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Fondazione Alario per Elea Velia

Ascea (Sa, Italy)

June 23rd - June 26th 2014

Lectures by

Martina BJORKMAN NYQVIST, Stockholm School of Economics

Safe Sex for a Chance to Win: Evidence from a Field Experiment on HIVPrevention in Lesotho

Ethan LIGON, University of California, Berkeley

Estimating Marginal Utilities Using Disaggregated Expenditure Data

Rocco MACCHIAVELLO, University of Warwick

The Industrial Organization of an Export Oriented Agricultural Chain: the Case of Coffee

Karen MACOURS, Paris School of Economics

Transfers, Diversification and Household Risk Strategies: Can Productive Safety Nets Help Households Manage Climatic Variability

Dilip MOOKHERJEE, Boston University

Financing Smallholder Agriculture: An Experiment with Agent-Intermediated Microloans in India

Stefan NAPEL, Universität Bayreuth

An Efficiency Rationale for the Welfare State

Carlo Federico PERALI, University of Verona
An Indicator of Well-being for a Unified Means Testing and Asset Based Poverty Measurement Tool: Composite or Multidimensional?

Ernesto REZK, Universidad Nacional de Còrdoba

Pension Regimes in Latin American Emerging Countries: Do and Can Individual Capitalization Schemes and Payg Systems Coexist?

Pasquale Lucio SCANDIZZO, University of Rome Tor Vergata

Well Being and Resilience: a New Frontier for Development?

Paper presented by

Francesco AMODIO
Input Allocation, Workforce Management and Productivity Spillovers: Evidence from Personnel Data


Birth Weight and Long-term Outcomes in a Developing Country


Early Childhood, Primary School, and Cognition in a Second Best World: Evidence from a Large-scale Preschool Construction Experiment in Cambodia


Taxes, Misallocations and Productivity


Pierluigi CONZO
Trust and Cheating in Sri Lanka: The Role of Experimentally-Induced Emotions about Tsunami


The Contribution of Migrants to the Exports of Spanish Provinces


Timothée DEMONT
Promoting Financial Inclusion and Savings in Developed Countries: a Randomized Experiment in Italy


Earning Expectations and Selection of Social Workers: Experimental Evidence from Uganda


Internal Migration as a Risk-coping Strategy: Evidence from a Typhoon


Firms' Response and the Health Consequences of Industrial Regulations


François LIBOIS
Economy During and After a Civil War: the Maoist Insurgency in Nepal


Andreas MENZEL
Social Networks and Productivity Spill-over within Firms: Evidence from Bangladeshi Garment Factories


Trust, Organization and Efficiency: Evidence from Rwanda's Coffee Washing Stations


Harriet MUGERA
Multi-dimensional Poverty and Vulnerability in Sub-Saharan Africa


Household Heterogeneity, Social Networks and Risk Sharing in Thailand


Marie-Catherine RIEKHOF
Estimating the Insurance Premium in Interlinked Credit-Output Contracts


Olivia RIERA
Labor Market Effects of Improved Access to Credit among the Poor: Evidence from Cape Verde


Olivier STERCK
From Civil War to Electoral Violence. Evidence from Burundi