NOVAFRICA Podcast: Predicting conflict
Listen here to the third series of the “NOVAFRICA Sustainable Development Talks” Podcast.
This series of audio talks about development in Africa brings together experts from a wide range of institutions. Alex Armand, resident member of NOVAFRICA and Assistant Professor at Nova SBE, is the coordinator of this Podcast.
#Episode 9: “Predicting conflict”, with Christopher Rauh, (University of Cambridge)
#Episode 8: “Big Loans to Small Businesses: Predicting Winners and Losers in an Entrepreneurial Lending Experiment”, with Gharad Bryan (London School of Economics)
#Episode 7: “Asymmetry in Civic Information: An Experiment on Tax Participation among Informal Firms in To”, with Moussa Blimpo (World Bank)
#Episode 6: “Household Food Consumption Responses to Terrorism: evidence from high frequency in-home-scanner data”, with Elena Stancanelli (Paris School of Economics)
#Episode 5: “Benchmarking a Child Nutrition Program Against Cash: Evidence from Rwanda”, with Andrew Zeitlin (Georgetown University)
#Episode 4: “Optimal Assignment of Bureaucrats: Evidence from Randomly Assigned Tax Collectors in the DRC”, with Jonathan Weigel (London School of Economics)
#Episode 3: “Political Influences on Police Responses to Crime”, with Katherine Vyborny (Duke University)
#Episode 2: “Entrenched Political Dynasties and Development under Competitive Clientelism: Evidence from Pakistan”, with Jean Philippe Platteau (Namur University)
#Episode 1: “Two Sides of Gender: Sex, Power, and Adolescence” with Manisha Shah (UCLA)