“U.S. trade policy made Americans more vulnerable to the COVID-19 crisis, in terms of both their jobs and their health.”
The Pardee Center’s latest research explores conservation and coupled human and natural systems (CHANS).
Two of Professor Karra’s papers were featured in JMIR Research Protocols and the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society.
Professor Mahesh Karra presented the preliminary findings of a study on gender and mobile money in Mozambique.
New research co-authored by Mahesh Karra evaluates the intervention that sought to improve women’s access to PPFP in Tanzania.
Early results of a national web survey on COVID-19 symptoms and responses, conducted by Prof. Karra and colleagues, finds that older people in the U.S. are maintaining fewer close contacts than younger cohorts.
Several Pardee School students and faculty are amongst those at Boston University who will be receiving Spring and Summer research awards under the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).
Mahesh Karra launches a national web survey to gather information on the prevalence of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) symptoms and social distancing behavior from the general U.S. population
Perry Mehrling publishes INET Working Paper on the modern condition of financial globalization and market-based credit.
Prof. Janine Ferretti presented new research on climate change and development conducted by the Global Development Policy (GDP) Center.
The Pardee School is accepting applications for graduate and undergraduate student travel grants.
The African Studies Center recently completed a project with Mugar Library focusing on the archives of Mandinka scholars of Casamance, Senegal.
Prof. Mahesh Karra has been working on a research project in India entitled the Jaunpur Social Networks Study (JSNS).
Prof. Kaija Schilde has been awarded a Research Incubation Award (RIA) from the Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing.
Prof. Mahesh Karra presented research at a meeting of the Technical Working Group (TWG) of the Safe Motherhood Initiative in Lilongwe, Malawi.
The Summer in the Field Research fellows participate in internship opportunities and field research related to the mission of the GDP Center.
In a recent paper, Menchik undertook quantitative content analysis from election posters of over 750 Indonesian candidates from Islamic political parties.
Prof. Mahesh Karra delivered a talk entitled “The Causal Effect of Improved Access to Family Planning: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Urban Malawi.”
The GDP Center is accepting applications for the 2019 Summer in the Field Program until March 15, 2019.
Dean Adil Najam was interviewed on the state of the research ecosystem at Pakistan’s universities.