Global Development Seminar

We’d like to announce a new speaker series in the area of global development that will bring scholars doing research in development to grounds. Speakers will be invited from the social science fields of economics, politics, and public policy; we aim to bring together researchers examining pressing challenges facing individuals, households, and firms in developing countries using advanced empirical techniques.

The series is generously supported by the Center for Global Inquiry & Innovation, the Batten School, Batten Global, and the Quantitative Collaborative; and organized by faculty from the department of economics and politics and the Batten School. Seminar days and locations vary based on the department hosting the speaker. Lunch will be provided at the seminars.

Speaker Archives

Pablo Querubin
Start Date
02-27-2018
Start Time
12
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson S296
Maureen Cropper
Presentation Title
Do Discrete Choice Approaches to Valuing Urban Amenities Yield Different Results than Hedonic Models?
Start Date
04-03-2018
Start Time
12:00
End Time
1:30
Location
Garrett Hall Faculty Seminar Room
Tariq Thachil
Presentation Title
Who Do Brokers Serve? Reputation and Responsiveness in India’s Urban Slums
Start Date
04-19-2018
Start Time
12:00
End Time
1:30
Location
Gibson S296
Rohini Pande
Start Date
04-24-2018
Start Time
12:00
End Time
1:30
Location
TBD
Anirudh Krishna
Presentation Title
The Broken Ladder: The Paradox & Potential of India's One Billion
Start Date
05-01-2018
Start Time
12:00
End Time
1:30
Location
342 Nau Hall
Duncan Thomas
Presentation Title
Long Run Effects of the Indian Ocean Tsunami on Health and Cognition
Start Date
05-08-2018
Start Time
3:30
End Time
5:00
Location
120 Monroe