||South Africa - Kwazulu-Natal Income Dynamics Study 1993-1998, Waves 1 and 2|