Ted spoke as one of two keynote speakers at the SEEDEC 2016 conference hosted by the Busara Center for Behavioral Economics at the Strathmore Business School in Nairobi, Kenya.The presentation was based on his paper in the Journal of Economics Perspectives (joint with Michal Bauer, Chris Blattman, Julie Chytilova, Joe Henrich, and Tamar Mitts) that combines evidence on war's impacts over the last decade from 16 studies across over 40 countries. Ted discussed the main findings, that individual exposure to war violence tends to increase social cooperation at the local level, including community participation and prosocial behavior, and that while war has many negative legacies for individuals and societies, it appears to leave a positive legacy in terms of local cooperation and civic engagement.