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The list of all our job market posts for 2022
Richer and healthier: can cash transfers improve adolescent nutrition outcomes? Guest Post by Kritika Sen Chakraborty
Underweight, overweight, obesity
Does Democratization Produce Responsive Leaders? Evidence from Staggered Democratic Appointments in Indonesia. Guest Post by Curtis Morrill
Refugee children and schooling
Learning to Detect Fake News: A Field Experiment to Inoculate Against Misinformation in India. Guest Post by Naman Garg
Learning to Detect Fake News
social learning; technology adoption; agriculture
Unintended water pollution externalities of latrine construction in India. Guest post by Kazuki Motohashi.
There are unintended negative externalities of latrine construction due to poor treatment of fecal sludge, which can offset the direct health benefits.
By avoiding overlaps with the farming calendar, the school calendar can be used to increase school participation among those most vulnerable to missing school due to household farming demands.
What happens when we directly regulate informal labor in developing economies? Guest post by Shotaro Nakamura.
Price regulation of ridesharing apps, an informal and casual labor market, does not increase driver earnings on average or for lower earners in sectors with low entry barriers.
Should the developing world restrict trade of dirty goods to protect the environment? Evidence from import restrictions on used vehicles in China: Guest post by Hui Zhou
This is the ninth in this year’s series of posts by PhD students on the job market