Dr Tamlyn McKenzie is an economics lecturer. She holds a Bachelor of Business Science (Economics), a Master of Commerce (Economics) and a PhD (Economics) from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. Her academic portfolio includes both teaching and research and sheI am is proficient in quantitative data analysis, specifically household survey data. Dr Tamlyn McKenzie’s research interests include disability, health, education and the labour market. She is particularly interested in the evaluation of existing policy in these areas and bridging the gap between policy and implementation.
Bachelor of Business Science
Economics of Disability
Economics of Education
Hanass-Hancock, J and McKenzie, T. 2017. People with Disabilities and Income-related Social Protection Measures in South Africa: Where is the Gap?. African Journal of Disability, 6(0): 1-11.
McKenzie, T and Muller, C. 2017. English language proficiency, labour market participation and employment among Africans in South Africa. Interdisciplinary Journal of Economics and Business Law, 6(2):49-76.
Rhodes, B and McKenzie, T. 2018. To what extent does socio-economic status still affect household access to water and sanitation services in South Africa?, 11(1): 1-9.