Presentations - NCDE2018

Presentation slides from the NCDE2018 conference.
Monday 11 June 2018

Keynote 1
Ravi Kanbur Bretton Woods and World Bank at 75 PDF iconSlides
1.1 Gender
Luke Chicoine Free primary education, fertility, and women's access to the labor market: evidence from Ethiopia PDF iconSlides
Sarah Deschênes Assessing the effects of education on women’s wellbeing in Western Africa: evidence from a new method PDF iconSlides
Edgar Salgado Female genital cutting and education: theory and causal evidence from Senegal PDF iconSlides
1.2 Aid interventions
Javier Abellán Sánchez The impact of foreign aid on access to water and sanitation: a perspective from the demand PDF iconSlides
Ines Afonso Roque Ferreira Handle with care: Is foreign aid less effective in fragile states? PDF iconSlides
Melinda Vigh The complementarity of community-based water and sanitation interventions: evidence from Mozambique PDF iconSlides
1.3 Schooing I
Kasper Brandt An improved value-added model: private versus public schools PDF iconSlides
Caroline Schimanski Race based educational, occupational and industry segregation and wages gaps in Trinidad and Tobago  
1.4 Political economy
Miguel Niño-Zarazúa Campaign externalities, programmatic spending, and voting preferences in rural Mexico: The case of Progresa-Oportunidades-Prospera programme PDF iconSlides
Juan Sebastian Morales Jam-barrel politics: road building and legislative voting in Colombia PDF iconSlides
Jahen Rezki Call your leader: Does the mobile phone affect policymaking? PDF iconSlides
2.1 Poverty and inequality
Carlos Gradín Quantifying the contribution of a subpopulation to inequality: an application to Mozambique PDF iconSlides
Maria Jouste A role for universal pension? Simulating universal pensions in Ecuador, Ghana, Tanzania and South Africa PDF iconSlides
2.2 Environmental economics
Fenella Carpena The adverse effects of electrification: evidence from India PDF iconSlides
Souvik Datta Centimeters and kilograms lost to smoke: household air pollution, stunting and wasting in Indian children PDF iconSlides
Peter Fisker Predicted greenness: refining the econometrics of global drought measurement PDF iconSlides
2.3 Health I
Britta Augsburg Are households credit constrained for sanitation? Experimental evidence from India PDF iconSlides
Susmita Baulia Household shocks and preventive healthcare for children: evidence from Ugandan panel survey PDF iconSlides
Willa Friedman What can we learn from babies born during health-worker strikes? PDF iconSlides
2.4 Preferences
Stein Holden Gender differences in risk tolerance, trust and trustworthiness: Are they related? PDF iconSlides
Smriti Sharma Social identity, behavior, and personality: evidence from India PDF iconSlides
Joseph Vecci Stability of preferences and personality: new evidence from developing and developed countries PDF iconSlides
3.1 Firms
Sameer Ahmad Azizi Mapping the technological capabilities of Kenyan-owned floriculture firms PDF iconSlides
Hanna Berkel The costs and benefits of formalization for Mozambican enterprises PDF iconSlides
Rute Martins Caeiro Agricultural innovations and social networks in Guinea-Bissau PDF iconSlides
Milenko Fadic The effects of demand shocks on the growth of small firms PDF iconSlides
3.2 Global economy
Janne Niemi Trade liberalisation, institutions and persistent habits – a CGE model analysis for developing countries PDF iconSlides
Mika Nieminen Patterns of international capital flows and their implications for developing countries PDF iconSlides
Stefan Pahl Do global value chains enhance economic upgrading? A long view PDF iconSlides
Lindsay Whitfield Conceptualizing and measuring technological capabilities within global value chains: African owned firms in floriculture and apparel export sectors PDF iconSlides
3.3 Mobility
Kashi Kafle Does relative deprivation induce migration? Evidence from Sub-Saharan Africa PDF iconSlides
Tharcisio Leone The Geography of intergenerational mobility: evidence of educational persistence in Brazil PDF iconSlides
Tseday Mekasha Land Tenure Security and Internal Migration in Tanzania PDF iconSlides
Jakob Schwab Accounting for Intergenerational social mobility in low and middle-income countries: evidence from the poorest in Ethiopia, Peru, and Viet Nam PDF iconSlides
3.4 Discrimination
Subha Mani Discrimination at the extensive and intensive margin PDF iconSlides
Andy McKay Gender gaps in work outcomes after 19 years: analysis based on the Kagera Panel 1991-2010 PDF iconSlides
Jordan Loper Traditional norms, access to divorce and women’s empowerment: evidence from Indonesia PDF iconSlides
Tuesday 12 June

Keynote 2
Sonia Bhalotra Women legislators PDF iconSlides
4.1 Conflicts
Michael Mbate The distortionary effects of partisanship on Political Corruption and Accountability: Evidence from Kenya PDF iconSlides
Anna Minasyan The role of conflict in sex discrimination: the case of missing girls PDF iconSlides
Helge Zille How does conflict affect trade? Measuring the effect of interstate violent conflict on third-country trade in a triadic country setting PDF iconSlides
4.2 Poverty and labour markets
Julius Ohrnberger Heterogeneous effects of poverty alleviation programs on mental health: a case study of Malawi PDF iconSlides
Jukka Pirttilä The elasticity of formal work in African countries PDF iconSlides
Tillmann von Carnap Urban proximity as a determinant of rural self-employment profitability: Evidence from Ethiopia and Tanzania PDF iconSlides
4.3 Food security
Yaya Saidou Jallow Does a mother’s exposure to drought in utero increase the resistance of her offspring to in utero shocks? PDF iconSlides
Robert Rudolf The Impact of food price shocks on food security: panel evidence from Tanzania PDF iconSlides
4.4 UNICEF Invited session
Daniela Gregr Linking child poverty and vulnerability mapping for risk-informed development programming in Mauritania PDF iconSlides
Vincenzo Salvucci Multidimensional poverty of children in Mozambique PDF iconSlides
5.1 Social protection
Kyle McNabb Assessing social protection in Zambia: a tax-benefit microsimulation approach PDF iconSlides
Milla Nyyssölä The Impact of conditional cash transfers on vulnerability to extreme poverty: evidence from Progresa PDF iconSlides
Ervin Prifti Causal pathways of the productive impacts of cash transfers: experimental evidence from Lesotho PDF iconSlides
5.2 Gender and affirmative action
Saher Asad Mystery of the evil digits: impact of reliable communication network on women’s economic participation in Pakistan PDF iconSlides
Arpita Bhattacharjee Cast into Castes? Targeting caste-based inequalities with affirmative action PDF iconSlides
Jordan Loper Traditional norms, access to divorce and women's empowerment: evidence from Indonesia  
5.3 Schooling II
Esther Delesalle Good or bad timing? The pro-cyclical and counter-cyclical effects of shocks on education investment and on schooling performance PDF iconSlides
Pertti Haaparanta Promoting Education under distortionary taxation: A comparison between equality of opportunity and welfarism PDF iconSlides
Virgi Sari Education assistance and quality in Indonesia: the role of decentralization PDF iconSlides
5.4 Donors
Canh Thien Dang What motivates NGOs to diversify? Risk reduction or private gain? PDF iconSlides
Pascal Jaupart Aid & oil: measuring the impact of natural resources on Chinese official finance inflows using giant oil and gas discoveries PDF iconSlides
Felipe Starosta de Waldemar Donor national interests or recipient needs? Evidence from EU multinational tender procedures on foreign aid PDF iconSlides
6.1 Health II
Carla Canelas HIV/AIDS vulnerability and labour migration in India, Bangladesh, and Nepal  
Laura Rodriguez Takeuchi Terrorist violence and newborn health. Estimates for Colombia PDF iconSlides
6.2 Employment and enterprises
Sandra Kristine Halvorsen The short-term impacts of factory employment on the fertility choices of married women: evidence from Ethiopia using a randomized controlled trial PDF iconSlides
Ayu Pratiwi Does training location matter? Evidence from a randomized field experiment in Rural Indonesia PDF iconSlides
Helke Seitz Constraints to capital accumulation: evidence based on micro and small enterprises PDF iconSlides
6.3 Donors
Saurabh Singhal The Long-term effects of delayed school-going age: evidence from Indonesia  
Neda Trifkovic Entrepreneurship and human capital development in children PDF iconSlides
Sofia Trommlerova The effect of compulsory schooling expansion on mothers’ attitudes towards domestic violence in Turkey PDF iconSlides
6.4 Politics
Subhasish Dey Do political parties practise partisan alignment in social welfare spending? Evidence from village council elections in India PDF iconSlides
Souvik Dutta Political economy of third party interventions PDF iconSlides
Lim Jia De Gedeon Village strongmen and state capacity: the persistence of Indonesia’s tanah bengkok