3rd Development Economics Workshop21 and 22 June 2012
Tilburg University Campus - Academia building*, room AZ 211
Tilburg, the Netherlands
[ Directions ; Campus Map* ]
*The Academia building is situated to the left of the Montesquieu building.
The aim of this workshop was to bring together a small number of leading European researchers in order to discuss new and exciting work on economic development. A lean schedule has left sufficient room for in-depth discussion and feedback.
This workshop was co-sponsored by Tilburg University (Department of Economics and CentER) and the University of Wageningen.
Click on the following link for the program.
- Markus Eberhardt
"When Does Public Debt Hamper Economic Growth?"
- Nicolas Van de Sijpe
"Is Foreign Aid Fungible? Evidence from the Education and Health Sectors"
- Benedikt Goderis
"The Transnational Origins of Constitutions: An Empirical Investigation"
- Robin Burgess
"Weather and Death in India"
- Andrew Zeitlin
"Information and Collective Action in the Community Monitoring of Schools: Field and Lab Experimental Evidence from Uganda"
- Robert Lensink
"Cash or Food Security Through the Public Distribution System? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial in Delhi, India"
- Dominic Rohner
"Seeds of Distrust: Conflict in Uganda"
- Manuel Oechslin
"Income Shocks and Social Unrest: Theory and Evidence"
- Silke Bumann
"Financial Liberalization Does Not Benefit Them All"
- Malik Curuk
"Trade, Technology Diffusion and Misallocation: Trade Partner Matters"
- Haki Pamuk
"Decentralized Innovation Systems and Poverty Reduction: Quasi-Experimental Evidence from Central Africa"
Thorsten Beck , CentER and EBC, Tilburg University and CEPR
Erwin Bulte , CentER, Tilburg University and Wageningen University
Benedikt Goderis , CentER and EBC, Tilburg University
Manuel Oechslin , CentER and EBC, Tilburg University