Tenth BREAD Conference
Sponsored by: Princeton University
Conference location: Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
1:00-2:00 Erica Field (Princeton University) and Omar Robles (Harvard University), "Iodine Deficiency and Schooling Attainment in Tanzania"
2:00-3:00 Benjamin F. Jones (Kellogg School of Management), "The Knowledge Trap: Human Capital and Development Reconsidered"
3:30-4:30 James Habyarimana (Georgetown University), Bekezela Mbakile (Center for Global Development), and Cristian Pop-Eleches (Columbia University), "HIV/AIDS, ARV Treatment and Worker Absenteeism: Evidence from a Large African Firm"
4:30-5:30 Joshua Graff Zivin (Columbia University), Harsha Thirumurthy (Yale University), and Markus Goldstein (World Bank), "AIDS Treatment and Intrahousehold Resource Allocations: Children's Nutrition and Schooling in Kenya"
6:30 Cocktails and dinner
Saturday, April 28, 2007
9:00-10:00 David Lam (University of Michigan), Cally Ardington (University of Cape Town), and Murray Leibbrandt (University of Cape Town), "Schooling as a Lottery: Racial Differences in School Advancement in Urban South Africa"
10:20-11:20 Pranab Bardhan (University of California at Berkeley) and Dilip Mookherjee (Boston University), "Land Reform and Farm Productivity in West Bengal"
11:20-12:20 Simeon Djankov (World Bank), Oliver Hart (Harvard University), Caralee McLiesh (World Bank) and Andrei Schleifer (Harvard University), "Debt Enforcement Around the World"
The Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development (BREAD) will host its 10th BREAD conference the 27th – 28th of April 2007. You are invited to submit a paper for the conference. The deadline for submissions is 1st March 2007.
While all papers presented at the conference will be selected through this open submissions process, please note that we will have time for a very small number of presentations. The conference lasts only 2 days, there will be no parallel sessions, and we plan to leave ample time for discussion.
The programme will be chosen by Christina Paxson (Princeton) and Anne Case (Princeton).
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