The 2007 Pacific Conference on Development Economics (PacDev) was presented by the Bay Area Development Association and held at the University of California at Davis. During the 2007 PacDev plenary session entitled Identification and the Identity of Development Economics: Non-random Thoughts on the Use of Randomized Experiments, Ted Miguel and Michael Carter discussed and debated the rise of experimental research approaches in development economics and throughout the social sciences.
Identification and the Identity of Development Economics: Non-random Thoughts on the Use of Randomized Experiments
Davis, CA, USA
March 17, 2007
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