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EGAP 7: Vancouver, April 2012

27-28 April 2012

Location: The Case Room at the Liu Institute for Global issues

Friday 27 April

11 – 12 Design 1

Kelly Bidwell “The Impact of Information on Voter Knowledge and Engagement: Evidence from the 2012 Elections in Sierra Leone” (Katherine Casey, Rachel Glennerster, Kelly Bidwell)

12-1 Design II

Guy Grossman. “Innovations to increase public services provision at the local government level in Uganda.

1-2:15 Lunch

2-3:15 Methods I:

Lynn Vavreck. Experimental evidence on differences in responses between in-person and self-completed questionnaires.

EGAP 4: New York City, October 2010

Friday, October 8.
Venue: Casa Italiana (24 West 12th Street, between 5th Ave and 6th Ave)

Breakfast, Catered at Casa Italiana

Welcome and Current Research from Members

Macartan Humphreys (with Jiehua Chen and Vijay Modi)
“Technology Diffusion and Social Networks: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Uganda”

Coffee Break

Pedro Vicente (with Jenny C. Aker and Paul Collier)
Is Information Power? Using Cell Phones during an Election in Mozambique

Lunch, Catered at Casa Italiana

EGAP 3: Dublin, May 2010

DAY 1, Friday 7th May

9.30-10.15 Welcome and current research from members

10.30-11.30 Susan Hyde (Yale)

Election Fraud Deterrence, Displacement, or Both? Evidence from a Multi-Level Field Experiment in Nicaragua (distributed by email)

11.45-12.45 Arianna Legovini (World Bank)

The Development Impact Evaluation Initiative (DIME) of the World Bank (link)

1.00-2.30 LUNCH

1592 Room in Trinity (link)

2.30-3.30 Eric Coleman (FSU)

Reconstructing Cooperation from Civil Conflict: Experimental Evidence from Colombian Development Policy (link)

3.45-4.45 Ghazala Mansuri (World Bank)

Together We Will: Evidence from a Field Experiment on Female Voter Turnout in Pakistan (link)

5.00-6.00 BUSINESS MEETING (including Standards Committee Report)