Twenty-First BREAD Conference
Twenty-First BREAD Conference on Development Economics
Economic Growth Center
Yale University, May 11-12, 2012
Sponsored by: The Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development (BREAD) and The Economic Growth Center, Yale University
Friday, May 11th
MacMillan Center, 34 Hillhouse Avenue, Auditorium 101
Pre-conference on Work in Progress by Junior Affiliates
Chair: Mark Rosenzweig
Esther Duflo, Michael Greenstone, Rohini Pande and Nicholas Ryan
Truth-Telling by Third-Party Auditors: Evidence from a Randomized Field
Experiment in India.
Christoph Saenger, Maximo Torero, and Matin Qaim
The Impact of Third-Party Enforcement of Contracts in Agricultural Markets -
Evidence from a Field Experiment in Vietnam.
Chair: Seema Jayachandran
Milo Bianchi and Matteo Bobba
Liquidity, Risk, and Occupational Choices.
Britta Augsburg, Ralph De Haas, Heike Harmgart, and Costas Meghir
Microfinance at the Margin: Experimental Evidence from Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Cocktails & Dinner
Graduate Club, 155 Elm Street
Saturday, May 12th
Linsly Chittenden, 62 High Street, Room 211
Chair: Chris Udry
Turnout, Political Preferences and Information: Experimental Evidence from Peru
Sriniketh Nagavarapu and Sheetal Sekhri
Does the Identity of the Delivery Agents Matter in Public Service Delivery?
Evidence from the Public Distribution System in India.
Richard Hornbeck and Suresh Naidu
When the Levee Breaks: Labor Mobility and Economic Development in the American
CALL FOR PAPERS: 21th BREAD CONFERENCE, Economic Growth Center, Yale University, 11-12 May 2012
The Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development (BREAD) is pleased to announce the 21st BREAD conference will be hosted by the Economic Growth Center, Yale University on 11-12 May 2012.
You are invited to submit a paper for the conference. The deadline for submissions is 3 February, 2012.
Submissions for this conference are no longer being accepted.
The scientific committee for this conference comprises Seema Jayachandran (Northwestern), Rob Jensen (UCLA), Mark Rosenzweig (Yale), Chris Udry (Yale) and Eric Verhoogen (Columbia). All papers presented at the conference will be selected through this open submissions process. Please note that there will be time for only a very small number of presentations. The conference lasts about a day and a half, there are no parallel sessions, and ample time is allowed for discussion of the research during the presentations. Travel and hotel expenses will be covered for one author per paper that is presented in the conference.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email
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