|Applying Wise Interventions around the World
||Dr Greg Walton and Dr Kate Orkin discuss 'wise interventions', and how social science can use this psychologically approach to understand the major problems in social life - poverty, social exclusion, child abuse, and discrimination.
||Kate Orkin, James Walsh, Greg Walton
||30 May, 2022
|Strengthening Professionalism and Accountability within the Ghana Police Service using Identity Norms and Narratives
||How do we change a corrupt norm? This project looks to address this question through a policy intervention, working with the Ghana Police Service, to try to change the behaviour of the traffic police through an innovative ethics training programme.
||Donna Harris, Oana Borcan, Bruno Schettini, Danila Serra, Henry Telli
||2 March, 2022
|Urbanisation in China and Africa
||Can Africa learn from the Chinese urbanisation project? In the next 30 years, African cities need to make zoom for roughly 500 million more citizens, roughly tripling the current urban population.
||Astrid Haas, Sebastian Kriticos, Nicolas Lippolis
||22 January, 2022
|Under the Hood: Randomised Control Trials on Distance Education During Covid-19 in Botswana
||A discussion about some of the first experimental evidence on distance education during the covid-19 pandemic in Botswana.
||Noam Angrist, Claire Cullen, Thato Letsomo, Moitshepi Matsheng
||15 December, 2021
|Asset-based Microfinance for Microenterprises in Pakistan
||Standard microcredit contracts seem to have modest if any effects on the performance of small firms and no effects on household consumption. Could we construct a better design product to improve on the standard contract?
||Faisal Bari, Kashif Malik, Pramila Krishnan, Muhammad Meki, Simon Quinn
||16 November, 2021