First NameLast NameEmailInstitutionCountryAbstract TitleTrackSessionAbstract
Jorge WasintonVela Alvaradojvelaunu@gmail.comUniversidad Nacional de UcayaliPerúEconomic Ecological Zoning and Land Use Planning as the basis for sustainable biodiversity use. Case study: Abujao River Basin, South Western Amazon. Ucayali regionA3Abstract National UniversityAustraliaUsing the Individual Deprivation Measure to obtain SDG gender dataA1Abstract
MatthewKleinmjklein.iic@gmail.comUniversity of WisconsinUSAAre We Making Progress in Identifying Causal Measures of Women’s Bargaining Power?A1Abstract
RahulLahotirahul.lahoti@gmail.comAzim Premji UniversityIndiaIntrahousehold Gender Asset Gap Across CountriesA1Abstract National UniversityAustraliaSampling strategies and data collection processes for gender-sensitive dataA1Abstract UniversityAustraliaChanges in Maternity Leave Coverage: Implications for Fertility, Labour Force Participation and Child MortalityA1Abstract Poverty and Human Development InitiativeUnited KingdomA Multidimensional Impact Evaluation: An Empirical Application to Progresa in MexicoA2Abstract
JamesErbaughjerbaugh@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAPoverty eradication, sustainable development, and multidimensional deprivation indicators: Deprivation and land-cover change in Indonesia (2000-2014)A2Abstract
LexiBreweralbrewer@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAMeasuring the undefinable: An urban sustainability index proposal and its application to Springfield, MissouriA2Abstract
AndreyIvanovAndrey.IVANOV@fra.europa.euEU Agency for Fundamental RightsEU, AustriaSustainable Human Development Index—a pragmatic proposal for monitoring sustainability within the affordable limitsA2Abstract
DiegoMaioranomaioranodiego@gmail.comNational University of SingaporeSingaporeMeasuring Empowerment: a new survey-based indexA2Abstract
StefanCarpenterstefcarp@iu.eduIndiana University BloomingtonUSAExamining community attitudes toward governed wildlife in Namibia’s northwest conservanciesA3Abstract
Onyinye PrinceChoko chokonyinye@gmail.comThree Rivers State UniversityUSAEffect of Kerosene and Diesel Contamination on the Hatchability of Achatina achatina EggsA3Abstract
Rica JoyFlorr.flor@irri.orgInternational Rice Research Institute / Wageningen UniversityCambodiaConvergence and divergence of Agroecology and Integrated Pest Management (IPM): Implications for further development of sustainable agriculture in CambodiaA3Abstract
JudyBoshovenjudy@fosonline.orgFoundations of SuccessUSAWhat makes conservation enterprises work: A synthesis of key conditions needed to achieve conservation with an enterprise strategyA4Abstract
Juan PabloHenao de los AndesColombiaDoes exclusion matter in conservation agreements? A case of mangrove users in the Ecuadorian coast using participatory choice experimentsA4Abstract
EduardoGarcia-Frapollieduardo@cieco.unam.mxUniversidad Nacional Autonoma de MexicoMexicoConservation conflicts in Mexican protected areas: the perspective of park rangersA4Abstract
HambuloNgomahambulo.n@gmail.comIndaba Agricultural Policy Research InstituteZambiaPay, Talk or ‘Whip’ to Conserve Forest: Framed Field Experiments in ZambiaA4Abstract
FestusAmadufamadu2011@gmail.comUniversity of IllinoisUSA Environmental sustainability and food security impacts of climate-smart agriculture investments in southern MalawiA5Abstract
IlyunKohikoh@bu.eduBoston UniversityUSAAssessment of the climate vulnerability of Brazilian coffee farmersA5Abstract
HaradLungulunguharad@gmail.comUniversity of PretoriaRepublic of South AfricaClimate Smart Agriculture technology adoption: An assessment of young farmers’ technology adoption in the Northern Province of ZambiaA5Abstract UniversityChinaDo farmers’ perceptions of temperature change affect the practice of environmentally friendly agriculture? Evidence from smallholder rubber farmers in the upper Mekong regionA5Abstract
Olayinka OladoyinAdegbiteolayinkadegbite@gmail.comDepartment of Agricultural economics, Extension and Rural Development, University of PretoriaSouth AfricaBridging the Financial Inclusion Gender Gap in Smallholder Agriculture and Nigeria: An Untapped Potential for Sustainable DevelopmentA5Abstract
EvodiaSilva Riveraesilva.rivera@gmail.comUniversity of VeracruzMéxicoA critical alternative approach to Development: Traditional Ecological Knowledge case studies from Mexico.A6Abstract
MelanieO’Gormanmelanieogorman@gmail.comUniversity of WinnipegCanadaSustainable Development in Canada’s North: Understanding Educational Achievement in Inuit NunangatA6Abstract
SarahCummingssarahcummingswork@gmail.comAthena Institute, VU University Amsterdam/Knowledge for Development PartnershipNetherlandsLinking local and global knowledge: lessons on improving the links between traditional and modern medicine in AfricaA6Abstract
BrettZeunerbzeuner@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAImpacts on Indigenous Communities from Cobalt Mining in Australia, Canada, and United States: Questioning Industry’s Declared “Conflict-Free” StatusA6Abstract
RanjulaBali SwainRanjula.Bali@hhs.seSödertörn UniversitySwedenEmployment impact of Renewable EnergyA7Abstract
ErikGrå Södertörn UniversitySwedenNudges, networks and social preferences in public goods experimentsA7Abstract
AminKarimunyoamink@gmail.comUniversity of GhanaGhanaRenewable Energy and Sustainable Development Goals in the EUA7Abstract
RanjulaBali SwainRanjula.Bali@hhs.seSödertörn UniversitySwedenSustainable Development and the Energy sector: Tradeoffs and inconsistenciesA7Abstract
JenniferBleshjblesh@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAStructuring markets for diversified agricultural ecosystemsA8Abstract
MehaJainmehajain13@gmail.comUniversity of MichiganUSAUsing Satellite Data to Identify the Causes of and Potential Solutions for Yield Gaps in IndiaA8Abstract
AndrewJonesjonesand@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSACultivating sustainable food systems: The implications of agricultural biodiversity for healthy dietsA8Abstract
LesliHoeylhoey@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAInstitutional and data limitations to operationalizing sustainable diets: The experience of Kenya and VietnamA8Abstract
ChristopherHyunchrish@berkeley.eduUniversity of California, BerkeleyUSASanitation for Low-Income Regions: A Cross-Disciplinary ReviewA9Abstract
ZacharyBurtzzburt@gmail.comColumbia UniversityUSATracking Inequity in Sanitation SystemsA9Abstract
SwatiRayasamrayasam.swati@gmail.comIndependent/UC BerkeleyUSABarriers to safe drinking water: exploring current monitoring strategiesA9Abstract
WilliamTarpehwilliam.tarpeh@gmail.comStanford UniversityUSAIncreasing sanitation access through nitrogen recovery from source-separated urine in Nairobi, KenyaA9Abstract Metropolitan UniversityU.K.Towards Theory: Tourism-Led Inclusive Growth and Local Communities.A10Abstract
AnyiWangaw2544@tc.columbia.eduColumbia UniversityUSAWillingness to Pay for Environmental Quality Improvements: Evidence from a Contingent Valuation Survey in ChinaA10Abstract
HaimantiBhattacharyahaimanti.bhattacharya@utah.eduUniversity of UtahUSAEnvironmental and socio-economic sustainability in India: Evidence from CO2 emission and economic inequality relationship.A10Abstract University of Finance and EconomicsChinaThe Poverty-Growth-Inequality Triangle: Evidence from Post-WWII AsiaA10Abstract
JohannesFedderkejwf15@psu.eduPennsylvania State UniversityUSAGrowth and Inequality: The South African Case in International Context – the central role of the labor marketA10Abstract
EricPalmerepalmer@allegheny.eduAllegheny CollegeUSAAfter aid: the rise of finance capital and the private sector in a post-assistance worldA11Abstract
SakibMahmudsmahmud@uwsuper.eduThe University of WaikatoNew ZealandAre remittances a source of finance for private adaptation strategy? Evidence from the Cyclone Sidr hit regions in southern BangladeshA11Abstract
CarlHookschooks@wustl.eduPeking UniversityChinaThe Money Behind Sustainable Urbanism: Creative Financing for Chinese Eco-CitiesA11Abstract of QueenslandAustraliaUnderstanding the Role of Impact Investment in Financing WASH OutcomesA11Abstract
PatriciaMcKaymckaypa1@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSAAligning our human capacities with the challenges we face – Diagnostic tools and skills for improved outcomesA12Abstract
NeemaKudvakudva@cornell.eduCornell UniversityUSAPedagogy for Sustainable Development at the Nilgiris Field Learning CenterA12Abstract of StellenboschSouth AfricaSocial and Financial Efficiency of Co-operative Financial Institutions: Evidence from South AfricaA12Abstract
NozomiNakajimannakajima@g.harvard.eduHarvard UniversityUSASustainability of early childhood education projectsA12Abstract
SaraLopusslopus@calpoly.eduCal Poly San Luis ObispoUSAAssortative Mating Across Africa’s Educational ExpansionA13Abstract
ChrisHewlettcehewlett@gmail.comUniversity of Maryland College ParkUSAWhat contextual factors affect the proposed outcomes of multi-stakeholder forums on land-use and/or land-use change? Results from a Realist Synthesis Review of the scholarly literatureA13Abstract
MehtabulAzammazam@okstate.eduOklahoma State UniversityUSAHousehold Income Mobility in India, 1993-2011A13Abstract African Social Policy Research InstituteSouth AfricaDo Entitlements and Relative Wages Influence Spouses’ Production Effort? Evidence from A Field Experiment in Rural Uganda.A13Abstract
MarkTesslertessler@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesAttitudes of Ordinary Citizens in the Arab World toward Islamic Interpretations Pertaining to Women: Evidence from Surveys in Fourteen Arab CountriesA13Abstract
KwabenaKrahkrah3@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUnited StateConstraints to adopting soil fertility management practices in Malawi: a choice experiment approachA14Abstract Development Institute, The University of ManchesterUnited KingdomDeterminants of improved crop varieties adoption and the role of complementary inputs: new insights from rural UgandaA14Abstract University of Agriculture and TechnologyIndiaResilient farm technologies in achieving sustainable development: Performance and adoption of SRI under multiple constraints in Odisha, IndiaA14Abstract
StephenMorgansnmorgan@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSADo different extension approaches affect smallholder farmers’ willingness-to-pay for new agricultural technologies? Experimental auction results from TanzaniaA14Abstract Observatory of Science and TechnologyColombiaThe importance of science, technology and innovation in the green growth and sustainable development goals in ColombiaA14Abstract
JordanChamberlinj.chamberlin@cgiar.orgInternational Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)KenyaDoes farm structure matter? The effects of farmland distribution patterns on rural household incomes in Tanzania.A15Abstract
YokoKusunoseyoko.kusunose@uky.eduUniversity of KentuckyUSALand Borrowing and Agricultural Productivity in Burkina FasoA15Abstract of GlasgowUKInstitutions, agricultural productivity and sustainable development: Experimental evidence from IndiaA15Abstract
FelixYeboahyeboahfe@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUnited StatesThe Intersection of youth access to land, migration and employment opportunities: Evidence from Sub-Saharan AfricaA15Abstract
AllisonHopkinshopkins@tamu.eduTexas A&M UniversityUSASustainable Development in the Yucatan, Mexico: Developing a Local Level Survey Instrument that Links across ScalesC16Abstract
Datu BuyungAgusdinatabagusdinata@hotmail.comArizona State UniversityUSACross-country comparisons of sustainable development pathway: Application of data mining methodsC16Abstract
ThomasCalvocalvo@dial.prd.frDIAL, Université Paris-DauphineFranceAre data collected by NSOs biased? A comparison of Governance, Peace and Security and Afrobarometer surveys in AfricaC16Abstract
BrentMcCuskerbrent.mccusker@mail.wvu.eduWest Virginia UniversityUSASpatial analysis of shocks to livelihood systems and their contributing factors in Niger, Uganda, Ethiopia, Malawi, and Bangladesh.C16Abstract
EstebanQuiñ University of Wisconsin-MadisonUSAAnticipatory Migration & Local Labor Responses to Rural Climate ShocksC16Abstract
SoundaryaChidambaramsc074@bucknell.eduBucknell UniversityUSAWhy do urban slums coordinate around water but not toilets? Link between the types of public service and collective action in New Delhi’s urban slumsC17Abstract
GeorginaDrewdrgeorginadrew@gmail.comUniversity of AdelaideAustraliaDrinking “Corporation” Water: Quality Politics and Urban Development in Kochi, IndiaC17Abstract
JuliaLopeslopesjulia@gmail.comRede Clima (Brazilian Global Climate Change Research Network)BrazilBuilding the 2030 Agenda from a bottom-up perspective: recognizing invisible contributions from community-based sanitation and recycling action in semiarid Brazilian climate change hotspotsC17Abstract
ByomkeshTalukderbyomkesh.talukder@gmail.comYork UniversityCanadaMeasuring Sustainability of the Bi-national Water Governance in the Great Lakes RegionC17Abstract
SebastienMarysmary@depaul.eduDePaul UniversityUSADoes food aid cause political instability in developing countries?C18Abstract
AdalbertWinklerR.Opaleva@fs.deFrankfurt School of Finance and ManagementGermanyWar Exposure and Loan Default: Evidence from KosovoC18Abstract
NaureenFatemanaureen33@yahoo.comMcGill UniversityCanadaLand title and its effect on the incidence and consequence of inter-household conflict in eastern DRCC18Abstract
KanizFatemakfatema@memphis.eduUniversity of MemphisUnited States of AmericaWomen Entrepreneurs and Their vulnerability in Informal Sector: A Study on Women Street Vendors in Dhaka cityC18Abstract
MarkBuntainebuntaine@bren.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa BarbaraUSACommunity Monitoring Does Not Activate Oversight of Revenue Sharing at Bwindi National Park, UgandaC19Abstract
BillSchultzwbs15@my.fsu.eduFlorida State UniversityUSALocal Participation and Conservation EffectivenessC19Abstract
ElenaVallinoelena.vallino@polito.itPolitecnico of TorinoItalyNGOs and participatory conservation in developing countries: why are there inefficiencies?C19Abstract
TalithaPamttukura@gmail.comMichigan State UniversityUSA/ NigeriaCOMMUNITY INTERACTIONS IN NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT A Creative Analytical Practice Ethnography of the Mambilla Montane Highland Area in NigeriaC19Abstract
Omur DamlaKuruokuru003@fiu.eduFLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITYUSATo Respond or Not to Respond? A Review of the Literature on How Public Sector Organizations Address Sea-Level Rise in the United States (U.S.)C20Abstract
AndrewJonesjonesand@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSASetting Priorities to Address the Research Gaps Between Agricultural Systems Analysis and Food Security Outcomes in Low- and Middle-income CountriesC20Abstract University of QueenslandAustraliaDesigning research for impact – A framework guiding transdisciplinary research for sustainable developmentC20Abstract
PaulHowepwhowe@hotmail.comWorld Food ProgramAfghanistanThe Humanitarian-Development-Peace Nexus: In Theory and PracticeC20Abstract
UditaSangasangaudi@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSAA simulation game-based approach to assessing food security and climate resilience among rural farmers in Southern MaliC21Abstract
SikaGbegbelegbeg.sika@cgiar.orgInternational Institute of Tropical AgricultureMalawiStrategic foresight analysis of the effects of climate change on food security in maize-based farming systems in southern AfricaC21Abstract
Md Technological University Singapore, Singapore Management UniversitySingaporeTackling Regional Climate Change Impacts and Food Security Issues: A Critical Analysis across ASEAN, PIF, and SAARCC21Abstract
AnisehBrobroa@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAClimate Change Adaptation, Food Security and Attitudes Toward Risk among Smallholder Coffee Farmers in NicaraguaC21Abstract
SydneyOluocholuochs1@montclair.eduMontclair State UniversityUSARenewable Energy Research in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Silver Bullet or Fools’ GoldC22Abstract
ShikhaLakhanpalshikha.lakhanpal@atree.orgATREE (Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment), BangaloreIndiaRivers of power, rivers of life: Collective action, Local water rights, and Small hydropower development in the Himalayas.C22Abstract
PritishBehuriapritishbehuria@gmail.comUniversity of ManchesterUnited KingdomThe Political Economy of Solar Energy Expansion in Narendra Modi’s IndiaC22Abstract of South AfricaSouth AfricaBiomass energy: renewing old paradigms and narratives in developmentC22Abstract Institute of Technology KharagpurIndiaCoping with Changing Climate: The Role of Sustainable Use and Management of Traditional Water Harvesting Systems in IndiaC23Abstract
CarloAzzarric.azzarri@cgiar.orgInternational Food Policy Research InstituteUSAClimate and Rural Poverty in Africa South of the SaharaC23Abstract
FrederickDapilahdapilafr@hu-berlin.deHumboldt UniversityGermanyDisentangling the paradox: climate change extremes as barriers to adaptation in the savanna semi-arid dry lands of northern GhanaC23Abstract
Jon EinarFlatnesflatnes.1@osu.eduThe Ohio State UniversityUSACredit access, migration, and climate change adaptation in rural BangladeshC23Abstract
Ranjay KSinghranjaysingh74@gmail.comICAR-Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal, HaryanaIndiaCo-production of sustainable knowledge with marginal communities of India to adapt to environmental stressors: Policy gaps and lessons learnt from local knowledgeC23Abstract
MeinaCaimeina.cai@uconn.eduUniversity of ConnecticutUSAPolitical Trust, Risk Preferences, and Policy Support: A Study of Land-dispossessed Farmers in ChinaC24Abstract
SadikshyaAryalaryal008@umn.eduUniversity of MinnesotaUSAShaping the Maya Economy: Human-Centered Design Approaches to Multi-Community GovernanceC24Abstract
AndreaAlvarado-Urbinaandalv@sas.upenn.eduUniversity of PennsylvaniaUSAEconomic Deprivation, Indigenous Status, and Student Performance in Latin AmericaC24Abstract University of Foreign StudiesRepublic of KoreaMake the Village Better: The Evaluation of the Saemaul Zero Hunger Communities Project in Tanzania and BangladeshC24Abstract
ElizabethAndrew-Essienliessien@yahoo.caUniversity of Calabar, CalabarNigeriaForest governance and the REDD+ program in Nigeria: Building pathway convergence to eco-livelihood transitions in the Rainforest region of Cross River StateC25Abstract
MotoeMiyamotomotoe@affrc.go.jpForestry and Forest Products Research InstituteJapanPoverty reduction saves forests sustainably: lessons for policies aimed at halting deforestationC25Abstract
SahanDissanayakesdissan2@gmail.comPortland State UniversityUSAPreferences for REDD+ Contracts and Community Managed Forestry: Evidence from Choice Experiments NepalC25Abstract
Ataharul; chowdhua@uoguelph.caUniversity of GuelphCanada“No forest, no dispute”-The rights-based approach in creating an environment for collective action: A case from Madhupur Sal forest, BangladeshC25Abstract
Juan PabloSarmientoJ.Sarmiento@cgiar.orgCenter for International Forestry ResearchPeruRights abuse allegations in the REDD+ frontier: A preliminary review and way forwardC25Abstract
Yu-ChunKaokaoyc@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSAInland fisheries—Invisible but integral to the United Nations’ sustainable development agenda for ending hunger and poverty by 2030C26Abstract
VittoriaElliottvittoriaelliottemail@gmail.comMoore Center for Science, Conservation InternationalUSAManagement and governance activities for inland fisheries help achieve targets across the SDGsC26Abstract
Abigail J.Lynchajlynch@usgs.govUSGS National Climate Adaptation Science CenterUSAInland fisheries: Examining relationships between a sustainable food system, hunger and poverty alleviation, and other targets of the SDGsC26Abstract
SuiPhangphang.6@osu.eduThe Ohio State UniversityUSAAre the Sustainable Development Goals good for inland fish and fisheries? Identifying positive synergies and threats to a globally important food system.C26Abstract
MadhulikaKhannamk1469@georgetown.eduGeorgetown UniversityUSAThe Precocious Period: Menarche and Gender Gap in School EnrollmentC27Abstract
ChandaChisenij.bolt@rug.nlLund UniversitySwedenTracing the historical roots of regional and gender inequality in education in ZambiaC27Abstract
SadiaPriyankaspriyanka@clarku.eduClark UniversityUSAFemale Politicians and Education Attainment: Evidence from State Legislative Elections in IndiaC27Abstract Institute of Management BangaloreIndiaGender Segregation in Education and Its Implications for Labour Market Outcomes: Evidence from IndiaC27Abstract
ChristopherKsollchristopher.ksoll@gmail.comMathematica Policy ResearchUSADo Mothers-In-Law Ruin Efficiency? Evidence from Rural IndiaC27Abstract
CarlyNicholscnichols@email.arizona.eduUniversity of ArizonaUSAEquity concerns in nutrition-sensitive agriculture promotion practices: A case from central IndiaC28Abstract
PatricioRiverospriveros@rimisp.orgLatin American Center for Rural Development- RIMISPChileRural territories and agricultural productivityC28Abstract
IsabelleVagneronisabelle.vagneron@cirad.frCIRADFranceUrban consumer perceptions of food in Myanmar: between tradition and modernityC28Abstract
HarrietFriedmannharriet.friedmann@utoronto.caUniversity of TorontoCanadaLand for Sustainable Food Production (SDG-2): Understanding the History of Locked-In Agricultural Policies and Urban Planning in Southern OntarioC28Abstract
NandiniDeondd208@lehigh.eduLehigh UniversityUSACorporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in India and the SDGsC29Abstract
ManognaGoparajuMANOGNA.GOPARAJU@GMAIL.COMStockholm Environment Institute, University of YorkUNITED KINGDOMCorporate Social Responsibility and the Sustainable Development Goals – The Role of the Indian Private Financial Sector.C29Abstract UniversityUnited KingdomFrom Global Goals to Corporate Sustainability Action – an organizational ethnography on cross-level interactions C29Abstract of South CarolinaUSASustainable Development through Investment: Balancing Efficient and Equitable Performance in Large-Scale ProjectsC29Abstract
VivianChuvivianhy@hku.hkThe University of Hong KongHong KongBeyond commoning: building nested institutions for rural sustainabilityC30Abstract
KellyAskewkaskew@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAConserving Pastoralist Commons through Communal Titling in TanzaniaC30Abstract
JamesMcCannmccann@bu.eduBoston UniversityUSAA Fish Story: Longue Duree and Riverain Development in the Upper Nile, EthiopiaC30Abstract UniversityChinaMicrocredits increase risk of pastoralists’ livelihood in arid areasC30Abstract
EdwardBarbieredward.barbier@colostate.eduColorado State UniversityUSASustainable Development Goal Indicators: Analyzing Trade-offs and ComplementaritiesD31Abstract
Thanh-HuyenDodo.thi.thanh.huyen@undp.orgUnited Nations Development Programme in Viet NamVietnamMonitoring SDG Implementation in Viet Nam through the Viet Nam Provincial Governance and Public Administration Performance Index (PAPI)—a Citizen-Centric Measuring ToolD31Abstract
Hai-AnhDanghdang@worldbank.orgWorld BankUSATracking the (Well-Intentioned but Complex) Sustainable Development Goals: Emerging Measurement Challenges and Further ReflectionsD31Abstract
MarioBiggerimario.biggeri@unifi.itUniversity of FlorenceItalyTracking SDGs in an integrated manner: Enhancing the SDG Index to capture synergies and trade-offsD31Abstract
JaneZhaojjzhao@alumni.princeton.eduUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillUnited StatesForging resilience beyond the water lines: learning from high-frequency monitoring of water vending in KenyaD32Abstract University of SheffieldUnited KingdomThe view from above…and below: Understanding the causes of unsustainable groundwater supply in rural AfricaD32Abstract of OxfordU.K.The paradox of and progress towards rural water sustainability in AfricaD32Abstract
Raj KumarG.C.rajgc@vt.eduSchool of Public and International Affairs, Virginia TechUSAThe Productive use of gravity fed Piped Rural Water Systems in NepalD32Abstract
SarahDickersonsarah.dickerson1@gmail.comUniversity of MarylandUSAMaternal Psychological Well-being and Offspring’s Outcomes in Peru: A Quantitative AnalysisD33Abstract
StephenKosackskosack@uw.eduUniversity of WashingtonUSAEncouraging ParticipationD33Abstract
LeahSquiresleahks@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesRohingya Refugee Response: Transforming Health Care in Southern BangladeshD33Abstract
MathieuSeppeymath.seppey@gmail.comInstitut de recherche en santé publique de l’Université de MontréalCanadaDeterminants of sustainability: a case study of a RBF project in Burkina FasoD33Abstract
AnilHiraahira@sfu.caSimon Fraser UniversityCanadaImproving Mining Community Benefits Through Better Monitoring and EvaluationD34Abstract
AmanLuthraaman.luthra@kzoo.eduKalamazoo CollegeUSABuilding policy coherence in sustainable development: the regulatory environment governing waste in IndiaD34Abstract
BogdanProkopovychbprokopovych@isenberg.umass.eduUniversity of Massachusetts AmherstUSACreating Markets Under Institutional Voids: The Case Of Small-Scale Renewables In TajikistanD34Abstract UniversityJapanBuilding Institutions for Sustainable Development – Complying with Environmental and Social Safeguards in Vietnam and LaosD34Abstract
PauloAlmeidapsalmeida@usp.brUniversity of São PauloBrazilSolid Waste in Town and Environmental Issues: partnership and possibilities among civil society, academia and local governmentD34Abstract
KhanIslamkhan.islam@ubc.caUniversity of British ColumbiaCanadaMicrocredit Contract Design: A Macroeconomic EvaluationD35Abstract
LeahLakdawalalkl@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSAFrom Loans to Labor: Access to Credit, Entrepreneurship, and Child LaborD35Abstract
ChristophSommerchristoph.sommer@die-gdi.deUniversity of HeidelbergGermanyUnintended consequences of microfinance: adverse effects on banks’ SME financingD35Abstract
JonathanFujonathan.fu@bf.uzh.chUniversity of ZurichSwitzerlandMind the gap: Is ability or opportunity to act the key constraint to improving financial well-being?D35Abstract of ManchesterUnited KingdomTackling the urban youth employment crisis in Tanzania: Building inclusivity or enhancing agency?D36Abstract of LagosNigeriaI am in the market’: a metaphor for settings – based approach to accelerated human development in NigeriaD36Abstract
SaiBalakrishnansbalakrishnan@gsd.harvard.eduHarvard UniversityUnited States of AmericaPolitical Land and the Sustainability of Cities: Land-based environmental and electoral politics in liberalizing IndiaD36Abstract
RegisMusavenganeregmuss2000@yahoo.comUniversity of JohannesburgSouth Africa‘Does the poor matter’ in pro-poor driven African cities? Toward progressive pro-poor tourismD36Abstract
CamilleSaint-MacarySaint-Macary@dial.prd.frIRD — French National Research Institute for DevelopmentFranceEthnicity and Risk Sharing Network Formation: Evidence from Rural VietnamD37Abstract
RuchiraBhattamishrar.bhattamishra@gmail.comIndependent researcherIndiaAn innovative food security experiment in indigenous India: Evidence from Odisha, IndiaD37Abstract
Jung EunKimjkim@hku.hkUniversity of Hong KongHong KongDon’t you remember that hot summer? Networked perceptions of climate change in NepalD37Abstract
ChidiebereOfoegbuofoegbu.c@gmail.comUniversity of Cape TownSouth AfricaNetwork Approach for Understanding Rural Farmers Access to Climate Adaptation Knowledge: Ghana Case StudyD37Abstract
CarmenPonce San for the Analysis of Development (GRADE)PeruRevisiting the determinants of non-farm income in the Peruvian Andes in a context of changing intra-seasonal climate variability and spatially widespread family networksD37Abstract
TammyLewistlewis@brooklyn.cuny.eduCUNY-Brooklyn College and the Graduate CenterUSAClimate Change, Coastal Real Estate Development, and the Reproduction of ClassD38Abstract
JakeOrganjakeorgan@unm.eduUniversity of New MexicoUnited KingdomClimate change, fertility and Sahelian demographicsD38Abstract
SamuelSellerssellers1@uw.eduUniversity of Washington, SeattleUSAClimate Change Constrains Human Fertility in IndonesiaD38Abstract
FrankWätzoldwaetzold@b-tu.deBrandenburg University of TechnologyGermanyFarmers’ preferences for good governance in implementing climate change adaptation measures: A discrete choice experiment in KenyaD38Abstract
HendrikOyehendrikloye@gmail.comUniversity of OxfordU.K.Negotiating Development: Togolese Agency in German and Chinese Development Projects and FinanceD39Abstract
Marco R.Di Tommasopllchr@unife.itUniversity of FerraraItalyIndustrialization in Southern China: achievements and limits in a sustainable development perspectiveD39Abstract of AlabamaUSAConnections between Transport Safety and Sustainable Development – Observations from India and NamibiaD39Abstract UniversityChinaChallenges for China’s Belt and Road Initiative in Indonesia and CambodiaD39Abstract
TedLawrenceted@agl-acare.orgAfrican Center for Aquatic Research and EducationUSA1. Approaching Africa’s Future Fresh Water Challenges through Capacity Building and CollaborationD40Abstract
LaurenChapmanlauren.chapman@mcgill.caMcGill UniversityCanadaEffects of Multiple Stressors on Fish and Fisheries of the Lake Victoria Basin of East AfricaD40Abstract
KevinObierokevobiero@gmail.comUniversity of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)AustriaInvesting in Knowledge Sharing and Human Capacity Development Through Education and Lifelong Learning in Fisheries and Aquaculture Sectors in Africa D40Abstract
HowardSteinhowstein@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesClimate Change, Sustainable Development and the Great Lakes of AfricaD40Abstract de Costa RicaCosta RicaEducational effects of Costa Rica-s housing subsidiesD41Abstract Institute of ManagementIndiaImpact of Use of Technology on Student Learning OutcomesD41Abstract
SamuelBrazyssamuel.brazys@ucd.ieUniversity College DublinIrelandWhich Wheel Gets the Grease? Marginalized Group Agency and District-Level Allocation of World Bank Education Aid in IndiaD41Abstract de Pesquisa Economia Aplicada (IPEA) and Fundação Getúlio Vargas Graduate School of Economics (FGV EPGE)BrazilDrought Shocks and Student Achievement in Brazilian Rural SchoolsD41Abstract
LauraZimmermannlvzimmer@uga.eduUniversity of GeorgiaUnited StatesRemember When It Rained – Schooling Responses to Shocks in IndiaD41Abstract
Rachelvon Gnechtenrachelv2@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUnited StatesNetwork analyses of household sharing in Zambian villagesD42Abstract
EyleenBarraleseyleenbarrales@gmail.comUniversidad de Santiago de ChileChileFood security as a key element for sustainable development in rural areas: the case of San Antonio De Coronados, Altiplano Potosino, MexicoD42Abstract
DougBoucherdboucher@ucsusa.org20507 Darnestown Road, Dickerson, MD 20842USAHow Global Food and Population Have Been Growing: Malthus, Percentages and the Implications for Agriculture and DevelopmentD42Abstract
SrabashiRayrays@oregonstate.eduOregon State UniversityUnited States of AmericaImpact of Agricultural Subsidies on Farm Household Food Security: The National Agricultural Input Voucher Scheme in TanzaniaD42Abstract
HemantPullabhotlapullabh2@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignUnited States of AmericaThe Impact of Agricultural Fires on Infant Mortality: Evidence from IndiaD42Abstract
JessicaZhusiyao.zhu@wisc.eduUniversity of Wisconsin – MadisonUnited States of AmericaHeterogeneous farmers’ technology adoption decisions: Good on average is not good enoughD43Abstract
AdaneTufaA.Tufa@cgiar.orgInternational Institute of Tropical AgricultureMalawiThe yield and income effects of adoption of improved soybean varieties and agronomic practices in MalawiD43Abstract
PallaviShuklapshukla3@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUSASafe and Secure: Impact of Safe Storage Technology on Food Security in IndiaD43Abstract
JusticeTamboj.tambo@cabi.orgCentre for Agriculture and Biosciences International (CABI)KenyaPlant Clinics, Farm Performance and Poverty Alleviation: Evidence from RwandaD43Abstract
EmilyConovereconover@hamilton.eduHamilton CollegeUSAThe Impact of Receiving SMS Price and Weather Information in Colombia’s Agricultural SectorD44Abstract
Seoul National UniversityRepublic of KoreaImpact of Information Accessibility on Smallholder Farmers’ Income and Productivity by season: The Case of Lao PDRD44Abstract
AparnaKrishnaapakrishna@gmail.comIndian Institute of Management BangaloreIndiaEnhancing Agricultural Productivity through Delivery of Customised Agricultural Information: Evidence from IndiaD44Abstract
GuenwooLeeleediohead@gmail.comThe University of TokyoJapanComparison of Targeting Methods for the Diffusion of Farming Practices: Evidence from Shrimp Producers in VietnamD44Abstract UniversityNew ZealandTourism development in the SIDS: Dynamic linkages, growth and SDGs in Fiji, Jamaica and MauritiusD45Abstract
MohammedDegnetmohammed.degnet@wur.nlWageningen UniversityThe NetherlandsDo locals have a say? Community participation in governance of forest plantations in Tanzania and MozambiqueD45Abstract
TinaZappiletina.zappile@stockton.eduStockton UniversityUnited StatesMobilizing the Private Sector in Tourism: A Conceptual Framework of Corporate Social Environmental Responsibility Towards Improvements in Bio-Cultural Conservation and BiocapacityD45Abstract
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JicentaFonchajacinta_foncha@yahoo.comPan African Institute for Development-West AfricaCameroonF59
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JoshuaMillerjosh.miller@northwestern.eduNorthwestern UniversityUnited States of AmericaDevelopment and Validation of an Instrument to Measure Household Water Insecurity Across Cultures: The Household Water InSecurity Experiences (HWISE) ScaleG71Abstract
Marco of OxfordUKThe End of Modern Health Policy? How the Social Science of Superbugs Challenges Medical DiscourseG72Abstract
ShruthiRameshshruthirameshganesh@gmail.comUniversity of DelhiIndiaMenstrual Hygiene Management in Poor Adolescent Girls: A Comparative Cross-Sectional Study of Chennai and DelhiG72Abstract
PatrickNdayizigamiyepatrickndayizigamiye@gmail.comUniversity of KwaZulu-NatalSouth AfricaPotential adoption of mobile health (mHealth) to enhance public healthcare services delivery in Burundi.G72Abstract
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PatrickHunnicuttpatrickhunnicutt@ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa BarbaraUnited States of AmericaMassive Citizen Reporting is Too Inconsistent and Costly to Improve Public Services: A Field Experiment and FrameworkG72Abstract
DanielLaFavedrlafave@colby.eduColby CollegeUSAThe Impacts of Improved Biomass Cookstoves on Child and Adult Health: Experimental evidence from rural EthiopiaG73Abstract
DevNathannathandev@hotmail.comMSSwaminathan Research FoundationIndiaWomen’s economic empowerment for adoption of clean cooking energyG73Abstract
AngelikaMüllerangelika.mueller@awi.uni-heidelberg.deUniversity of HeidelbergGermanyTrees and the grid – Electrification and timber consumption in NigeriaG73Abstract
LilaKhatiwadal.k.khatiwada@gmail.comInitiative for Global Development, University of Notre DameUSAHealth and time saving impact of clean cookstoves: evidence from rural UgandaG73Abstract
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MinetteNago Zeufackmnago@uni-goettingen.deUniversity of GöttingenGermanyThe role of cooperation agencies in the governance of Congo basin forests: builders or wreckers?G74Abstract
LeonardoBonilla-Mejíaleonardobonilla84@gmail.comBanco de la RepúblicaColombiaProtected Areas Under Weak Institutions: Evidence from ColombiaG74Abstract
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MatthewRetallackgraeme_auld@carleton.caCarleton UniversityCanadaDo Environmental Impact Assessments Align with Indigenous Self-Determination? A Systematic ReviewG77Abstract
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JustinMcKinleyjustin.mckinley@monash.eduMonash UniversityAustraliaHow Irrigation Subsidies May Influence the Adoption of Alternate Wetting and Drying in Vietnam’s River DeltasG78Abstract
RichardNortonrknorton@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAActs of Government and Acts of God: Using U.S. Coastal Legal Doctrines to Critique the United Nations Sustainable Development GoalsG78Abstract
JenniferMuzjseagermuz@email.gwu.eduGeorge Washington UniversityUSAThe sustainable devleopment challenge for adolescents in the Global SouthG78Abstract
TomLogantomlogan@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAUrban density’s effect on mental healthG79Abstract
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ShoheiNakamurasnakamura2@worldbank.orgWorld BankUSARecent Trends of Poverty and Urbanization in Sub-Saharan AfricaG79Abstract
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LindseyColemanm-pina@tamu.eduTexas A&M UniversityUSAThe Girl Power Project in Uganda – An evaluation of its impact at the communityG80Abstract
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JennaKurtenm-pina@tamu.eduTexas A&M UniversityUSAThe Promise and Peril of Fertility Reduction Among Indigenous PeoplesG80Abstract
RaquelArteconar_artecona@yahoo.comUnited Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the CaribbeanInternational OrganizationFinancing SDGs in Latin America and the Caribbean: the role and perspectives of Multilateral Development BanksG81Abstract
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Eun Womans UniversityRepublic of KoreaWhere is Gender in the SDGs? An Examination of Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs)G83Abstract Institute of Technology BombayIndiaWomen in Informal Labor Market: Evidence from IndiaG83Abstract
ElizabethAsieduasiedu@ku.eduUniversity of KansasUSAWomen’s Representation in Parliament, Gender Quotas and the Passing of Gender Sensitive PoliciesG83Abstract
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IhsaanBassierihsaanbassier1@gmail.comUniversity of Massachusets, AmherstUSAWhen the minimum wage increases by a lot: Evidence from South Africa’s agricultural sectorG84Abstract
PriyankaParvathiparvathi@ifgb.uni-hannover.deLeibniz Universität HannoverGermanyThe Pull towards Part-time Farming: A Micro-perspective on Rural Agricultural Transformation in Southeast AsiaG84Abstract
Marie Ndeye Anta Diop UniversitySenegalModeling the price dynamics of sheep in SenegalG84Abstract
TimothySilbergsilbergt@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSAMaize Farmer Preferences for Striga Control Practices in MalawiG84Abstract
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JohannesMöllmannjmoellm@gwdg.deGeorg-August Universität GöttingenGermanyHedging credit risk of smallholder farmers with remotely-sensed Vegetation Health IndicesG85Abstract
SandeepKandikuppaksandeep@live.unc.eduUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel HIllUSAIndebtedness and Class: A Case Study from Rural Andhra PradeshG85Abstract
JonathanDi, University of LondonUKPutting agriculture at the heart of sustainable development through the industrialization of freshnessG85Abstract
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JohnMcArthurkrasmussen@brookings.eduBrookings InstitutionUSASpotlight on outcomes: A country-level methodology for identifying which people and issues are getting left behind on the Sustainable Development GoalsH86Abstract
KristineStiphanykstiphany@utexas.eduTexas Tech UniversityUnited StatesWhat is Situated about Smart for Sustainability in the Context of Informality?H86Abstract
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PaolaVelasco of CambridgeUnited KingdomUnderstanding Acceptance of Wind Farms in Marginalised Contexts – the Case of Southern MexicoH87Abstract
AbhishekMalhotraabmalhot@ethz.chETH ZurichSwitzerlandTrade-offs and synergies in policy mixes for electricity access: The case of IndiaH87Abstract
LaurenceDelinaldelina@bu.eduBoston UniversityUSA‘Energy Use for Productive Purposes’ as Indicator for Energy Access: Lessons Learned from Thailand and the PhilippinesH87Abstract
AïchaSanouluciesanou@gmail.comCenter for Studies and Research on International Development (CERDI)/ School of Economics/ University Clermont AuvergneFranceAssessing the impacts of biofuel production on food security in developing countries: the case studies of Indonesia and MexicoH87Abstract UniversityU.K.Political Economy of Bioenergy Transitions in Developing Countries: A case study of Punjab, IndiaH87Abstract
DanielleFalzondanielle_falzon@brown.eduBrown UniversityUSAProcess over action: institutional barriers to addressing climate change under the UNFCCCH88Abstract
Anaé libre de BruxellesBelgiumAssessing the role of institutional robustness to guarantee communal farming irrigation systems sustainability during climate change Lessons learnt from an irrigation dilemma game in Northwest Argentina (Andes region)H88Abstract
JuliaLeiningerjulia.leininger@die-gdi.deGerman Development InstituteGermanyGoverning the SDGs: Drivers of institutional reformH88Abstract
YuLuyulu213@gmail.comHumboldt University of BerlinGermanyInstitutions and Retrospective Thinking: Decision-making for Climate Adaptation in Agro-pastoral ChinaH88Abstract
JuliaWondolleckjuliaw@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesSeeking synergies to advance sustainable forest governance in Eastern Europe and Russia: Insights from IUCN’s Forest Law Enforcement & Governance (FLEG) ProgrammeH89Abstract
PauloMassocapmassoca@gmail.comIndiana UniversityUSAHalting deforestation in Brazil: lessons from the ‘deforestation blacklist’H89Abstract
MiriamRomeromromero@gwdg.deUniversity of GöttingenGermanyTree planting adoption among oil palm farmers: the role of perceptions and intentionsH89Abstract
RodrigoArriagadararriagadac@uc.clPontificia Universidad Católica de ChileChileThe impact of forest conservation incentives on social and institutional outcomes in indigenous communities in EcuadorH89Abstract
MollyLipscombMolly.lipscomb@virginia.eduUniversity of VirginiaUSAProperty Rights and Deforestation: Evidence from the Terra Legal Land Reform in the Brazilian AmazonH89Abstract
ZhaoMazhaoma@purdue.eduPurdue UniversityUSAHow Formal and Informal Institutions Interact to Shape Watershed Management in the Colca Watershed of PeruH90Abstract
CorrieHannahCorrieHannah44@gmail.comUniversity of ArizonaUSAContext & Institutional Adoption: A place-based assessment of water user adoption of new Water User Associations in TajikistanH90Abstract
KaranMisquittakaranjm2@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignUSAImagined Stocks and Flows: Uncertainty, Institutions and the Politics of Groundwater Regulation in Semi-arid IndiaH90Abstract
KathrynVasilakykvasilak@calpoly.eduCal Poly, Department of EconomicsUnited StatesGroundwater Depletion in Northern India: Myself and OthersH90Abstract
CarlaGalan-Guevaracarla_galan@enesmorelia.unam.mxNational Autonomous University of MexicoMexicoThreats of a monetized global economy to indigenous livelihoods: the case of Santa Fe de la Laguna in MexicoH91Abstract of YorkUnited KingdomIndigenous peoples and renewable energy in MexicoH91Abstract
MedhaChaturvedimedha.chaturvedi@uni-heidelberg.deSouth Asia Institute, University of HeidelbergGermanyHuman and Environment Cost of Mining on Indigenous Communities in IndiaH91Abstract
EeshaniKandpalekandpal@worldbank.orgWorld BankUSASafety Nets and Natural Disaster Mitigation: Evidence from Cyclone Phailin in OdishaH92Abstract Institute of Management AhmedabadIndiaAchieving sustainable development in India along the low carbon pathways: Macroeconomic assessmentH92Abstract University of Management SciencesPakistanThe Greenness of Pakistani Cities 2004-2014: Urban Growth and Household Carbon EmissionsH92Abstract
Hirdan de São PauloBrazilThe main environmental permitting requirements on CCS activities in BrazilH92Abstract
FabianoTonifabtoni@gmail.comUniversidade de BrasíliaBrazilImpacts of Payments for Environmental Services on small landholders in the Brazilian AmazonH92Abstract
Nene OumouDiallono.diallo@usherbrooke.caUniversité de SherbrookeCanadaFinancing enterprises in the missing middle: is scaled-up microcredit the solution?H93Abstract
KylaVan Maanenk.vanmaanen@northeastern.eduNortheastern UniversityUSACoastal adaptation in developing countries: a synthesis of approaches used and contributions to UNFCCC-financed adaptation projectsH93Abstract
SabarinathKrishnansabarinathkrishnan@gmail.comUniversity of BirminghamUnited KingdomScalability of development projects: What matters?H93Abstract
SusanOstermannsosterma@nd.eduUniversity of Notre Dame, Keough School of Global AffairsUSARegulatory Pragmatism & Legal Knowledge: Fostering Compliance with Conservation Law in Areas of State WeaknessH93Abstract
Nisa VidyaYuniartinisavidyayuniarti@gmail.comLondon School of Economics and Political ScienceUnited KingdomThe Influence of Innovation Diffusion on Creative Economy (Case Study: Karinding Music Group in Bandung)H94Abstract; zhou3@binghamton.eduBinghamton UniversityUSAGrowing from Agglomeration: A Semiparametric Varying Coefficient ApproachH94Abstract
GregoryKnappgwk@utexas.eduUniversity of Texas at AustinUSASustainable Geographies: Multiple Actors and Change in the Rural Equatorial AndesH94Abstract
TiagoFerraztiago.ferraz@usp.brUniversidade de São PauloBrazilInternal Migration, Rainfall and Local Labor Markets in BrazilH94Abstract
EllenHoltmaatellen.holtmaat@graduateinstitute.chGraduate Institute of International and Development Studies, GenevaSwitzerlandThe Global Diffusion of Voluntary Environmental Programs: The Case of Chemical Industry’s Responsible Care ProgramH94Abstract
BeccaNixonnixon17@purdue.eduPurdue UniversityUSARiver-based livelihood trade-offs and the associated equity implications for sustainable development along the Swat and Kabul rivers of PakistanH95Abstract
MangalaSubramaniammangala@purdue.eduPurdue UniversityUnited StatesContesting Water RightsH95Abstract
DianaSuhardimand.suhardiman@cgiar.orgInternational Water Management InstituteLaosSpatial Politics and Local Alliances Shaping Nepal HydropowerH95Abstract University of MichiganUSAConservation Equity for Local Communities in the Process of Tourism Development in Protected Areas: A Study of Jiuzhaigou Biosphere Reserve, ChinaH95Abstract
TanimaAhmedtanima.ahmed@student.american.eduAmerican UniversityUSAThe Impact of Child Support, Foster Care and Care Dependency Grants on Time Use in South AfricaH96Abstract
BarnaliBasakbarnali_basak@yahoo.comUniversity of SussexUnited KingdomChild Quantity-Quality Trade-off Revisited: Evidence from IndiaH96Abstract
FelixMuchombafelix.muchomba@rutgers.eduRutgers, The State University of New JerseyUSAParents’ Assets and Child MarriageH96Abstract UniversitySouth AfricaWhen the results surprise us: The short and long term effect of an early childhood parenting intervention in the CaribbeanH96Abstract of NottinghamUKThe Impacts of Children on Chinese Household Asset Holdings: An Intra-household ApproachH96Abstract
MarkTesslertessler@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesReligion, Trust, and Other Determinants of Muslim Attitudes toward Gender Equality: Evidence and Insights from Fifty-Four Surveys in the Middle East and North AfricaH97Abstract
MehtabulAzammazam@okstate.eduOklahoma State UniversityUSAAre Urban-Rural Welfare Differences Growing in India?H97Abstract
JamesBangbangjamest@sau.eduSt. Ambrose UniversityUSAInternational Flows of Gender Norms: The Impact of Remittances on Women’s Acceptance of Domestic Violence in PunjabH97Abstract
SoundaryaChidambaramsc074@bucknell.eduBucknell UniversityUSAIs urban planning gender inclusive? The case of sanitation and women’ safety in IndiaH97Abstract
PeterRobertspeter.roberts@emory.eduEmory UniversityUSAAccelerating Women-Owned Businesses: Gender Matching and the Efficacy of Advisory Relationships in Entrepreneur Support ProgramsH97Abstract
DebabrataTalukdardtalukda@buffalo.eduUniversity at Buffalo, State University of New YorkUSAHow Does “Who You Are” Shape Your Household’s Decisions about Whether and How Much to Spend on Education? : Insights from a Sub-Saharan CountryH97Abstract University of Finance and EconomicsChinaInequality and the Middle Income TrapH97Abstract
Carol Maoinecmaione@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAUsing Urban Metabolism Tailor-made Method Solutions to Promote Minority Education at the Campus LevelH97Abstract of OxfordU.K.Infrastructure and the Constructive CoporationH98Abstract
RahulLahotirahul.lahoti@gmail.comAzim Premji UniversityIndiaHow Serious is the Neglect of Intra-Household Inequality in Multi-dimensional Poverty and Inequality Analyses?H98Abstract
JenniferVerriottojverriotto@mriglobal.orgMRIGlobalUSAHumanitarian Collaboration to Improve the Venezuelan Health SystemH98Abstract UniversitySouth KoreaResearch for UN 2030 Development Agenda: Understanding where We Stand for SDGs Implementation through Text Mining H98Abstract of South AfricaSouth AfricaODA and related education Sustainable Development Goal indicators: The emerging African pictureH98Abstract
MeinaCaimeina.cai@uconn.eduUniversity of ConnecticutUSALand Financing and Urbanization: How State Debts Impact Farmers in ChinaH98Abstract of AlabamaUSAPeace, Transport, and Samfunnssikkerhet – Opportunities for Crosscutting ResearchH98Abstract
ThomasJaynejayne@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSAThe Changing Face of Agriculture in Tanzania: Indicators of TransformationH99Abstract
WendongZhangwdzhang@iastate.eduIowa State UniversityUSAThe Impacts of a Chinese Nationwide Fertilizer Education Program: A Difference-in-Difference ApproachH99Abstract
DavidMurphydm283@evansville.eduUniversity of EvansvilleUSAUnderground Knowledge: Estimating the Impacts of Soil Information Transfers through Experimental AuctionsH99Abstract
HelenaWehmeyerh.wehmeyer@irri.orgInternational Rice Research Institute (IRRI), University of BaselPhilippines, SwitzerlandFarmers’ socio-economic structure in Myanmar with regard to closing rice yield gapsH99Abstract
SarahKopperskopper@povertyactionlab.orgMichigan State University/J-PALUSAFactor prices, market imperfections, and input use in Kenya: Boserup re-examinedH100Abstract
Maria del UniversityNew ZealandMicro-mills for sustainable production and women empowerment: Evidence from Costa Rica’s Tarrazu regionH100Abstract
VinishKathuriavinish.kathuria@gmail.comIndian Institute of TechnologyIndiaDistress Selling and role of agriculture supply chain – A study of horticulture crop in IndiaH100Abstract
AliciaBarrigaalicia.barriga@uconn.eduUniversity of ConnecticutUSAThe supply chain for seed in Uganda: Where does it all go wrong?H100Abstract
AliciaHarleyalicia_harley@hks.harvard.eduHarvard Kennedy School of GovernmentUSATransition pathways toward Sustainable Development: An Analytical Framework and a Case StudyI101Abstract
HeathHendersonheath.henderson@drake.eduDrake UniversityUSAEstimating Capabilities with Stochastic Frontier ModelsI101Abstract
José MaríaSarabiasarabiaj@unican.esUniversity of CantabriaSpainEstimation of income inequality from grouped dataI101Abstract
AssiaLiberatoreassia.liberatore@unich.itUniversity of Chieti-PescaraItalyThe Relationship Between Economic Growth and Human Well-being in Latin America: A Longitudinal Research Based on the Physical Quality of Life IndexI101Abstract
VanesaJordajordav@unican.esUNU-WIDERFinlandGlobal inequality: how large is the effect of top incomes?I101Abstract
ValentinaRollorollo@intracen.orgInternational Trade CentreSwitzerlandExploring firm competitiveness: a factor analysis approachI102Abstract
Anastasia-AlithiaSeferiadisanastasia.seferiadis@gmail.comLaboratoire Population Environnement Développement, Aix- Marseille Univ/IRDFranceCan we measure female social entrepreneurship performance?I102Abstract
HenriqueMaxirhenriquemaxir@usp.brUniversity of São PauloBrazilPollution and International Trade of Non-Renewable Natural Resources: an Evidence from the Gravity ModelI102Abstract
Rosa MaríaFuentes Rivasrmfuentesr@uaemex.mxUniversidad Autónoma del Estado de MéxicoMexicoThree-dimensional (3D) fluorescence spectroscopy characteristics of the dissolved organic matter in groundwater and irrigation wastewater from an agricultural region.I103Abstract IcesiColombiaRemittances, Health Insurance, and Pension Contributions: Evidence from ColombiaI103Abstract de las Fuerzas Armadas EspeEcuadorPotential solutions of the hydric need with a 3-D Fog-collector in a high andean community in Central EcuadorI103Abstract
Lutz PhilipHeckerlutzphilip.hecker@b-tu.deBrandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-SenftenbergGermanySpotlight on spatial environmental policy spillovers: An econometric analysis of wastewater treatment in Mexican municipalitiesI103Abstract
JanakJoshijoshi1jr@cmich.eduCentral Michigan UniversityUSAPolicy Effectiveness, Spatial Dependencies and Energy Market: Evidence from the Renewable Portfolio StandardI104Abstract
AnnaFalentinaanna.falentina@gmail.comAustralian National UniversityAustraliaThe impact of electricity blackouts on the performance of micro, small enterprises: Evidence from IndonesiaI104Abstract
PeterMulderp.mulder@vu.nlVrije UniversiteitNederlandOn the non-linear relationship between urbanization and energy poverty. Evidence from Mozambique.I104Abstract
ShahriarKibriyahshahriar.kibriya@gmail.comTexas A&M UniversityUSAHistorical and Geographical pathways of civil conflict in Sub-Saharan Africa: An exploration through growing season weather shock and slave tradeI105Abstract
Soazic EliseWang Sonnewangsonne@merit.unu.eduThe World Bank, UC BerkeleyUnited StatesLong-Term effects of hosting refugees on second generation health outcomes: Evidence from Tanzania I105Abstract
SantiagoSaavedrasantisaap@gmail.comUniversidad del RosarioColombiaEnd-of-war deforestation: Evidence from Colombia’s Peace DealI105Abstract
MuazuShehumuazusu@gmail.comGombe State UniversityNigeriaHumanitarian Crisis and Sustainable Development: Perspectives and Preferences of Internally Displaced Persons in North-eastern NigeriaI105Abstract
AlejandroAbarcaalejoag2@gmail.comUniversity of Costa RicaCosta RicaA farewell to arms: the long run developmental effects of Costa Rica’s army abolishmentI105Abstract
SadiaMaliksmmalik@yorku.caYork UniversityCanadaSustainable Development Goals and the Political Economy of Health Care Reform in PakistanI106Abstract
LisaRoggerogge@glad.uni-hannover.deLeibnitz University HannoverGermanyHealth Insurance Reform in Indonesia: Implications for Health Care Usage and Out-of-pocket paymentsI106Abstract
Jesse of AucklandNew ZealandCan a CDD Program Enhance Educational and Health Outcomes? Findings from a Nine-Year, Mixed-Methods Evaluation in IndonesiaI106Abstract
WafaMatariawafamataria@aucegypt.eduAmerican University in CairoEgyptFOREIGN AID and THE HEALTH SECTOR: A Case Study from the PALESTINIAN NATIONAL AUTHORITYI106Abstract
Ira IrinaDorbanddorband@mcc-berlin.netMercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate ChangeGermanyDouble progressivity of infrastructure development through carbon pricing – Insights from NigeriaI107Abstract
Gabriela-IleanaIacobutagabriela.iacobuta@die-gdi.deGerman Development Institute (DIE/GDI)GermanyThe transition towards a low-carbon economy under Agenda2030: trade-offs and synergies between achieving climate-change and SDGs targetsI107Abstract
MarkPurdonpurdon.mark@uqam.caUniversité du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)CanadaState and Carbon Market: The Political Economy of Climate Finance Effectiveness from the Kyoto through ParisI107Abstract
XunZhouxun.zhou@aalto.fiAalto University School of BusinessFinlandCausal Effect of China’s Carbon-Emissions Trading Pilots on Carbon Intensity: Evidence from the Electric Power IndustryI107Abstract University of TokyoJapanDevelopment and Subjective Well-being – A Case of Indigenous People in a Changing Environment in Lao PDR–I108Abstract
Mallapu for Economic and Social StudiesIndiaIndigenous Communities and Sustainable Development: A study of Forest Right Act – 2006 in a South Indian StateI108Abstract
Mai PhuongNguyenmaiphuong.nguyen@gmail.comWorld Agroforestry CentreViet NamOpportunities and constraints in agroforestry adoption for indigenous people in Northwest VietnamI108Abstract UniversityChinaImpact of Lesotho’s Chieftainship on Sustainable Urban Development: A Perspective of Formulation and Implementation of Urban PlanningI108Abstract
StephanieSwinehartsswinehart@fordham.eduFordham UniversityUnited States of AmericaImpact Evaluation of a Satellite-Assisted Resource Management Tool for PastoralistsI109Abstract
JacquelineCorbettjacqueline.corbett@fsa.ulaval.caUniversite LavalCanadaA Multi-disciplinary Research Agenda for CleantechI109Abstract
JonghoonParkgreenwings92@gmail.comMichigan State UniversityUSAThe range of cooling effects of small green spaces using a T-type thermocouple sensorI109Abstract
YexuanGuygu23@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignUSAUsing geodesign technologies to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): the case of flood resilience planning in ChicagoI109Abstract
ShamenVidanageshamen.vidanage@iucn.orgIUCNSri LankaRestoring Traditional Irrigation Systems for Land, Ecosystem Service, and Livelihood Improvements: A Choice Experiment Survey of Cascading Tank Systems Restoration in Sri LankaI109Abstract
EvaLemalema1e@cmich.eduCentral Michigan UniversityUSABlue Economy & sustainable development in the Great Lakes basin: a benchmark analysisI110Abstract
Min GonChungchungm13@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSAGlobal impacts of meat trade on non-communicable diseasesI110Abstract
RyanEdwardsryan.b.edwards@dartmouth.eduDarmouth UniversityUSAAgricultural processing spilloversI110Abstract
AmyBraunambraun@live.unc.eduUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillUSASDG 14 Implementation and Emerging Geographies of Oceans Sustainable DevelopmentI110Abstract
ZanetaKubikzkubik@uni-bonn.deCenter for Development Research (ZEF)GermanyDeterminants f foreign direct investment in agribusiness sector in Africa: a spatial analysis.I110Abstract of SouthamptonUnited KingdomImpact of Refugees on Immigrants’ Labor Market OutcomesI111Abstract
RaguiAssaadassaad@umn.eduIZAGermanyMigration Shocks and Housing: Evidence from the Syrian Refugee Crisis in JordanI111Abstract of OxfordU.K.The Consequences of Large Scale Refugee Repatriation for Economic DevelopmentI111Abstract
RaguiAssaadassaad@umn.eduUniversity of MinnesotaUSAImpact of Syrian Refugees in Jordan on Education Outcomes for Jordanian YouthI111Abstract
SakikoFukuda-Parrfukudaps@newschool.eduThe New SchoolUSAKeeping out Extreme Inequality out of the Agenda: SDGs and the Politics of Measurement toolsI112Abstract
SteveMacFeelySteve.MacFeely@unctad.orgUNCTADSwitzerlandThe Big (data) Bang: opportunities and challenges for compiling SDG indicatorsI112Abstract
BhumikaMuchhalabhumika.muchhala@gmail.comThe New SchoolUSAThe Global South as Norm-Makers: Negotiating the SDGsI112Abstract of LondonUKThe many meanings of measuring quality education: politics, targets and indicators in SDG4I112Abstract
ThomasVicinot.vicino@northeastern.eduNortheastern UniversityBoston, MassachussetsThe Evolution of Shrinking Suburbs: Patterns and Challenges to Sustainable, Resilient Development in Metropolitan AmericaI113Abstract
PeterOrazemgartz@iastate.eduIowa State UniversityUSAUrban-Rural Wage Gaps, Inefficient Labor Allocations, and GDP per CapitaI113Abstract
DebabrataTalukdardtalukda@buffalo.eduUniversity at Buffalo, State University of New YorkUSAThe “Hobbesian World” of Tenant Households Living in Informal Settlements of Sub-Saharan Africa: Insights from the Urban Slums of KenyaI113Abstract
AlfianHelmialfianahelmi@gmail.comHokkaido UniversityJapanSalt Industrial Development and Agrarian Transformation in Rural Kupang, IndonesiaI113Abstract
Balsher SinghSidhubalsher.sidhu@ires.ubc.caUniversity of British ColumbiaCanadaRestructuring agricultural power tariffs in India to meet multiple Sustainable Developments GoalsI114Abstractícia Universidade Católica do Rio de JaneiroBrazilENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY THROUGH SILVOPASTORAL SYSTEMS: study cases in Brazilian farmsI114Abstract
JohnZindajaz65@cornell.eduCornell UniversityUnited StatesExplaining Heterogeneous Afforestation Outcomes: How Community Officials and Households Mediate Tree Cover Change in ChinaI114Abstract
MartinDelarochemdelaroc@indiana.eduIndiana UniversityUSASustainable pathways for agricultural production in the tropics: what financial and environmental tradeoffs?I114Abstract
Heng University of TokyoJapanDebunking Smallholder Resource Use in the Malaysian Palm Oil IndustryI114Abstract
James EAllen IValleniv@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUnited StatesAre Agricultural Markets More Developed Around Cities? Testing for Urban Heterogeneity in Separability in TanzaniaI115Abstract
PatreseAndersonpnander2@illinois.eduUniversity of Illinois Urbana-ChampaignUnited StatesConnecting local markets to household food security: evidence from ZambiaI115Abstract
PulakMishrabagochi@gmail.comIndian Institute of Technology KharagpurIndiaLinking Land-constrained Farmers to Markets: A Study in West Bengal in IndiaI115Abstract
AndrewGerardgerarda1@msu.eduMichigan State UniversityUSASide selling and farmer income in Burundian coffee cooperativesI115Abstract
BrookeBacigalcreeke@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSABreaking Barriers for Refugee Students to Achieve Higher EducationPoster
Akosua SarpongBoakye-Ansahasbajus@gmail.comIHE-Delft Institute for water EducationNetherlandsThe (im)possibilities of improving access to utility water in urban low-income areas through service differentiation: evidence from KenyaPoster
ChrisBoyd Leonboydl001@umn.eduUniversity of Minnesota / Instituto de Estudios PeruanosUSAMotivating Savings among the Poorest. Evidence from a Financial Education Program in PeruPoster
MelanieChasseurchasmel@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAStewarding Michigan’s Forests: Matching Management Perception with PracticePoster
HannaDroesslerhmdroes@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAMeta-Analysis of Livelihood DiversificationPoster
JonathanGunastijonathan.gunasti@pomona.eduPomona CollegeUSASmartphone GPS Data for Slum Health in Rio de JaneiroPoster
KelseyHawkins-Johnsonkhawki16@emich.eduEastern Michigan UniversityUSAFor God and For Country: Religious, Economic, and Institutional Incentives for Church Forest ConservationPoster
DorothyHoggdorothyhogg2019@u.northwestern.eduNorthwestern UniversityUSAConstructing Inclusive and Responsive Global Governance: An Examination of the Role of Technology, Maps, and the Built EnvironmentPoster
MasielInfanteminfante@saintpeters.eduSaint Peter’s UniversityUSAEnhancing constructive civic engagement for sustainability, a framework to improve epistemic thinkingPoster
JenoJaramillojaramillojeno@gmail.comBorough of Manhattan Community CollegeUSARegional Trade Agreements Contribution to Economic Diversification and Growth in Latin AmericaPoster of AlabamaUSAApplication of the Coupling Coordinated Degree towards Balancing Road Infrastructure and Socioeconomic Development among Rural RegionsPoster
SuhyunJungsjungx@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAEvidence on the effectiveness of conservation initiatives on improving livelihoodsPoster
Obafemi A.POlukoyaolukoala@b-tu.deBrandenburg Technical UniversityGermanyVernacular Architecture and Sustainable Development: Lessons of the Past for Today’s WorldPoster
EmilyPfleidereregabrams@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSABuilding Sustainable Water Policy through Mapping Water Sector Actors in Mexico CityPoster
RicardoRealerealericardo@usp.brUniversidade de São PauloBrazilHydroelectric companies recognized as having the best sustainable practices and their relations with ecosystem servicesPoster
NarmeenRehmannarmeenr@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSABuilding A Novel Framework to Reduce Hospital Waste and Expand Access to Basic Medical SuppliesPoster
SarahVoncksvonck18@wooster.eduThe College of WoosterUSALiving Well of Living Better? How a Failure to Implement Changes to Ecuadorian Environmental Policy Hindered the Treatment of the Ecuadorian Indigenous CommunityPoster
GrantBurriergburrier0614@post03.curry.eduCurry CollegeUSATemples, Travesties, or Something Else? the Developmental State, Ecological Modernization, and Hydroelectric Dam Construction in IndiaPoster Centre for Economic and Social StudiesIndiaPatterns of Agricultural Transition in Tribal Areas of Madhya Pradesh in India: A Macro and Micro analysisPoster
AnnaRinkusrinkusma@msu.eduCenter for Interdisciplinarity, Michigan State UniversityUSA
TylerVogelvogel429@umn.eduUniversity of MinnesotaUSA of KentUSA
CarissaPatronecarissampatrone@gmail.comGrand Valley State UniversityUSA
NutchaCharoenboonnutcha7@hotmail.comMahidol Oxford Tropical Medicine Research UnitThailand
HarroMaatHarro.Maat@wur.nlWageningen UniversityNetherlands University of TokyoJapan British University in EgyptEgypt
TimothyBerkeTberke@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSA
Tawheed RezaNoortrnoor68@gmail.comUnnayan BhabnaFrance
gangchenjamesgchen@qq.comYunnan University of Finance and EconomicsChina
MariaGalvaogalvao.mariacristina@usp.brUniversity of São PauloBrazil
JessicaYelkjessyelk@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSA
ArmandoInurreta Diazinurreta@tamu.eduTexas A&M UniversityUSA
KyraFrankkhf21@scarletmail.rutgers.eduRutgers UniversityUSA
MariaEspinozamespinoza@sociology.rutgers.eduRutgers UniversityUSA
EsekongAndrewesekongh@yahoo.comUnicersity of CalabarNigeria
ZoilaVelazoilamvc@gmail.comCentro de Investigación en Fronteras AmazonicasBrazil
Zoyla NACIONAL MAYOR DE SAN MARCOSPeru Institute of Management BangaloreIndia
AnitaVargheseanita@keystone-foundation.orgKeystone FoundationIndia
KaitlynSpanglerkaitlyns@vt.eduUtah State UniversityUSA
LauraKuhll.kuhl@northeastern.eduNortheastern UniversityUSA
CerianGibbescgibbes@uccs.eduUniversity of Colorado, Colorado SpringsUSA
Rebecca RoblesPinaedu_rar@shsu.eduSam Houston State UniversityUSA
IvánHiguera-Mendietaivanhigueram@gmail.comUniversity of ChicagoUSA of South CarolinaUSA
ErnestoMartinezernestom@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSA
LeelaFernandesleelaf@umich.eduUnviersity of MichiganUSA
EllenAbramsegabrams@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSA
KennethGouldkgould@brooklyn.cuny.eduCity University of New York – Brooklyn CollegeUSA
PabloFleisspablo.fleiss@gmail.comInter-American Development BankUSA
CitlalliLopezcitlalli_lb@yahoo.comUniversidad VeracruzanaMexico College DublinIreland of KentU.K.
BinaAgarwalbina.india@gmail.comUniversity of Manchester, University of CambridgeU.K.Keynote Speaker
IsabellaBakkericbakker@yorku.caYork UniversityCanadaPlenary Panelist
Ana de los Andes, Bogotá, ColombiaColombiaPlenary Panelist
AgnesQuisumbinga.quisumbing@cgiar.orgIFPRIUSAPlenary Panelist
MarleneWolfeMarlene.Wolfe@tufts.eduTufts UniversityUSAPlenary Panelist
EleanorAlleneallen@waterforpeople.orgWater for PeopleUSAPlenary Panelist
MarcBellemaremarc.bellemare@gmail.comUniversity of Minnesota, Food PolicyUSA
RichardHowarthrichard.b.howarth@dartmouth.eduDartmouth University, Ecological EconomicsUSA
LanceGundersonlgunder@emory.eduEmory University, Ecology and SocietyUSA
JoanNassauernassauer@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan, Land Use and Urban PlanningUSA
ArunAgrawalarunagra@umich.eduUniversity of Michigan, World DevelopmentUSA
CrisDobycdoby@erbff.orgErb Family FoundationUSAPlenary Panelist
PatrickDoranpdoran@tnc.orgThe Nature ConservancyUSAPlenary Panelist
SamuelPassmorespassmore@mott.orgMott FoundationUSAPlenary Panelist
CatherineHarriscatherine.harris@acre.comAcreUSAPlenary Panelist
ShelieMillersheliem@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSAPlenary Panelist
Cristy Watkinswatkinsc@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSA
SandraSmitheyssmithey@mott.orgMott FoundationUSA
JohnErbjerb@erbff.orgErb FoundationUSA
KevinRyank.ryan@fordfoundation.orgFord FoundationUSA
RolandCheoblangah@live.cnShandong UniversityChina
AnnCorneyA.corney@elsevier.comElsevierU.K. UniversityKorea
TravisReynoldstwreynol@uvm.eduUniversity of VermontUSA
DavidJohnsondavidjohnson@purdue.eduPurdue UniversityUSA
UrisLantz Baldosubaldos@purdue.eduPurdue UniversityUSA
PamJaggerpjagger@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSA
JunghaWoowooj@purdue.eduPurdue UniversityUSA
JenniferHaverkampjhaver@umich.eduUniversity of MichiganUSA National UniversityKorea
RimjhimAggarwalrimjhim@asu.eduArizona State UniversityUSA Western Michigan UniversityUSA
For oral and lightning talk presenters, please search for your session number in the table above, and then upload your presentation 
Tracks A-E (Sessions 1-55) will be held on November 10th , and Tracks F-J (Sessions 56-115) will be held on Sunday, November 11th