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EGAP 26: Cotonou, June 2019

Cotonou, Benin
General Plenary Meeting
June 13-15, 2019

Host: Leonard Wantchekon, African School of Economics and Princeton University

Thursday, June 13: EGAP Evidence Seminar
                                  4:00 PM to 5:30 PM Golden Tulip Diplomate Cotonou (MADIBA Conference Room), with a reception to follow

Friday, June 14 - Saturday, June 15
Host: Leonard Wantchekon, African School of Economics and Princeton University
Location: Cedre Conference Room at Golden Tulip Le Diplomate Cotonou

Papers & Research Designs
Raymond Duch: The Effect of Accountability  on Clientelist Politicians: Examining Centrally-Led Independent Government Audits and Elections
Nikhar Gaikwad: Do International Employment Opportunities Impact Political Economy Preferences? Evidence from a Field Experiment
Baruani Idd Mshale: Civil Servants' Behavior Towards Availing Public Information and Enabling Citizen's Participation in Tanzania
Gareth Nellis: The Causes and Effects of Enfranchising Internal Migrants in India
Daniel Nielson: International Diffusion of Development Knowledge
Soledad Prillaman: Women as Agents of Change: How has Women’s Political Mobilization Restructured Political Networks and Changed Local Governance?
Pedro Vicente: Information and Collective Action in Angolan schools: Inside the Black Box of Community-Driven Development
Rebecca Wolfe: Does Peacebuilding Work in the Midst of Active Conflict?: The Case of the Middle Belt of Nigeria.