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South African Reserve Bank

Keabetswe Mojapelo 


Biography: Keabetswe is an economist in the research and modelling division of the Economic Research Department. His general fields of research are time series econometrics, monetary policy, and macroeconomics. He holds a Master of Economic Science degree from the University of the Witwatersrand. Previously he held positions in the research division of the Competition Commission South Africa and the modelling and forecasting unit of the National Treasury.
Current research interests: Macroeconomics, Monetary economics, Time series econometrics
Recent publications
Which wage measure is best for forecasting inflation? With J. Rakgalakane, F. Ruch, R. Steinbach and B. Botha
Introducing GDPpulse. With M. Rapapali and L. Soobyah
How 4.5% diffused - measuring media and analyst recognition of the SARB's midpoint preference. With S. Nomdebevana and D. Fowkes (Forthcoming)
Flow of funds by, and developments impacts of South Africa's Development Finance Institutions. With M. Rapapali and W. Simbanegavi (Forthcoming)
An analysis of exchange rate pass-through: Evidence from UVIs. With K. Makrelov and A. Bosch (Forthcoming)


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