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Student: “How can we dance when our desks are burning?”

Without doubt one of the largest South African news stories right now is the student protests under the broader “Fees must fall” campaign. These student-led movements have gained sympathy and ire in equal intensity it seems. The protests of 2015, and now of 2016, do this because we feel that they go beyond fees to […]

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How does Bespoke Data Collection work?

Bespoke Data Collection

There are two types of bespoke data collection that GMT+ offers: experiments and surveys. Both of these broad methodologies have venerable histories in the social sciences. Experiments are designed to test possible actions. Well-designed experiments will laser in on the answer to questions that usually start “what would happen if…”. Surveys exist to collect data […]

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What is Administrative Data Analysis?

Administrative Data Analysis

Administrative Data Analysis refers to data that is generated by systems which companies use to administer their day-to-day business, hence the name. Typical examples of administrative data include sales data, inventories, web-traffic monitoring and human resource management.  Administrative data analysis has considerable value as a resource for companies wishing to do research for the following […]

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The New Year has arrived

It’s the first of January and we’re looking forward to an incredible year ahead at GMT+. We’ll keep you all updated with our economic forecasts, trends, predictions, and more. But mostly: have a wonderful 2016, and may the Proteas win at Newlands!

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2015 comes to a merry end

A year that saw the Rand plummet, the Proteas flounder, and the climate in disarray; it hasn’t been the best of years, has it? However, the longest day must have an end, and the longest year, too! Thankfully, all is well with GMT+ and we’re looking forward to a prosperous, exciting, and busy 2016 – […]

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