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大会情報   Conference Information

■若手会議2019
●開発経済学分野の若手研究者同士が切磋琢磨する場の提供を目的に、「若手会議2019」を開催します。
 日程: 2019年11月30日(土)
 場所: 早稲田大学
 内容: プログラム
●発表の受付は締め切りました。

■第二回開発経済学会大会 / The Second JADE Conference
●第二回開発経済学会大会をCentre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)、Trinity Impact Evaluation Unit (TIME)、東京大学政策評価研究教育センター (CREPE)と共催でJADE-CEPR-TIME-CREPE Conference on Economic Developmentとして開催します。報告申し込みは以下のリンクからお願いします。

Call for Papers
 日程:2020年4月18日(土)、19日(日)
 場所:東京大学本郷キャンパス
 報告申込:CEPRのサイトで投稿
 申込締切:2020年1月5日(日)日本時間24時
 注意事項:
  1) 投稿する際は、CEPRのサイトにアカウント登録をする必要があります。
  2) JADE会員は、上記サイトのコメント欄に「I'm a JADE member」と入力ください。
  3) JADE会員で、投稿論文がHayami Awardの対象である場合、上記サイトのコメント欄に
  「I'm eligible for the Hayami Award」と入力ください。

●The JADE will hold its second annual conference jointly with the Center for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), the Trinity Impact Evaluation Unit (TIME), and the Center for Research and Education in Program Evaluation (CREPE) as the JADE-CEPR-TIME-CREPE Conference on Economic Development.

Call for Papers
 Date: April 18 (Sat), 19 (Sun), 2020
 Venue: The University of Tokyo (Hongo Campus, Tokyo)
 Submission: Submit at the CEPR website
 Submission Due: JST 24:00 January 5 (Sun), 2020
 Notes:
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  3) If you are a JADE member and are eligible for the Hayami Award, enter
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研究会情報   Workshop Information

JADE/GRIPS Development Economics Workshops
Next Workshops:
   Date/Time: November 13 (Wed), 16:40-18:10
   Place: GRIPS 5J
   Title: Early-Life Circumstance and Adult Locus of Control:Evidence from 72Countries
   Presenter:Masahiro Shoji (Seijo University)
   Discussant: Izumi Yamasaki (Gakushuin University)
   To attend: Regsiter here.
   Abstract: Given the critical roles of non-cognitive skills in human development,it is relevant to uncover their development process. Using exogenous variationin weather conditions across countries over time, this study examines theimpact of experiencing rainfall shortage in childhood on adult locus ofcontrol. The result shows that those who experienced shortage before age fiveare more likely to believe that they cannot control their life outcomes. Theimpact is larger for females from agricultural countries. However, in line with the theoretical prediction, the impact fades away withage and diminishes by early 30s. This study also provides suggestive evidencethat this causal relationship is mediated by the increase in the use of badparenting methods, such as physical/psychological punishment, in drought years.

   Date/Time: November 27 (Wed), 16:40-18:10
   Place: GRIPS 5J
   Title: The Impact of Road Development on Household Welfare in Rural Papua NewGuinea
   Presenter: Christopher Edmonds (Tokyo International University)
   Discussant: Manabu Fujimura (Aoyama Gakuin University)
   To attend: Regsiter here.
   Abstract: In this paper we evaluate the impact of road development on householdwelfare in rural Papua New Guinea (PNG) between 1996 and 2010, using twocross-sectional household surveys and corresponding road maps. Reliance onexisting data enables the study to conduct an impact evaluation of PNG roadinvestments, despite difficulties in collecting new survey data in the country.We make use of time-variation in road surface type and condition, focusing onroutes that connect rural households to urban areas. To tackle endogenousplacement of road infrastructure programs, we employ a correlated randomeffects model that controls for location-specific averages of road quality. Wealso use a newly developed generalized quantile egression method toinvestigate whether road works favor the poor. Our estimates show that betterroads to nearest towns led to higher consumption levels, housing quality, and school enrollment, and to less reliance on subsistencefarming. The effects are stronger among poor and remote households according to the generalized quantile regression results.

   Date/Time: December 19 (Thu), 16:40-18:10
   Place: GRIPS 5F Room F
   Title: Perceived Barriers, Actual Barriers and Growth Intentions: Evidence fromSmall and Medium Enterprises
   Presenter: Nhung Vu Thi Hong (Vietnamese-German University)
   Discussant: Yukichi Mano (Hitotsubashi University)
   To attend: Regsiter here.
   Abstract: Using panel dataset from around 2,000 Vietnamese small and medium –sized enterprises (SMEs) from 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015, this paperinvestigates the relationship between perceived barriers and actual barriers togrowth; and the influence of perceived barriers and actual barriers on growthintention of SMEs in Vietnam. We measure perceived barriers and actual barriersof SMEs on financial access, shortage of skilled workers, shortage of rawmaterial, public official inference and market competition. Our results showthat there is a positively significant correlation between perceived and actualbarriers on financial access, shortage of skilled workers, shortage of rawmaterial, public official inference and market competition. However, themagnitude of correlation between perceived and actual barriers of barriers isnot as strong as we expect except the results on the barriers of shortage ofskilled workers and market competition. In addition, we document that bothperceived barriers and actual barriers have positively significant influence ongrowth intention of SMEs.


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