Social Protection for the Ultra-Poor: Lessons from Economics, Psychology and Religion

Date/Time
Date(s) - 10/20/17
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Location
Buffett Center

Hosted by
Buffett Center


Social Protection for the Ultra-Poor: Lessons from Economics, Psychology and Religion

Buffett Center

Friday, October 20, 2017 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Dean Karlan will present both past and ongoing work that examines approaches to working with ultra-poor populations to build long-lasting self-sustaining sources of income.

Dean Karlan is a Buffett Institute Faculty Fellow and the Nemmers Distinguished Professor of Economics and Finance at the Kellogg School of Management. His research focuses on microeconomic issues of poverty, typically employing experimental methodologies and behavioral economics insights to examine what works, what does not, and why in interventions in sustainable income generation for those in poverty, household and entrepreneurial finance, health behavior, and charitable giving.

The Buffett Institute Faculty & Fellows Colloquium brings together an interdisciplinary audience to build awareness of global research on campus. This series promotes dialogue on scholarship and develops a deeper sense of community among Buffett Institute affiliates. Each meeting lasts one hour; lunch is provided. Due to space constraints, we will not admit attendees once the space reaches capacity.

REGISTER HERE

 

Loading Map....

Category(ies)


7562

Share