Working Paper Series
2017 working papers
2017/1 Vilakazi, T. and Paelo, A. (2017). Understanding intra-regional transport: Competition in road transportation between Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
2017/3 das Nair, R. and Chisoro, S. (2017). The expansion of regional supermarket chains: Implications on suppliers in Botswana and South Africa.
2017/4 Ncube, P., Roberts, S, Zengeni, T. and Samboko, P.C. (2017). Identifying growth opportunities in the Southern African Development Community through regional value chains: The case of the animal feed to poultry value chain.
2017/5 Vilakazi, T. and Paelo, A. (2017). Towards the integration of markets: Competition in road transportation of perishable goods between Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe
2016 working papers
2016/1 Ncube, P., Roberts, S and Zengeni, T. (2016). Development of the animal feed to poultry value chain across Botswana, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.
2016/2 Hawthorne, R., Mondliwa, P., Paremoer, T. and Robb, G. (2016). Competition, barriers to entry and inclusive growth: Telecommunications sector study.
2016/3 Ncube, P. Nkhonjera, M. Paremoer, T. and Zengeni, T. (2016). Competition, barriers to entry and inclusive growth:
2016/5 Fessehaie, J., Rustomjee, Z. and Kaziboni, L. (2016). Mining-related national systems of innovation in southern Africa: National trajectories and regional integration.
2016/6 Fessehaie, J., Rustomjee, Z. and Kaziboni, L. (2016). Can mining promote industrialization? A comparative analysis of policy frameworks in three Southern African countries.
2016/7 das Nair, R. and Chisoro, S. (2016). The expansion of regional supermarket chains and implications for local suppliers.
2016/8 Paelo, A. and Vilakazi, T. (2016). Barriers to entry for low cost carriers in the South African airline industry: Competitive dynamics and the entry, expansion and exit of 1Time Airline.
2016/9 Ncube, P., Roberts, R. and Zengeni, T. (2016). Development of the animal feed to poultry value chain across Botswana, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.
2015 Working Papers
2015/2 Kaziboni, L., Mondliwa, P. and Robb, G. (2015). Towards an understanding of the economy of Johannesburg: Industrial nodes.
2015/3 Ncube, P., Roberts, S. and Vilakazi, T. (2015). Study of Competition in the Road Freight Sector in the SADC Region - Case Study of Fertilizer Transport and Trading in Zambia, Tanzania and Malawi.
2015/4 Banda, F., Robb, G., Roberts, S. and Vilakazi, T. (2015). Review Paper One: Key debates in competition, capabilities development and related policies: drawing the link between barriers to entry and inclusive growth.
2015/5 Banda, F., Robb, G. and Roberts, S. (2015). Review Paper Two: the links between competition policy, regulatory policy and trade and industrial policies.
2015/6 Fessehaie, J, das Nair, R., Ncube, P. and Roberts, S. (2015). Growth promotion through industrial strategies – a study of Zambia.
2015/7 Baloyi, B. and Zengeni, T. (2015). Regional Industrialization Research project: Case study on Transport infrastructure value chain in South Africa and Mozambique
2015/8 Robb, G. and Vilakazi, T. (2015). Mobile Payments Markets in Kenya, Tanzania and Zimbabwe: A Comparative Study of Contestability and Outcomes.
2015/9 das Nair, R. and Dube, S.C. (2015). Competition, barriers to entry and inclusive growth: Case study on Fruit and Veg City.
2015/10 Montmasson-Clair, G. and das Nair, R. (2015). The Importance of Effective Economic Regulation for inclusive Growth: Lessons from South Africa's Renewable Energy Programmes.
2015/11 Matumba, C. and Mondliwa, P. (2015). Barriers to Entry for Black Industrialists - The Case of Soweto Gold's Entry into Beer.
2015/12 Makhaya, T., and Nhundu, N. (2015). Competition, barriers to entry and inclusive growth - Capitec case study.
2015/13 das Nair, R. and Chisoro, S. (2015). The expansion of regional supermarket chains: Changing models of retailing and the implications for local supplier capabilities in South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.
2015/14 Fessehaie, J, Roberts, S. and Takala-Greenish, L. (2015). Key findings from case studies of mining capital equipment, infrastructure inputs and soy agro-processing in Southern Africa and implications for regional industrial development agenda.
2015/15 Roberts, S. and Vilakazi, T. (2015). Understanding firm behaviour and the implementation of competition policy as part of an inclusive growth agenda for South Africa.
2015/16 Montmasson-Clair, G. and das Nair, R. (2015). The importance of effective economic regulation and coordinated institutions for inclusive growth: Lessons from South Africa’s renewable energy programmes in the Electricity Supply Industry.
2015/17 das Nair, R. and Chisoro, S. (2015). The expansion of regional supermarket chains.
2014 Working Papers
2014/1 das Nair, R. and Lewis, D. (2014). Corruption and Competition. Background Paper for the 13th meeting of the OECD Global Forum on Competition held in Paris, France on 27-28 February 2014.
2014/2 Makhaya, T. and Roberts, S. (2014). The changing strategies of large corporations in South Africa under democracy and the role of competition law
2014/3 Tregenna, F. and Kwaramba, M. (2014). A Review of the International Trade Administration Commission's Tariff Investigation Role and Capacity
2014/4 Hekima Advisory. (2014). The Role of CIDB in limiting Construction Industry Cartels
2014/5 Abrahams, L., Kedama, Y., Naidu, E. and Pillay, K. (2014). Regulating Radio-Frequency Spectrum to advance the Digital Economy: Issues of Economic Regulation for the Electronic Communications Sector
2014/6 Hawthorne, R., Goga, S., Sihin, R. and Robb, G. (2014). Review of the Competition Commission Banking Enquiry
2014/7 Hawthorne, R. (2014). Review of economic regulation of the telecommunications sector
2014/8 Mondliwa, P. and Roberts, S. (2014). Review of economic regulation of liquid fuels and related products
2014/9 Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies (TIPS). (2014). Review of regulation in the Ports Sector
2014/11 Montmasson-Clair, G., Moilwa, K. and Ryan, G. (2014). Regulatory Entities Capacity Building Project
Review of Regulators Orientation and Performance: Review of Regulation in Renewable Energy
2014/12 das Nair, R., Montmasson-Clair, G. and Ryan, G. (2014). Regulatory Entities Capacity Building Project
Review of Regulators Orientation and Performance: Review of Regulation in the Electricity Supply Industry
2014/13 Paelo, A., Robb, G., and Vilakazi, T. (2014). Study on Barriers to Entry in Liquid Fuel Distribution in South Africa
2013 Working Papers
2013/1 Grimbeek, S. and Lekezwa, B. (2013). The Emergence of More Vigorous Competition and the Importance of Entry – Comparative Insights from Flour and Poultry
2013/2 Roberts, S., Tapia, J. and Ybar, M. (2013). The Same and the Other: A Comparative Study of Abuses of Dominance in Chile and South Africa
2013/3 Boshoff, W.H. (2013). Illegal Cartel Overcharges in Markets with A Legal Cartel History: The South African Bitumen Market
2013/4 Hawthorne, R. (2013). Are mobile networks always a substitute for fixed networks?
2012 Working Papers
2012/1 Mncube, L and Bonakele, T. ‘Designing Appropriate Remedies for Competition Law Enforcement: The Pioneer Foods Settlement Agreement’
2012/2 Murgatroyd, R. and Swan, A. ‘Developments in Unilateral Effects Analysis: Price Pressure Tests’
2012/5 Darji, R., Grimbeek, S. and Muzata, G. ‘The Impact Of Antitrust Fines On Firm Valuation In South Africa: The Case Of Pioneer Foods, Tiger Brands And Sasol Chemical Industries’
2012/6 Khumalo, J., Mashiane, J. and Roberts, S. ‘Harm and Overcharge in the South African Precast Concrete Products Cartel’,
2012/8 Maphwanya, R., Muzata, T. and Robb, G. ‘The Comforts And Discomforts Of Using Quantitative Tests And Other Tools In Defining Antitrust Markets With Complex Competitive Dynamics: A Review Of Evidence From A Complaint And Two Mergers’
2012/9 Muzata, T.G., Roberts, S. and Vilakazi, T. ‘Penalties And Settlements For Cartels In South Africa Seen Through An Economics Lens’
2012/10 Felet, A., Fiandeiro, F. and Lishman, D. ‘Do Hospital Mergers Lead To Healthy Profits?’
2012/11 Goga, S. “Designated Service Providers: Raising Barriers or enhancing Competition”