Last NameFirst NameEmailCountry InstitutionTitleLink
KittnerNoahnkittner@ethz.chSwitzerlandETH ZürichHydropower threatens peace in MyanmarAbstract
PelletierJohannejohannepelletier@gmail.comUnited StatesCornell UniversityWood energy and sustainability transition in the energy sector: a case study for Zambia.
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Sullivan-WileyKirakswiley@bu.eduUnited StatesBoston UniversityReforestation intervention participation: the importance of goal-orientation and mixed methods for reforesting the Brazilian Atlantic ForestAbstract
VilpouxOliviero.vilpoux@gmail.comBrazilFederal University of Mato Grosso do Sul - UFMSWho Wants To Pay For Pantanal? Experiences Of Payment For Environmental Services In The Preservation Of A Single BiomaAbstract
DupuyLouislouis.dupuy@apesa.frFranceAPESASustainability Assessment for Structural Transformation : Paths for Climate-Compatible DevelopmentAbstract
SehrsweeneyMatthewsehrmatt@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganThe Production of Adaptive Capacity: Power and Climate Adaptation in the Rural Pacific NorthwestAbstract
Pardo MartinezClara Inescipmusa@yahoo.comColombiaUniversidad del RosarioTrends and dynamics of material flow analysis in urban context. Bogotá as case studyAbstract KingdomSIID, University of SheffieldPersistent Peasant Poverty and AssetsAbstract
SnyderKatherinekatherineasnyder@email.arizona.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Arizona"Modern" Farming And The Transformation Of Livelihoods In Rural TanzaniaAbstract
SainjooSnehalatasainjoos@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityDynamics of forest dependency in the rapidly globalizing Caribbean coastal communities of NicaraguaAbstract AfricaUniversity of Cape TownPlural governance systems and rural coastal livelihoods in South AfricaAbstract
Amarayil Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), MumbaiPreferences of Stakeholders over Sustainable Conservation of a Wetland Ecosystem: A Case of Loktak Lake in Manipur IndiaAbstract MalayaConservation Of Marine Resources And Sustainable Coastal Community DevelopmentAbstract
AggarwalRimjhimrimjhim@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityFostering Sustainability: Design Heuristics for Emergence of Effective Governance in Social-Ecological SystemsAbstract
Carr KelmanCandiceccarrkel@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State University School of SustainabilityKey Criteria For Successful Collaborative Management Of Natural Resources
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GrillosTaratgrillos@purdue.eduUnited StatesPurdue UniversityBuilding Effective Institutions for Sustainable Development: The Critical Role of Deliberative ArgumentationAbstract
Chereque LizarzaburuBruno Franciscobrunochereque@gmail.comPeruUniversidad del PacíficoInstitutional Design for Sustainable Tourism in Kiuñalla, PeruAbstract
IslamKhankhan.islam@ubc.caCanadaUniversity of British ColumbiaCommunity-Based Natural Resource Management: An Effective Tool to Reduce Poverty and Inequality?Abstract
CarpenterStefanstefcarp@iu.eduUnited StatesIndiana UniversityThe Impact of Climate Change on Community-Based Wildlife Management: A Case Study from Northwest NamibiaAbstract AfricaSTELLENBOSCH UNIVERSITYAnalyzing differing discourses in small-scale fisheries and conservation planning: Presenting case study outcomes from South AfricaAbstract
BangJamesbangjamest@sau.eduUnited StatesSt. Ambrose UniversityDo Remittances Help To Reduce Child Labor? Evidence From Punjab ProvinceAbstract
KhannaMadhulikamk1469@georgetown.eduUnited StatesGeorgetown UniversityIt’s about time: An analysis of the intra-household allocation of children’s time for three countriesAbstract KingdomDepartment of Economics, University of BirminghamChildren’s Resource Shares: Male Versus Female-Headed_x000D_ HouseholdsAbstract
ValeroMagalimvalero@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Michigan DearbornWhy has there been a fall in child labor and an increase in school attendance in Mexico?Abstract
VilelaInêsines.vilela.2013@novasbe.ptPortugalUniversidade Nova de LisboaPreventing Violent Islamic Radicalization: Behavioral Evidence from Northern MozambiqueAbstract
HermosoReubenrhermoso@devtechsys.comUnited States of AmericaDevTech Systems, Inc.East Africa Collective Impact Evaluation of Countering Violent Extremism ProgramsAbstract
KevaneMichaelmkevane@scu.eduUnited StatesSanta Clara UniversityEthnicity, public goods, and elections in Burkina Faso: Insights for the jihadist insurgency of 2016-19?Abstract StatesSeoul National UniversityEmpowering Women Mitigates the Effect of Climate Shocks on Gender-Based ViolenceAbstract KingdomUniversity Of OxfordDigital Based Technology Development In ChinaAbstract KingdomUniversity of NottinghamCapabilities, Incentives, Institutions and National Innovation Performance: A Cross-Country StudyAbstract
StuchiSilviasilviastuchi@usp.brBrazilUniversity of Sao PauloSustainable urban mobility and active transport: Experiences of public services innovation in the city of Sao PauloAbstract
BurlesonGracegburl@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganIncorporating Rapid Ethnography into Engineering Design: A Field Study of a Water Treatment System in UgandaAbstract
StockRyanrystock@nmu.eduUnited StatesNorthern Michigan UniversityOn the antinomies of solar parks: Evidence from India
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VyasSangitasangita.vyas@utexas.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Texas at AustinSwitching to exclusive LPG use: Evidence from a panel survey in four north Indian states
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KumarPraveenpraveen.kumar@bc.eduUnited StatesBoston CollegeDeterminants of adoption and sustained use of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) in rural IndiaAbstract
ChakrabortyShouvikshouvik@umass.eduUnited StatesPERI, UMASS-AMHERSTSustainable Development and the Right to Energy in India
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MaitiSanjitsmaiti@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganChanging Livestock Biodiversity: A Viable Adaptation Strategy for Climate Sensitive Indian Sundarbans ?!Abstract
YogyaYaminiyyogya@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityTowards a Conceptualization of Adaptive Capacity and Poverty Traps: Early evidence from Uttarakhand, North India
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RahmanSyed Mahbuburrahman_s_m@yahoo.comBangladeshAmerican International University-BangladeshRevisiting the concept of adaptation co-benefitAbstract Institute of Technology DelhiValue of information in enhancing adaptive capacity of farmers to climate risk: Evidence from Haryana, IndiaAbstract KingdomManchester UniversityCrop Choice, Drought and Gender: New Insights from Smallholders’ Response to Weather Shocks in UgandaAbstract
LiuYanyany.liu@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research InstituteLand Plot Size, Machine Use and Agricultural Intensification in ChinaAbstract
OpondoFlorenceopondoflorence@gmail.comSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaDrivers of cassava value chain for commercialization of cassava. Systematic review of the Kenya and Nigeria cases.Abstract KingdomUniversity of ReadingZero Budget Natural Farming in Andhra Pradesh: Developing the evidence baseAbstract KingdomUniversity of ReadingZero Budget Natural Farming in Andhra Pradesh: Developing the evidence baseAbstract
JamkarVishaljamka003@umn.eduUnited StatesUNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTAFacilitating Factors and Constraints to Replication of Successful Community Forestry EffortsAbstract
HannahCorrieCorrieHannah44@gmail.comUnited StatesUniversity of ArizonaA Meta-Analysis of Water Resource Governance and Irrigation Sector Decentralization in AfricaAbstract
MogomotsiPatricia Kefilwefinkymadigele@gmail.comBotswanaOkavango Research Institute, University of BotswanaSustainability of fisheries management at Lake Ngami, BotswanaAbstract
MbihRichardram6096@psu.eduUnited StatesPenn State UniversityEffects of Agricultural Innovation in the Upper Noun Valley, Northwest CameroonAbstract
RaySrabashisrabashi@gmail.comUnited StatesOregon State UniversityDoes agricultural input use impact household food security? Evidence from Tanzania
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SarrMaremare.sarr@psu.eduUnited StatesPenn State UniversityClimate change perception and system of rice intensification (SRI) in Tanzania
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ChagwizaClariettacchags@gmail.comSouth AfricaUniversity of PretoriaDeterminants of technology adoption and use intensity among dairy farmers in EthiopiaAbstract
CantetNataliacantet2@illinois.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Illinois at Urbana ChampaignWelfare Effects of a Non-contributory Old Age Pension: Experimental Evidence for Ekiti State in NigeriaAbstract
HendersonHeathheath.henderson@drake.eduUnited StatesDrake UniversityCash and capabilitiesAbstract
GhoraiMoumitamoumita.ghorai@wmich.eduUnited StatesWestern Michigan UniversityPublic works program, drought and health : A case study of IndiaAbstract
Ponce San / York UniversityReshaping the gender gap in child time use: unintended effects of a project expanding economic opportunities in the Peruvian AndesAbstract
BarrigaAliciaalicia.barriga@uconn.eduUnited StatesUniversity of ConnecticutThe effects of Protected Areas enactment on malaria incidence in the Brazilian AmazonAbstract
Lopez FeldmanAlejandrolopezfeldman@gmail.comMexicoCIDE/ITESMSubjective wellbeing and natural protected areas in MexicoAbstract
MitevaDanielamiteva.2@osu.eduUnited StatesThe Ohio State UniversityThe importance of context in shaping the effectiveness of sustainability interventions: Evidence from IndonesiaAbstract
NillasithanukrohSongkhunsongkhun.nillasithanukroh@duke.eduUnited StatesDuke UniversityScaling back wildlife trade in the Mekong: A look into the farmer loopholeAbstract
BellAndrewab6176@nyu.eduUnited StatesNew York UniversityA systems-theory approach to redesigning PES programs in agricultureAbstract
RudolfKatrinkatrin.rudolf@agr.uni-goettingen.deGermanyUniversity of GoettingenAchieving a suitable landscape pattern for biodiversity conservation through payments for ecosystem services – Evidence from a framed field experiment with oil palm farmers in IndonesiaAbstract
CostedoatSebastienscostedoat@conservation.orgUnited StatesConservation InternationalAdditionality from Payment for Ecosystem Services in Alto Mayo Protected ForestAbstract
ErbaughJamesj.t.erbaugh@dartmouth.eduUnited StatesDartmouth CollegeWhen Conservation Payments Don’t Pay: The Conservation Legacy of Community Conservation Payments in Indonesia’s Largest Integrated Conservation and Development ProjectAbstract
MedinaCarloscmedindu@gmail.comColombiaBanco de la República de ColombiaThe Effects of Transfers of Royalties to Subnational Governments on Local Formal Employment in ColombiaAbstract
RyanMichael P.ryanmp@georgetown.eduUnited StatesGeorgetown UniversityDevelopment Assistance Public-Private Network Governance for Intractable Social Problems in Undeveloped Countries: HIV Prevention and AIDS Treatment in Uganda Abstract
MasonGerigeri@spu.eduUnited StatesSeattle Pacific UniversityFinancing the SDGs: Is AID spending contributing to achieving the SDGs?Abstract
NguyenHauhcnguy11@spu.eduUnited StatesSeattle Pacific UniversityFinancing the SDGs: Is AID spending contributing to achieving the SDGsAbstract
DadzieRichardrdadzie@spu.eduUnited StatesSeattle Pacific UniversityFinancing the SDGs: Is AID spending contributing to achieving the SDGsAbstract
Hernandez-De-BenitoMariamh1543@georgetown.eduUnited StatesGeorgetown UniversityViolent Crime and Intrahousehold Bargaining. The Mexican Drug WarAbstract
AdelajaAdesojiadelaja@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityAgricultural Land Use Effects of TerrorismAbstract
GoyetteJonathanjonathan.goyette@usherbrooke.caCanadaUniversité de SherbrookeCivil armed conflicts: the impact of the interaction between climate change and agricultural potentialAbstract
ShehuMuazumuazusu@gmail.comNigeriaGombe State UniversityHumanitarian Crisis and Sustainable Development: Perspectives and Preferences of Internally Displaced Persons in North-eastern NigeriaAbstract
AndersonPatricepatriceanthone.anderson@wmich.eduUnited StatesWestern Michigan UniversityTeacher Coaching and High School Performance: Evidence from a Math Specialist InterventionAbstract
IslamMd Ohiulmdohiul.islam@wmich.eduUnited StatesWestern Michigan UniversityEncouragement from Teachers and Student OutcomesAbstract of Paris 8 and IPAG Business SchoolEarlier Preschool Education for Better Skills? Evidence from Double Machine Learning ApproachAbstract
KarachiwallaNaureenN.Karachiwalla@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)Promotion Incentives for Public BureaucratsAbstract
RaySudattasudatta.ray@stanford.eduUnited StatesStanford UniversityThe Evolving Role of Rural Electrification in Indian Agriculture
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KittnerNoahnkittner@ethz.chSwitzerlandETH ZürichTransitioning to clean energy systems in KosovoAbstract
BarrieJohnjohn@apptechdesign.orgGuatemalaThe Appropriate Technology CollaborativeMayan Power and LightAbstract
UsmaniFarazfaraz.usmani@cornell.eduUnited StatesCornell UniversityNGOs and the effectiveness of interventionsAbstract
FischerAlexandra Paigeapfisch@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Michigan (Ann Arbor)Fostering Health Forests and Communities through Collective Action on Landscape ManagementAbstract
GrazianoMarcellograzi1m@cmich.eduUnited StatesCentral Michigan UniversityBuilding new institutions for preserving knowledge and reducing conflicts in Coastal Regions: the experience of Ocean EnergyAbstract
PatnaikPratyusnapratyusna.nird@gov.inIndiaNational Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati RajAchieving Sustainable Development Goals through Local Government Institutions: Empirical Evidences from Democratic Decentralisation in IndiaAbstract
FatehiYaqutayaquta@umich.eduUnited StatesWilliam Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan (WDI)Tracking and improving progress to sustainable development with the private sectorAbstract
Van ZantenJan Antonvanzanten@rsm.nlNetherlandsErasmus University Rotterdam (RSM)The Nexus between Economic Activities, Corporate Strategies, and Sustainable Development GoalsAbstract
DokhoKeithkdokho@worldvision.orgUnited StatesWorld VisionLeveraging Private Sector Resources For Development ImpactAbstract
Jue-RajasinghDianadjuerjs@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganMarket-Based Approaches to Sustainable Development: Learning from Efforts in Clean CookingAbstract
NegiDigvijay Gandhi Institute of Development ResearchIrrigation, Rainfall Shocks and Child Mortality in India: Reassessing the health impacts of the Green RevolutionAbstract
CharlesAkezaakeza.charles@hotmail.comChinaXiamen University/ Ministry of Finance (Grenada)A Feasibility Assessment of Drip Irrigation: Evidence from GrenadaAbstract
ParajuliJagadishjagadish.parajuli@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityImpact of climate and other changes on the governance of small irrigation systems in NepalAbstract
VossRachelrvoss@ucsc.eduUnited StatesUniversity of California, Santa CruzBuilding resilient farmer livelihoods in a changing SahelAbstract
GyapongAdwoaaygyapong@gmail.comNetherlandsErasmus University Rotterdam, ISSThe Labour of Large-Scale Agricultural Land Investments: Whither Regulations?Abstract
SullivanJonathanjonsull@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Michigan - School for Environment & SustainabilityAgricultural Transitions: Direct and Indirect Land-Use Change Pathways of Large-Scale Land Acquisitions in TanzaniaAbstract
FonjongLotsmartflotsmart@gmail.comCameroonUniversity of BueaThreats to local food security in sub-Saharan Africa: interrogating the impact of large-scale land acquisitions on women’s contribution to food production in Cameroon
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Nkansah-DwamenaErnesternest.nd@gmail.comUnited StatesSUNY College of Environmental Science and ForestryReframing the debate on how large-scale land acquisition (LaSLA) affects local livelihoods in TanzaniaAbstract
SwindleJeffreyjswindle@umich.eduUnited States of AmericaUniversity of MichiganForeign Aid, Local Activism, and Attitudes toward Violence against WomenAbstract
ShonchoyAbuparves.shonchoy@gmail.comUnited StatesFlorida International UniversityIllusion of Gender Parity in Education: Intrahousehold Resource Allocation in BangladeshAbstract
Treviño PeñaMelvatrevino@uri.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Rhode IslandGendered impacts from shrimp aquaculture development in southern Esmeraldas province, EcuadorAbstract
DangHai-Anhhdang@worldbank.orgUnited StatesWorld BankWelfare dynamics in India over a quarter century: Poverty, vulnerability, and mobility, 1987–2012Abstract
YasarMahmutmyasar@uta.eduUnited StatesThe University of Texas at Arlington, Emory UniversityInternational Linkages and Female Share of Total Employment: Evidence from Plant-Level Panel DataAbstract
KreschEvanekresch@oberlin.eduUnited StatesOberlin CollegePolitical Determinants of Public Service Investments: Evidence from Brazilian ElectionsAbstract
ZarychtaAlanazarychta@uchicago.eduUnited StatesUniversity of ChicagoElectoral Competition and Decentralized Delivery of Social Services: Evidence from the Honduran Health SectorAbstract
FedderkeJohannesjwf15@psu.eduUnited StatesPennsylvania State UniversityNonlinear Voting Outcomes: Evidence from South African Voting Behaviour in the 2009 National ElectionAbstract
FlifliVincentflivinciano@yahoo.frNigeriaFederal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB)Upgrading warehouse financing system for sustainable small-scale agriculture: a discrete choice experiment approach for rice farmers in the Benin Republic.Abstract
LabyPatricklabypatrick@gmail.comMadagascarESSA - Forestry and Environment, University of AntananarivoFarming and landscape change in Northeastern Madagascar : cash crop prices impact on young farmer’s farming behavior.Abstract
RutsaertPieterp.rutsaert@cgiar.orgKenyaCIMMYTSticking with old maize seed: Role of agro-dealers in driving variety turnover in KenyaAbstract
GuerreroIsabelguerreri@oregonstate.eduUSA / PeruOregon State University & Universidad del PacificoAssessing Conservation Efforts: An Agricultural Household Model for Agrobiodiversity Conservation in An Andean LandscapeAbstract
LutherZachlutherza@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityWhat Incentives Are Needed to Encourage Farmers to Plant Biodiversity-Promoting Prairie Strips?Abstract
PelletierJohannejohannepelletier@gmail.comUnited StatesCornell UniversityDoes the use of modern agricultural inputs by smallholder farmers reduce deforestation? A case study for Zambia.Abstract
ReynoldsTravistwreynol@uvm.eduUnited StatesUniversity of VermontMissing the Trees for the Forest: Woody Species Diversity among Dispersed Trees in Farmland Surrounding Sacred Natural Sites in Northern EthiopiaAbstract KingdomUniversity of OxfordInstitutional pluralism and water user behaviour in rural Africa *SusDev SI*Abstract
KozanayiWitnesswitykozi@gmail.comSouth AfricaUniversity of Cape Town Interrogating the livelihood outcomes of the interplay between customary and statutory forms of governance - The case of commercial baobab use in ZimbabweAbstract
LopezMaria Claudiamlopez@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversitySuccess and failure in governance of the Flint, Michigan Food SystemAbstract
NandiAnulekhaanulekha@defindia.orgIndiaDigital Empowerment Foundation (DEF)Building participatory institutions for public service delivery through access to information in rural India – Lessons from DEF’s SoochnaSeva and SoochnaPreneur modelAbstract
HubertNicolasnhube011@uottawa.caCanadaUniversity of OttawaHow environmental regulations may lead to conflictual situations?
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Martinez PalomaresJorge Carlosjcmartinezpalomares@hotmail.comUnited StatesTexas A&M UniversityDoes Benevolence Reduce Crime? The impact of humanitarian interventions on crime and violence in Northern MexicoAbstract
SulimanOsmanosman.suliman@millersville.eduUnited StatesMillersville University of PennsylvaniaThe Darfur Conflict: Geography or Institutions?Abstract KoreaGraduate School of International Studies, Seoul National UniversityInvesting In Peace For The Korean Peninsula: In Search of Peace Conditionality and Aid HarmonizationAbstract
MayerMatthiasmatthias.mayer@wiwi.uni-marburg.deGermanyUniversity of MarburgShould I stay or should I go? A Behavioral Framework for Migration and AdaptationAbstract
HawesJasonjkhawes@umich.eduUnited States of AmericaUniversity of MichiganTradeoffs in Adaptation Decision Making: Testing a new analytical lens in the Eastern Snake Plain of IdahoAbstract
IslamMohammadmnislam@grenfell.mun.caCanadaMemorial University of Newfoundland, Grenfell CampusHow Do Vulnerable Population Innovate Adjustments to The Impacts of Floodplain Sedimentation in Bangladesh? A Local PerspectiveAbstract
NixonBeccanixon17@purdue.eduUnited StatesPurdue UniversityThe role of values and tradeoff reasoning in adaptation decision making along the Swat and Kabul rivers of PakistanAbstract
Guilherme De University of ABCTransmission Channels of Financial Literacy: The Role of Parents and SchoolAbstract
Rezzieri MarcheziniBeatrizbia_marchezini@hotmail.comUnited StatesUniversidade Federal do ABCSaved by the bell? Schooling effects on crime against womenAbstract
BaulTushitbaul@gmail.comUnited StatesUniversity of Notre DameBehavioral change communication program and its impact on child laborAbstract Kong SAR, ChinaThe Open University of Hong KongCompensatory or Complementary? An Exploratory Study on How the Government and Business Efficacies Interact with Young People’s Pro-environmental IntentionAbstract
LeoneTharcisiotharcisio.leone@giga-hamburg.deGermanyGIGA German Institute of Global and Area StudiesThe geography of intergenerational mobility: Evidence of educational persistence and the "Great Gatsby Curve" in Brazil.Abstract
BrownMollymbrown52@umd.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MarylandClimate and Conflict Drivers of Acute Malnutrition Outcomes in ChildrenAbstract
SalmLeahl.salm@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research InstituteAn exploration of how the impacts of climate change interact with forms of inequity and risk to produce or exacerbate adverse nutritional outcomesAbstract
BlomSylviasab433@cornell.eduUnited StatesCornell UniversityHeat Exposure and Children's Nutrition: Evidence from West AfricaAbstract
MekashaTseday Jemanehtseday.jemaneh@gmail.comDenmarkUniversity of CopenahegnIncome shocks and child malnutrition in TanzaniaAbstract UniversityModeling Feedbacks Generated in Coupled Social-Ecological Systems: The Development of Microcredit Programs for Semiarid Areas
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WarbyBrianbrian.warby@uni.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Northern IowaDo Women in Government Champion Development Friendly Regulations?Abstract
SanthirasekaramSelvarathinamselvarathnams@hotmail.comSri LankaUniversity of JaffnaRoot of Microcredit Burden of Post War Region in Sri LankaAbstract
Di MaioGiorgiogiorgio.dimaio@unimib.itItalyUniversità degli Studi di Milano-BicoccaFostering savings by commitment: Evidence from a quasi-natural experiment at the Small Enterprise Foundation in South AfricaAbstract
SethiPradeeptapradeeptas07@gmail.comIndiaT A Pai Management Institute, ManipalPerils of growth, globalization and financial development on environmental sustainability: Experiences from an emerging economyAbstract
PhamVanvan_pham@baylor.eduUnited StatesBaylor UniversityDoes Globalization Improve Women’s Bargaining Outcomes in the Household?Abstract of Economics---Ho Chi Minh CityDoes Globalization Improve Women’s Bargaining Outcomes in the Household?Abstract
StuchiSilviasilviastuchi@usp.brBrazilUniversity of Sao PauloSupply Chain Governance and sustainability: Challenges of private regulation in Brazilian apparel retailing sectorAbstract Institute of Management BangaloreTrade in Health Services and Sustainable DevelopmentAbstract
GattiNicolasgatti3@illinois.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignThe effects of market access on the “last mile” farmers in ZambiaAbstract
JainMehamehajain@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganHow much can sustainable intensification increase yields in smallholder systems?Abstract
RahmanKhandker Wahedurrahma120@umn.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MinnesotaQuantity Recommendation as a Solution to Imbalanced Fertilizer Use? A Field Experiment in BangladeshAbstract
TheriaultVeroniquetheria13@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityThe “Hectare Focus” of the Fertilizer Subsidies in MaliAbstract Institute of Management, AhmedabadExploring pathways for sustainable development in India through linkages between health, education and economic growth: Evidence from a panel co-integration frameworkAbstract
BiggeriMariomario.biggeri@unifi.itItaliaUniversity of Florence, Department of Economics and ManagementChina at the Crossroads: Analyzing policies and provincial performances towards the SDGsAbstract
ShuaiChenyang cyshuai@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganLinkage of Sustainable Development Goal (SGD) IndicatorsAbstract
Pardo MartinezClara Inescipmusa@yahoo.comColombiaUniversidad del RosarioAnalysis of relationship between sustainability, climate change and innovation in Colombia: An empirical approach
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HornumSebastiansethor@dtu.dkDenmarkUNEP DTU PartnershipClimate Technology Transfer: Exploring the enabling frameworks for diffusion of small-scale drip irrigation systems in SSAAbstract
SarkerPradip Kumarprotikswa@gmail.comGermanyDepartment of Forest and Nature Conservation Policy, Göttingen UniversityClimate change and policy development initiatives by regional governances: A comparative study between SAARC and ASEANAbstract
IshtiaqueAsifasif.ishti69@gmail.comUnited StatesUniversity of Michigan Ann ArborHow do barriers emerge in the adaptation governance process in South Asia?: A mechanism-based analysisAbstract
RumerAnnaannarumer@uchicago.eduUnited StatesUniversity of ChicagoLocal Politics and Sustainable Development in LondonAbstract
Appiah-BoatengSabinasabinaaboateng@gmail.comGhanaStiftung Universität HildesheimFraming, Conflict, and sustainable development: The case of Agogo Farmer-Herder in GhanaAbstract
AnyameleOkechukwuokechukwu.d.anyamele@jsums.eduUnited StatesJackson State UniversityThe Impact of Boko Haram religious group Uprising and ethnic Conflict on Economic Development of Nigeria.Abstract StatesInternational Food Policy Research InstituteThe Dragon’s Gift or Poison? The Localized Impact of Chinese Aid on African ConflictsAbstract
YamadaTakahirotakahiro.yamadajpn@gmail.comJapanMinistry of Finance, JapanThe long-term causal effect of U.S. bombing missions on economic development: Evidence from Ho Chi Minh Trail and Xieng Khouang province in Lao P.D.R.Abstract
YuLuyulu213@gmail.comGermanyGerman Development Institute - Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE)Who is energy poor? Evidence from Qinghai ChinaAbstract
ChoudhuriPallavipchoudhuri@ncaer.orgIndiaNational Council of Applied Economic ResearchLack of Access to Clean Fuel and Piped Water and Children’s Educational Outcomes in India
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JaggerPamelapjagger@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganCatalyzing Energy Access Among the Ultra-Poor in MalawiAbstract
LiaoChuancliao29@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityImpact of solar energy-based development intervention program on poverty reduction: Evidence from a pilot study in Qinghai, China
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GarciaMaria Alejandragarci425@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityActivism, social-political conditions and social-ecological impacts of large hydroelectric dams in the Global SouthAbstract
AntolinAnaana.antolin@tufts.eduUnited StatesTufts UniversityHuman Trafficking and Fair Recruitment along the Nepal-Jordan CorridorAbstract
NguyenMymngu129@lsu.eduUnited StatesLouisiana State UniversityThe Impacts of Farmland Expropriation on Vietnam’s Rural HouseholdsAbstract
KusunoseYokoyoko.kusunose@uky.eduUnited StatesUniversity of KentuckyDoes experience with agricultural loans improve farmers' well-being?Abstract
NurmakhanovaMiramiranur@kimep.kzKazakhstanKIMEP UniversitySocial Capital and Lending Methodology in Microfinance IndustryAbstract
RussellAllisonalruss@upenn.eduUnited StatesUniversity of PennsylvaniaAncillary Employment Generation Impact of Microfinance Initiatives in KarnatakaAbstract
HandyFemidafhandy@sp2.upenn.eduUnited StatesUniversity of PennsylvaniaAncillary Employment Generation Impact of Microfinance Initiatives in KarnatakaAbstract AfricaUniversity of PretoriaThe Determinants Of Participation In Savings Groups Among Smallholder Farmers In Sironko District, UgandaAbstract Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates UniversityDomestic Social Cohesion and Global Financial Inclusion: Evidence from FDI FlowsAbstract
TraniJean-Francoisjtrani@wustl.eduUnited StatesWashington University in St LouisSustainability and Development Conference Using Systems Dynamics Thinking to foster participation strengthen equity and inclusion in education in rural schools of Afghanistan and PakistanAbstract
ArmbrusterStacyecoadventurist@gmail.comUnited StatesColorado State UniversityWomen’s time use and implications for their participation in cacao value chains: Evidence from VRAEM, PeruAbstract of New EnglandEffect of financial inclusion on poverty and vulnerability to poverty: Evidence using a multi-dimensional measure of financial inclusionAbstract IcesiThe Role of Remittances on Schooling: Evidence from ColombiaAbstract
ChanceJosephjosephchance13@gmail.comUnited StatesTufts UniversityLocal Wage Effects of Outmigration: Evidence from the PhilippinesAbstract
ErwinAnnaerwin9@purdue.eduUnited StatesPurdue UniversityMigration, socioecological change, and farm labor in Arequipa, PeruAbstract
GrahamChristopherchriscordellgraham@gmail.comUnited StatesUniversity of Massachusetts-Boston“Partnerships for the Goals”: The Impact of Migration-Development Networks on Sustainable Development Outcomes"Abstract Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of SingaporeLong-term effect of access to sanitation on child cognitive skills in rural India and VietnamAbstract
O'GormanMelaniem.ogorman@uwinnipeg.caCanadaUniversity of WinnipegWater Infrastructure and Well-being in Canadian First Nations Communities: What Does the Data Tell Us?Abstract
SchulzeGuentherGuenther.schulze@vwl.uni-freiburg.deGermanyUniversity of FreiburgThe Growth Dividend Of Safe Water And Proper Sanitation *SusDev SI*Abstract National University and Kansas State UniversityA Gender Analysis of the Water, Sanitation and Health Nexus through Individual Deprivation MeasureAbstract
SeriñoMoises State UniversityCan Mangroves Protect Coastal Communities? The Case of Super Typhoon Haiyan in the PhilippinesAbstract
LiDayeyulidaa@163.comUnited StatesUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonRenewable natural resource property theory and strategy: an analysis based on markets and heterogeneous individualsAbstract
Meinzen-DickRuthr.meinzen-dick@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research Institute439: Women’s Tenure Security on Collective Lands: Implications for Measurement and PolicyAbstract
GonzálezPablopgonzale@dii.uchile.clChileUniversidad de ChileOperationalising the Quality of Employment from the Perspective of the Capability Approach in South America: A Multidimensional PerspectiveAbstract
SehnbruchKirstenksehnbruch@gmail.comUnited KingdomLondon School of EconomicsEmployment: Still a Missing Dimension in Developing CountriesAbstract
ApablazaMauriciomapablaza@udd.clChileUniversidad del Desarrollo and Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI)The Development of the Quality of the Employment in Chile over 21 years: Regional and Horizontal Inequalities and associated Policy ImplicationsAbstract United KingdomLondon School of EconomicsPrecarious Employment Conditions and Individual Savings Accounts: Lessons for other Developing Countries from ChileAbstract
ChowdhuryAnneshaannesha.chowdhury@atree.orgIndiaAshoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the EnvironmentDo Plantation Agricultural Systems Support Human Wellbeing?Abstract
SambokoPaulsambokopc@gmail.comUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityAgricultural Productivity and Rural Household Incomes: Household Survey Evidence from ZambiaAbstract
JonesAndrewjonesand@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganThe importance of fish for child nutrition in Sub-Saharan AfricaAbstract
EichlerSarahsve5208@psu.eduUnited StatesKent State UniversityRapid Appraisal of Agricultural Sustainability using a case study of Yaqui Valley, MexicoAbstract
BlackmoreIvyivyblackmore@wustl.eduUnited StatesWashington University in St LouisAn Assessment of the Livelihood Resilience of Indigenous Communities in the Andes of Ecuador and Implications for Sustainable Development InterventionsAbstract
FengXianghongxfeng@emich.eduUnited StatesEastern Michigan UniversityFrom “Community-Based” to “Government-Directed”: Community Participation and Poverty Reduction in Upper Langde Miao Village in Guizhou, ChinaAbstract
RoutSatyapriyasprss@uohyd.ernet.inIndiaUniversity of Hyderabad Sustainable Forestry through Rights-based Approach: Decentralisation, Forest Governance Reforms and Indigenous People’s Rights in IndiaAbstract
WarmelsClairec.warmels@gmail.comCanadaConcordia UniversityThe Tragedy of Our Common Oceans: The Effects of Regulation Coerciveness on the Sustainability of FisheriesAbstract
SharmaShubhechchhasharma91@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityUsing the Adaptive Cycle to understand Resilience of Agro-Pastoralist Communities to DroughtAbstract
SagynbekovaLiralira.sagynbekova@ucentralasia.orgKyrgyz RepublicUniversity of Central AsiaClimate change adaptation and the role of social capital in enhancing resilience of rural mountain communities in KyrgyzstanAbstract
GracoubClaragraucobc@msu.eduUnited StatesMichigan State UniversityResilience assessment for food systems – steps for implementationAbstract
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SenGitanjaligitan_dutta@hotmail.comIndiaShiv Nadar UniversityCan Kanyashree be a step toward more equitable development? Evidence from a Conditional Cash Transfer Scheme in IndiaAbstract
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MakinoMomoemomoema@gmail.comJapanInstitute of Developing EconomiesLabor Market Information and Parental Attitudes toward the Labor Force Participation of their Daughters: Experimental Evidence from Rural PakistanAbstract
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PugaBrunobppuga@gmail.comBrazilUFPRHow power shapes water decentralized regimes outcomes: the Sao Paulo (Brazil) water crisisAbstract
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WaskeMarlenewaske@glad.uni-hannover.deGermanyLeibniz University HannoverObesity, Socio-Economic Status, and Culture in the Island of Trinidad.Abstract
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Abstract KingdomUniversity of ManchesterWeekend farmers: a new approach to young people’s participation in Agriculture in the Sub-Saharan AfricaAbstract
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VargasMartí de PiuraEducational Aspirations And Sibling Effect Among Peruvian ChildrenAbstract
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JacksonNicolendjackso@illinois.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignProbabilistic global maps of crop-specific areas from 1961 to 2014Abstract
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NizkorodovEvgeniaenizkoro@uci.eduUnited StatesUniversity of California IrvineMeeting Sustainability Objectives through Water Sector Public-Private Partnerships: A Comparative Analysis of Four Southern California Case SitesAbstract
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SuleBalarababalaraber73@gmail.comNigeriaIbrahim Badamasi Babangida University, NigeriaPost-harvest loss and its effect on the profit margin of wholesale vegetable marketers in Abuja, NigeriaAbstract
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VilpouxOliviero.vilpoux@gmail.comBrazilCatholic University of Campo Grande – UCDBProducer Organizations and sustainability of agrarian reform in the Brazilian Midwest: much remains to be doneAbstract
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CharltonDianediane.charlton@montana.eduUnited StatesMontana State UniversityThe impact of natural disaster on women’s empowerment, aspiration, and mental health indicators: Evidence from the 2015 Nepal earthquake *SusDev SI*Abstract
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MurphyMikem.murphy@cgiar.orgUnited StatesInternational Food Policy Research InstituteLabor scarcity and women’s role in agricultural production: Evidence from Bangladesh *SusDev SI*Abstract
RaghunathanKalyanik.raghunathan@cgiar.orgIndiaInternational Food Policy Research InstituteCo-ethnicity and contribution: The effect of identity on willingness to contribute to a public goodAbstract
MusaviAzramusaviazra21@gmail.comIndiaAligarh Muslim UniversityAttitudes of pastoral communities towards conservation and alternatives to forest resources: case study from north-west Himalayas, IndiaAbstract
MozumderPallabmozumder@fiu.eduUSAFlorida International UniversityNatural Disaster and Sickness Shocks: Evidence of Informal Insurance from BangladeshAbstract
GradyChriscdgrady2@illinois.eduUnited StatesUniversity of Illinois: Urbana-ChampaignAn Information Campaign to Increase Tax Compliance in Zomba, MalawiAbstract
PereiraClaudineyClaudiney.Pereira@asu.eduUnited StatesArizona State UniversityThe Impact of the Tax System and Social Spending in Income Redistribution and Poverty Reduction in Latin AmericaAbstract
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KhalidAhmad Mohammadkhalid.ahmadmohd@gmail.comIndiaIndian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi)State of Environment in India: A Sub-National PerspectiveAbstract
ThussuMahimaar.mahima@gmail.comIndia Faculty of Architecture, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University,LucknowOptimising Mixed Land Use proportions to attain sustainability by Decision Based Modelling System-Case of an Indian Tier II metropolitan city centreAbstract
BucciarelliEdgardoedgardo.bucciarelli@unich.itItalyUniversity of Chieti-PescaraUnderstanding the Long Run Controversies between Economic Growth and Human Well-Being: Unrelated Fields or Unlikely Bedfellows?Abstract
AftabIzzaizzaaftab@gmail.comPakistanInformation Technology UniversityMapping Sustainable Development Goal Indicators for Pakistan: Way ForwardAbstract
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GurneyGeorginageorgina.gurney@gmail.comAustraliaARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook UniversityFairness and marine co-management: exploring principles of distributional equity in FijiAbstract, UKCentre for Climate Justice, Glasgow Caledonian UniversityCommunity-level resistance to climate change adaptation: Climate injustice in São Tomé and PríncipeAbstract
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HultDanielhult@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganA Theory of Market-Based SustainabilityAbstract
LottiGiuliaglotti@iadb.orgUnited StatesInter-American Development BankMobilization Effects of Multilateral Development BanksAbstract
PachecoPabloPABLO.PACHECO@WWF.ORGUnited StatesWWFProgress of private commitments to sustainability across disparate approachesAbstract
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KhanSarahskhan2@gwdg.deGermanyUniversity of GoettingenAsset ownership and female empowerment in Pakistan: Evidence from a natural experimentAbstract
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VedrinMatthewvedrin@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganApplying distribution system modeling and water quality monitoring to assess the impact of distribution system characteristics on water quality in Ann Arbor, MIAbstract
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MartinezErnestoernestom@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganWater quality monitoring and trust in the water supply system in Mexico City, MexicoAbstract
NieguitsilaAdélaïdenieguitsile@hotmail.comGabonUniversity of Science and Technology of Masuku (USTM)Establishing coordinated water quality monitoring across natural and engineered water systems in Lambarene, GabonAbstract
RaskinLutgarderaskin@umich.eduUnited StatesUniversity of MichiganChallenges and opportunities for collaboration across research and professional sectors toward sustainable clean water suppliesAbstract
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VangalVidhulaavidhulaa.vangal@gmail.comIndiaNew York UniversityReimagining Agriculture for Development with a Focus on Sustainable ProductionAbstract
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BeneChrisc.bene@cgiar.orgColombiaInternational Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)Drivers of the (un)sustainability of our food systems: a global analysisAbstract
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Abstract of Economics, Academia SinicaReducing Food Loss and Waste: a Regional Perspective from Asia-Pacific RegionAbstract
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ChenJoycechen.1276@osu.eduUnited StatesThe Ohio State UniversityIt’s Raining Babies? Flooding and Fertility Choices in BangladeshAbstract
HaileBeliyoub.haile@cgiar.ogUnited StatesIFPRIGender differences and weather-induced agricultural labor allocation: Evidence from rural TanzaniaAbstract
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HoldenSteinstein.holden@nmbu.noNorwayNorwegian University of Life SciencesTrust and Cooperation within Youth Business Groups forming Sustainable BusinessesAbstract
LiFrankourpublic@gmail.comCanadaWestern UniversityCorporate Visibility and Corporate Social ResponsibilityAbstract
PatnaikPratyusnapratyusna.nird@gov.inIndiaNational Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati RajWomen’s Participation in Institutions of Community Forestry: Does it make any Difference?Abstract
RainsEmilyemily.rains@duke.eduUnited StatesDuke UniversityWomen and work: How informal work influences political behavior and the implications for the gender participation gap in slumsAbstract
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DaigleKerrykjdaigle@uvm.eduUnited StatesUniversity of VermontReview of Strengths and Applications of the Women's Empowerment in Agriculture IndexAbstract
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