Working Group in African Political Economy
Bringing together a group of experts and practitioners in wage and price history to get critical feedback on Middle East data collection at NYUAD.
SMaPP-Global’s goals are:
Designed to provide training for social science graduate students and junior faculty in experimental methods, broadly defined (lab, field, lab-in-the-field, biological, and survey experiments will be covered); including special sessions on the issues and concerns of conducting experiments in Africa, the ME, and surrounding region.
An international forum for academic researchers who combine deep field research experience in Africa with training in political economy methods.
This conference brings leading researchers together, using new research methodologies to address an emerging priority in academic and policy-focused work on development: gender equality.
Bringing together scholars at the frontier of research in fundamental issues in microeconomics, collaborating across different spans of research in mechanism and market design. — Read more
The Social Science Division encourages collaboration across diverse fields and research fronts; each year hosting various Seminar Series, Conferences and Workshops.