Call for Papers: BREAD Conference at MIT, 12-13 May 2023

Mental Health and Socioeconomic Outcomes The Journal of Development Economics invites scholars to contribute to a special issue on “Mental Health and Socioeconomic Outcomes”. This special issue aims to delve into the relationship between mental health and broader socioeconomic outcomes. Guest editors: Nishith Prakash, Northeastern University, email: Gautam Rao, University of California Berkeley, email: Frank Schilbach, Massachusetts Institute of […]

BREAD-IGC Virtual PhD Course, Spring 2022

BREAD-IGC Virtual PhD Course, Spring 2022 Modules on Education; Credit, insurance, and risk; and Migration The Bureau for Research and Economic Analysis of Development (BREAD), in collaboration with the International Growth Centre (IGC), is offering a virtual PhD non-credit course for the spring of 2022. This semester-long course will cover education; credit, insurance, and risk; […]

VDEV/CEPR/BREAD Online Seminar in Development Economics 

BREAD co-organizes the VDEV/CEPR/BREAD online seminar in development economics which reaches a global audience with interests in this area. Please go to to register for the seminar and to see upcoming talks and recordings of past talks. The seminar is is held biweekly on a Tuesday at 8AM (PDT),11AM (EDT), 4PM (BST), 5PM (CEST). It is […]

Call for Papers: Online BREAD Conference on the Economics of Africa

We are pleased to announce the BREAD Conference on the Economics of Africa, hosted by the International Growth Centre and co-organized with the African Economic Research Consortium, African School of Economics, and the Global Poverty Research Lab at Northwestern University. The conference will be held virtually on Zoom on 7, 8, 9 July 2021. Master […]

Call for Papers on Sanitation and Development

Governments, international agencies, and private organizations have invested heavily in sanitation improvements in Asia and globally in recent decades, though the benefits for vulnerable groups such as the poor, women, and children have yet to be systematically captured. There is also a need to better understand how to optimize sanitation services across households, taking into […]

Call for Papers

Association for Mentoring and Inclusion in Economics (AMIE) 1st Workshop in Applied Microeconomics To be held online on March 5, 12, 19, and 26, Fridays, 11:00 AM — 4:00 PM EST, 2021  Co-sponsored by AMIE, Yale-RISE, and UCONN-CLAS Deadline: 15th January, 2021 at midnight EST Organizers: Ama Baafra Abeberese (Wellesley College), Felipe Barrera-Osorio (Vanderbilt University), Peter Quartermaine Blair […]