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Fall 2014 Graduate Fellowship Recipients

SCID is pleased to announce that nine candidates have been selected to receive Graduate Student Fellowships in international development. The applicant pool was very strong; thanks to all who submitted to this initial call for proposals.

Exploratory Awards

  • Emanuele Colonnelli - Transparency, Firm Performance, and Business Networks: Evidence from the Construction Sector in Uganda
  • Qinglian Lu - Economic Development and Career Mobility in State Bureaucracies: Evidence from China
  • Anna Lunn - The Paradox of Unused Toilets: Understanding the Power of Social Norms in India
  • Francisco Muñoz - Reaction of Firms to a Political Transition from Dictatorship to Democracy in Chile
  • Juan Rios - Local Public Economics in Brazil: An Analysis of the Fiscal Responsibility Law
  • Rui XuInnovations and Entrepreneurial Financing In China: Evidence from China High-Tech Fair 1999-2014
  • David Yang - Behavioral Consequences of Media Censorship

Full Awards

  • Agustina Paglayan - Comparative Political Economy of Education and Human Capital
  • Mari Tanaka - Does Exporting Improve Firm Performance? Evidence from Myanmar