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Evidence to Action 2018: The Reality & Future of Work

Work & Education Conference   |  past event  |  Nov 01 2018

The contours of work are radically changing. Innovations in policy and technology promise to generate new pathways out of poverty through improved access to information, infrastructure, capital, and markets. At the same time, rapid innovation has led to growing inequality and uncertainty for some workers, especially in cases where risk is not properly managed or understood. Around the world, but especially in poor countries, there remains remarkably little evidence to guide labor market investments.

On Thursday, November 1st, CEGA will host Evidence to Action 2018: The Reality & Future of Work. We’ll explore the work lives of people in poverty, and the ways in which technology and policy can be harnessed to make future growth more inclusive. Pioneering researchers, including Paul Romer, NYU professor and 2018 Nobel laureate in Economics, will share insights from field experiments in the US, India, Kenya, Bangladesh and beyond.

The event is part of CEGA’s annual Evidence to Action (E2A) series and marks our tenth year as a global leader in economic development research. Founded in 2008, CEGA has become a West Coast hub for research that influences policy dialogues and shapes government decision-making

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Edward Miguel
Economics, UC Berkeley
Paul Romer
Economics, NYU
Carson Christiano
Executive Director, CEGA
Supreet Kaur
Economics, UC Berkeley
Erin Kelley
Ph.D. Candidate, UC Berkeley
Danny Schneider
Sociology, UC Berkeley
Ingrid Haegele
Ph.D. Student, UC Berkeley
Kirk Bansak
Ph.D. Candidate, UC Berkeley
Ernesto Dal Bó
Haas School of Business, Political Science, UC Berkeley
Laura Boudreau
Ph.D. Candidate, UC Berkeley
Anand Radhakrishnan
Chairman, CEGA Advisory Board

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Closing Remarks: The Reality and Future of Work - Anand Radhakrishnan (E2A 2018)

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Introduction: The Reality and Future of Work - Carson Christiano (E2A 2018)

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Algorithms for refugee resettlement in the US and Europe - Kirk Bansak (E2A 2018)

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How Big Data can Promote Gender Equality - Ingrid Haegele (E2A 2018)

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Impacts of Vocational Education and Cash on Kenyan Youth - Ted Miguel (E2A 2018)

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Income reliability, productivity, and unemployment in developing countries - Supreet Kaur (E2A 2018)

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Multinationals and worker safety in Bangladesh - Laura Boudreau (E2A 2018)

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Personnel selection and monitoring in developing countries - Ernesto Dal Bó (E2A 2018)

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The impact of new monitoring technologies on firms and their employees - Erin Kelley (E2A 2018)

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Work Schedule Instability: Effects on Workers’ Wellbeing and What to Do About It - Danny Schneider (E2A 2018)

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Work is School and School is Work - Paul Romer (E2A 2018)

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