Investigating the empirical evidence for understanding vulnerability and the associations between poverty, HIV infection and AIDS impact
Is poverty or wealth driving HIV transmission?
HIV infection does not disproportionately affect the poorer in sub-Saharan Africa
The socioeconomic determinants of HIV incidence: evidence from a longitudinal, population-based study in rural South Africa
Explaining continued high HIV prevalence in South Africa: socioeconomic factors, HIV incidence and sexual behaviour change among a rural cohort, 2001–2004
Household and community income, economic shocks and risky sexual behavior of young adults: evidence from the Cape Area Panel Study 2002 and 2005
HIV incidence and poverty in Manicaland, Zimbabwe: is HIV becoming a disease of the poor?
The economic impacts of premature adult mortality: panel data evidence from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
The financial impact of HIV/AIDS on poor households in South Africa
Father figures: the progress at school of orphans in South Africa
Exploring the Cinderella myth: intrahousehold differences in child wellbeing between orphans and non-orphans in Amajuba District, South Africa