Rose Peter

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Rose is a researcher at Cenfri and joined the team in May 2016. Before working at Cenfri, she worked as a data quality control assistant for the National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS) based within the Southern African Labour Development Research Unit (SALDRU) at the University of Cape Town. She was part of a team responsible for ensuring the quality and usability of South Africa's first nationally representative panel study. Prior to this, Rose worked as a research intern at the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), assisting on a pilot study on obesity and nutrition. She also worked as a research assistant within the UCT School of Economics, assisting with various research proejcts related to job search, assisting in compiling a database of real-time GDP data, and assisting with the cleaning of the Manpower Survey Data to increase its usability. Rose has also tutored quantitative methods in economics for third-year students, and various SALDRU Stata courses within the UCT School of Economics.

 

Rose graduated with a master's in applied economics (with distinction) in 2016 from UCT. She also holds a bachelors of commerce (honours) in economics from UCT.

 

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Rose Peter

rose

Rose is a researcher at Cenfri and joined the team in May 2016. Before working at Cenfri, she worked as a data quality control assistant for the National Income Dynamics Study (NIDS) based within the Southern African Labour Development Research Unit (SALDRU) at the University of Cape Town. She was part of a team responsible for ensuring the quality and usability of South Africa's first nationally representative panel study. Prior to this, Rose worked as a research intern at the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), assisting on a pilot study on obesity and nutrition. She also worked as a research assistant within the UCT School of Economics, assisting with various research proejcts related to job search, assisting in compiling a database of real-time GDP data, and assisting with the cleaning of the Manpower Survey Data to increase its usability. Rose has also tutored quantitative methods in economics for third-year students, and various SALDRU Stata courses within the UCT School of Economics.

 

Rose graduated with a master's in applied economics (with distinction) in 2016 from UCT. She also holds a bachelors of commerce (honours) in economics from UCT.

 

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  

Twitter: @tuyenipeter

LinkedIn: Rose Tuyeni Peter

 

 

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