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    • Financial guarantees and public debt in South Africa 

      Miruka, Ogutu; Mah, Gisele; Nchake, Mamello A. (Virtus Interpress, 2015)
      A few years since the worst of the Euro sovereign debt crisis, many nations, from Cyprus to Ireland, including South Africa are re-visiting their public debt management to avert or lessen the impact of similar such happenings ...
    • Government debt reduction in the USA and Greece: a comparative VECM analysis 

      Mah, Gisele; Mongale, Itumeleng P.; Mukuddem-Petersen, Janine (International Ataturk Alatoo University, 2016)
      The purpose of this paper is to estimate comparative debt reduction models for the USA and Greece using Vector Error Correction Model analysis and Granger causality test. The study provides an empirical framework that could ...
    • The effects of public debt on foreign direct investment in South Africa (1983-2013): an empirical analysis 

      Oche, Mary Oyemowo; Mah, Gisele; Mongale, Itumeleng (Virtus interpress, 2016)
      The political move in South Africa occurred against a setting of high government deficits. Efforts have been made over the years by the government to reduce fiscal deficit and inflation, liberalize the capital account and ...
    • The governance of federal debt in the United States of America 

      Mah, Gisele (Virtus, 2017)
      The United State of America has been experiencing high debt to GDP ratio of more than 100% and these Public debts are detrimental. The main purpose of this study was to examine the shocks of the variables on others in the ...
    • The role of government spending on economic growth in a developing country 

      Oladele, M.F.; Mah, Gisele; Mongale, Itumeleng (Virtus, 2017)
      The issue of whether government expenditure helps or hinders economic growth is still debatable. This study examines the contribution of government spending towards economic growth in South Africa using annual data from ...