Development Brown Bag Seminars

Development Brown Bag Seminars - AFRE/ECON Colaboration - 2015-2016

Development Brown Bag Seminars are held every other Wednesday of the semester, from 12:00 noon-1:00 pm., in Rooms 75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture, or the Koo Room of Marshall-Adams Hall. View all seminars at: Economics Dept. Development Lunch Seminar page

Development Brown Bag Seminars - 2014-2015

Development Brown Bag Seminars are held every other Wednesday of the semester, from 12:00 noon-1:00 pm., in Rooms 75 Morrill Hall of Agriculture, or the Koo Room of Marshall-Adams Hall.

  • October 1. Family Structure, Social Norms, and Investment in Agricultural Inputs on Communal vs. Private Plots in Developing Countries: The Case of Mali.  (Assistou Ouedraogo)
  • October 15. Corruption Traps and Economic Growth.  (Hyeongjun Bang)
  • November 5. Market Structure & Pricing Behavior of Fertilizer Sector in Pakistan.  (Joshua Gill)  Did Financial Reforms Work… and for the Poor in Nigeria?  (Lisa Cook)
  • November 19. Workplace Based Malaria Treatment: Impact on Physical Activity and Productivity.  (Ashesh Prasann)
  • December 3. Protest and Conflict Escalation in the Arab Spring.  (Greg Wallsworth)
  • January 21. Air Quality, Perinatal Health, and Mortality: Causal Evidence from Wildfires.  (Christopher Khawand)
  • February 4.  Green Revolution 2.0: Biodiversity as a Shock Absorber in Agriculture: Evidence from Malawi.  (Maksym Ivanyna)
  • February 18.  Land Markets and Equity of Land Access in Tanzania.  (Ayala Wineman)
  • March 4.  Sustaining Credit Arrangements for Modern Input Use: Lessons from a Lab-based Field Experiment.  (Serge Adjognon)
  • March 18.  On the Possibility of Maize Green Revolution in Highlands of Kenya: An Assessment of Emerging Intensive Farming Systems.  (Rie Muraoka)
  • April 1.  Distortions in Oil Contract Allocation and Environmental Outcomes in the Presence of Corrupt Behavior. (Henry Akaeze)
  • April 15.  Migration and Village Coinsurance: Evidence from Rural China.  (Hui Wang)