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Recent Research Collaboration and Association with Academic Institutions

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Nature of collaboration

Edges of housing provision & ownership

Delft University, Netherlands & Curtin University, Australia

BTTC Working Group 1 - Promoting economic Cooperation, growth & development

Department of Economics, Rhodes University

BTTC Working Group 1 - Promoting economic Cooperation, growth & development

Department of Economics, Wits University

Development of Socio-economic indicator database

Statistics South Africa

International Monetary Institute (IMI), Renmin Universty, Beijing

Dr. Josie, member of the Academic Committee

BRC association with Centre for Internet Finance and Innovation (CiFI), Zhejiang University, Hangzhou

Dr. Josie, member of the Academic Forum

BRC BRICS development policy formulation with the Observor Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi

Dr. Josie, member of panel of experts prepared policy brief on priorities for the BRICS New Development Bank in New Delhi, and priorities on climate change for the COP 21 Conference in Paris.

Dr. Josie invitation as head of HSRC to T20 Kickoff Meeting in preparation of China's hosting of G20 Summit. T20 is the organized group of think tanks from G20 countries

Dr. Josie expert participation in T20 Kickoff meeting submitting priorities in preparation for China's hosting of 2016 G20

Presentation of papers on the Blue Economy and Operation Phakisa on behalf of DIRCO

Dr. Josie invitation to present expert intervention and submissions to the Indian Ocean Rim Association and related fora.

 

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