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Department of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation; Africa Centre for Evidence (2018) Early grade mathematics study evidence map: A rapid internal analysis report. DPME: Pretoria.

Hemming DJ, Chirwa EW, Dorward A, Ruffhead HJ, Hill R, Osborn J, Langer L, Harman L, Asaoka H, Coffey C, Phillips D. (2018) Agricultural input subsidies for improving productivity, farm income, consumer welfare and wider growth in low and lower-middle-income countries: A systematic review. Campbell Systematic Reviews 2018: 4.

Jordaan S, Stewart R, Erasmus Y, Maluwa L, Mitchell J, Langer L, Wildeman R, Tannous N & Koch J (2018) Reflections on mentoring experiences for evidence-informed decision-making in South Africa and Malawi. Development in Practice, 28:4, 456-467, DOI: 10.1080/09614524.2018.1444733.

Langer L (2018) Rethinking mobile learning: Using the Capability Approach and a mixed-methods systematic review to conceptualise the application of mobile technologies as an educational tool in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. PhD Thesis, University College London. London, UK.

Langer L, Erasmus Y, Tannous N & Stewart R (2018) How stakeholder engagement has led us to reconsider definitions of rigour in systematic reviews. In Haddaway NR, Crowe S (eds) Stakeholder engagement in environmental synthesis. MISTRA EviEM: Stockholm Sweden.

Oliver S, Roche C, Stewart R, Bangpan M, Dickson K, Pells K, Cartwright N, Gough D & Hargreaves J (2018) Stakeholder engagement for development impact evaluation and evidence synthesis. Centre for Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL), London.

Snilstveit B, Stevenson J, Langer L, Tannous N, Ravat Z, Nduku P, Polanin J, Shemilt I, Eyers J, Ferraro PJ. (2018) Incentives for climate mitigation in the land use sector: A mixed-methods systematic review of the effectiveness of payment for environment services (PES) on environmental and socio-economic outcomes in low- and middle-income countries. Review protocol. Campbell Collaboration.

Snilstveit B, Stevenson J, Langer L, Tannous N, Ravat Z, Nduku P, Polanin J, Shemilt I, Eyers J, Ferraro PJ. (2018) Incentives for climate mitigation in the land use sector—the effects of payment for environmental services on environmental and socioeconomic outcomes in low‐ and middle‐income countries: A mixed‐methods systematic review. Campbell Collaboration.

Stewart R, Langer L & Erasmus Y (2018). An integrated model for increasing the use of evidence by decision-makers for improved development. Development Southern Africa, DOI: 10.1080/0376835X.2018.1543579

Stewart R, Wildeman R, Jordaan S, Erasmus Y, Langer L, Maluwa L, Tannous N & Mitchell J (2018). Practical reflections on combining workshops and mentorships to build capacity in demand and use of evidence in government organisations. Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice.

Stewart R, Van Rooyen C, Langer L, Ngcwabe S & Erasmus Y (2018) Response to the South African government’s White Paper on Science, Technology and Innovation.

Tannous N & Nduku P (2018). Annual member survey of the Africa Evidence Network. Johannesburg: Africa Centre for Evidence as secretariat to the Africa Evidence Network, University of Johannesburg.

Tannous N, Van Rooyen C & Langer L (2018) Rapid synthesis of research evidence on land degradation in KwaZulu-Natal. Johannesburg: CEE Johannesburg, Africa Centre for Evidence. Report produced for the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs.

Van Rooyen C & Tannous N (2018) Marine resource management: Impacts on multi-dimensional poverty in sub-Saharan Africa. In Schreckenberg K, Mace G & Poudyal M (eds) Ecosystem services and poverty alleviation: Tradeoffs and governance. London: Routledge: 293-294

Van Rooyen C (2018) A socially just pedagogy in the use of mobile devices in higher education? The case of Humanities first-year students at a South African university. SOTL in the South 2(2): 53-70.

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