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NEUDC
 
DETAILED
 
SCHEDULE
 
(PRELIMINARY)
 
*Coming
 
Soon:
 
Chairs,
 
discussants
 
&
 
links
 
to
 
papers
 
*
 
November
 
12
13,
 
2011,
 
Economic
 
Growth
 
Center,
 
Yale
 
University,
 
WL
 
Harkness
 
Hall,
 
100
 
Wall
 
Street
 
&
 
SSS
 
Each
 
paper
 
is
 
allotted
 
25
 
minutes:
 
15
 
for
 
the
 
presentation,
 
5
 
for
 
the
 
discussant,
 
5
 
for
 
questions.
 
Presenters
 
indicated
 
in
 
bold
 
for
 
multi
authored
 
papers.
 
Please
 
email
 
 
if 
 
you
 
have
 
any
 
questions
 
or
 
if 
 
you
 
have
 
not
 
yet
 
confirmed
 
attendance/presenters.
 
SATURDAY,
 
NOVEMBER
 
12,
 
2011
 
8:00
 
 –
 
9:00
 
AM
 
Breakfast
 
&
 
Registration
 
Location:
 
Commons,
 
168
 
Grove
 
Street
 
9:00
 
10:40
 
AM
 
SECTION
 
1
 
SESSION
 
1:
 
HEALTH:
 
INCENTIVES,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
116
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
A
 
Cluster
 
Randomized
 
Trial
 
of 
 
Provider
 
Incentives
 
for
 
Anemia
 
Reduction
 
in
 
Rural
 
China
 
Sean
 
Sylvia;
 
University
 
of 
 
Maryland
 
Performance
 
Pay
 
and
 
Information:
 
Reducing
 
Child
 
Malnutrition
 
in
 
Urban
 
Slums
 
Prakarsh
 
Singh;
 
Amherst
 
College
 
Do
 
Public
 
Health
 
Interventions
 
Crowd
 
Out
 
Private
 
Health
 
Investments?
 
Malaria
 
Control
 
Policies
 
in
 
Eritrea
 
Pedro
 
Carneiro;
 
UCL,
 
Andrea
 
Locatelli;
 
University
 
College
 
London
 
Integration
 
of 
 
Microfinance
 
and
 
Health
 
Education:
 
Evidence
 
from
 
a
 
Randomized
 
Controlled
 
Trial
 
in
 
Rural
 
India
 
Joao
 
Montalvao;
 
University
 
College
 
London
 
SESSION
 
2:
 
SOCIAL
 
CAPITAL,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
119
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
The
 
Diffusion
 
of 
 
Microfinance
 
Abhijit
 
Banerjee;
 
MIT,
 
Arun
 
Chandrasekhar;
 
MIT,
 
Esther
 
Duflo;
 
Massachusetts
 
Institute
 
of 
 
Technology
 
Matthew
 
O.
 
Jackson;
 
Stanford
 
University
 
Network
 
Effect
 
and
 
Technology
 
Adoption:
 
Anti
Malarial
 
bed
 
nets
 
and
 
Insecticide
 
Treatments
 
in
 
Orissa,
 
India
 
Chutima
 
Tontarawongsa;
 
Duke
 
University
 
SOCIAL
 
INTERACTIONS
 
AND
 
INDIVIDUAL
 
REPRODUCTIVE
 
DECISIONS
 
Muthoni
 
Ngatia;
 
Yale
 
University
 
Tolerance
 
and
 
Compromise
 
in
 
Social
 
Networks
 
Garance
 
Genicot;
 
Georgetown
 
University
 
SESSION
 
3:
 
EDUCATION
 
IMPACT
 
EVALUATION,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
114
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
The
 
Search
 
for
 
the
 
Right
 
Incentive:
 
Response
 
to
 
Changes
 
in
 
the
 
Incentive
 
Scheme
 
of 
 
Participants
 
in
 
Conditional
 
Cash
 
Transfer
 
Programs
 
Guadalupe
 
Bedoya;
 
University
 
of 
 
Chicago
 
The
 
Short
Term
 
Impacts
 
of 
 
the
 
One
 
Laptop
 
per
 
Child
 
Program:
 
A
 
Randomized
 
Evaluation
 
Julian
 
Cristia;
 
Inter
American
 
Development
 
Bank,
 
Pablo
 
Ibarraran;
 
Inter
American
 
Development
 
Bank,
 
Santiago
 
Cueto;
 
GRADE,
 
Ana
 
Santiago;
 
Inter
American
 
Development
 
Bank,
 
Eugenio
 
Severin;
 
Inter
American
 
Development
 
Bank
 
Testing
 
for
 
Heterogeneous
 
Treatment
 
Effects
 
in
 
Experimental
 
Data:
 
False
 
Discovery
 
Risks
 
and
 
Correction
 
Procedures
 
Gunther
 
Fink;
 
Harvard
 
University
 
Margaret
 
McConnell;
 
Harvard
 
University,
 
Sebastian
 
Vollmer;
 
Harvard
 
University
 
Assessing
 
the
 
Long
term
 
Effects
 
of 
 
Conditional
 
Cash
 
Transfers
 
on
 
Human
 
Capital:
 
Evidence
 
from
 
Colombia
 
Adriana
 
Camacho;
 
Universidad
 
de
 
los
 
Andes,
 
Javier
 
Baez;
 
The
 
World
 
Bank
 
 
 
SESSION
 
4:
 
INTRA
HOUSEHOLD,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
117
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
Islamic
 
Inheritance
 
Law,
 
Son
 
Preference
 
and
 
Fertility
 
Behavior
 
of 
 
Muslim
 
Couples
 
in
 
Indonesia
 
Eliana
 
Carranza;
 
Harvard
 
University
 
Grandfathers
 
and
 
Grandsons:
 
Should
 
cash
 
transfers
 
be
 
targeted
 
to
 
women?
 
Emilio
 
Gutierrez
 
Fernandez;
 
ITAM
 
Laura
 
Juarez;
 
Instituto
 
Tecnologico
 
Autonomo
 
de
 
Mexico,
 
Adrian
 
Rubli;
 
ITAM
 
Sibling
 
Rivalry
 
in
 
Education:
 
Estimation
 
of 
 
Intra
household
 
Trade
offs
 
in
 
Human
 
capital
 
Investment
 
Slesh
 
Shrestha;
 
University
 
of 
 
Michigan
 
Is
 
couple's
 
 joint
 
decision
 
making
 
associated
 
with
 
favorable
 
household
 
consumption
 
patterns
 
for
 
children?
 
Evidence
 
from
 
Cebu,
 
Philippines
 
John
 
Michael
 
Ian
 
Salas;
 
University
 
of 
 
California,
 
Irvine
 
SESSION
 
5:
 
SELF
EMPLOYMENT,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
207
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
Self 
 
Employment
 
in
 
Developing
 
Countries:
 
a
 
Search
Equilibrium
 
Approach
 
Renata
 
Narita;
 
UCL
 
Self 
employment
 
and
 
Informality
 
in
 
Africa:
 
Panel
 
Evidence
 
from
 
Satisfaction
 
Data
 
Bob
 
Rijkers;
 
World
 
Bank,
 
Paolo
 
Falco;
 
Oxford
 
University,
 
Centre
 
for
 
the
 
Study
 
of 
 
African
 
Economies,
 
William
 
Maloney;
 
World
 
Bank,
 
Mauricio
 
Sarrias;
 
Universidad
 
Catolica
 
del
 
norte
 
Determinants
 
of 
 
income
 
in
 
informal
 
self 
employment:
 
new
 
evidence
 
from
 
a
 
long
 
African
 
panel
 
Paolo
 
Falco;
 
Oxford
 
University,
 
Centre
 
for
 
the
 
Study
 
of 
 
African
 
Economies
 
Learning
 
about
 
Comparative
 
Advantage
 
in
 
Entrepreneurship:
 
Evidence
 
from
 
Thailand
 
Anant
 
Nyshadham;
 
Yale
 
University
 
SESSION
 
6:
 
POLITICAL
 
ECONOMY:
 
NETWORKS,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
208
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
CORPORATE
 
NETWORKS
 
AND
 
PEER
 
EFFECTS
 
IN
 
FIRM
 
POLICIES:
 
EVIDENCE
 
FROM
 
INDIA
 
Manasa
 
Patnam;
 
University
 
of 
 
Cambridge
 
Law
 
and
 
identity
 
manipulation:
 
evidence
 
from
 
a
 
natural
 
experiment.
 
Guilhem
 
Cassan;
 
Paris
 
School
 
of 
 
Economics
 
Why
 
are
 
land
 
reforms
 
granting
 
complete
 
property
 
rights
 
politically
 
risky?
 
Electoral
 
outcomes
 
of 
 
Mexicoâ ™s
 
second
 
land
 
reform
 
Alain
 
de
 
Janvry;
 
University
 
of 
 
California
 
at
 
Berkeley,
 
Marco
 
Gonzalez
Navarro;
 
University
 
of 
 
Toronto,
 
Elisabeth
 
Sadoulet;
 
University
 
of 
 
California
 
at
 
Berkeley
 
 
 
SESSION
 
7:
 
CORRUPTION,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
113
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
Can
 
Developing
 
Countries
 
Export
 
Corruption?
 
Evidence
 
from
 
Corporate
 
Tax
 
Evasion
 
in
 
the
 
United
 
States
 
Ngoc
 
Anh
 
Tran;
 
Indiana
 
University
 
Audit
 
Risk
 
and
 
Rent
 
Extraction:
 
Evidence
 
from
 
a
 
Randomized
 
Evaluation
 
in
 
Brazil
 
Stephan
 
Litschig;
 
Universitat
 
Pompeu
 
Fabra,
 
Yves
 
Zamboni;
 
Controladoria
Geral
 
da
 
Uniao
 
Institutional
 
Corruption
 
and
 
Election
 
Fraud:
 
Evidence
 
from
 
a
 
Field
 
Experiment
 
in
 
Afghanistan
 
Michael
 
Callen;
 
UCSD,
 
James
 
Long;
 
UCSD
 
One
 
Mandarin
 
Benefits
 
the
 
Whole
 
Clan:
 
Panel
 
Data
 
Evidence
 
from
 
Hometown
 
Infrastructure
 
in
 
an
 
Autocracy
 
Kieu
Trang
 
Nguyen;
 
Indiana
 
University
 
Quoc
Anh
 
Do;
 
Singapore
 
Management
 
University,
 
Anh
 
Tran;
 
Indiana
 
University
 
10:40
 
 –
 
11:00
 
AM
 
BREAK
 
11:00
 
 –
 
12:40
 
PM
 
SECTION
 
2
 
SESSION
 
8:
 
AGRICULTURE,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
119
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
Estimation
 
of 
 
a
 
Dynamic
 
Agricultural
 
Production
 
Model
 
with
 
Observed,
 
Subjective
 
Distributions
 
Brian
 
Dillon;
 
Cornell
 
University
 
How
 
accurate
 
is
 
recall
 
data?
 
Evidence
 
from
 
coastal
 
India
 
Francesca
 
de
 
Nicola;
 
IFPRI
 
Xavier
 
Gine;
 
The
 
World
 
Bank
 
The
 
Impact
 
of 
 
Receiving
 
Price
 
and
 
Weather
 
Information
 
in
 
Colombia’s
 
Agricultural
 
Sector
 
Adriana
 
Camacho;
 
Universidad
 
de
 
los
 
Andes.
 
Emily
 
Conover;
 
Hamilton
 
College
 
SESSION
 
9:
 
TRADE,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
208
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
Information
 
Frictions
 
in
 
Trade
 
Treb
 
Allen;
 
Yale
 
University
 
Export
 
markets,
 
household
 
businesses,
 
and
 
formal
 
 jobs:
 
Evidence
 
from
 
the
 
U.S.
Vietnam
 
Bilateral
 
Trade
 
Agreement
 
Brian
 
McCaig;
 
Australian
 
National
 
University.
 
Nina
 
Pavcnik;
 
Dartmouth
 
College
 
Multi
Product
 
Firms
 
and
 
Exchange
 
Rate
 
Fluctuations
 
Rafael
 
Dix
Carneiro;
 
University
 
of 
 
Maryland
 
Export
 
Competitiveness
 
of 
 
Developing
 
Countries
 
and
 
US
 
Trade
 
Policy
 
Shushanik
 
Hakobyan;
 
Middlebury
 
College
 
SESSION
 
10:
 
CONFLICT,
 
CHAIR:
 
Location:
 
Room
 
WLH
 
117
 
Paper
 
Authors
 
Discussant
 
Inciting
 
Riots:
 
Testing
 
Whether
 
Rainfall
 
is
 
a
 
Valid
 
Instrument
 
when
 
looking
 
at
 
Civil
 
Conflict
 
Heather
 
Sarsons;
 
Harvard
 
University
 
Lost
 
in
 
Transition?
 
How
 
Civil
 
War
 
Violence
 
Can
 
Impair
 
the
 
Foundations
 
for
 
Market
 
Development
 
Pauline
 
Grosjean;
 
University
 
of 
 
New
 
South
 
Wales
 
Targets
 
of 
 
Violence:
 
Evidence
 
from
 
India's
 
Naxalite
 
Conflict
 
Oliver
 
Vanden
 
Eynde;
 
LSE
 
Altitude,
 
Genes
 
and
 
Town
 
Names:
 
A
 
Study
 
of 
 
Historical
 
Influence
 
and
 
Political
 
Mobilization
 
Christopher
 
Paik;
 
Princeton
 
University
 

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