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Ms Naiefa Rashied

Name: Naiefa Rashied
Location: D Ring 204 Auckland Park Kingsway Campus
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About Dr Naiefa Rashied

Dr Naiefa Rashied is a Lecturer of Economics at the School of Economics, University of Johannesburg. A lecturer since 2009, Naiefa has extensive lecturing experience in undergraduate and postgraduate Research Methodology, Master’s level Political Economics, and first-year Economics (in-person and online delivery). She has also supervised postgraduate students at the Honours and Master’s level. She is a researcher in the field of Development Economics focusing on Health Economics, Local Economic Development, Political Economics, Decolonial Economics, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Naiefa has published in and peer-reviewed for several accredited and indexed journals. She currently chairs Decolonisation in the College of Business and Economics and is substantively involved in various forms of academic citizenry, including journal editorship. She is also the recipient of numerous funding awards and university accolades.

Most Recent Publications

Jordan, B., Rashied, N. and Venter, M. (2023). Rethinking Local Economic Development for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in Renosterberg Local Municipality, South Africa. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 20(5), p.4492.

Maimele, S.O. and Rashied, N. (2022). ‘Leveraging indigenous knowledge for local economic development: The case of homebrewed alcohol in the Sekhukhune District Municipality’ in Venter, M (ed.) Promoting Sustainable Local Economic Development Initiatives: Case Studies. Cape Town: Aosis Publishing, p.55 – 72.

Rashied, N. (2021). Socio-economic determinants of alcohol consumption for South Africa. International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research, 9(2), 59-68.


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