CMI and FAIR-The Choice Lab co-hosts: Bergen Seminar in Development Economics
- CMI - Chr. Michelsen Institute, Jekteviksbakken 31, Bergen
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Free lunch in the seminar room (3. floor).
Rune Jansen Hagen (UiB):
Paid to go or paid to come? A model of assisted return migration.
Sandra Halvorsen (NHH/CMI):
Are women more cooperative than men? Experimental evidence from Ethiopia.
Bjarne Robberstad (UIB):
Cost-effectiveness of Results-based financing for reducing maternal and perinatal mortality.
Stein Holden (NMBU):
The Importance of Ostrom's Design Principles: Youth Group Performance In Northern Ethiopia.
Dinner(self-paid) at Zupperia
Please sign up for lunch and/or dinner: firstname.lastname@example.org
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