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Mercado Laboral, Firms

The Impact of Virtual and Face-to-Face Peer Networks on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in 49 Countries across Africa

Diego Ubfal , Fernando Vega-Redondo, Paolo Pin, Cristiana Benedetti-Fasil, Charles Brummitt, Gaia Rubera, Drik Hovy, Tommaso Fornaciari

Researchers compared the effects of face-to-face and virtual peer interaction on the submission and quality of business proposals by individuals from 49 African countries enrolled in an online entrepreneurship course. They found that face-to-face networks and the virtual interaction of groups of entrepreneurs of the same nationality increased the submission of business proposals to a funding...

Finanzas, Crimen, violencia, y conflicto, Economía Política y Gobernabilidad

The Effects of Exposure to Financial Markets on Voter Behavior in Israel

Saumitra Jha , Moses Shayo

Researchers evaluated the impacts of increased exposure to financial markets on the political attitudes and voting preferences of voters in Israel. Results suggest that exposure to financial markets changed voters’ perception of the costs of conflict and their attitudes toward peace processes.

Educación

The Impacts of Peers on Computer Assisted Learning in China

Researchers introduced a computer-assisted learning program (CAL) to classrooms in Shaanxi Province to evaluate its impact on math test scores. The CAL program increased test scores on average and the cost of the program was halved by having two students share a computer.

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Educación

Sequencing Two Early Childhood Interventions Back-to-back in India

Orazio Attanasio, Costas Meghir , Britta Augsburg, Jere Behrman, Sally Grantham-McGregor, Pamela Jervis, Angus Phimister, Marta Rubio-Codina

Researchers are evaluating the impact of immediately following up an early childhood development intervention for one-to-three-year-old children with a second intervention for three-to-six-year-olds focusing on school readiness and cognition.

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Educación

The Impact of an Early Childhood Program on Oral Language Development in France

Marc Gurgand , Clément de Chaisemartin, Sophie Kern, Quentin Daviot

Early childhood is a critical time for cognitive, social, and physical development. Inequalities in children’s language abilities can persist, serving as important indicators for later life outcomes. Researchers in France are evaluating the effect of an early childhood program aiming to improve teacher instruction on young children’s language learning. Results are forthcoming.

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Mercado Laboral, Finanzas

The Impact of Migration Subsidies on Rural Labor Markets in Bangladesh

Mushfiq Mobarak , Agha Ali Akram, Shyamal Chowdhury

Researchers varied the proportion of travel grants offered to landless households in rural villages in Bangladesh to assess the impact of the grants on temporary migration and income during the agricultural lean season—one of the hardest economic times of the year due to drops in food affordability. Providing cash subsidies for seasonal migration not only benefited the migrants and their families...

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