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Periodical articleAdu, E.O. and Oshati, T. (2014)
Psychological variables as correlate of students' academic achievements in secondary school economics in Oyo State, Nigeria
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 26 #1. p. 1-17.

BookUganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) (2013)
U.A.C.E arts: history, economics, IRE & CRE: 1999 - 2013
Kampala: UNEB.

Periodical articleSmith, Leonard C. and Ranchhod, Vimal (2012)
See this publicationMeasuring the impact of educational interventions on the academic performance of academic development students in second-year microeconomics
South African Journal of Economics. Volume 80 #3. p. 431-448.

Periodical articleHorn, Petronella and Jansen, Ada and Yu, Derek (2011)
See this publicationFactors explaining the academic success of second-year economics students: an exploratory analysis
South African Journal of Economics. Volume 79 #2. p. 202-210.

Periodical articleParker, Kudayja M. (2010)
See this publicationDoes attendance at a historically white university benefit non-white students of introductory economics in South Africa?
South African Journal of Economics. Volume 78 #2. p. 208-218.

Periodical articleHorn, P.M. and Jansen, A.I. (2009)
See this publicationTutorial classes: why bother? An investigation into the impact of tutorials on the performance of economics students
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 77 #1. p. 179-189.

Periodical articleLuiz, John M. (2009)
See this publicationEvaluating the performance of South African economics departments
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 77 #4. p. 591-602.

Periodical articlePretorius, A.M. and Prinsloo, P. and Uys, M.D. (2009)
See this publicationStudent performance in Introductory Microeconomics at an African open and distance learning institution
Abstract presentAfrica Education Review. Volume 6 #1. p. 140-158.

Periodical articleSmith, Leonard C. (2009)
See this publicationAn analysis of the impact of pedagogic interventions in first-year academic development and mainstream courses in microeconomics
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 77 #1. p. 162-178.

Periodical articleSmith, Leonard and Edwards, Lawrence (2007)
See this publicationA multivariate evaluation of mainstream and academic development courses in first-year microeconomics
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 75 #1. p. 99-117.

Periodical articleParker, Kudayja (2006)
See this publicationThe effect of student characteristics on achievement in introductory microeconomics in South Africa
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 74 #1. p. 137-149.

Periodical articleVan der Merwe, Alex (2006)
See this publicationIdentifying some constraints in first year economics teaching and learning at a typical South African university of technology
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 74 #1. p. 150-159.

Periodical articleViljoen, R.P. (2005)
The Changing Popularity of Economics at South African Universities, 1991-1999
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economic History. Volume 20 #2. September. p. 131-144.

Periodical articleLuiz, John (2004)
See this publicationState of economics at South African universities
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 72 #1. p. 187-206.

Periodical articleVan Walbeek, Corné (2004)
See this publicationDoes lecture attendance matter? Some observations from a first-year economics course at the University of Cape Town
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 72 #4. p. 861-883.

Periodical articleHosking, S.G. (1997)
See this publicationThe costs and benefits of doctoral education in economics in South Africa
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 65 #2. p. 245-257.

BookDegefe, Befekadu (1994)
See this publicationHuman capacity building of professionals in sub-Saharan Africa: a case study of economists in Ethiopia
Nairobi: African Economic Research Consortium. AERC special papers series #17. 45p.

Conference paperFine, Jeffrey C. and Lyakurwa, William and Gordon Drabek, Anne (eds.) (1994)
PhD education in economics in sub-Saharan Africa: lessons and prospects
Abstract presentNairobi: East African Educational Publishers in association with African Economic Research Consortium. 184p.

BookAjayi, S. Ibi and Pegatienan, H. Jacques and Mukras, Mohamed (1990)
See this publicationGraduate training in economics for Africans: a joint report
Abstract presentNairobi: Initiatives Publishers. AERC special papers series #5. 34p.

BookPegatienan, H. Jacques (1990)
Graduate training in economics in francophone West and Central Africa
Abstract presentNairobi: Initiatives Publishers. AERC special papers series #7. 19p.

Periodical articleCampbell, H. (1988)
The teaching and research of political economy in Africa with specific reference to East Africa
Abstract presentThe African Review: A Journal of African Politics, Development and International Affairs. Volume 15 #1. p. 89-106.

Periodical articleTrotter, G.J. (1981)
See this publicationThe supply of economists
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Economics. Volume 49 #3. p. 256-268.

Periodical articleObemeata, Joseph O. (1980)
Pupils' perspective of the purpose of economics education in Nigerian secondary grammar schools
Abstract presentWest African Journal of Education. Volume 21 #2. p. 113-121.

Periodical articleDuller, H.J. (1969)
Het economisch onderwijs aan Afrikaanse universiteiten
Abstract presentKroniek van Afrika. #1. p. 50-64.

Periodical articleKimble, Helen (1969)
See this publicationOn the teaching of economics in Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 7 #4. p. 713-741.

Periodical articleOkonjo, Chukuka (1963)
On the teaching of economics in Nigeria
Abstract presentThe Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies. Volume 5 #2. p. 197-210.

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