Last NameFirst NameEmailCountry InstitutionTitleLink
KittnerNoahnkittner@ethz.chSwitzerlandETH ZürichHydropower threatens peace in MyanmarAbstract
PelletierJohannejohannepelletier@gmail.comUnited StatesCornell UniversityWood energy and sustainability transition in the energy sector: a case study for Zambia.Abstract
Sullivan-WileyKirakswiley@bu.eduUnited StatesBoston UniversityReforestation intervention participation: the importance of goal-orientation and mixed methods for reforesting the Brazilian Atlantic ForestAbstract
VilpouxOliviero.vilpoux@gmail.comBrazilFederal University of Mato Grosso do Sul - UFMSWho Wants To Pay For Pantanal? Experiences Of Payment For Environmental Services In The Preservation Of A Single BiomaAbstract
DupuyLouislouis.dupuy@apesa.frFranceAPESASustainability Assessment for Structural Transformation : Paths for Climate-Compatible DevelopmentAbstract
SehrsweeneyMatthewsehrmatt@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganThe Production of Adaptive Capacity: Power and Climate Adaptation in the Rural Pacific NorthwestAbstract
Pardo MartinezClara Inescipmusa@yahoo.comColombiaUniversidad del RosarioTrends and dynamics of material flow analysis in urban context. Bogotá as case studyAbstract
BrockingtonDand.brockington@sheffield.ac.ukUnited KingdomSIID, University of SheffieldPersistent Peasant Poverty and AssetsAbstract
SnyderKatherinekatherineasnyder@email.arizona.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Arizona"Modern" Farming And The Transformation Of Livelihoods In Rural TanzaniaAbstract
SainjooSnehalatasainjoos@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityDynamics of forest dependency in the rapidly globalizing Caribbean coastal communities of NicaraguaAbstract
MbathaPhililephilile.mbatha@uct.ac.zaSouth AfricaUniversity of Cape TownPlural governance systems and rural coastal livelihoods in South AfricaAbstract
Amarayil SreeramanBinilkumarasbinilkumar@nitie.ac.inIndiaNational Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), MumbaiPreferences of Stakeholders over Sustainable Conservation of a Wetland Ecosystem: A Case of Loktak Lake in Manipur IndiaAbstract
OthmanAzmahg3azmah@um.edu.myMalaysiaUniversity MalayaConservation Of Marine Resources And Sustainable Coastal Community DevelopmentAbstract
AggarwalRimjhimrimjhim@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityFostering Sustainability: Design Heuristics for Emergence of Effective Governance in Social-Ecological SystemsAbstract
Carr KelmanCandiceccarrkel@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State University School of SustainabilityKey Criteria For Successful Collaborative Management Of Natural ResourcesAbstract
GrillosTaratgrillos@purdue.eduUnited StatesPurdue UniversityBuilding Effective Institutions for Sustainable Development: The Critical Role of Deliberative ArgumentationAbstract
Chereque LizarzaburuBruno Franciscobrunochereque@gmail.comPeruUniversidad del PacíficoInstitutional Design for Sustainable Tourism in Kiuñalla, PeruAbstract
IslamKhankhan.islam@ubc.caCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaCommunity-Based Natural Resource Management: An Effective Tool to Reduce Poverty and Inequality?Abstract
CarpenterStefanstefcarp@iu.eduUnited StatesIndiana UniversityThe Impact of Climate Change on Community-Based Wildlife Management: A Case Study from Northwest NamibiaAbstract
WilliamsSamanthasamanthawilliams@sun.ac.zaSouth AfricaSTELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITYAnalyzing differing discourses in small-scale fisheries and conservation planning: Presenting case study outcomes from South AfricaAbstract
BangJamesbangjamest@sau.eduUnited StatesSt. Ambrose UniversityDo Remittances Help To Reduce Child Labor? Evidence From Punjab ProvinceAbstract
KhannaMadhulikamk1469@georgetown.eduUnited StatesGeorgetown UniversityIt’s about time: An analysis of the intra-household allocation of children’s time for three countriesAbstract
HenryMichaelm.henry.1@bham.ac.ukUnited KingdomDepartment of Economics, University of BirminghamChildren’s Resource Shares: Male Versus Female-Headed_x000D_ HouseholdsAbstract
ValeroMagalimvalero@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Michigan DearbornWhy has there been a fall in child labor and an increase in school attendance in Mexico?Abstract
VilelaInêsines.vilela.2013@novasbe.ptPortugalUniversidade Nova de LisboaPreventing Violent Islamic Radicalization: Behavioral Evidence from Northern MozambiqueAbstract
HermosoReubenrhermoso@devtechsys.comUnited States of AmericaDevTech Systems, Inc.East Africa Collective Impact Evaluation of Countering Violent Extremism ProgramsAbstract
KevaneMichaelmkevane@scu.eduUnited StatesSanta Clara UniversityEthnicity, public goods, and elections in Burkina Faso: Insights for the jihadist insurgency of 2016-19?Abstract
LeeYeyoungyeyoung.lee@snu.ac.krUnited StatesSeoul National UniversityEmpowering Women Mitigates the Effect of Climate Shocks on Gender-Based ViolenceAbstract
FuXiaolanxiaolan.fu@qeh.ox.ac.ukUnited KingdomUniversity Of OxfordDigital Based Technology Development In ChinaAbstract
ZhangJingj.zhang@nottingham.ac.ukUnited KingdomUniversity of NottinghamCapabilities, Incentives, Institutions and National Innovation Performance: A Cross-Country StudyAbstract
StuchiSilviasilviastuchi@usp.brBrazilUniversity of Sao PauloSustainable urban mobility and active transport: Experiences of public services innovation in the city of Sao PauloAbstract
BurlesonGracegburl@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganIncorporating Rapid Ethnography into Engineering Design: A Field Study of a Water Treatment System in UgandaAbstract
StockRyanrystock@nmu.eduUnited StatesNorthern Michigan UniversityOn the antinomies of solar parks: Evidence from IndiaAbstract
VyasSangitasangita.vyas@utexas.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Texas at AustinSwitching to exclusive LPG use: Evidence from a panel survey in four north Indian statesAbstract
KumarPraveenpraveen.kumar@bc.eduUnited StatesBoston CollegeDeterminants of adoption and sustained use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in rural IndiaAbstract
ChakrabortyShouvikshouvik@umass.eduUnited StatesPERI, UMASS-AMHERSTSustainable Development and the Right to Energy in IndiaAbstract
MaitiSanjitsmaiti@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganChanging Livestock Biodiversity: A Viable Adaptation Strategy for Climate Sensitive Indian Sundarbans ?!Abstract
YogyaYaminiyyogya@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityTowards a Conceptualization of Adaptive Capacity and Poverty Traps: Early evidence from Uttarakhand, North India Abstract
RahmanSyed Mahbuburrahman_s_m@yahoo.comBangladeshAmerican International University-BangladeshRevisiting the concept of adaptation co-benefitAbstract
SharmaUpasnaupasna@iitd.ac.inIndiaIndian Institute of Technology DelhiValue of information in enhancing adaptive capacity of farmers to climate risk: Evidence from Haryana, IndiaAbstract
DimovaRalitzaRalitza.Dimova@manchester.ac.ukUnited KingdomManchester UniversityCrop Choice, Drought and Gender: New Insights from Smallholders’ Response to Weather Shocks in UgandaAbstract
LiuYanyany.liu@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research InstituteLand Plot Size, Machine Use and Agricultural Intensification in ChinaAbstract
OpondoFlorenceopondoflorence@gmail.comSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaDrivers of cassava value chain for commercialization of cassava. Systematic review of the Kenya and Nigeria cases.Abstract
OsbahrHennyh.osbahr@reading.ac.ukUnited KingdomUniversity of ReadingZero Budget Natural Farming in Andhra Pradesh: Developing the evidence baseAbstract
WalkerGradyg.walker@reading.ac.ukUnited KingdomUniversity of ReadingZero Budget Natural Farming in Andhra Pradesh: Developing the evidence baseAbstract
JamkarVishaljamka003@umn.eduUnited StatesUNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTAFacilitating Factors and Constraints to Replication of Successful Community Forestry EffortsAbstract
HannahCorrieCorrieHannah44@gmail.comUnited StatesUniversity of ArizonaA Meta-Analysis of Water Resource Governance and Irrigation Sector Decentralization in AfricaAbstract
MogomotsiPatricia Kefilwefinkymadigele@gmail.comBotswanaOkavango Research Institute, University of BotswanaSustainability of fisheries management at Lake Ngami, BotswanaAbstract
MbihRichardram6096@psu.eduUnited StatesPenn State UniversityEffects of Agricultural Innovation in the Upper Noun Valley, Northwest CameroonAbstract
RaySrabashisrabashi@gmail.comUnited StatesOregon State UniversityDoes agricultural input use impact household food security? Evidence from TanzaniaAbstract
SarrMaremare.sarr@psu.eduUnited StatesPenn State UniversityClimate change perception and system of rice intensification (SRI) in TanzaniaAbstract
ChagwizaClariettacchags@gmail.comSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaDeterminants of technology adoption and use intensity among dairy farmers in EthiopiaAbstract
CantetNataliacantet2@illinois.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Illinois at Urbana ChampaignWelfare Effects of a Non-contributory Old Age Pension: Experimental Evidence for Ekiti State in NigeriaAbstract
HendersonHeathheath.henderson@drake.eduUnited StatesDrake UniversityCash and capabilitiesAbstract
GhoraiMoumitamoumita.ghorai@wmich.eduUnited StatesWestern Michigan UniversityPublic works program, drought and health : A case study of IndiaAbstract
Ponce San RomanCarmencponce@grade.org.pePeruGRADE / York UniversityReshaping the gender gap in child time use: unintended effects of a project expanding economic opportunities in the Peruvian AndesAbstract
BarrigaAliciaalicia.barriga@uconn.eduUnited StatesUniversity of ConnecticutThe effects of Protected Areas enactment on malaria incidence in the Brazilian AmazonAbstract
Lopez FeldmanAlejandrolopezfeldman@gmail.comMexicoCIDE/ITESMSubjective wellbeing and natural protected areas in MexicoAbstract
MitevaDanielamiteva.2@osu.eduUnited StatesThe Ohio State UniversityThe importance of context in shaping the effectiveness of sustainability interventions: Evidence from IndonesiaAbstract
NillasithanukrohSongkhunsongkhun.nillasithanukroh@duke.eduUnited StatesDuke UniversityScaling back wildlife trade in the Mekong: A look into the farmer loopholeAbstract
BellAndrewab6176@nyu.eduUnited StatesNew York UniversityA systems-theory approach to redesigning PES programs in agricultureAbstract
RudolfKatrinkatrin.rudolf@agr.uni-goettingen.deGermanyUniversity of GoettingenAchieving a suitable landscape pattern for biodiversity conservation through payments for ecosystem services – Evidence from a framed field experiment with oil palm farmers in IndonesiaAbstract
CostedoatSebastienscostedoat@conservation.orgUnited StatesConservation InternationalAdditionality from Payment for Ecosystem Services in Alto Mayo Protected ForestAbstract
ErbaughJamesj.t.erbaugh@dartmouth.eduUnited StatesDartmouth CollegeWhen Conservation Payments Don’t Pay: The Conservation Legacy of Community Conservation Payments in Indonesia’s Largest Integrated Conservation and Development ProjectAbstract
MedinaCarloscmedindu@gmail.comColombiaBanco de la República de ColombiaThe Effects of Transfers of Royalties to Subnational Governments on Local Formal Employment in ColombiaAbstract
RyanMichael P.ryanmp@georgetown.eduUnited StatesGeorgetown UniversityDevelopment Assistance Public-Private Network Governance for Intractable Social Problems in Undeveloped Countries: HIV Prevention and AIDS Treatment in Uganda Abstract
MasonGerigeri@spu.eduUnited StatesSeattle Pacific UniversityFinancing the SDGs: Is AID spending contributing to achieving the SDGs?Abstract
NguyenHauhcnguy11@spu.eduUnited StatesSeattle Pacific UniversityFinancing the SDGs: Is AID spending contributing to achieving the SDGsAbstract
DadzieRichardrdadzie@spu.eduUnited StatesSeattle Pacific UniversityFinancing the SDGs: Is AID spending contributing to achieving the SDGsAbstract
Hernandez-De-BenitoMariamh1543@georgetown.eduUnited StatesGeorgetown UniversityViolent Crime and Intrahousehold Bargaining. The Mexican Drug WarAbstract
AdelajaAdesojiadelaja@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityAgricultural Land Use Effects of TerrorismAbstract
GoyetteJonathanjonathan.goyette@usherbrooke.caCanadaUniversité de SherbrookeCivil armed conflicts: the impact of the interaction between climate change and agricultural potentialAbstract
ShehuMuazumuazusu@gmail.comNigeriaGombe State UniversityHumanitarian Crisis and Sustainable Development: Perspectives and Preferences of Internally Displaced Persons in North-eastern NigeriaAbstract
AndersonPatricepatriceanthone.anderson@wmich.eduUnited StatesWestern Michigan UniversityTeacher Coaching and High School Performance: Evidence from a Math Specialist InterventionAbstract
IslamMd Ohiulmdohiul.islam@wmich.eduUnited StatesWestern Michigan UniversityEncouragement from Teachers and Student OutcomesAbstract
NguyenAnngth.hoai.an@gmail.comFranceUniversity of Paris 8 and IPAG Business SchoolEarlier Preschool Education for Better Skills? Evidence from Double Machine Learning ApproachAbstract
KarachiwallaNaureenN.Karachiwalla@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)Promotion Incentives for Public BureaucratsAbstract
RaySudattasudatta.ray@stanford.eduUnited StatesStanford UniversityThe Evolving Role of Rural Electrification in Indian AgricultureAbstract
KittnerNoahnkittner@ethz.chSwitzerlandETH ZürichTransitioning to clean energy systems in KosovoAbstract
BarrieJohnjohn@apptechdesign.orgGuatemalaThe Appropriate Technology CollaborativeMayan Power and LightAbstract
UsmaniFarazfaraz.usmani@cornell.eduUnited StatesCornell UniversityNGOs and the effectiveness of interventionsAbstract
FischerAlexandra Paigeapfisch@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Michigan (Ann Arbor)Fostering Health Forests and Communities through Collective Action on Landscape ManagementAbstract
GrazianoMarcellograzi1m@cmich.eduUnited StatesCentral Michigan UniversityBuilding new institutions for preserving knowledge and reducing conflicts in Coastal Regions: the experience of Ocean EnergyAbstract
PatnaikPratyusnapratyusna.nird@gov.inIndiaNational Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati RajAchieving Sustainable Development Goals through Local Government Institutions: Empirical Evidences from Democratic Decentralisation in IndiaAbstract
FatehiYaqutayaquta@umich.eduUnited StatesWilliam Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan (WDI)Tracking and improving progress to sustainable development with the private sectorAbstract
Van ZantenJan Antonvanzanten@rsm.nlNetherlandsErasmus University Rotterdam (RSM)The Nexus between Economic Activities, Corporate Strategies, and Sustainable Development GoalsAbstract
DokhoKeithkdokho@worldvision.orgUnited StatesWorld VisionLeveraging Private Sector Resources For Development ImpactAbstract
Jue-RajasinghDianadjuerjs@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganMarket-Based Approaches to Sustainable Development: Learning from Efforts in Clean CookingAbstract
NegiDigvijay Singhdigvijay@igidr.ac.inIndiaIndira Gandhi Institute of Development ResearchIrrigation, Rainfall Shocks and Child Mortality in India: Reassessing the health impacts of the Green RevolutionAbstract
CharlesAkezaakeza.charles@hotmail.comChinaXiamen University/ Ministry of Finance (Grenada)A Feasibility Assessment of Drip Irrigation: Evidence from GrenadaAbstract
ParajuliJagadishjagadish.parajuli@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityImpact of climate and other changes on the governance of small irrigation systems in NepalAbstract
VossRachelrvoss@ucsc.eduUnited StatesUniversity of California, Santa CruzBuilding resilient farmer livelihoods in a changing SahelAbstract
GyapongAdwoaaygyapong@gmail.comNetherlandsErasmus University Rotterdam, ISSThe Labour of Large-Scale Agricultural Land Investments: Whither Regulations?Abstract
SullivanJonathanjonsull@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Michigan - School for Environment & SustainabilityAgricultural Transitions: Direct and Indirect Land-Use Change Pathways of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions in TanzaniaAbstract
FonjongLotsmartflotsmart@gmail.comCameroonUniversity of BueaThreats to local food security in sub-Saharan Africa: interrogating the impact of large-scale land acquisitions on women’s contribution to food production in CameroonAbstract
Nkansah-DwamenaErnesternest.nd@gmail.comUnited StatesSUNY College of Environmental Science and ForestryReframing the debate on how large-scale land acquisition (LaSLA) affects local livelihoods in TanzaniaAbstract
SwindleJeffreyjswindle@umich.eduUnited States of AmericaUniversity of MichiganForeign Aid, Local Activism, and Attitudes toward Violence against WomenAbstract
ShonchoyAbuparves.shonchoy@gmail.comUnited StatesFlorida International UniversityIllusion of Gender Parity in Education: Intrahousehold Resource Allocation in BangladeshAbstract
Treviño PeñaMelvatrevino@uri.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Rhode IslandGendered impacts from shrimp aquaculture development in southern Esmeraldas province, EcuadorAbstract
DangHai-Anhhdang@worldbank.orgUnited StatesWorld BankWelfare dynamics in India over a quarter century: Poverty, vulnerability, and mobility, 1987–2012Abstract
YasarMahmutmyasar@uta.eduUnited StatesThe University of Texas at Arlington, Emory UniversityInternational Linkages and Female Share of Total Employment: Evidence from Plant-Level Panel DataAbstract
KreschEvanekresch@oberlin.eduUnited StatesOberlin CollegePolitical Determinants of Public Service Investments: Evidence from Brazilian ElectionsAbstract
ZarychtaAlanazarychta@uchicago.eduUnited StatesUniversity of ChicagoElectoral Competition and Decentralized Delivery of Social Services: Evidence from the Honduran Health SectorAbstract
FedderkeJohannesjwf15@psu.eduUnited StatesPennsylvania State UniversityNonlinear Voting Outcomes: Evidence from South African Voting Behaviour in the 2009 National ElectionAbstract
FlifliVincentflivinciano@yahoo.frNigeriaFederal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB)Upgrading warehouse financing system for sustainable small-scale agriculture: a discrete choice experiment approach for rice farmers in the Benin Republic.Abstract
LabyPatricklabypatrick@gmail.comMadagascarESSA - Forestry and Environment, University of AntananarivoFarming and landscape change in Northeastern Madagascar : cash crop prices impact on young farmer’s farming behavior.Abstract
RutsaertPieterp.rutsaert@cgiar.orgKenyaCIMMYTSticking with old maize seed: Role of agro-dealers in driving variety turnover in KenyaAbstract
GuerreroIsabelguerreri@oregonstate.eduUSA / PeruOregon State University & Universidad del PacificoAssessing Conservation Efforts: An Agricultural Household Model for Agrobiodiversity Conservation in An Andean LandscapeAbstract
LutherZachlutherza@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityWhat Incentives Are Needed to Encourage Farmers to Plant Biodiversity-Promoting Prairie Strips?Abstract
PelletierJohannejohannepelletier@gmail.comUnited StatesCornell UniversityDoes the use of modern agricultural inputs by smallholder farmers reduce deforestation? A case study for Zambia.Abstract
ReynoldsTravistwreynol@uvm.eduUnited StatesUniversity of VermontMissing the Trees for the Forest: Woody Species Diversity among Dispersed Trees in Farmland Surrounding Sacred Natural Sites in Northern EthiopiaAbstract
KoehlerJohannajohanna.koehler@ouce.ox.ac.ukUnited KingdomUniversity of OxfordInstitutional pluralism and water user behaviour in rural AfricaAbstract
KozanayiWitnesswitykozi@gmail.comSouth AfricaUniversity of Cape Town Interrogating the livelihood outcomes of the interplay between customary and statutory forms of governance - The case of commercial baobab use in ZimbabweAbstract
LopezMaria Claudiamlopez@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversitySuccess and failure in governance of the Flint, Michigan Food SystemAbstract
NandiAnulekhaanulekha@defindia.orgIndiaDigital Empowerment Foundation (DEF)Building participatory institutions for public service delivery through access to information in rural India – Lessons from DEF’s SoochnaSeva and SoochnaPreneur modelAbstract
HubertNicolasnhube011@uottawa.caCanadaUniversity of OttawaHow environmental regulations may lead to conflictual situations?Abstract
Martinez PalomaresJorge Carlosjcmartinezpalomares@hotmail.comUnited StatesTexas A&M UniversityDoes Benevolence Reduce Crime? The impact of humanitarian interventions on crime and violence in Northern MexicoAbstract
SulimanOsmanosman.suliman@millersville.eduUnited StatesMillersville University of PennsylvaniaThe Darfur Conflict: Geography or Institutions?Abstract
KimTaekyoonoxonian07@snu.ac.krSouth KoreaGraduate School of International Studies, Seoul National UniversityInvesting In Peace For The Korean Peninsula: In Search of Peace Conditionality and Aid HarmonizationAbstract
MayerMatthiasmatthias.mayer@wiwi.uni-marburg.deGermanyUniversity of MarburgShould I stay or should I go? A Behavioral Framework for Migration and AdaptationAbstract
HawesJasonjkhawes@umich.eduUnited States of AmericaUniversity of MichiganTradeoffs in Adaptation Decision Making: Testing a new analytical lens in the Eastern Snake Plain of IdahoAbstract
IslamMohammadmnislam@grenfell.mun.caCanadaMemorial University of Newfoundland, Grenfell CampusHow Do Vulnerable Population Innovate Adjustments to The Impacts of Floodplain Sedimentation in Bangladesh? A Local PerspectiveAbstract
NixonBeccanixon17@purdue.eduUnited StatesPurdue UniversityThe role of values and tradeoff reasoning in adaptation decision making along the Swat and Kabul rivers of PakistanAbstract
Guilherme De MouraLucasmoura.lucas@ufabc.edu.brBrazilFederal University of ABCTransmission Channels of Financial Literacy: The Role of Parents and SchoolAbstract
Rezzieri MarcheziniBeatrizbia_marchezini@hotmail.comUnited StatesUniversidade Federal do ABCSaved by the bell? Schooling effects on crime against womenAbstract
BaulTushitbaul@gmail.comUnited StatesUniversity of Notre DameBehavioral change communication program and its impact on child laborAbstract
ChuKevinkwkchu@ouhk.edu.hkHong Kong SAR, ChinaThe Open University of Hong KongCompensatory or Complementary? An Exploratory Study on How the Government and Business Efficacies Interact with Young People’s Pro-environmental IntentionAbstract
LeoneTharcisiotharcisio.leone@giga-hamburg.deGermanyGIGA German Institute of Global and Area StudiesThe geography of intergenerational mobility: Evidence of educational persistence and the "Great Gatsby Curve" in Brazil.Abstract
BrownMollymbrown52@umd.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MarylandClimate and Conflict Drivers of Acute Malnutrition Outcomes in ChildrenAbstract
SalmLeahl.salm@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research InstituteAn exploration of how the impacts of climate change interact with forms of inequity and risk to produce or exacerbate adverse nutritional outcomesAbstract
BlomSylviasab433@cornell.eduUnited StatesCornell UniversityHeat Exposure and Children's Nutrition: Evidence from West AfricaAbstract
MekashaTseday Jemanehtseday.jemaneh@gmail.comDenmarkUniversity of CopenahegnIncome shocks and child malnutrition in TanzaniaAbstract
LuYujulialuyu@pku.edu.cnChinaPeking UniversityModeling Feedbacks Generated in Coupled Social-Ecological Systems: The Development of Microcredit Programs for Semiarid AreasAbstract
WarbyBrianbrian.warby@uni.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Northern IowaDo Women in Government Champion Development Friendly Regulations?Abstract
SanthirasekaramSelvarathinamselvarathnams@hotmail.comSri LankaUniversity of JaffnaRoot of Microcredit Burden of Post War Region in Sri LankaAbstract
Di MaioGiorgiogiorgio.dimaio@unimib.itItalyUniversità degli Studi di Milano-BicoccaFostering savings by commitment: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment at the Small Enterprise Foundation in South AfricaAbstract
SethiPradeeptapradeeptas07@gmail.comIndiaT A Pai Management Institute, ManipalPerils of growth, globalization and financial development on environmental sustainability: Experiences from an emerging economyAbstract
PhamVanvan_pham@baylor.eduUnited StatesBaylor UniversityDoes Globalization Improve Women’s Bargaining Outcomes in the Household?Abstract
VoThangthangvt@ueh.edu.vnVietnamUniversity of Economics---Ho Chi Minh CityDoes Globalization Improve Women’s Bargaining Outcomes in the Household?Abstract
StuchiSilviasilviastuchi@usp.brBrazilUniversity of Sao PauloSupply Chain Governance and sustainability: Challenges of private regulation in Brazilian apparel retailing sectorAbstract
ChandaRuparupa@iimb.ac.inIndiaIndian Institute of Management BangaloreTrade in Health Services and Sustainable DevelopmentAbstract
GattiNicolasgatti3@illinois.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignThe effects of market access on the “last mile” farmers in ZambiaAbstract
JainMehamehajain@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganHow much can sustainable intensification increase yields in smallholder systems?Abstract
RahmanKhandker Wahedurrahma120@umn.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MinnesotaQuantity Recommendation as a Solution to Imbalanced Fertilizer Use? A Field Experiment in BangladeshAbstract
TheriaultVeroniquetheria13@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityThe “Hectare Focus” of the Fertilizer Subsidies in MaliAbstract
ParameswaranSwarnafpm16swarnap@iima.ac.inIndiaIndian Institute of Management, AhmedabadExploring pathways for sustainable development in India through linkages between health, education and economic growth: Evidence from a panel co-integration frameworkAbstract
BiggeriMariomario.biggeri@unifi.itItaliaUniversity of Florence, Department of Economics and ManagementChina at the Crossroads: Analyzing policies and provincial performances towards the SDGsAbstract
ShuaiChenyang cyshuai@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganLinkage of Sustainable Development Goal (SGD) IndicatorsAbstract
Pardo MartinezClara Inescipmusa@yahoo.comColombiaUniversidad del RosarioAnalysis of relationship between sustainability, climate change and innovation in Colombia: An empirical approachAbstract
HornumSebastiansethor@dtu.dkDenmarkUNEP DTU PartnershipClimate Technology Transfer: Exploring the enabling frameworks for diffusion of small-scale drip irrigation systems in SSAAbstract
SarkerPradip Kumarprotikswa@gmail.comGermanyDepartment of Forest and Nature Conservation Policy, Göttingen UniversityClimate change and policy development initiatives by regional governances: A comparative study between SAARC and ASEANAbstract
IshtiaqueAsifasif.ishti69@gmail.comUnited StatesUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborHow do barriers emerge in the adaptation governance process in South Asia?: A mechanism-based analysisAbstract
RumerAnnaannarumer@uchicago.eduUnited StatesUniversity of ChicagoLocal Politics and Sustainable Development in LondonAbstract
Appiah-BoatengSabinasabinaaboateng@gmail.comGhanaStiftung Universität HildesheimFraming, Conflict, and sustainable development: The case of Agogo Farmer-Herder in GhanaAbstract
AnyameleOkechukwuokechukwu.d.anyamele@jsums.eduUnited StatesJackson State UniversityThe Impact of Boko Haram religious group Uprising and ethnic Conflict on Economic Development of Nigeria.Abstract
SongJiejie.song@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research InstituteThe Dragon’s Gift or Poison? The Localized Impact of Chinese Aid on African ConflictsAbstract
YamadaTakahirotakahiro.yamadajpn@gmail.comJapanMinistry of Finance, JapanThe long-term causal effect of U.S. bombing missions on economic development: Evidence from Ho Chi Minh Trail and Xieng Khouang province in Lao P.D.R.Abstract
YuLuyulu213@gmail.comGermanyGerman Development Institute - Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)Who is energy poor? Evidence from Qinghai ChinaAbstract
ChoudhuriPallavipchoudhuri@ncaer.orgIndiaNational Council of Applied Economic ResearchLack of Access to Clean Fuel and Piped Water and Children’s Educational Outcomes in IndiaAbstract
JaggerPamelapjagger@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganCatalyzing Energy Access Among the Ultra-Poor in MalawiAbstract
LiaoChuancliao29@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityImpact of solar energy-based development intervention program on poverty reduction: Evidence from a pilot study in Qinghai, ChinaAbstract
GarciaMaria Alejandragarci425@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityActivism, social-political conditions and social-ecological impacts of large hydroelectric dams in the Global SouthAbstract
AntolinAnaana.antolin@tufts.eduUnited StatesTufts UniversityHuman Trafficking and Fair Recruitment along the Nepal-Jordan CorridorAbstract
NguyenMymngu129@lsu.eduUnited StatesLouisiana State UniversityThe Impacts of Farmland Expropriation on Vietnam’s Rural HouseholdsAbstract
KusunoseYokoyoko.kusunose@uky.eduUnited StatesUniversity of KentuckyDoes experience with agricultural loans improve farmers' well-being?Abstract
NurmakhanovaMiramiranur@kimep.kzKazakhstanKIMEP UniversitySocial Capital and Lending Methodology in Microfinance IndustryAbstract
RussellAllisonalruss@upenn.eduUnited StatesUniversity of PennsylvaniaAncillary Employment Generation Impact of Microfinance Initiatives in KarnatakaAbstract
HandyFemidafhandy@sp2.upenn.eduUnited StatesUniversity of PennsylvaniaAncillary Employment Generation Impact of Microfinance Initiatives in KarnatakaAbstract
MakhuraMorakamoraka.makhura@up.ac.zaSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaThe Determinants Of Participation In Savings Groups Among Smallholder Farmers In Sironko District, UgandaAbstract
MinaWasseemwmina@uaeu.ac.aeUnited Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates UniversityDomestic Social Cohesion and Global Financial Inclusion: Evidence from FDI FlowsAbstract
TraniJean-Francoisjtrani@wustl.eduUnited StatesWashington University in St LouisSustainability and Development Conference Using Systems Dynamics Thinking to foster participation strengthen equity and inclusion in education in rural schools of Afghanistan and PakistanAbstract
ArmbrusterStacyecoadventurist@gmail.comUnited StatesColorado State UniversityWomen’s time use and implications for their participation in cacao value chains: Evidence from VRAEM, PeruAbstract
KoomsonIsaacikoomso2@une.edu.auUniversity of New EnglandEffect of financial inclusion on poverty and vulnerability to poverty: Evidence using a multi-dimensional measure of financial inclusionAbstract
Cuadros-MenacaAndresafcuadros@icesi.edu.coColombiaUniversidad IcesiThe Role of Remittances on Schooling: Evidence from ColombiaAbstract
ChanceJosephjosephchance13@gmail.comUnited StatesTufts UniversityLocal Wage Effects of Outmigration: Evidence from the PhilippinesAbstract
ErwinAnnaerwin9@purdue.eduUnited StatesPurdue UniversityMigration, socioecological change, and farm labor in Arequipa, PeruAbstract
GrahamChristopherchriscordellgraham@gmail.comUnited StatesUniversity of Massachusetts-Boston“Partnerships for the Goals”: The Impact of Migration-Development Networks on Sustainable Development Outcomes"Abstract
NakajimaMakisppmn@nus.edu.sgSingaporeLee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of SingaporeLong-term effect of access to sanitation on child cognitive skills in rural India and VietnamAbstract
O'GormanMelaniem.ogorman@uwinnipeg.caCanadaUniversity of WinnipegWater Infrastructure and Well-being in Canadian First Nations Communities: What Does the Data Tell Us?Abstract
SchulzeGuentherGuenther.schulze@vwl.uni-freiburg.deGermanyUniversity of FreiburgThe Growth Dividend Of Safe Water And Proper SanitationAbstract
WuJoycejoyce.wu@anu.edu.auAustraliaAustralian National University and Kansas State UniversityA Gender Analysis of the Water, Sanitation and Health Nexus through Individual Deprivation MeasureAbstract
SeriñoMoises Neilmoisesneil.serino@vsu.edu.phPhillipinesVisayas State UniversityCan Mangroves Protect Coastal Communities? The Case of Super Typhoon Haiyan in the PhilippinesAbstract
LiDayeyulidaa@163.comUnited StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonRenewable natural resource property theory and strategy: an analysis based on markets and heterogeneous individualsAbstract
Meinzen-DickRuthr.meinzen-dick@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research Institute439: Women’s Tenure Security on Collective Lands: Implications for Measurement and PolicyAbstract
GonzálezPablopgonzale@dii.uchile.clChileUniversidad de ChileOperationalising the Quality of Employment from the Perspective of the Capability Approach in South America: A Multidimensional PerspectiveAbstract
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RaghunathanKalyanik.raghunathan@cgiar.orgIndiaInternational Food Policy Research InstituteCo-ethnicity and contribution: The effect of identity on willingness to contribute to a public goodAbstract
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KhalidAhmad Mohammadkhalid.ahmadmohd@gmail.comIndiaIndian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi)State of Environment in India: A Sub-National PerspectiveAbstract
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