Development Studies Workshop

2019 Development Studies Workshop & SEBOL Mid-Year Meeting

ASU BARRETT & O’CONNOR WASHINGTON CENTER
1800 I Street, NW. Washington, DC 20006
July 26th, 2019

The Society of Bolivian Economists (SEBOL) is organizing a mid-year meeting to promote the interaction of members of SEBOL with international scholars. We are aiming to build a network of collaborators to foster novel ideas and break new ground in development studies.

The meeting will be a one-day workshop to showcase 6 to 8 research papers. Each paper will be first presented by its author, then discussed by an invited scholar, and last discussed in plenary session. All presentations will be delivered in English.

Keynote Speaker

Miguel Urquiola, Columbia University & NBER

Accepted Papers

  • Kattya Quiroga Velasco (University of Maryland), Broken Trust: The consequences of the forced sterilizations in Peru. Discussant: TBD.

  • Aaditya Dar (George Washington University), All is Water: Historical Causes and Consequences of Agrarian Development in 20th century India. Discussant: TBD.

  • Bruno Lopez-Videla (University of California San Diego), Political Alignment and Access to Subnational Credit: Evidence from Local Governments in Mexico. Discussant: TBD.

  • Diego Vera-Cossio (IADB), The limits of Informal Insurance and the Propagation of Idiosyncratic Shocks Through Economic Networks. Discussant: TBD.

  • Lissandra Ellyne (University of Nebraska), Haggling for a Smoke: an Experimental Study of Price Discrimination in Mexico City’s Informal Cigarette Markets. Discussant: TBD.

  • Fabiola Saavedra (Université Catholique de Louvain), Newly Graduates in the Labor Market: The Efficiency Frontier of Higher Education Institutions. Discussant: TBD.

  • Andres Garcia (Universidad Los Andes Chile), Effects of a Reduction in Credit Constraints on Educational Attainment: Evidence from Chile. Discussant: TBD.

  • Alejandro Herrera (INESAD), Productivity and Displacement: Evidence from Colombia’s Illegal Drug Production. Discussant: TBD.

  • Maria Hernandez de Benito (Georgetown University), Violent Crime and Intra-Household Bargaining: The Mexican Drug War. Discussant: TBD.

  • Soraya Roman (CIEE-UPB), Culture and Breastfeeding Duration in Peru and Bolivia. Discussant: TBD.

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