Michael Rogan
Michael Rogan
Institute of Social and Economic Research
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Gender and multidimensional poverty in South Africa: Applying the global multidimensional poverty index (MPI)
M Rogan
Social Indicators Research 126, 987-1006, 2016
Gendered trends in poverty in the post-apartheid period, 1997–2006
D Posel, M Rogan
Development Southern Africa 29 (1), 97-113, 2012
Women, income and poverty: Gendered access to resources in post-apartheid South Africa
D Posel, M Rogan
Agenda 23 (81), 25-34, 2009
Schooling inequality, higher education and the labour market: Evidence from a graduate tracer study in the Eastern Cape, South Africa
M Rogan, J Reynolds
Development Southern Africa 33 (3), 343-360, 2016
The COVID-19 crisis and the South African informal economy:‘Locked out’of livelihoods and employment
M Rogan, C Skinner
African Centre for Cities Working Paper (15 July) 14, 2020
Measured as poor versus feeling poor: Comparing money-metric and subjective poverty rates in South Africa
D Posel, M Rogan
Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 17 (1), 55-73, 2016
Poverty and headship in post-apartheid South Africa, 1997–2006
M Rogan
Social Indicators Research 113, 491-511, 2013
Gender and informal livelihoods: Coping strategies and perceptions of waste pickers in Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America
AC Ogando, S Roever, M Rogan
International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 37 (7/8), 435-451, 2017
Health risks and informal employment in South Africa: does formality protect health?
L Alfers, M Rogan
International journal of occupational and environmental health 21 (3), 207-215, 2015
Rites of passage to adulthood: traditional initiation schools in the context of HIV/AIDS in the Limpopo Province, South Africa
L Malisha, P Maharaj, M Rogan
Health, Risk & Society 10 (6), 585-598, 2008
Alternative definitions of headship and the ‘feminisation’of income poverty in post-apartheid South Africa
M Rogan
The Journal of Development Studies 49 (10), 1344-1357, 2013
The nature of the South African informal sector as reflected in the quarterly labour-force survey, 2008-2014
M Rogan, C Skinner
Capetown: University of Capetown, 2017
Informal sector employment and poverty in South Africa: identifying the contribution of ‘informal’sources of income on aggregate poverty measures
P Cichello, M Rogan
Southern Africa Labour and Development Research Unit (SALDRU), University of …, 2017
Informal employment in the global south: Globalization, production relations, and “precarity”
M Rogan, S Roever, MA Chen, F Carré
Precarious work 31, 307-333, 2017
Measured as poor versus feeling poor: Comparing objective and subjective poverty rates in South Africa
D Posel, M Rogan
WIDER Working Paper, 2014
Using Google data to measure the role of Big Food and fast food in South Africa’s obesity epidemic
S Otterbach, HR Oskorouchi, M Rogan, M Qaim
World Development 140, 105368, 2021
The size and structure of the South African informal sector 2008-2014: A labour-force analysis
M Rogan, C Skinner
The South African informal sector: Creating jobs, reducing poverty, 77-102, 2018
Gendered inequalities in the South African informal economy
M Rogan, L Alfers
Agenda 33 (4), 91-102, 2019
Poverty may have declined, but women and female-headed households still suffer most
M Rogan
Grahamstown [en línea] http://www. econ3x3. org/article/poverty-may-have …, 2014
Food poverty, hunger and household production in rural Eastern Cape households
M Rogan
Development Southern Africa 35 (1), 90-104, 2018
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