War and Local Collective Action in Sierra Leone: A Comment on the Use of Coefficient Stability Approaches

Research Transparency Methods in the Social Sciences – Spring 2015

This interdisciplinary methodology course introduces students to tools and resources in the conduct of transparent research within all social science fields, with specific applications to Economics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Demography. The class addresses principles, issues, and practices around research openness and integrity including: meta-analysis, multiple testing corrections, differential privacy data concerns and frontier topics and next steps in research transparency. This course is taught at the Ph.D. level.

Climate and Conflict

Electrification for ‘Under Grid’ Households in Rural Kenya

The Value of Democracy: Evidence from Road Building in Kenya

Incorporating Climate Uncertainty into Estimates of Climate Change Impacts