Prof Chitiga-Mabugu is the Director and Head of the School of Public Management and Administration of the University of Pretoria, South Africa, since September 1, 2014. She was the Executive Director of Economic Performance and Development at the Human Sciences Research Council prior to joining the University.
Prof Chitiga-Mabugu obtained her PhD in Economics at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden with the research focus on the economy-wide impacts of public policies on income distribution. Her research interests are in tracing and analysing the effects of government policies on households, and on the broader economy. She has applied various modelling approaches to answering questions on environmental policies, trade policies and various socio-economic policies, amongst others. She has published both locally and internationally. She has also co-authored more than 20 client research reports.
She is Associate Editor of the Environment and Development Economics Journal based at Cambridge University press. In January 2018, she became the Research Director for the Macro-Micro Policy Modeling research group at the Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP).
|Assessment of the welfare, employment and gender impacts of policy options for renewable energy financing in Nigeria||Nigeria||Gender , Impacts of government programs , Fiscal policy , Labor markets|
|Can a Wage Subsidy be used to Improve Women’s Formal Employment in Zambia?||Zambia||Gender|
|Simulating the distributive impacts of different growth strategies in China||China||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs , Children|
|Simulating the Distributive Impacts of Different Growth Strategies in Pakistan||Pakistan||Impacts of government programs|
|Simulating the Distributive Impacts of Different Growth Strategies in the Philippines||Philippines||Impacts of government programs|
|The impact of the economic crisis in South Africa||South Africa||Poverty and inequality , Labor markets , Globalization and trade|
|Impacts of Infrastructure Investment in South Africa: A Dynamic CGE Analysis||South Africa||Poverty and inequality , Impacts of government programs|
|Poverty and Inequality Impacts of Trade Policy Reforms in South Africa||South Africa|
|Textiles Protection and Poverty in South Africa||South Africa|
|Does Trade Liberalisation lead to Poverty alleviation' A CGE microsimulation approach for Zimbabwe.||South Africa|
|Fiscal Policy Design in South Africa : An Intertemporal CGE Model with Perfect Foresight||South Africa||Poverty and inequality , Fiscal policy , Globalization and trade|
|Computable General Equilibrium Micro-Simulation Analysis of the Impact of Trade Policies on Poverty in Zimbabwe||Zimbabwe||Poverty and inequality , Labor markets , Globalization and trade|
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