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  1. by Asghar, Adelzadeh
    Keywords: This paper uses a micro-simulation model of tax and transfers, with links to uk performance to compare and contrast the effectiveness of
  2. by Asghar Adelzadeh
    DBSA (2008) Infrastructure Barometer 2008
    Keywords: The paper uses a linked macro-micro model of South Africa to answer an important question: What are the prospects for increased infrastructure spending to...
  3. by Adelzadeh and Alvillar
    Keywords: Provides a summary of ADRS' research report on the economic and household impact of alternative national minimum wage scenarios for South Africa.
    Posted: January 18, 2017
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  5. by Asghar Adelzadeh
    Keywords: This article uses ADRS Linked National-Provincial Macro-Micro Economic Model of South Africa (ADRS-LNPM) to present growth rolex replica
    Posted: December 20, 2016
  6. by Emma Dunn
    Keywords: ADRS Online Country Economic Analysis System (OCEANS) is used to assess the mac replica watches uk
    Posted: December 20, 2016
  7. by A Adelzadeh, C Alvillar
    Keywords: Projections of Fastest Growing Occupations and Most New Jobs in South Africa in the next 10 years (2015-2025) using Linked Macro-Education Model cheap fake watches online (LM-EM).
    Posted: November 29, 2016
  8. by Asghar Adelzadeh
    Keywords: Uses LM-EM to answer: what are the likely future trends in South Africa's economic, labour market performance, and the demand and supply of skills?
    Posted: November 14, 2016
  9. by Asghar Adelzadeh
    Keywords: LM-EM provides a platform to design economic, labour force, and education policy scenarios to forecast economic and demand and supply of skills indicators.
    Posted: November 14, 2016