PEP hosts sessions in development economics during national academic events in Canada

Annual Conferences of the CEA and the SCSE

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47th Annual Conference of the Canadian Economic Association (CEA)

May 30 - June 2, 2013
HEC Montreal (Quebec), Canada

PEP session in Development Economics (Friday May 31, 2013 – 16:00)
Chair : Kevin Moran (Université Laval, Canada)

Presentations :

  • André Lemelin (PEP resource person, Canada)
    Household savings under intertemporal optimization with truncated rational expectations in a recursive dynamic CGE - abstract

  • John Cockburn (PEP executive director, Canada)
    Global extreme poverty rates for children, adults and the elderly - abstract

  • Lulit Mitik Beyene (PEP researcher, Ethiopia)
    Public investment in irrigation and training for an agriculture-led development: a CGE approach for Ethiopia - abstract

53rd Annual Convention of the Société canadienne de science économique (SCSE)

May 15-17, 2013
Hotel-Manoir  Victoria, Quebec (Quebec), Canada

PEP session in Development Economics  (Thursday May 16, 13:30)
Chair: John Cockburn (PEP executive director, Canada)

Presentations :

  • Jean-Yves Duclos (PEP program scientific support coordinator, Université Laval, Canada)
    Multidimensional poverty reduction and targeting policies
    co-authors: Luca Tiberti (PEP resource person, Université Laval, Canada) and Abdelkrim Araar (PEP resource person, Université Laval, Canada).
  • Luca Tiberti (PEP resource person, Université Laval, Canada);
    The economy-wide impacts of the South African Child Support Grant: a Micro-simulation-Computable General Equilibrium analysis
    co-authors: Hélène Maisonnave (PEP program scientific support coordinator, Université Laval, Canada), Margaret Chitiga (Human Science Research Council, South Africa), Ramos Mabugu (Financial and Fiscal Commission, South Africa), Véronique Robichaud (PEP resource person, Canada), Stewart Ngandu (Human Science Research Council, South Africa).
  • Michel-Ange Pantal (Centre de Techniques de Planification et d’Economie Appliquée, Canada);
    Analysis of the economic impact of the Mirebalais National Teaching Hospital on the Haitian economy
    co-authors: Peterson Faure (Partners in Health, USA), Jean-Gregory Jerome (Partners in Health, USA).

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