Ms Tamlyn McKenzie

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Ms Tamlyn McKenzie


Ms Tamlyn McKenzie is a lecturer in the field of Economics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal at the School of Accounting, Economics and Finance. She is also the lecturer/coordinator for Integrated Business Studies, a core module in the Bachelor of Business Science programme. She holds an MCom (Economics) and is currently completing her PhD in Economics. Her research interests are in the Economics of Disability, Economics of Education, Labour Economics and Health Economics.

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Academic Qualifications:

BBusSci, Economics (UKZN)
MCom, Economics (UKZN)

Research Interests

Economics of Disability
Economics of Education
Labour Economics
Health Economics

Recent Publications

Journal Articles
McKenzie, T., & 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), pp 49-76.

Hanass-Hancock, J., & McKenzie, T. (2017). People with disabilities and income-related social protection measures in South Africa: Where is the gap?. African Journal of Disability, 6, 11 pages. doi:

Rhodes, B., & McKenzie, T. (2018). To what extent does socio-economic status still affect household access to water and sanitation services in South Africa? Journal of Economic and Financial Sciences, 11 (1). DOI:

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