Poster session: Transforming economies – for better jobs

Poster sessionThere will be a poster session on each day of the conference from 13:00‐13:45. Up to 16 posters will be presented in the exhibition area on level 2 of the United Nations Convention Center. The posters will be different on each day of the conference.

During the poster sessions the author of each poster will stand by their poster and be available to answer questions and discuss their study.

Presentations will be informal in nature, you are welcome to walk around and familiarize yourself with the topics being presented.

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Poster session
Wednesday 11 September 
1 Md. Al-Hasan Self-employment: pathway to prosperity or poverty?  
2 Kasturi Sadhu Neo-Dualism: accumulation, distress and proliferation of a fissured informality   
3 Harlan Downs-Tepper Employment, migration and gender in Indian slums: findings from a large household survey in three Indian cities  
4 Anna Triana Falentina Digitalization and the performance of micro and small enterprises: a case study in Yogyakarta, Indonesia      
5 Diti Goswami Job dynamics in the Indian Organised Manufacturing  
6 Mrinalini Jha Structural change, skill intensity and wage inequality in the Indian labour market  
7 Koffi Kpognon Does institutional quality contribute to increasing labour productivity in sub-Saharan Africa? An empirical analysis  
9 Hamna Nasir Time allocation pattern across region and gender: a case of Pakistan  
10 Nduka Elda Okolo-obasi Capacity building of rural youths in sustainable entrepreneurship development of sub-Saharan Africa: The role of corporate social responsibility in Niger Delta, Nigeria  
11 Sasiwimon Warunsiri Paweenawat Parenthood penalty and gender wage gap: recent evidence from Thailand  
13 Melati Nungsari Issues facing refugees and asylum-seekers in Southeast Asia: narrowing the gaps between theory, policy, and reality  
Thursday 12 September 
14 Daniel Vasconcellos Archer Duque Intergenerational structural change in 40 years: the role of occupational changes for income growth, inequality, and social vulnerability in Brazil  
15 Luke Amadi Transforming the extractive industry for productive job creation: experience from post amnesty Niger Delta, Nigeria  
16 Alarudeen Aminu ICT sector, output and employment generation in Nigeria: input-output approach  
17 Gunel Amrahova State of CleanTech crowdfunding regulation      
18 Priyanka Chatterjee Employment and determinants of participation of females in rural West Bengal: a field analysis of Bankura and Malda  
19 Wannaphong Durongkaveroj Global production sharing, value added in exports, and employment generation: evidence from Thailand  
20 Romanus Osabohien Agricultural transformation and rural employment in Africa: the Nigerian experience  
21 Radeef Chundakkadan Female entrepreneurship and innovation: exploring the role of institutional gender equality  
22 Tafadzwa Tivaringe The social unemployment gap in South Africa: limits of enabling socio-economic redress through expanding access to higher education  
23 Faraz Usmani Fracking, farmers, and rural electrification in India  
24 Zubaria Andlib Exploring the issue of vulnerable employment in Pakistan: a case of female contributing family workers  
25 Kasturi Sadhu Dark side of globalization: the formal–informal conflict  
Friday 13 September 
26 Yannick Djoumessi Moving off agrarian societies: agricultural productivity to facilitate economic transformations and non-agricultural employment growth in sub-Saharan Africa  
27 Uchenna Efobi Finance schemes in rural Nigeria and small business development  
28 Sampreet Singh Goraya How does caste affect entrepreneurship? Birth vs worth      
29 Kamalbek Karymshakov Employment vulnerability impact on earnings and subjective well-being in a developing country context: evidence from Kyrgyzstan  
30 Harris Maduku Mainstreaming willingness among black owned informal Small Micro and Medium Enterprises (SMMEs) in South Africa  
31 Faith Mbabazi Public procurement as a strategy to promote local content: implementation of reservation schemes in Uganda  
32 Nandera Mhando Resilience of women food vendors in Tanzania  
33 Ugochukwu Okolie Productive job creation in Nigeria: How can higher education institutions involve industry experts’ to directing learning?  
34 Ogbonnaya Ukeh Oteh Scaling up local economic opportunities: profitability differentials among male and female operated broiler enterprise in Abia state, Nigeria  
35 Syed Yusuf Saadat Returns to computer use in Bangladesh: an econometric analysis  
36 Niyati Singaraju Declining female labour use in rice cultivation: findings from Indian villages