CSAE Conference 2012: Economic Development in Africa

St. Catherine's College, Oxford

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

 

Summary of All Sessions

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Session
ID code
Date/TimeLocationTitlePapers
83March 18, 2012
14:30-16:30
Porters Lodge Registration0
82March 18, 2012
16:00-16:30
Junior Common Room Foyer Tea0
81March 18, 2012
16:00-16:30
Bernard Sunley Foyer Tea0
11March 18, 2012
16:30-18:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Plenary 1: ‘What has economics to say about institutions for growth?’0
86March 18, 2012
19:00-21:00
Dining Hall Dinner0
96March 19, 2012
8:00-8:30
Porters Lodge Registration0
9March 19, 2012
8:30-9:30
Bernard Sunley A Health 1: Child health2
28March 19, 2012
8:30-9:30
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Household Decision-Making 12
45March 19, 2012
8:30-9:30
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre Public Services2
53March 19, 2012
8:30-9:30
Bernard Sunley D Risk and Insurance 12
59March 19, 2012
8:30-9:30
Arumugam Second Floor Markets2
67March 19, 2012
8:30-9:30
Bernard Sunley C Poverty 12
71March 19, 2012
8:30-9:30
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre Labour 12
78March 19, 2012
8:30-9:30
Mary Sunley Seminar Room Infrastucture 12
12March 19, 2012
9:30-10:30
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Plenary 2: Keynote 'Growth and Poverty Revisited'0
84March 19, 2012
10:30-11:00
Bernard Sunley Foyer Coffee0
85March 19, 2012
10:30-11:00
Junior Common Room Foyer Coffee0
4March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre Labour 2: Wages and Unemployment4
5March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Manor Road Lecture Theatre Conflict - Micro 14
7March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre Education 1: Schooling and nutrition3
8March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Bernard Sunley A Health 2: Growth, shocks and inequality4
15March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Bernard Sunley C Agriculture Micro 1: Land tenure3
35March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Agriculture Macro and Micro approaches4
38March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Arumugam Second Floor Macro 1: Growth Empirics4
43March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Mary Sunley Seminar Room Infrastructure 2: Roads and Railways3
54March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Bernard Sunley D Risk and Insurance 24
79March 19, 2012
11:00-13:00
Arumugam First Floor Resources, growth and shocks4
87March 19, 2012
13:00-14:00
Dining Hall Lunch0
10March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Fragile States: Causes, costs, and responses - Book launch0
14March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Bernard Sunley A Health 3: Consequences of health4
17March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Bernard Sunley C Agriculture Micro 2: Farmers' organizations3
25March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Manor Road Lecture Theatre Household Decision-Making 24
29March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre Education 2: Returns to education and training4
39March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Arumugam Second Floor Macro 2: Resource-Rich Economies4
40March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre Polygamy and Polygyny4
49March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Mary Sunley Seminar Room Labour 3: Getting and Losing a Job3
51March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Bernard Sunley D Credit and Savings 14
60March 19, 2012
14:00-16:00
Arumugam First Floor Trade 1: Trade Policy4
88March 19, 2012
16:00-16:30
Bernard Sunley Foyer Tea0
89March 19, 2012
16:00-16:30
Junior Common Room Foyer Tea0
6March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Manor Road Lecture Theatre Conflict - Micro 24
18March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Bernard Sunley C Agriculture micro 3: Agricultural markets3
20March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Bernard Sunley A Health 4: Health choices4
30March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre Education 3: Shocks and educational outcomes3
41March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Arumugam Second Floor Macro 3: Debt and Growth4
48March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Firms 1: Labour and Informal enterprises4
50March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Bernard Sunley D Labour 4: Jobs and Employment4
55March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Mary Sunley Seminar Room Political economy 13
61March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Arumugam First Floor Trade 2: Trade Policy 4
69March 19, 2012
16:30-18:30
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre Migration 5
90March 19, 2012
19:00-21:00
Dining Hall Dinner and Speech0
16March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre Development and Gender 14
21March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Bernard Sunley A Health 5: HIV4
23March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Bernard Sunley C Agriculture Micro 4: Risk, institutions and the environment4
31March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre Education 4: Improving school performance4
42March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Arumugam Second Floor Macro 4: Growth, health and technology3
47March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Manor Road Lecture Theatre Fiscal Policy: Taxing the poor4
56March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Mary Sunley Seminar Room Political economy 24
62March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Arumugam First Floor Trade 3: Foreign Direct Investment4
65March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Bernard Sunley D Poverty 2: Giving, listening and aspiring4
72March 20, 2012
8:30-10:30
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Urbanisation and Land Policy3
91March 20, 2012
10:30-11:00
Bernard Sunley Foyer Coffee0
92March 20, 2012
10:30-11:00
Junior Common Room Foyer Coffee0
2March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre Social Networks4
24March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Bernard Sunley C Agriculture Micro 5: Farm productivity4
26March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre Development and Gender 24
32March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Education 5: Impacts of education4
37March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Manor Road Lecture Theatre Infrastructure 34
44March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Arumugam Second Floor Macro 5: Price Dynamics3
52March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Bernard Sunley A Credit and Savings 24
66March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Bernard Sunley D Poverty 3: Poverty, inclusive growth and dynamics4
76March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Mary Sunley Seminar Room Aid 13
97March 20, 2012
11:00-13:00
Arumugam First Floor Health 62
93March 20, 2012
13:00-14:00
Dining Hall Lunch0
22March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Bernard Sunley A Health 7: Health delivery4
27March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Bernard Sunley D Household Decision-Making 34
36March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Bernard Sunley C Agriculture Micro 6: Policies and reform 4
46March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Arumugam Second Floor Macro 6: Macro Policy Management4
57March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Mary Sunley Seminar Room Aid 23
63March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Arumugam First Floor Trade 4: Trade Policy4
64March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Manor Road Lecture Theatre Inequality 4
68March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Poverty 4: Multidimensional poverty3
74March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre Firms 24
75March 20, 2012
14:00-16:00
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre Quality of life and norms3
94March 20, 2012
16:00-16:30
Bernard Sunley Foyer Tea0
95March 20, 2012
16:00-16:30
Junior Common Room Foyer Tea0
13March 20, 2012
16:30-18:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre Plenary 3: 'The economics of Africa: Question Time' incorporating 'The Oxford Companion to the Economics of Africa' launch.0
 

87 sessions, 236 papers, and 14 presentations with no associated papers


 

CSAE Conference 2012: Economic Development in Africa

Detailed List of Sessions

 
Session ID 83: Registration
March 18, 2012 14:30 to 16:30
Porters Lodge
 
 
Session ID 82: Tea
March 18, 2012 16:00 to 16:30
Junior Common Room Foyer
 
 
Session ID 81: Tea
March 18, 2012 16:00 to 16:30
Bernard Sunley Foyer
 
 
Session ID 11: Plenary 1: ‘What has economics to say about institutions for growth?’
March 18, 2012 16:30 to 18:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Stefan Dercon, DFID and University of Oxford
 

Presented by:
   Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse, IFPRI
 

Presented by:
   Nicholas Cheeseman, University of Oxford
 

Presented by:
   Jakob Svensson, Stockholm University
 

Presented by:
   Stefan Dercon, DFID and University of Oxford
 
Session ID 86: Dinner
March 18, 2012 19:00 to 21:00
Dining Hall
 
 
Session ID 96: Registration
March 19, 2012 8:00 to 8:30
Porters Lodge
 
 
Session ID 9: Health 1: Child health
March 19, 2012 8:30 to 9:30
Bernard Sunley A
 
Session Chair: Giovanna D'adda, Bocconi University
 

Parental Health and Child Schooling
By mariapia mendola; University of Milan Bicocca
   Presented by: mariapia mendola, University of Milan Bicocca
   Discussant:   Giovanna D'adda, Bocconi University
 

Social Preferences and Access to Improved Water Sources: Evidence from School Children in Sierra Leone
By Giovanna D'adda; Bocconi University
   Presented by: Giovanna D'adda, Bocconi University
   Discussant:   mariapia mendola, University of Milan Bicocca
 
Session ID 28: Household Decision-Making 1
March 19, 2012 8:30 to 9:30
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Solomon Asfaw, FAO of the United Nations
 

Cash Transfers Given to Mothers and to Fathers: Impact on Education and Health of a Randomized Control Trial in Rural Burkina Faso
By Richard Akresh; University Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Damien de Walque; The World Bank
Harounan Kazianga; Oklahoma State University
   Presented by: Harounan Kazianga, Oklahoma State University
   Discussant:   Solomon Asfaw, FAO of the United Nations
 

Productive impact of unconditional cash transfer program: evidence from randomized experiment in Kenya
By Solomon Asfaw; FAO of the United Nations
Benjamin Davis; FAO
Giovanni Federighi; FAO of the United Nations
Sudhanshu Handa; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
   Presented by: Solomon Asfaw, FAO of the United Nations
   Discussant:   Harounan Kazianga, Oklahoma State University
 
Session ID 45: Public Services
March 19, 2012 8:30 to 9:30
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Frederick Mugisha, Uganda Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development
 

Corruption, Investments and Contributions to Public Goods: Experimental Evidence from Rural Liberia
By Gonne Beekman; Wageningen University
Erwin Bulte; Wageningen University
Eleonora Nillesen
   Presented by: Gonne Beekman, Wageningen University
   Discussant:   Frederick Mugisha, Uganda Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development
 

Information and collective action in community monitoring of schools: Field and lab experimental evidence from Uganda
By Abigail Barr; University of Nottingham
Frederick Mugisha; Uganda Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development
Pieter Serneels; University of East Anglia
Andrew Zeitlin; Oxford University
   Presented by: Frederick Mugisha, Uganda Ministry of Finance, Planning, and Economic Development
   Discussant:   Gonne Beekman, Wageningen University
 
Session ID 53: Risk and Insurance 1
March 19, 2012 8:30 to 9:30
Bernard Sunley D
 
Session Chair: Francis Mulangu, African Center for Economic Transformati
 

The trusted neighbour effect: Local experience and demand for microinsurance.
By Karlijn Morsink; University of Twente
Peter Geurts; University of Twente
   Presented by: Karlijn Morsink, University of Twente
   Discussant:   Francis Mulangu, African Center for Economic Transformati
 

Designing and Assessing Rainfall Insurance Contracts for Food Security in Ghana’s Northern Region
By Francis Mulangu; African Center for Economic Transformati
John Ulimwengu; International Food Policy Research Institute
   Presented by: Francis Mulangu, African Center for Economic Transformati
   Discussant:   Munenobu Ikegami, ILRI
 
Session ID 59: Markets
March 19, 2012 8:30 to 9:30
Arumugam Second Floor
 
Session Chair: Maarten Voors, Wageningen University
 

Investigating “Anti-Competitive” Behavior in Ghana’s Bourgeoning Telecom Industry: Is there a Need for the Enactment of Anti-trust laws?
By Stephen Armah; Ashesi University
   Presented by: Stephen Armah, Ashesi University
   Discussant:   Maarten Voors, Wageningen University
 

The Evolution of Behavior in the Market Place: Evidence from an Exchange Experiment in Rural Sierra Leone
By Erwin Bulte; Wageningen University
Ty Turley; Chicago University
Maarten Voors; Wageningen University
   Presented by: Maarten Voors, Wageningen University
   Discussant:   Stephen Armah, Ashesi University
 
Session ID 67: Poverty 1
March 19, 2012 8:30 to 9:30
Bernard Sunley C
 
Session Chair: Jeanette Manjengwa, University of Zimbabwe
 

Institutions, Pro-poor Growth and Inequality in Kenya
By Jane Kabubo-Mariara; University of Nairobi
Domisiano Mwabu; Domsam Management and Research Consultants
   Presented by: Jane Kabubo-Mariara, University of Nairobi
   Discussant:   Jeanette Manjengwa, University of Zimbabwe
 

Understanding the current nature of poverty: A sample survey of well-being and poverty in fifteen Districts in Zimbabwe
By Jeanette Manjengwa; University of Zimbabwe
   Presented by: Jeanette Manjengwa, University of Zimbabwe
   Discussant:   Jane Kabubo-Mariara, University of Nairobi
 
Session ID 71: Labour 1
March 19, 2012 8:30 to 9:30
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Emmanuel Owusu-Sekyere, University of Pretoria
 

"Famine and Adolescent Human Capital Acquisition in sub-Saharan Africa"
By Julius Agbor; Brookings Institution
Gregory Price; Morehouse College
   Presented by: Julius Agbor, Brookings Institution
   Discussant:   Emmanuel Owusu-Sekyere, University of Pretoria
 

What drives reittance inflows to Sub-Saharan Africa? A dynamic panel approach
[slides]
By Emmanuel Owusu-Sekyere; University of Pretoria
   Presented by: Emmanuel Owusu-Sekyere, University of Pretoria
   Discussant:   Julius Agbor, Brookings Institution
 
Session ID 78: Infrastucture 1
March 19, 2012 8:30 to 9:30
Mary Sunley Seminar Room
 
Session Chair: Marie Gachassin Castaing, CES University Paris 1
 

Why Do Container Spend Weeks in Ports in Sub-Saharan Africa? The Impact of Importers’ Strategies
By Gael Raballand; World Bank
   Presented by: Gael Raballand, World Bank
   Discussant:   Marie Gachassin Castaing, CES University Paris 1
 

Education and Road Connectivity: Empirical Evidence from Tanzania
By Marie Gachassin Castaing; CES University Paris 1
   Presented by: Marie Gachassin Castaing, CES University Paris 1
   Discussant:   Gael Raballand, World Bank
 
Session ID 12: Plenary 2: Keynote 'Growth and Poverty Revisited'
March 19, 2012 9:30 to 10:30
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Paul Collier, University of Oxford
 

Presented by:
   Martin Ravallion, World Bank
 
Session ID 84: Coffee
March 19, 2012 10:30 to 11:00
Bernard Sunley Foyer
 
 
Session ID 85: Coffee
March 19, 2012 10:30 to 11:00
Junior Common Room Foyer
 
 
Session ID 4: Labour 2: Wages and Unemployment
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Neil Rankin, AMERU - Wits University
 

Estimating the Impact of Minimum Wages on Employment, Wages and Non-Wage Benefits: The Case of Agriculture in South Africa
By Haroon Bhorat; University of Cape Town
Ravi Kanbur; Cornell University
Benjamin Stanwix; DPRU, School of Economics, UCT
   Presented by: Haroon Bhorat, University of Cape Town
   Discussant:   Neil Rankin, AMERU - Wits University
 

The impact of Ethiopia's food crisis on unskilled wages: a time series analysis
By Derek Headey; International Food Policy Research Insti
Fantu Nisrane; Consultant to IFPRI
   Presented by: Fantu Nisrane, Consultant to IFPRI
   Discussant:   Haroon Bhorat, University of Cape Town
 

LABOR MARKET DYNAMICS AND YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN SWAZILAND
By Zuzana Brixiova; UNDP
Robert Fakudze; Ministry of Labor, Swaziland
Kumiko Imai; UNICEF
Thierry KANGOYE; CERDI-CNRS/Université d'Auvergne
   Presented by: Thierry KANGOYE, CERDI-CNRS/Université d'Auvergne
   Discussant:   Fantu Nisrane, Consultant to IFPRI
 

Wage subsidies and youth employment in South Africa. Evidence from a randomised control trial
By James Levinsohn; Yale University
Neil Rankin; AMERU - Wits University
Gareth Roberts; AMERU - Wits University
Volker Schoer; AMERU - Wits University
   Presented by: Neil Rankin, AMERU - Wits University
   Discussant:   Thierry KANGOYE, CERDI-CNRS/Université d'Auvergne
 
Session ID 5: Conflict - Micro 1
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Manor Road Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Camelia Minoiu, International Monetary Fund
 

Conflict, Market (Dis)Integration and Price Dispersion: Evidence from Somali Microdata
By Fergal McCann; Central Bank of Ireland
   Presented by: Fergal McCann, Central Bank of Ireland
   Discussant:   Camelia Minoiu, International Monetary Fund
 

Mineral Resources and Conflict in DRC: a Case of Ecological Fallacy
By Giacomo De Luca; KU Leuven
Jean-François Maystadt; Center of Operations research and Econom
   Presented by: Petros Sekeris, University of Namur
   Discussant:   Fergal McCann, Central Bank of Ireland
 

Climate Change and Civil Warin Somalia: Does Drought Fuel Conflict through Livestock Price Shocks?
By Olivier Ecker; IFPRI
Jean-Francois Maystadt; International Food Policy Rsearch Institute (IFPRI)
   Presented by: Olivier Ecker, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Petros Sekeris, University of Namur
 

Armed Conflict, Household Victimization, and Child Health in Cote d'Ivoire
By Camelia Minoiu; International Monetary Fund
Olga Shemyakina; Georgia Institute of Technology
   Presented by: Camelia Minoiu, International Monetary Fund
   Discussant:   Olivier Ecker, IFPRI
 
Session ID 7: Education 1: Schooling and nutrition
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Robert Poppe, University of Mannheim
 

The impact of School Feeding on Students' Cognitive Acquisitions in Rural Primary Schools in Senegal
By Mouhamadou LO; CRES (Consortium pour la recherche éconmique et sociale)
   Presented by: Mouhamadou LO, CRES (Consortium pour la recherche éconmique et sociale)
   Discussant:   Robert Poppe, University of Mannheim
 

Assessment of deworming and canteen programs on pupils' performance in rural Senegal: Double endogenous selection Vs. generalized Roy approaches
By Theophile Azomahou; United Nations University (UNU-MERIT) and University of Maastricht
Fatoumata Diallo; University Cheikh-Anta-Diop, CRES
Wladimir Raymond; University of Maastricht
   Presented by: Theophile Azomahou, United Nations University (UNU-MERIT) and University of Maastricht
   Discussant:   Mouhamadou LO, CRES (Consortium pour la recherche éconmique et sociale)
 

Impact Study of the School Meals Programme (SMP) in Ethiopia
By Getinet Haile; University of Mannheim
Robert Poppe; University of Mannheim
   Presented by: Robert Poppe, University of Mannheim
   Discussant:   Theophile Azomahou, United Nations University (UNU-MERIT) and University of Maastricht
 
Session ID 8: Health 2: Growth, shocks and inequality
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Bernard Sunley A
 
Session Chair: andrew mckay, University of Sussex
 

AN ANALYIS OF THE GROWTH-HEALTH RELATIONSHIP IN NIGERIA
[slides]
By Musibau Babatunde; University of Ibadan
   Presented by: Musibau Babatunde, University of Ibadan
   Discussant:   BENJAMIN FOMBA KAMGA, University of Yaoundé II-Soa
 

Health Financing and Catastrophic Payments for Health Care: Evidence from Household-Level Survey Data in Botswana and Lesotho
By Oluyele Akinkugbe; University of Namibia
Chitalu Chama; University of Pretoria
Naomi Tlotlego; University of Pretoria
   Presented by: Oluyele Akinkugbe, University of Namibia
   Discussant:   Musibau Babatunde, University of Ibadan
 

Causes of health inequalities in Uganda: Evidence from the Uganda Demographic and Health Surveys: 1995-2006.
By Sarah Ssewanyana; ECONOMIC POLICY RESEARCH CENTRE
IBRAHIM KASIRYE; ECONOMIC POLICY RESEARCH CENTRE
   Presented by: IBRAHIM KASIRYE, ECONOMIC POLICY RESEARCH CENTRE
   Discussant:   Oluyele Akinkugbe, University of Namibia
 

Health and Income Distribution in Cameroon
By Benjamin FOMBA; University of Yaoundé II-Soa
   Presented by: BENJAMIN FOMBA KAMGA, University of Yaoundé II-Soa
   Discussant:   IBRAHIM KASIRYE, ECONOMIC POLICY RESEARCH CENTRE
 
Session ID 15: Agriculture Micro 1: Land tenure
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Bernard Sunley C
 
Session Chair: Niels Kemper, University of Mannheim
 

Environmental and Gender Impacts of Land Tenure Regularization in Africa: Pilot Evidence from Rwanda
By Markus Goldstein; World Bank
   Presented by: Markus Goldstein, World Bank
   Discussant:   Niels Kemper, University of Mannheim
 

The Role of Land Certification in Reducing Gender Gaps in Productivity in Rural Ethiopia
By Mintewab Bezabih; University of Sussex
Stein Holden; Norwegian University of Life Sciences
Andrea Mannberg; Umeå University
   Presented by: Andrea Mannberg, Umeå University
   Discussant:   Markus Goldstein, World Bank
 

Field experimental evidence on the incentive effects of agricultural contracts on real-effort output in Ethiopia
By Niels Kemper; University of Mannheim
   Presented by: Niels Kemper, University of Mannheim
   Discussant:   Andrea Mannberg, Umeå University
 
Session ID 35: Agriculture Macro and Micro approaches
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Douglas Gollin, Williams College
 

The elusive quest for supply response to cash-crop market reforms in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of cotton
By Claire Delpeuch; OECD
Antoine Leblois; CIRED
   Presented by: Claire Delpeuch, OECD
   Discussant:   La-Bhus Jirasavetakul, University of Oxford
 

Labour Markets in Models of Economic Development: Micro Empirical Evidence from Thailand
By La-Bhus Jirasavetakul; University of Oxford
   Presented by: La-Bhus Jirasavetakul, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Steven Block, Tufts University
 

Revisiting African Agriculture: Institutional Change and Productivity Growth
By Steven Block; Tufts University
Robert Bates; Harvard University
   Presented by: Steven Block, Tufts University
   Discussant:   Douglas Gollin, Williams College
 

The Agricultural Productivity Gap in Developing Countries
[slides]
By Douglas Gollin; Williams College
David Lagakos; Arizona State University
Michael Waugh; New York University
   Presented by: Douglas Gollin, Williams College
   Discussant:   Claire Delpeuch, OECD
 
Session ID 38: Macro 1: Growth Empirics
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Arumugam Second Floor
 
Session Chair: Chris Papageorgiou, International Monetary Fund
 

Economic Growth and the Sophistication of Production
By Nikola Spatafora; IMF
Rahul Anand; IMF
Saurabh Mishra; IMF
   Presented by: Nikola Spatafora, IMF
   Discussant:   Chris Papageorgiou, International Monetary Fund
 

GROWTH SPELLS AND STAGNATION TRAPS: IS AFRICA DIFFERENT?
By Charalambos Tsangarides; International Monetary Fund
   Presented by: Charalambos Tsangarides, International Monetary Fund
   Discussant:   Nikola Spatafora, IMF
 

Growth Volatility and the Structure of the Economy
By Davide Fiaschi; University of Pisa
Andrea Mario Lavezzi; Università di Palermo
   Presented by: Davide Fiaschi, University of Pisa
   Discussant:   Charalambos Tsangarides, International Monetary Fund
 

The Public and Private MPK
By Chris Papageorgiou; International Monetary Fund
   Presented by: Chris Papageorgiou, International Monetary Fund
   Discussant:   Davide Fiaschi, University of Pisa
 
Session ID 43: Infrastructure 2: Roads and Railways
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Mary Sunley Seminar Room
 
Session Chair: Christopher Adam, University of Oxford
 

Revolutionizing Transport: Modern Infrastructure, Agriculture and Development in Ghana
By Remi Jedwab; London School of Economics / PSE
Alexander Moradi; Sussex University
   Presented by: Remi Jedwab, London School of Economics / PSE
   Discussant:   Christopher Adam, University of Oxford
 

Roads, Agriculture and Welfare: Evidence from a Quasi-Experimental Setting in Rural Ethiopia
By David Stifel; Lafayette College
Bart Minten; IFPRI
   Presented by: David Stifel, Lafayette College
   Discussant:   Remi Jedwab, London School of Economics / PSE
 

Farther on down the road: transport costs, trade and urban growth in sub-Saharan Africa
By Adam Storeygard; Brown University
   Presented by: Adam Storeygard, Brown University
   Discussant:   David Stifel, Lafayette College
 
Session ID 54: Risk and Insurance 2
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Bernard Sunley D
 
Session Chair: Jenny Aker, Tufts University, Center for Global Deve
 

Gone with the Wind? Hurricane Risk, Fertility and Education
By Claus Portner; Seattle University
   Presented by: Claus Portner, Seattle University
   Discussant:   Jenny Aker, Tufts University, Center for Global Deve
 

Risk Sharing and Migration in Tanzania
By Joachim De Weerdt; EDI
Kalle Hirvonen; University of Sussex
   Presented by: Kalle Hirvonen, University of Sussex
   Discussant:   Claus Portner, Seattle University
 

The social dilemma of microinsurance: A framed field experiment with microcredit groups in Tanzania
[slides]
By Wendy Janssens; VU University Amsterdam
   Presented by: Wendy Janssens, VU University Amsterdam
   Discussant:   Kalle Hirvonen, University of Sussex
 

Zap it to Me: The Impact of a Mobile Money Cash Transfer Program
By Jenny Aker; Tufts University, Center for Global Development
Rachid Boumnijel; Concern Worldwide
Amanda McClelland; Concern Worldwide
Niall Tierney; Concern Worldwide
   Presented by: Jenny Aker, Tufts University, Center for Global Deve
   Discussant:   Wendy Janssens, VU University Amsterdam
 
Session ID 79: Resources, growth and shocks
March 19, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Arumugam First Floor
 
Session Chair: Amarakoon Bandara Amarakoon, United Nations Development Programme
 

Resources and Relative Prices: A New Puzzle?
By Torfinn Harding; Department of Economics, University of Oxford
   Presented by: Radek Stefanski, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Amarakoon Bandara Amarakoon, United Nations Development Programme
 

How Vulnerable are Arab Countries to Global Food Price Shocks?
By Elena Ianchovichina; World Bank
Josef Ludger Loening; World Bank
Christina Wood; World Bank
   Presented by: Josef Ludger Loening, World Bank
   Discussant:   Radek Stefanski, University of Oxford
 

Being close to grow faster: A network-based empirical analysis of economic globalization
By Moritz Meyer; European University Institute
   Presented by: Moritz Meyer, European University Institute
   Discussant:   Josef Ludger Loening, World Bank
 

Economic Cost of Gender Gaps: Africa’s Missing Growth Reserve
By Amarakoon Bandara Amarakoon; United Nations Development Programme
   Presented by: Amarakoon Bandara Amarakoon, United Nations Development Programme
   Discussant:   Moritz Meyer, European University Institute
 
Session ID 87: Lunch
March 19, 2012 13:00 to 14:00
Dining Hall
 
 
Session ID 10: Fragile States: Causes, costs, and responses - Book launch
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Anke Hoeffler, University of Oxford
 

Presented by:
   Wim Naudé, UNU-MERIT/ University of Maastricht /MsM
 

Presented by:
   Paul Collier, University of Oxford
 

Presented by:
   Anke Hoeffler, University of Oxford
 

Presented by:
   Philip Verwimp, ECARES
 
Session ID 14: Health 3: Consequences of health
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Bernard Sunley A
 
Session Chair: Christopher Adam, University of Oxford
 

ILL-HEALTH AND LABOUR MARKET OUTCOMES IN UGANDA: EVIDENCE FROM 2005/06 NATIONAL HOUSEHOLD SURVEY
By Fred Matovu; Makerere University
Richard Sebaggala; PADRI
Patrick Birungi; NPA
   Presented by: Fred Matovu, Makerere University
   Discussant:   SAMUEL ANNIM, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
 

Production and Health relationship in South Africa: the role of HIV AIDS
By Nicholas Ngepah; Competition Commission of South Africa
   Presented by: Nicholas Ngepah, Competition Commission of South Africa
   Discussant:   Fred Matovu, Makerere University
 

IMPACT OF PARENTAL SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS ON CHILD HEALTH OUTCOMES IN KENYA
By MERCY MUGO; UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
   Presented by: MERCY MUGO, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
   Discussant:   Nicholas Ngepah, Competition Commission of South Africa
 

Mother’s Role in Spending Decisions and Child Malnutrition: Evidence from Ghana
By SAMUEL ANNIM; UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
   Presented by: SAMUEL ANNIM, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
   Discussant:   MERCY MUGO, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI
 
Session ID 17: Agriculture Micro 2: Farmers' organizations
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Bernard Sunley C
 
Session Chair: Tatiana Goetghebuer, Center for Research in Economics of Development-CRED
 

Impact of Collective Marketing by Cocoa Farmers’ Organizations in Cameroon
By MELACHIO André; University of Yaoundé 2
KAMDEM BERGALY; University of Yaoundé 2
   Presented by: KAMDEM BERGALY, University of Yaoundé 2
   Discussant:   Tatiana Goetghebuer, Center for Research in Economics of Development-CRED
 

Introducing new agricultural technologies through farmer groups: evidence from a new quasi-experimental approach in Tanzania
By Anna Larsen; University of Copenhagen
Helene Bie Lilleør; Rockwool Foundation
   Presented by: Anna Larsen, University of Copenhagen
   Discussant:   KAMDEM BERGALY, University of Yaoundé 2
 

Productive inefficiency in patriarchal family farms: evidence from Mali
By Tatiana Goetghebuer; Center for Research in Economics of Development-CRED
   Presented by: Tatiana Goetghebuer, Center for Research in Economics of Development-CRED
 
Session ID 25: Household Decision-Making 2
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Manor Road Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Andrew Zeitlin, Oxford University
 

Preferences over leisure and consumption of siblings and intra-household allocation
By Martina Kirchberger; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Martina Kirchberger, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Andrew Zeitlin, Oxford University
 

Orphanhood, Household Relationships, Schooling and Child Labour in Zimbabwe
By Rafael Novella; University of Essex
   Presented by: Rafael Novella, University of Essex
   Discussant:   Martina Kirchberger, University of Oxford
 

Do the poor, or the impatient, pay more? Evidence from daily consumption diaries in Tanzania
By Joachim De Weerdt; EDI
Brian Dillon; Harvard University
   Presented by: Brian Dillon, Harvard University
   Discussant:   Rafael Novella, University of Essex
 

Intrahousehold effects of urban land titles: Experimental evidence from Tanzania
By Daniel Ayalew Ali; World Bank
Matthew Collin; CSAE
Klaus Deininger; World Bank
Stefan Dercon; DFID and University of Oxford
Justin Sandefur; Center for Global Development
Andrew Zeitlin; Oxford University
   Presented by: Andrew Zeitlin, Oxford University
   Discussant:   Brian Dillon, Harvard University
 
Session ID 29: Education 2: Returns to education and training
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Kate Orkin, University of Oxford
 

Labor Market Returns to Education in Mozambique: Learning From a Quasi-Experiment
By Felix Simione; International Growth Centre
   Presented by: Felix Simione, International Growth Centre
   Discussant:   Kate Orkin, University of Oxford
 

You've Earned It: Combining Field and Lab Experiments to Estimate the Impact of Human Capital on Social Preferences
By Pamela Jakiela; University of Maryland
   Presented by: Pamela Jakiela, University of Maryland
   Discussant:   Felix Simione, International Growth Centre
 

DID UNIVERSAL EDUCATION IMPROVE LABOUR MARKET PERFORMAMCE IN NIGERIA
By MUSILIU ADEWOLE; COVENANT UNIVERSITY
   Presented by: MUSILIU ADEWOLE, COVENANT UNIVERSITY
   Discussant:   Pamela Jakiela, University of Maryland
 

Does lengthening the school day improve students’ academic achievement? Evidence from a natural experiment in Ethiopia
By Kate Orkin; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Kate Orkin, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   MUSILIU ADEWOLE, COVENANT UNIVERSITY
 
Session ID 39: Macro 2: Resource-Rich Economies
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Arumugam Second Floor
 
Session Chair: James Cust, University of Oxford
 

Mixed Blessing of an Oil Boom: Evidence from Oil Rich Regions in Kazakhstan
By Gerhard Toews; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Gerhard Toews, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   James Cust, University of Oxford
 

PUBLIC INVESTMENT IN RESOURCE ABUNDANT LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES
By Shu-Chun Yang; Research Department
   Presented by: Sambit Bhattacharyya, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Gerhard Toews, University of Oxford
 

Current Account Norm in Natural Resource Rich and Capital Scarce Economies
By Bin Li; International Monetary Fund
   Presented by: Bin Li, International Monetary Fund
 

The Spatial Effects of Resource Extraction
By James Cust; University of Oxford
   Presented by: James Cust, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Bin Li, International Monetary Fund
 
Session ID 40: Polygamy and Polygyny
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Hyejin Ku, Florida State University/University College London
 

Women's Marriage Migration as Old Age Insurance: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Rural Tanzania
By Yuya Kudo; Institute of Developing Economies (IDE-JETRO)
   Presented by: Yuya Kudo, Institute of Developing Economies (IDE-JETRO)
   Discussant:   Hyejin Ku, Florida State University/University College London
 

The lion’s share. An experimental analysis of polygamy in Northern Nigeria.
By Alistair Munro; National Graduate Institute for Policy S
Bereket Kebede; University of East Anglia
Marcela Tarazona-Gomez; OPML
Arjan Verschoor; University of East Anglia
   Presented by: Alistair Munro, National Graduate Institute for Policy S
   Discussant:   Yuya Kudo, Institute of Developing Economies (IDE-JETRO)
 

African polygamy: Past and present
By James Fenske; University of Oxford
   Presented by: James Fenske, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Alistair Munro, National Graduate Institute for Policy S
 

The Slave Trade and Polygyny in Africa
By Hyejin Ku; Florida State University/University College London
   Presented by: Hyejin Ku, Florida State University/University College London
   Discussant:   James Fenske, University of Oxford
 
Session ID 49: Labour 3: Getting and Losing a Job
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Mary Sunley Seminar Room
 
Session Chair: Andrew Kerr, University of Cape Town
 

The Effect of Chronic Illness on Labor Market Outcomes in Kenya
By Phyllis Machio; University of Nairobi
   Presented by: Phyllis Machio, University of Nairobi
   Discussant:   Andrew Kerr, University of Cape Town
 

Do contacts matter in the process of getting a job in Cameroon?
By Firmin Tchatoka; University of Tasmania, School of Economics and Finance
Thierry YOGO; University of Yaoundé 2
   Presented by: Thierry YOGO, University of Yaoundé 2
   Discussant:   Phyllis Machio, University of Nairobi
 

The Impact of Changes in Statistics South Africa’s Enumeration Practice on Average Household Size.
By Andrew Kerr; University of Cape Town
Martin Wittenberg; University of Cape Town
   Presented by: Andrew Kerr, University of Cape Town
   Discussant:   Thierry YOGO, University of Yaoundé 2
 
Session ID 51: Credit and Savings 1
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Bernard Sunley D
 
Session Chair: Eleonora Fichera, University of Manchester
 

Does Flexibility in Microfinance Pay Off? Evidence from a Randomized Evaluation in Rural India
By Kristina Czura; Goete University Frankfurt
Dean Karlan; Yale University
Sendhil Mullainathan; Harvard University
   Presented by: Kristina Czura, Goethe University Frankfurt
   Discussant:   Berber Kramer, VU University Amsterdam
 

Consumption-saving decisions under loss aversion and liquidity constraints
[slides]
By Berber Kramer; VU University Amsterdam
   Presented by: Berber Kramer, VU University Amsterdam
   Discussant:   Eleonora Fichera, University of Manchester
 

The impact of microfinance in rural Malawi
By Christopher Ksoll; University of Oxford
Jonas Helth Lønborg; SDU
Helene Bie Lilleør; Rockwool Foundation
Ole Rasmussen; University of Southern Denmark
   Presented by: Ole Dahl Rasmussen, University of Southern Denmark
   Discussant:   Kristina Czura, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

Credit constraints and credit spillovers in formal and informal markets: Evidence from Malawi
By Richard Disney; University of Nottingham
Eleonora Fichera; University of Manchester
Trudy Owens; University of Nottingham
   Presented by: Eleonora Fichera, University of Manchester
   Discussant:   Ole Dahl Rasmussen, University of Southern Denmark
 
Session ID 60: Trade 1: Trade Policy
March 19, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Arumugam First Floor
 
Session Chair: Rajarshi Mitra, Kyushu University
 

Foreign Participation, Productivity and Transition in a Least Developed Country: Firm-Level Evidence
By Andreas Waldkirch; Colby College
   Presented by: Andreas Waldkirch, Colby College
   Discussant:   Rajarshi Mitra, Kyushu University
 

COMESA – EAC – SADC TRIPARTITE FTA: IMPLICATIONS ON WELFARE AND FOOD SECURITY
By Albert Makochekanwa; USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub
   Presented by: Albert Makochekanwa, USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub
   Discussant:   Andreas Waldkirch, Colby College
 

Trade policy reform and international trade tax revenue in Uganda
By Eria Hisali; Makerere University
   Presented by: Eria Hisali, Makerere University
   Discussant:   Albert Makochekanwa, USAID Southern Africa Trade Hub
 

Trade Liberalization and Foreign Investment in Africa
By Rajarshi Mitra; Kyushu University
   Presented by: Rajarshi Mitra, Kyushu University
   Discussant:   Eria Hisali, Makerere University
 
Session ID 88: Tea
March 19, 2012 16:00 to 16:30
Bernard Sunley Foyer
 
 
Session ID 89: Tea
March 19, 2012 16:00 to 16:30
Junior Common Room Foyer
 
 
Session ID 6: Conflict - Micro 2
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Manor Road Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Bruno Yawe, Makerere University
 

Competitiveness, Altruism and Risk Preferences: Experimental Evidence from the Football Field in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone
By Francesco Cecchi; Wageningen University
Koen Leuveld; Wageningen University
Maarten Voors; Wageningen University
   Presented by: Francesco Cecchi, Wageningen University
   Discussant:   Bruno Yawe, Makerere University
 

Buying Peace: The Mirage of Rebels' Reinsertion in Burundi
By Olivier Sterck; Université catholique de Louvain (UCL)
Olivia D'Aoust; ULB
Philip Verwimp; ECARES
   Presented by: Olivier Sterck, Université catholique de Louvain (UCL)
   Discussant:   Francesco Cecchi, Wageningen University
 

Pseudo-Placebo Effects in Randomized Controlled Trials for Development: Evidence from a Double-Blind Field Experiment in Tanzania
By Erwin Bulte; Wageningen University
   Presented by: Erwin Bulte, Wageningen University
   Discussant:   Olivier Sterck, Université catholique de Louvain (UCL)
 

Labor Market Dynamics in Times of Crisis: Evidence from Uganda
By Bruno Yawe; Makerere University
John Ddumba; Makerere University
Eria Hisali; Makerere University
   Presented by: Bruno Yawe, Makerere University
   Discussant:   Erwin Bulte, Wageningen University
 
Session ID 18: Agriculture micro 3: Agricultural markets
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Bernard Sunley C
 
Session Chair: Christian Kingombe, Overseas Development Institute
 

Transaction costs, information technologies, and the choice of marketplace amongst farmers in northern Ghana
By Giacomo Zanello; University of Reading
Bhavani Shankar; School of Oriental and African Studies
Chittur Srinivasan; University of Reading
   Presented by: Giacomo Zanello, University of Reading
   Discussant:   Christian Kingombe, Overseas Development Institute
 

Household participation in rice sales and channels of sale in rural Vietnam
By andrew mckay; University of Sussex
   Presented by: andrew mckay, University of Sussex
   Discussant:   Giacomo Zanello, University of Reading
 

The Impact of a Feeder Road Project on Cash Crop Production in Zambia’s Eastern Province between 1997 and 2002: A Randomization Test
By Christian Kingombe; Overseas Development Institute
   Presented by: Christian Kingombe, Overseas Development Institute
   Discussant:   andrew mckay, University of Sussex
 
Session ID 20: Health 4: Health choices
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Bernard Sunley A
 
Session Chair: Gissele Gajate-Garrido, IFPRI
 

Childbirth in Sierra Leone - Preferences and Choices
By Natalie Quinn; University of Oxford
Anne Karing; Innovations for Poverty Action
   Presented by: Natalie Quinn, University of Oxford
                         Anne Karing, Innovations for Poverty Action
   Discussant:   Gissele Gajate-Garrido, IFPRI
 

Household Responses to Information on Child Nutrition: Experimental Evidence from Malawi
By Emla Fitzsimons; IFS
Bansi Malde; Institute for Fiscal Studies
Alice Mesnard; City University, London
Marcos Vera Hernandez; University College London
   Presented by: Bansi Malde, Institute for Fiscal Studies
   Discussant:   Natalie Quinn, University of Oxford
 

Gender Bias in Breastfeeding and Missing Girls in Africa: The Role of Fertility Choice
By Abhishek Chakravarty; University of Essex
   Presented by: Abhishek Chakravarty, University of Essex
   Discussant:   Bansi Malde, Institute for Fiscal Studies
 

The impact of parental enrollment in the NHIS on vaccine utilization: Evidence from Ghana
[slides]
By Gissele Gajate-Garrido; IFPRI
Clement Ahiadeke; University of Ghana
   Presented by: Gissele Gajate-Garrido, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Abhishek Chakravarty, University of Essex
 
Session ID 30: Education 3: Shocks and educational outcomes
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Asma Hyder, NUST, Pakistan
 

Exposure to violence and educational outcomes: Evidence from Cape Town, South Africa
[slides]
By Duncan Pieterse; University of Cape Town
   Presented by: Duncan Pieterse, University of Cape Town
   Discussant:   Asma Hyder, NUST, Pakistan
 

The 1987-1989 Locust Plague in Mali : Evidences of the Heterogeneous Impact of Income Shocks on Education Outcomes
By Philippe De Vreyer; DIAL, Paris Dauphine University
Nathalie Guilbert; Université Paris Dauphine
Sandrine Mesplé-Somps; DIAL, IRD Paris
   Presented by: Nathalie Guilbert, Université Paris Dauphine
   Discussant:   Duncan Pieterse, University of Cape Town
 

Negative Economic Shocks and Child Schooling: Evidence from Rural Malawi
By Asma Hyder; NUST, Pakistan
Jere Behrman; University of Pennsylvania, USA
Hans-Peter Kohler; University of Pennsylvania, USA
   Presented by: Asma Hyder, NUST, Pakistan
   Discussant:   Nathalie Guilbert, Université Paris Dauphine
 
Session ID 41: Macro 3: Debt and Growth
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Arumugam Second Floor
 
Session Chair: Andrew Berg, IMF
 

External Debt, Debt Burden, and Economic Growth Nexus: Empirical Evidence and Policy Lessons from West African States.
By Gbadebo Odularu
   Presented by: Gbadebo Odularu,
   Discussant:   Andrew Berg, IMF
 

Optimal public investment, growth, and consumption: Evidence from African countries
By Augustin Fosu
Yoseph Getachew; Durham University
Thomas Ziesemer; Maastricht univresity
   Presented by: Yoseph Getachew, Durham University
   Discussant:   Gbadebo Odularu,
 

The Long-Run Effect of Public Debt on Economic Growth
By Markus Eberhardt; University of Nottingham
Andrea Presbitero; Università Politecnica delle Marche
   Presented by: Markus Eberhardt, University of Nottingham
   Discussant:   Yoseph Getachew, Durham University
 

Public Investment, Growth, and Debt Sustainability: Putting Together the Pieces
By Edward Buffie; Indiana University
Andrew Berg; IMF
Cathy Pattillo; International Monetary Fund
Rafael Portillo; IMF
Luis-Felipe Zanna; IMF
   Presented by: Andrew Berg, IMF
   Discussant:   Markus Eberhardt, University of Nottingham
 
Session ID 48: Firms 1: Labour and Informal enterprises
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Ousman Gajigo, African Development Bank
 

The Household Enterprise Sector in Tanzania: Why It Matters and Who Cares
By Josaphat Kweka; World Bank
Louise Fox; World Bank
   Presented by: Josaphat Kweka, World Bank
   Discussant:   Ousman Gajigo, African Development Bank
 

Household Enterprises in Mozambique:key to poverty reduction, but not a key agenda?
By Louise Fox; World Bank
Thomas Sohnesen; World Bank
   Presented by: Thomas Sohnesen, World Bank
   Discussant:   Josaphat Kweka, World Bank
 

Enterprise size and urban income: Evidence from Ghana
By Christoph Lakner; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Christoph Lakner, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Thomas Sohnesen, World Bank
 

Transitioning In an Out of Formal Status: A Look at the Determinants of (In)formality among New Enterprises
By Ousman Gajigo; African Development Bank
   Presented by: Ousman Gajigo, African Development Bank
   Discussant:   Christoph Lakner, University of Oxford
 
Session ID 50: Labour 4: Jobs and Employment
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Bernard Sunley D
 
Session Chair: Takahiro Fukunishi, Institute of Developing Economies
 

Job Uncertainty and Performance
By Susan Godlonton; University of Michigan
   Presented by: Susan Godlonton, University of Michigan
   Discussant:   Takahiro Fukunishi, Institute of Developing Economies
 

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND BENEFITS: A MINCERIAN APPROACH ON NON WAGE-EARNERS ACTIVITIES
By SIMON ALAIN SONG NTAMACK; THE UNIVERSITY OF YAOUNDE II
   Presented by: SIMON ALAIN SONG NTAMACK, THE UNIVERSITY OF YAOUNDE II
   Discussant:   Susan Godlonton, University of Michigan
 

The Impact of Secondary Schooling in Kenya: A Regression Discontinuity Analysis
By Owen Ozier; The World Bank
   Presented by: Owen Ozier, The World Bank
   Discussant:   SIMON ALAIN SONG NTAMACK, THE UNIVERSITY OF YAOUNDE II
 

Impact of AGOA Suspension on Madagascar’s Garment Workers: Preliminary Study Based on the Firm Dataset 2008-2010
By Takahiro Fukunishi; Institute of Developing Economies
   Presented by: Takahiro Fukunishi, Institute of Developing Economies
   Discussant:   Owen Ozier, The World Bank
 
Session ID 55: Political economy 1
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Mary Sunley Seminar Room
 
Session Chair: Anand Rajaram,
 

Nepotism and Punishment: The (Mis-)Performance of Elected Local Officials in Philippines
By Marcel Fafchamps; Oxford University
Julien Labonne; Oxford University
   Presented by: Julien Labonne, Oxford University
   Discussant:   Marco Larizza, World Bank
 

The Effects of Gender Quotas in Latin American National Elections
By Andreas Kotsadam; University of Oslo
Måns Nerman; University of Gothenburg
   Presented by: Andreas Kotsadam, University of Oslo
   Discussant:   Julien Labonne, Oxford University
 

Why Quality Matters: Rebuilding Trustworthy Local Government through Service Delivery in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone
By Marco Larizza; World Bank
Audrey Sacks; World Bank & Univ. of Washington
   Presented by: Marco Larizza, World Bank
   Discussant:   Andreas Kotsadam, University of Oslo
 
Session ID 61: Trade 2: Trade Policy
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Arumugam First Floor
 
Session Chair: olayinka Kareem, University of Ibadan
 

The Impact of Trade Preferences on Exports of Developing Countries: The Case of the AGOA and CBI Preferences of the USA
By Edgar Cooke; University of Sussex
   Presented by: Edgar Cooke, University of Sussex
   Discussant:   olayinka Kareem, University of Ibadan
 

Trade Openness and Income Distribution in sub-Saharan Africa
By Raju SINGH; World Bank
Maelan Le Goff; CEPII
   Presented by: Raju SINGH, World Bank
                         Maelan Le Goff, CEPII
   Discussant:   Edgar Cooke, University of Sussex
 

Trade Openness, Conflict Risk and Income Inequality in Developing Countries
By Julius Djoulassi OLOUFADE; University of Ottawa
   Presented by: Julius Djoulassi OLOUFADE, University of Ottawa
   Discussant:   Raju SINGH, World Bank
 

AN IMAPACT ANALYSIS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION’S TRADE POLICIES AND AFRICA’S EXPORTS
By olayinka Kareem; University of Ibadan
   Presented by: olayinka Kareem, University of Ibadan
   Discussant:   Julius Djoulassi OLOUFADE, University of Ottawa
 
Session ID 69: Migration
March 19, 2012 16:30 to 18:30
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Anke Hoeffler, University of Oxford
 

Migrant Remittances and International Business Cycle Synchronization: Evidence from Aggregate and Bilateral Panel Data
By Christian Ebeke; International Monetary Fund
   Presented by: Christian Ebeke, International Monetary Fund
   Discussant:   chrysovalantis Vasilakis, Universite Catholique de louvain
 

Internation Migration and the Propagation of HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa
By chrysovalantis Vasilakis; Universite Catholique de louvain
   Presented by: chrysovalantis Vasilakis, Universite Catholique de louvain
 

Does International Migration Increase Child Labour?
By Anna De Paoli; University Milano-Bicocca
Mariapia Mendola; University Milano-Bicocca
   Presented by: Anna De Paoli, University Milano-Bicocca
   Discussant:   Anke Hoeffler, University of Oxford
 

Immigration and the Labour Market Outcomes of Natives in Developing Countries: A case study of South Africa
By Jorge Aguero; University of California, Riverside and
Nzinga Broussard; Ohio State University
Vimal Ranchhod; University of Cape Town
   Presented by: Nzinga Broussard, Ohio State University
   Discussant:   Anna De Paoli, University Milano-Bicocca
 

Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire? An Analysis of Migration from Fragile to Fragile States
By Anke Hoeffler; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Anke Hoeffler, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Christian Ebeke, International Monetary Fund
 
Session ID 90: Dinner and Speech
March 19, 2012 19:00 to 21:00
Dining Hall
 
 

'Gender and Economic Development in Africa: The Role of African Women Economists'
Presented by:
   Elizabeth Asiedu, University of Kansas
 
Session ID 16: Development and Gender 1
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Giulia La Mattina, Boston University
 

The Effects of Social Interactions on Female Genital Mutilation: Evidence from Egypt
By Karim Naguib; Boston University
   Presented by: Karim Naguib, Boston University
   Discussant:   Giulia La Mattina, Boston University
 

Discussion sessions coupled with microfinancing may enhance the role of women in household decision-making in Burundi
By Radha Iyengar; RAND Corporation
Giulia Ferrari; London School of Economics
   Presented by: Giulia Ferrari, London School of Economics
   Discussant:   Karim Naguib, Boston University
 

Do Women Benefit more from Improved Sorghum Variety adoption? Evidence from Tanzania
By Franklin Simtowe; ICRISAT
Mary Mgonja; ICRISAT
   Presented by: Franklin Simtowe, ICRISAT
   Discussant:   Giulia Ferrari, London School of Economics
 

When all the Good Men are Gone: Sex Ratio and Domestic Violence in Post-Genocide Rwanda
By Giulia La Mattina; Boston University
   Presented by: Giulia La Mattina, Boston University
   Discussant:   Franklin Simtowe, ICRISAT
 
Session ID 21: Health 5: HIV
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Bernard Sunley A
 
Session Chair: Annika Lindskog, University of Gothenburg
 

How Subjective Beliefs about HIV Infection Affect Life-Cycle Fertility: Evidence from Rural Malawi
By Gil Shapira; The World Bank
   Presented by: Gil Shapira, The World Bank
   Discussant:   Annika Lindskog, University of Gothenburg
 

Income Shocks and HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa
By Marshall Burke; Berkeley
Erick Gong; Middlebury College
Kelly Jones; IFPRI & UC Berkeley
   Presented by: Kelly Jones, IFPRI & UC Berkeley
   Discussant:   Gil Shapira, The World Bank
 

Can Time Inconsistencies Reduce the Effect of HIV Treatment Programs? : Theory and Evidence from South Africa
By Cobus Burger; Stellenbosch University
   Presented by: Cobus Burger, Stellenbosch University
   Discussant:   Kelly Jones, IFPRI & UC Berkeley
 

Gender Violence and HIV in Southern Africa: an Instrumental Variable Approach
By Annika Lindskog; University of Gothenburg
   Presented by: Annika Lindskog, University of Gothenburg
   Discussant:   Cobus Burger, Stellenbosch University
 
Session ID 23: Agriculture Micro 4: Risk, institutions and the environment
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Bernard Sunley C
 
Session Chair: Ametefee Normanyo, Ho Polytechnic
 

Household's vulnerability to climate shocks in Burkina Faso
By Catherine ARAUJO; CERDI
Stéphanie BRUNELIN; CERDI
Catherine Simonet; CERDI
   Presented by: Stéphanie BRUNELIN, CERDI
   Discussant:   Ametefee Normanyo, Ho Polytechnic
 

Household Determinants and Impact of Sustainable Land and Watershed Management (SLWM) Practices in the Blue Nile
By Emily Schmidt; IFPRI
Fanaye Techane; IFPRI
   Presented by: Emily Schmidt, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Stéphanie BRUNELIN, CERDI
 

On the Impact of Weather and Climate on Agriculture: Evidence from Ethiopia
By Mintewab Bezabih; University of Sussex
   Presented by: Mintewab Bezabih, University of Sussex
   Discussant:   Emily Schmidt, IFPRI
 

Illegal fishing and catch potentials among small scale fishers: application of endogenous switching regression model
[slides]
By Ametefee Normanyo; Ho Polytechnic
   Presented by: Ametefee Normanyo, Ho Polytechnic
   Discussant:   Mintewab Bezabih, University of Sussex
 
Session ID 31: Education 4: Improving school performance
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Robert Garlick, University of Michigan
 

Do Community-Managed Schools Facilitate Social Capital Accumulation? Evidence from COGES Project in Burkina Faso
By Yasuyuki Sawada; University of Tokyo
Takeshi Aida; University of Tokyo
Takaharu Ishii; Japan International Cooperation Agency
Eiji Kozuka; Japan International Cooperation Agency
   Presented by: Yasuyuki Sawada, University of Tokyo
   Discussant:   Robert Garlick, University of Michigan
 

A question of efficiency: decomposing South African reading test scores using PIRLS 2006
By Debra Shepherd; African Micro Economic Research Unit (AMERU), University of Witwatersrand
   Presented by: Debra Shepherd, African Micro Economic Research Unit (AMERU), University of Witwatersrand
   Discussant:   Yasuyuki Sawada, University of Tokyo
 

Parent Empowerment in Schools: a Framework to Understand Success and Failure
By Elizabeth Beasley; Sciences Po
Elise Huillery; Sciences Po
   Presented by: Elizabeth Beasley, Sciences Po
   Discussant:   Debra Shepherd, African Micro Economic Research Unit (AMERU), University of Witwatersrand
 

Peer Effects under Residential Tracking and Mixing: Evidence from South African University Dormitories
By Robert Garlick; University of Michigan
   Presented by: Robert Garlick, University of Michigan
   Discussant:   Elizabeth Beasley, Sciences Po
 
Session ID 42: Macro 4: Growth, health and technology
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Arumugam Second Floor
 
Session Chair: Abdoulaye Seck, UCAD
 

Saving-Investment Nexus in Developing Countries: The Mother of All Puzzles Meets African Data Again?
By Oluwatosin Adeniyi; University of Ibadan
   Presented by: Oluwatosin Adeniyi, University of Ibadan
   Discussant:   Abdoulaye Seck, UCAD
 

Public Capital in Resource Rich Economies: Is there a Curse?
By Sambit Bhattacharyya; University of Oxford
Paul Collier; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Rafael Portillo, IMF
 

On the Determinants of Resource Allocation to R&D: Exploring the Potential Role of Technology Spillover
By Abdoulaye Seck; UCAD
   Presented by: Abdoulaye Seck, UCAD
 
Session ID 47: Fiscal Policy: Taxing the poor
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Manor Road Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Obert Pimhidzai, World Bank
 

Producer Price Determination and Taxation in Ghana’s Cocoa Sector
By Marcella Vigneri; IFPRI
   Presented by: Marcella Vigneri, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Obert Pimhidzai, World Bank
 

Optimal VAT threshold: Official vs Effective Enforcement
By Jonathan Goyette; Université de Sherbrooke
   Presented by: Jonathan Goyette, Université de Sherbrooke
   Discussant:   Marcella Vigneri, IFPRI
 

Explaining Fiscal Procyclicality: An Assessment of Alternative Models across Four Different Measures
By Michael Bleaney; University of Nottingham
Håvard Halland; University of Cambridge
   Presented by: Håvard Halland, University of Cambridge
   Discussant:   Jonathan Goyette, Université de Sherbrooke
 

Taking from the poor: the politics of local government revenue generation and the taxation of small informal enterprises in Uganda
By Obert Pimhidzai; World Bank
Louise Fox; World Bank
   Presented by: Obert Pimhidzai, World Bank
   Discussant:   Håvard Halland, University of Cambridge
 
Session ID 56: Political economy 2
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Mary Sunley Seminar Room
 
Session Chair: Noro Aina Andriamihaja, The World Bank
 

Educated bandits: endogenous property rights and intra-elite distribution of human capital
By Biniam Bedasso; Maastricht University
   Presented by: Biniam Bedasso, Maastricht University
   Discussant:   Noro Aina Andriamihaja, The World Bank
 

Sidestepping the Samaritan’s Dilemma: Using a Dual-Self Model to Explain Conditionality Failure
By Paul Clist; UEA
   Presented by: Paul Clist, UEA
   Discussant:   Biniam Bedasso, Maastricht University
 

Survival of Political Leadership
By Sanna Nurmikko; University of Southampton
   Presented by: Sanna Nurmikko, University of Southampton
   Discussant:   Paul Clist, UEA
 

Avoiding the fragility trap in Africa
By Noro Aina Andriamihaja; The World Bank
Matthias Cyniabuguma; University of Maryland BC
Shantayanan Devarajan; The World Bank
   Presented by: Noro Aina Andriamihaja, The World Bank
                         Shantayanan Devarajan, The World Bank
   Discussant:   Sanna Nurmikko, University of Southampton
 
Session ID 62: Trade 3: Foreign Direct Investment
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Arumugam First Floor
 
Session Chair: Abdul-Rahim Adada, University of Ghana
 

An export-led growth (ELG) paradigm in Africa: Panel data Approach.
By Mduduzi Biyase; university of Johannesburg
   Presented by: Mduduzi Biyase, university of Johannesburg
   Discussant:   Abdul-Rahim Adada, University of Ghana
 

Clothing exports performance in the post-quota period: who gains and who loses?
By Mulu Gebreeyesus; UNU-MERIT, Maastricht
   Presented by: Mulu Gebreeyesus, UNU-MERIT, Maastricht
   Discussant:   Mduduzi Biyase, university of Johannesburg
 

Trade Liberalization, Export and Import Growth: Evidence from Uganda
By Nicholas Kilimani; Makerere University
   Presented by: Nicholas Kilimani, Makerere University
   Discussant:   Mulu Gebreeyesus, UNU-MERIT, Maastricht
 

Determinants of Export Survival: The Case of Ghanaian Manufacturers
By Abdul-Rahim Adada; University of Ghana
   Presented by: Abdul-Rahim Adada, University of Ghana
   Discussant:   Nicholas Kilimani, Makerere University
 
Session ID 65: Poverty 2: Giving, listening and aspiring
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Bernard Sunley D
 
Session Chair: Gabriel Demombynes, World Bank
 

Formation of Aspirations – An Empirical Analysis
By Tanguy BERNARD; IFPRI
Stefan Dercon; DFID and University of Oxford
Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse; IFPRI
   Presented by: Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Gabriel Demombynes, World Bank
 

Collecting high frequency panel data using mobile phones
By Johannes Hoogeveen; The World Bank
   Presented by: Andrew Dabalen, 1818 H St., NW
   Discussant:   Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse, IFPRI
 

Fuzzy chronic poverty: A proposed response to Measurement Error for intertemporal Poverty Measurement
By Catherine Porter; Oxford University
Gaston Yalonetzky; University of Leeds
   Presented by: Catherine Porter, Oxford University
   Discussant:   Andrew Dabalen, 1818 H St., NW
 

What Has Driven the Decline of Infant Mortality in Kenya?
[slides]
By Gabriel Demombynes; World Bank
Karina Trommlerova; University of Göttingen
   Presented by: Gabriel Demombynes, World Bank
   Discussant:   Catherine Porter, Oxford University
 
Session ID 72: Urbanisation and Land Policy
March 20, 2012 8:30 to 10:30
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Matthew Collin, CSAE
 

Urbanization and Fertility rates in Ethiopia
By Fanaye Techane; IFPRI
   Presented by: Fanaye Techane, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Matthew Collin, CSAE
 

Benefits trickling away: The health impact of extending access to piped water and sanitation in urban Yemen
By Tobias Lechtenfeld; University of Göttingen
   Presented by: Tobias Lechtenfeld, University of Göttingen
 

Tribe or title? Ethnic enclaves and the demand for formal land tenure in a Tanzanian slum
By Matthew Collin; CSAE
   Presented by: Matthew Collin, CSAE
   Discussant:   Tobias Lechtenfeld, University of Göttingen
 
Session ID 91: Coffee
March 20, 2012 10:30 to 11:00
Bernard Sunley Foyer
 
 
Session ID 92: Coffee
March 20, 2012 10:30 to 11:00
Junior Common Room Foyer
 
 
Session ID 2: Social Networks
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Roland Pongou, Brown University
 

Social Interactions and Individual Reproductive Decisions
By Muthoni Ngatia; Yale University
   Presented by: Muthoni Ngatia, Yale University
   Discussant:   Roland Pongou, Brown University
 

Aspirations and well-being outcomes in Ethiopia, Evidence from a randomized experiment
By Tanguy BERNARD; IFPRI
Stefan Dercon; DFID and University of Oxford
Kate Orkin; University of Oxford
Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse; IFPRI
   Presented by: Tanguy BERNARD, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Muthoni Ngatia, Yale University
 

Investment Decision of Small Entrepreneurs in a Context of Strong Sharing Norms
By Michael Grimm; Erasmus University Rotterdam
Renate Hartwig; Erasmus University Rotterdam
Jann Lay; University of Goettingen
   Presented by: Renate Hartwig, Erasmus University Rotterdam
   Discussant:   Tanguy BERNARD, IFPRI
 

Communitarianism, Oppositional Cultures, and Human Capital Contagion: Theory and Evidence from Formal versus Koranic Education
By Roland Pongou; Brown University
   Presented by: Roland Pongou, Brown University
   Discussant:   Renate Hartwig, Erasmus University Rotterdam
 
Session ID 24: Agriculture Micro 5: Farm productivity
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Bernard Sunley C
 
Session Chair: Marguerite Duponchel, The World Bank
 

Impact of Seed Voucher System on Rice Yield, Income Inequality and Poverty Reduction in Rural Nigeria: A Randomised Control Trial Approach
[slides]
By Bola Awotide; University of Ibadan,Nigeria
Aliou Diagne; Africa Rice Centre
Taiwo Timothy; University of Ibadan
Vivian Ojehomon; National Cereal Research Institute(NCRI)
   Presented by: Bola Awotide, University of Ibadan,Nigeria
   Discussant:   Marguerite Duponchel, The World Bank
 

The Sahel’s Silent Maize Revolution: Analyzing Maize Productivity in Mali at the Farm-level
By Jeremy Foltz; University of Wisconsin
Ursula Aldana; University of Wisconsin
Paul Laris; California State University Long Beach
   Presented by: Jeremy Foltz, University of Wisconsin
   Discussant:   Bola Awotide, University of Ibadan,Nigeria
 

How does ownership of farm implements affect investment in other farm implements when farmers’ liquidity constraint is relaxed? Insights from Nigeria
By Hiroyuki Takeshima; IFPRI
Sheu Salau; IFPRI
   Presented by: Sheu Salau, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Jeremy Foltz, University of Wisconsin
 

The consequences of limited access to credit: evidence from rural Rwanda
By Daniel Ayalew Ali; World Bank
Klaus Deininger; World Bank
Marguerite Duponchel; The World Bank
   Presented by: Marguerite Duponchel, The World Bank
   Discussant:   Sheu Salau, IFPRI
 
Session ID 26: Development and Gender 2
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Julia Vaillant, IRD, Universite Paris-Dauphine
 

Beyond gender. The importance of social roles in spending behaviour. Evidence from Senegal
By Liesbeth Colen; Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Nele Warrinnier; LSE
   Presented by: Liesbeth Colen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
   Discussant:   Julia Vaillant, IRD, Universite Paris-Dauphine
 

Motives for Sharing Between Spouses: Laboratory Evidence from Kenya and Implications for Models of Household Bargaining
By Jessica Hoel; University of Michigan
   Presented by: Jessica Hoel, University of Michigan
   Discussant:   Liesbeth Colen, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
 

Gender, Institutions, Access to Finance And The Development of Small Scale Enterprises In Kenya
By Rosemary Atieno; University of Nairobi
   Presented by: Rosemary Atieno, University of Nairobi
   Discussant:   Jessica Hoel, University of Michigan
 

Why are female micro-entrepreneurs less successful than men?
By Christophe Nordman; IRD
Julia Vaillant; IRD, Universite Paris-Dauphine
   Presented by: Julia Vaillant, IRD, Universite Paris-Dauphine
   Discussant:   Rosemary Atieno, University of Nairobi
 
Session ID 32: Education 5: Impacts of education
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Frank Wietzke, London School of Economics
 

The Causal Impact of an Additional Year of Schooling on Achievement
By Christopher Ksoll; University of Oxford
Kim Lehrer; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Christopher Ksoll, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Frank Wietzke, London School of Economics
 

Organizational changes and pupil performance in Kenya: Heterogeneous effects
By Tessa Bold; IIES Stockholm
Mwangi Kimenyi; The Brookings Institution
Germano Mwabu
Alice Ng'ang'a; Strathmore University
Justin Sandefur; Center for Global Development
   Presented by: Justin Sandefur, Center for Global Development
   Discussant:   Christopher Ksoll, University of Oxford
 

Borders that Divide: Education and Religion in Ghana and Togo since Colonial Times
By Denis Cogneau; Paris School of Economics
Alexander Moradi; Sussex University
   Presented by: Alexander Moradi, Sussex University
   Discussant:   Justin Sandefur, Center for Global Development
 

The Long Shadow of History: 19th Century Missionaries, Educational Mobility, and School Investments in Madagascar
[slides]
By Frank Wietzke; London School of Economics
   Presented by: Frank Wietzke, London School of Economics
   Discussant:   Alexander Moradi, Sussex University
 
Session ID 37: Infrastructure 3
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Manor Road Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Katrina Kosec, IFPRI
 

Chinese Contractors in Developing Countries
By Catherine Co; University of Nebraska at Omaha
   Presented by: Catherine Co, University of Nebraska at Omaha
   Discussant:   Katrina Kosec, IFPRI
 

Valuing Water and Electricity Supply Provision Using Hedonic Price Model
By Mohammed Aliyu; Bayero University Kano, Nigeria
   Presented by: Mohammed Aliyu, Bayero University Kano, Nigeria
   Discussant:   Catherine Co, University of Nebraska at Omaha
 

Enabled to Work? The Impact of Housing Subsidies on Slum Dwellers in South Africa
By Simon Franklin; Oxford University
   Presented by: Simon Franklin, Oxford University
   Discussant:   Mohammed Aliyu, Bayero University Kano, Nigeria
 

The Child Health Implications of Privatizing the Urban Water Supply in Africa
By Katrina Kosec; IFPRI
   Presented by: Katrina Kosec, IFPRI
   Discussant:   Simon Franklin, Oxford University
 
Session ID 44: Macro 5: Price Dynamics
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Arumugam Second Floor
 
Session Chair: Simeon Coleman, Nottingham Trent University
 

Price Setting Behaviour and Product Inflation in Lesotho
By Mamello Nchake; University of Cape Town
   Presented by: Mamello Nchake, University of Cape Town
   Discussant:   Simeon Coleman, Nottingham Trent University
 

Monetary policy and commodity terms of terms shocks in emerging market economies
By Seedwell Hove; University of Cape Town
   Presented by: Seedwell Hove, University of Cape Town
   Discussant:   Mamello Nchake, University of Cape Town
 

Where does the axe fall? Inflation dynamics and poverty rates: regional and sectoral evidence for Ghana.
By Simeon Coleman; Nottingham Trent University
   Presented by: Simeon Coleman, Nottingham Trent University
   Discussant:   Seedwell Hove, University of Cape Town
 
Session ID 52: Credit and Savings 2
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Bernard Sunley A
 
Session Chair: Nketcha Nana, University of Laval
 

Effect of Capital Flight on Financial Development in the West African Economic and Monetary Union
By Ameth Saloum Ndiaye; University of Dakar
   Presented by: Ameth Saloum Ndiaye, University of Dakar
   Discussant:   Nketcha Nana, University of Laval
 

Geographical Distance and Moral Hazard in Microcredit: Evidence from Colombia
By Andrea Presbitero; Università Politecnica delle Marche
Roberta Rabellotti; Università del Piemonte Orientale
   Presented by: Andrea Presbitero, Università Politecnica delle Marche
   Discussant:   Kweku Opoku-Agyemang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
 

Heterogeneous Signaling at the Convergence of Formal and Informal Finance in Ghana
By Kweku Opoku-Agyemang; University of Wisconsin-Madison
Jeremy Foltz; University of Wisconsin
   Presented by: Kweku Opoku-Agyemang, University of Wisconsin-Madison
   Discussant:   Andrea Presbitero, Università Politecnica delle Marche
 

What Drives Large Bank Reserves in Africa?
By Nketcha Nana; University of Laval
   Presented by: Nketcha Nana, University of Laval
   Discussant:   Ameth Saloum Ndiaye, University of Dakar
 
Session ID 66: Poverty 3: Poverty, inclusive growth and dynamics
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Bernard Sunley D
 
Session Chair: Vincent Leyaro, University of Dar es Salaam
 

Intrahousehold Inequality and Child Poverty in Senegal
By Philippe De Vreyer; DIAL, Paris Dauphine University
Sylvie Lambert; INRA, PSE
   Presented by: Philippe De Vreyer, DIAL, Paris Dauphine University
   Discussant:   Vincent Leyaro, University of Dar es Salaam
 

Education Mobility and Poverty Dynamics in Tanzania
By Christian Kamala KAGHOMA; University of Yaounde II
   Presented by: Christian Kamala KAGHOMA, University of Yaounde II
   Discussant:   Philippe De Vreyer, DIAL, Paris Dauphine University
 

How Inclusive Has Africa’s Recent High Growth Episode Been?
By Rodrigo Garcia-Verdu; International Monetary Fund
abe selassie; IMF
alun thomas; imf
   Presented by: alun thomas, imf
   Discussant:   Christian Kamala KAGHOMA, University of Yaounde II
 

Determinants of Urban Labour Earnings in Tanzania, 2000 - 2006
By Priscilla Baffour; University of Nottingham
Vincent Leyaro; University of Dar es Salaam
Oliver Morrissey; University of Nottingham
Trudy Owens; University of Nottingham
   Presented by: Vincent Leyaro, University of Dar es Salaam
   Discussant:   alun thomas, imf
 
Session ID 76: Aid 1
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Mary Sunley Seminar Room
 
Session Chair: Ayi Ayayi, Université du Québec
 

Aid, employment and development in Mozambique. An empirical investigation
By Lia Quartapelle; University of Pavia
   Presented by: Lia Quartapelle, University of Pavia
   Discussant:   Ayi Ayayi, Université du Québec
 

Incentive and crowding out effects of food assistance: Evidence from a randomized evaluation of food‐for‐training project in Southern Sudan
By Munshi Sulaiman; BRAC
   Presented by: Munshi Sulaiman, BRAC
   Discussant:   Lia Quartapelle, University of Pavia
 

Credit risk Asessment of the Microfinance Industry in Nigeria:An Application to Accion Microfinance Bank Limited in Lagos
By Ayi Ayayi; Université du Québec
Mojisola OGUNTOYINBO; ECOBANK
   Presented by: Ayi Ayayi, Université du Québec
   Discussant:   Munshi Sulaiman, BRAC
 
Session ID 97: Health 6
March 20, 2012 11:00 to 13:00
Arumugam First Floor
 
Session Chair: Samantha Rawlings, University of Reading
 

DETERMINANTS OF CHILD AND MATERNAL HEALTH STATUS AND DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE SERVICES IN NIGERIA
By Adetola Adeoti; University of Ibadan
   Presented by: Adetola Adeoti, University of Ibadan
   Discussant:   Samantha Rawlings, University of Reading
 

Heterogeneity in the selection vs scarring effects of early life health shocks: Evidence using a malaria epidemic in Brazil
By Samantha Rawlings; University of Reading
   Presented by: Samantha Rawlings, University of Reading
   Discussant:   Adetola Adeoti, University of Ibadan
 
Session ID 93: Lunch
March 20, 2012 13:00 to 14:00
Dining Hall
 
 
Session ID 22: Health 7: Health delivery
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Bernard Sunley A
 
Session Chair: Japheth Awiti, University of Nairobi
 

QUALITY, ACCESSIBILITY AND THE DEMAND FOR HEALTH CARE IN NIGERIA
By Elisa Cavatorta; SOAS, University of London
Wendy Janssens; VU University Amsterdam
Alice Mesnard; City University, London
   Presented by: Alice Mesnard, City University, London
                         Elisa Cavatorta, SOAS, University of London
   Discussant:   Japheth Awiti, University of Nairobi
 

Food aid and child mortality
By Richard Stanley; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Richard Stanley, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Elisa Cavatorta, SOAS, University of London
 

Who Benefits from Removing User Fees for Health Care? Evidence from a Randomised Experiment in Ghana
By Kara Hanson
Timothy Powell-Jackson; London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
   Presented by: Kara Hanson,
   Discussant:   Richard Stanley, University of Oxford
 

PRENATAL CARE AND INFANT HEALTH IN KENYA: A MULTILEVEL ANALYSIS
By Japheth Awiti; University of Nairobi
   Presented by: Japheth Awiti, University of Nairobi
   Discussant:   Kara Hanson,
 
Session ID 27: Household Decision-Making 3
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Bernard Sunley D
 
Session Chair: Erlend Berg, University of Oxford
 

Are conditional contribution profiles determined by context and framing: The case of rural villagers in Benin
By Jonathan Gheyssens; ETH Zurich
   Presented by: Jonathan Gheyssens, ETH Zurich
   Discussant:   Erlend Berg, University of Oxford
 

Does personality influence project participation? Evidence from rural Malawi.
By Jonas Helth Lønborg; SDU
Helene Bie Lilleør; Rockwool Foundation
   Presented by: Jonas Helth Lønborg, SDU
   Discussant:   Jonathan Gheyssens, ETH Zurich
 

Determinants of Conservation Among the Rural Poor: A Charitable Contributions Experiment
By Deanna Karapetyan; University of San Francisco
Giovanna D'adda; Bocconi University
   Presented by: Deanna Karapetyan, University of San Francisco
   Discussant:   Jonas Helth Lønborg, SDU
 

Motivating Agents to Spread Information: The Role of Explicit Incentives and Social Identity-Matching
By Erlend Berg; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Erlend Berg, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Deanna Karapetyan, University of San Francisco
 
Session ID 36: Agriculture Micro 6: Policies and reform
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Bernard Sunley C
 
Session Chair: Marijke Verpoorten, University of Antwerp
 

Trade and agricultural policies in Malawi : Not all policy reform is equally good for the poor
By Mathilde Douillet; Sciences Po / FARM
   Presented by: Mathilde Douillet, Sciences Po / FARM
   Discussant:   Marijke Verpoorten, University of Antwerp
 

Improving farmers' access to agricultural insurance in India
By Daniel Clarke; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Daniel Clarke, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Mathilde Douillet, Sciences Po / FARM
 

FROM DROUGHT TO DEVELOPMENT IN THE HORN OF AFRICA: AN INVESTIGATION INTO INVESTMENT OPTIONS
By Derek Headey; International Food Policy Research Insti
   Presented by: Derek Headey, International Food Policy Research Insti
   Discussant:   Daniel Clarke, University of Oxford
 

Self-Reported Food Insecurity in Africa During the Food Price Crisis
By Marijke Verpoorten; University of Antwerp
Abhimanyu Arora; kuleuven
   Presented by: Marijke Verpoorten, University of Antwerp
   Discussant:   Derek Headey, International Food Policy Research Insti
 
Session ID 46: Macro 6: Macro Policy Management
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Arumugam Second Floor
 
Session Chair: Janine Aron, Oxford University
 

THE PROPOSED ECO: SHOULD WEST AFRICA PROCEED WITH A COMMON CURRENCY?
By Chuku Chuku; University of Uyo
   Presented by: Chuku Chuku, University of Uyo
   Discussant:   Janine Aron, Oxford University
 

BLC in the EAC: The Bank-Lending Channel of Monetary Policy Transmission in Countries of the East African Community
By Sebastien Walker; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Sebastien Walker, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Chuku Chuku, University of Uyo
 

Exchange Rate Pass-Through to Consumer Prices in South Africa
By Janine Aron; Oxford University
Greg Farrell; SA Reserve Bank
John Muellbauer; Nuffield College, University of Oxford
   Presented by: Greg Farrell, SA Reserve Bank
   Discussant:   Sebastien Walker, University of Oxford
 

Wealth, Credit Conditions and Consumption: Evidence from South Africa
By Janine Aron; Oxford University
   Presented by: Janine Aron, Oxford University
   Discussant:   Greg Farrell, SA Reserve Bank
 
Session ID 57: Aid 2
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Mary Sunley Seminar Room
 
Session Chair: Nzinga Broussard, Ohio State University
 

Can Big Push Interventions Take Small-scale Farmers out of Poverty? Insights from the Sauri Millennium Village in Kenya
By BERNADETTE WANJALA; KIPPRA
   Presented by: BERNADETTE WANJALA, KIPPRA
   Discussant:   Nzinga Broussard, Ohio State University
 

New evidence on fungibility at the aggregate level
By Lukasz Marc; VU Amsterdam/Tinbergen Institute
   Presented by: Lukasz Marc, VU Amsterdam/Tinbergen Institute
   Discussant:   BERNADETTE WANJALA, KIPPRA
 

Aid and Agency in Africa: Explaining Food Disbursements Across Ethiopian Households, 1994-2004
By Nzinga Broussard; Ohio State University
Stefan Dercon; DFID and University of Oxford
Rohini Somanathan; Delhi School of Economics
   Presented by: Nzinga Broussard, Ohio State University
   Discussant:   Lukasz Marc, VU Amsterdam/Tinbergen Institute
 
Session ID 63: Trade 4: Trade Policy
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Arumugam First Floor
 
Session Chair: Torfinn Harding, Department of Economics, University of Oxford
 

TRADE AT THE EXTENSIVE MARGIN AND CIVIL WARS IN AFRICA
By Dany Jaimovich; Goethe University Frankfurt
Dick Kamuganga; Graduate Institute, Geneva
   Presented by: Dany Jaimovich, Goethe University Frankfurt
   Discussant:   Torfinn Harding, Department of Economics, University of Oxford
 

The impact of quotas on South African consumer prices
By Lawrence Edwards; University of Cape Town
Neil Rankin; AMERU - Wits University
   Presented by: Lawrence Edwards, University of Cape Town
   Discussant:   Dany Jaimovich, Goethe University Frankfurt
 

Do trade preferences work? African Growth and Opportunity Act and Apparel Exports from Sub-Saharan Africa
By Matthew McKay; Australian National University
   Presented by: Matthew McKay, Australian National University
   Discussant:   Lawrence Edwards, University of Cape Town
 

Investment Promotion and FDI Inflows: Quality Matters
By Torfinn Harding; Department of Economics, University of Oxford
Beata Javorcik; Department of Economics, University of Oxford
   Presented by: Torfinn Harding, Department of Economics, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Matthew McKay, Australian National University
 
Session ID 64: Inequality
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Manor Road Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Måns Nerman, University of Gothenburg
 

Individual notions of distributive justice
By Abigail Barr; University of Nottingham
   Presented by: Abigail Barr, University of Nottingham
   Discussant:   Måns Nerman, University of Gothenburg
 

Integrating Uganda's Leading and Lagging Areas for More Inclusive Growth
By Rachel Sebudde; World Bank
   Presented by: Rachel Sebudde, World Bank
   Discussant:   Abigail Barr, University of Nottingham
 

Accounting for Heterogeneity in Growth Incidence in Cameroon Using Recentered Influence Function Regression
By B. Essama-Nssah; DevTech Systems, Inc.
   Presented by: B. Essama-Nssah, DevTech Systems, Inc.
   Discussant:   Rachel Sebudde, World Bank
 

The gender gap in African political participation
By Måns Nerman; University of Gothenburg
Ann-Sofie Isaksson; University of Gothenburg
Andreas Kotsadam; University of Oslo
   Presented by: Måns Nerman, University of Gothenburg
   Discussant:   B. Essama-Nssah, DevTech Systems, Inc.
 
Session ID 68: Poverty 4: Multidimensional poverty
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Boniface Ngah EPO, University of Yaoundé II, Soa
 

Chronic multidimensional or Multidimensional Chronic Poverty
By Mauricio Apablaza; University of Nottingham
Gaston Yalonetzky; University of Leeds
   Presented by: Mauricio Apablaza, University of Nottingham
 

Sub-national Disparities and Inter-temporal Evolution of Multidimensional Poverty across Developing Countries
By Sabina Alkire; University of Oxford
Jose Manuel Roche; University of Oxford
Suman Seth; University of Oxford
   Presented by: Jose Manuel Roche, University of Oxford
   Discussant:   Mauricio Apablaza, University of Nottingham
 

Decomposing Poverty-Inequality linkages by non-income sources in Cameroon
By Boniface Ngah EPO; University of Yaoundé II, Soa
Baye Francis Menjo; University of Yaounde II
   Presented by: Boniface Ngah EPO, University of Yaoundé II, Soa
   Discussant:   Jose Manuel Roche, University of Oxford
 
Session ID 74: Firms 2
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Mary Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: François Roubaud, DIAL - IRD
 

Manufacturing productivity and capacity utilisation rates in Africa – a comparative study
[slides]
By Hulya Dagdeviren; University of Hertfordshire
   Presented by: Hulya Dagdeviren, University of Hertfordshire
   Discussant:   François Roubaud, DIAL - IRD
 

Identifying the Effects of Female Ownership on Firm Productivity and Survival: Evidence from Ghana
By Patricia (Tracy) Jones
   Presented by: Patricia (Tracy) Jones,
   Discussant:   Hulya Dagdeviren, University of Hertfordshire
 

Relative Impacts of Firm-Specific and Macroeconomic Characteristics in Policy-Induced Mergers and Acquisitions: Evidence from the Nigerian Banking Consolidation Exercise
By Chukwuma Agu; University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus
Boniface Umoh; University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus
   Presented by: Boniface Umoh, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus
   Discussant:   Patricia (Tracy) Jones,
 

Informal versus Formal: A Panel Data Analysis of Earnings Gaps in Madagascar
By Christophe Nordman; IRD
Faly Rakotomanana; INSTAT, Madagascar
François Roubaud; DIAL - IRD
   Presented by: François Roubaud, DIAL - IRD
   Discussant:   Boniface Umoh, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus
 
Session ID 75: Quality of life and norms
March 20, 2012 14:00 to 16:00
Junior Common Room Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Annika Mueller, Harvard University
 

What is the G in GDP? The Quality of Government and Living Standards
[slides]
By Francesco Grigoli; IMF
Eduardo Ley; The World Bank
   Presented by: Eduardo Ley, The World Bank
   Discussant:   Annika Mueller, Harvard University
 

Life Satisfaction in a Period of Rapid Economic Growth: Panel Data Evidence from Urban Ethiopia
By Yonas Alem; University of Gothenburg
   Presented by: Yonas Alem, University of Gothenburg
   Discussant:   Eduardo Ley, The World Bank
 

Norms of Distributive Justice in Rural Malawi
By Annika Mueller; Harvard University
   Presented by: Annika Mueller, Harvard University
   Discussant:   Yonas Alem, University of Gothenburg
 
Session ID 94: Tea
March 20, 2012 16:00 to 16:30
Bernard Sunley Foyer
 
 
Session ID 95: Tea
March 20, 2012 16:00 to 16:30
Junior Common Room Foyer
 
 
Session ID 13: Plenary 3: 'The economics of Africa: Question Time' incorporating 'The Oxford Companion to the Economics of Africa' launch.
March 20, 2012 16:30 to 18:00
Bernard Sunley Lecture Theatre
 
Session Chair: Francis Teal, University of Oxford
 

Presented by:
   Shantayanan Devarajan, The World Bank
 

Presented by:
   Ravi Kanbur, Cornell University
 

Presented by:
   Elizabeth Asiedu, University of Kansas
 

Presented by:
   Ernest Aryeety, University of Ghana
 

87 sessions, 236 papers, and 14 presentations with no associated papers
 
Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Disscussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
2Adada, Abdul-RahimC62, D62, P62
3Adam, ChristopherC43, D43, C14
4Adeniyi, OluwatosinP42
5Adeoti, AdetolaP97, D97
6ADEWOLE, MUSILIUD29, P29
7Agbor, JuliusD71, P71
8Aker, JennyC54, D54, P54
9Akinkugbe, OluyeleD8, P8
10Alem, YonasP75, D75
11Aliyu, MohammedP37, D37
12Amarakoon, Amarakoon BandaraC79, D79, P79
13Andriamihaja, Noro AinaC56, D56, P56
14ANNIM, SAMUELD14, P14
15Apablaza, MauricioP68, D68
16Armah, StephenD59, P59
17Aron, JanineP46, D46, C46
18Aryeety, ErnestP13
19Asfaw, SolomonC28, D28, P28
20Asiedu, ElizabethP90, P13
21Atieno, RosemaryD26, P26
22Awiti, JaphethP22, D22, C22
23Awotide, BolaD24, P24
24Ayayi, AyiP76, D76, C76
25Azomahou, TheophileD7, P7
26Babatunde, MusibauD8, P8
27Barr, AbigailP64, D64
28Beasley, ElizabethD31, P31
29Bedasso, BiniamD56, P56
30Beekman, GonneD45, P45
31Berg, AndrewC41, D41, P41
32Berg, ErlendP27, D27, C27
33BERGALY, KAMDEMD17, P17
34BERNARD, TanguyD2, P2
35Bezabih, MintewabD23, P23
36Bhattacharyya, SambitP39
37Bhorat, HaroonD4, P4
38Biyase, MduduziD62, P62
39Block, StevenD35, P35
40Broussard, NzingaP69, P57, D57, C57
41BRUNELIN, StéphanieD23, P23
42Bulte, ErwinD6, P6
43Burger, CobusD21, P21
44Cavatorta, ElisaP22, D22
45Cecchi, FrancescoD6, P6
46Chakravarty, AbhishekD20, P20
47Cheeseman, NicholasP11
48Chuku, ChukuP46, D46
49Clarke, DanielP36, D36
50Clist, PaulD56, P56
51Co, CatherineP37, D37
52Coleman, SimeonP44, D44, C44
53Colen, LiesbethD26, P26
54Collier, PaulC12, P10
55Collin, MatthewC72, D72, P72
56Cooke, EdgarD61, P61
57Cust, JamesC39, D39, P39
58Czura, KristinaD51, P51
59D'adda, GiovannaC9, D9, P9
60Dabalen, AndrewD65, P65
61Dagdeviren, HulyaP74, D74
62De Paoli, AnnaD69, P69
63De Vreyer, PhilippeP66, D66
64Delpeuch, ClaireD35, P35
65Demombynes, GabrielC65, D65, P65
66Dercon, StefanC11, P11
67Devarajan, ShantayananP56, P13
68Dillon, BrianD25, P25
69Douillet, MathildeP36, D36
70Duponchel, MargueriteC24, D24, P24
71Ebeke, ChristianD69, P69
72Eberhardt, MarkusD41, P41
73Ecker, OlivierD5, P5
74Edwards, LawrenceP63, D63
75EPO, Boniface NgahP68, C68
76Essama-Nssah, B.P64, D64
77Farrell, GregP46, D46
78Fenske, JamesD40, P40
79Ferrari, GiuliaD16, P16
80Fiaschi, DavideD38, P38
81Fichera, EleonoraC51, D51, P51
82Foltz, JeremyD24, P24
83FOMBA KAMGA, BENJAMIND8, P8
84Franklin, SimonP37, D37
85Fukunishi, TakahiroC50, D50, P50
86Gachassin Castaing, MarieC78, D78, P78
87Gajate-Garrido, GisseleC20, D20, P20
88Gajigo, OusmanC48, D48, P48
89Garlick, RobertC31, D31, P31
90Gebreeyesus, MuluD62, P62
91Getachew, YosephD41, P41
92Gheyssens, JonathanP27, D27
93Godlonton, SusanD50, P50
94Goetghebuer, TatianaC17, D17, P17
95Goldstein, MarkusD15, P15
96Gollin, DouglasC35, D35, P35
97Goyette, JonathanD47, P47
98Guilbert, NathalieD30, P30
99Halland, HåvardD47, P47
100Hanson, KaraP22, D22
101Harding, TorfinnP63, D63, C63
102Hartwig, RenateD2, P2
103Headey, DerekP36, D36
104Hirvonen, KalleD54, P54
105Hisali, EriaD60, P60
106Hoeffler, AnkeC10, P10, C69, D69, P69
107Hoel, JessicaD26, P26
108Hove, SeedwellP44, D44
109Hyder, AsmaC30, D30, P30
110Ikegami, MunenobuD53
111Jaimovich, DanyP63, D63
112Jakiela, PamelaD29, P29
113Janssens, WendyD54, P54
114Jedwab, RemiD43, P43
115Jirasavetakul, La-BhusD35, P35
116Jones, Patricia (Tracy)P74, D74
117Jones, KellyD21, P21
118Kabubo-Mariara, JaneD67, P67
119Kamala KAGHOMA, ChristianP66, D66
120Kanbur, RaviP13
121KANGOYE, ThierryD4, P4
122Karapetyan, DeannaP27, D27
123Kareem, olayinkaC61, D61, P61
124Karing, AnneP20
125KASIRYE, IBRAHIMD8, P8
126Kazianga, HarounanD28, P28
127Kemper, NielsC15, D15, P15
128Kerr, AndrewC49, D49, P49
129Kilimani, NicholasD62, P62
130Kingombe, ChristianC18, D18, P18
131Kirchberger, MartinaD25, P25
132Kosec, KatrinaP37, D37, C37
133Kotsadam, AndreasD55, P55
134Kramer, BerberD51, P51
135Ksoll, ChristopherD32, P32
136Ku, HyejinC40, D40, P40
137Kudo, YuyaD40, P40
138Kweka, JosaphatD48, P48
139La Mattina, GiuliaC16, D16, P16
140Labonne, JulienD55, P55
141Lakner, ChristophD48, P48
142Larizza, MarcoD55, P55
143Larsen, AnnaP17
144Lønborg, Jonas HelthP27, D27
145Le Goff, MaelanP61
146Lechtenfeld, TobiasD72, P72
147Ley, EduardoP75, D75
148Leyaro, VincentP66, D66, C66
149Li, BinD39, P39
150Lindskog, AnnikaC21, D21, P21
151LO, MouhamadouD7, P7
152Loening, Josef LudgerD79, P79
153Machio, PhyllisD49, P49
154Makochekanwa, AlbertD60, P60
155Malde, BansiD20, P20
156Manjengwa, JeanetteC67, D67, P67
157Mannberg, AndreaD15, P15
158Marc, LukaszP57, D57
159Matovu, FredD14, P14
160McCann, FergalD5, P5
161mckay, andrewC8, D18, P18
162McKay, MatthewP63, D63
163mendola, mariapiaD9, P9
164Mesnard, AliceP22
165Meyer, MoritzD79, P79
166Minoiu, CameliaC5, D5, P5
167Mitra, RajarshiC60, D60, P60
168Moradi, AlexanderD32, P32
169Morsink, KarlijnP53
170Mueller, AnnikaP75, D75, C75
171Mugisha, FrederickC45, D45, P45
172MUGO, MERCYD14, P14
173Mulangu, FrancisC53, D53, P53
174Munro, AlistairD40, P40
175Naguib, KarimD16, P16
176Nana, NketchaP52, D52, C52
177Naudé, WimP10
178Nchake, MamelloP44, D44
179Ndiaye, Ameth SaloumP52, D52
180Nerman, MånsP64, D64, C64
181Ngatia, MuthoniD2, P2
182Ngepah, NicholasD14, P14
183Nisrane, FantuD4, P4
184Normanyo, AmetefeeC23, D23, P23
185Novella, RafaelD25, P25
186Nurmikko, SannaD56, P56
187Odularu, GbadeboD41, P41
188OLOUFADE, Julius DjoulassiD61, P61
189Opoku-Agyemang, KwekuP52, D52
190Orkin, KateC29, D29, P29
191Owusu-Sekyere, EmmanuelC71, D71, P71
192Ozier, OwenD50, P50
193Papageorgiou, ChrisC38, D38, P38
194Pieterse, DuncanD30, P30
195Pimhidzai, ObertC47, D47, P47
196Pongou, RolandC2, D2, P2
197Poppe, RobertC7, D7, P7
198Porter, CatherineD65, P65
199Portillo, RafaelP42
200Portner, ClausD54, P54
201Presbitero, AndreaP52, D52
202Quartapelle, LiaP76, D76
203Quinn, NatalieD20, P20
204Raballand, GaelD78, P78
205Rajaram, AnandC55
206Rankin, NeilC4, D4, P4
207Rasmussen, Ole DahlD51, P51
208Ravallion, MartinP12
209Rawlings, SamanthaP97, D97, C97
210Roche, Jose ManuelP68, D68
211Roubaud, FrançoisP74, D74, C74
212Salau, SheuD24, P24
213Sandefur, JustinD32, P32
214Sawada, YasuyukiD31, P31
215Schmidt, EmilyD23, P23
216Sebudde, RachelP64, D64
217Seck, AbdoulayeC42, D42, P42
218Sekeris, PetrosD5, P5
219Seyoum Taffesse, AlemayehuP11, D65, P65
220Shapira, GilD21, P21
221Shepherd, DebraD31, P31
222Simione, FelixD29, P29
223Simtowe, FranklinD16, P16
224SINGH, RajuD61, P61
225Sohnesen, ThomasD48, P48
226SONG NTAMACK, SIMON ALAIND50, P50
227Spatafora, NikolaD38, P38
228Stanley, RichardP22, D22
229Stefanski, RadekD79, P79
230Sterck, OlivierD6, P6
231Stifel, DavidD43, P43
232Storeygard, AdamP43
233Sulaiman, MunshiP76, D76
234Svensson, JakobP11
235Teal, FrancisC13
236Techane, FanayeP72
237thomas, alunP66, D66
238Toews, GerhardD39, P39
239Tsangarides, CharalambosD38, P38
240Umoh, BonifaceP74, D74
241Vaillant, JuliaC26, D26, P26
242Vasilakis, chrysovalantisD69, P69
243Verpoorten, MarijkeP36, D36, C36
244Verwimp, PhilipP10
245Vigneri, MarcellaD47, P47
246Voors, MaartenC59, D59, P59
247Waldkirch, AndreasD60, P60
248Walker, SebastienP46, D46
249WANJALA, BERNADETTEP57, D57
250Wietzke, FrankC32, D32, P32
251Yawe, BrunoC6, D6, P6
252YOGO, ThierryD49, P49
253Zanello, GiacomoD18, P18
254Zeitlin, AndrewC25, D25, P25

 

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