Researcher and Professor
Ronelle is a researcher in the Department of Economics at Stellenbosch University. She holds a Masters from Cambridge University and a PhD from Nottingham University. Her main interest is to better understand how various empowerment strategies can help to improve effective public service delivery and poverty alleviation.
Ronelle is a fellow of the Centre for Research on Economic Development and Trade (CREDIT), the Partnership for Economic Policy and the Pan African Scientific Research Council. She is an associated editor of Health Economics and Development Southern Africa and serves on the board of Journal of Development Studies
Ronelle’s consulting experience and academic publications cover many fields and topics including poverty analysis, fiscal incidence analysis, NGOs, education, health, social mobility, accountability and transparency.