Garcia Pires presents in Lisbon

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 On July 15, The Choice Lab researcher Armando José Garcia Pires presented at the 2016 NOVAFRICA Conference on Economic Development in Africa which took place in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference was organized by the NOVAFRICA knowledge center at the Nova…

Girl Power project wins 500 000 USD for extension.

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The Girl Power project run by Femina Hip in Tanzania won 500 000 USD in the DREAMS Innovation Challenge to role out the initiative across 5 regions in Tanzania. The project which consist of a two-fold curriculum, ‘protect your life’ and…

Ringdal at poster session in Munich

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Today, July 7, The Choice Lab’s PhD student Charlotte Ringdal attends the Evidence-Based Summer Meeting organized by the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany. Ringdal will present a poster of the project “Is female empowerment always good for child welfare?”. The project studies…

Almås presents in Toulouse

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Today, Thursday June 23, The Choice Lab researcher Ingvild Almås gives a seminar at the Institute for Advanced Study in Toulose, France. She will present the project titled “Cutthroat capitalism versus cuddly socialism: Are Americans more meritocratic and efficiency-seeking than…

Tungodden appointed as Research Chair Professor

NHH-professorene Alexander Cappelen og Bertil Tungodden mottok 8. november 2013  Utdanningskvalitetsprisen, delt ut av statssekretær Birgitte Jordahl, under NOKUT-konferansen på Folkets Hus i Oslo

  The Choice Lab researcher Bertil Tungodden and Kjell G. Salvanes (CELE and The Choice Lab affiliate) have been appointed as Research Chair Professors at NHH. The aim for NHH with these appointments is to strengthen the academic leadership of…

The Choice Lab seminar with Daniel Schunk

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The Choice Lab invites you to a seminar with Daniel Schunk (Professor, University of Mainz, Germany). Schunk will give a presentation titled “Does Working Memory Training for Primary School Children Enhance Academic Performance? Evidence from a Large-Scale Field Experiment” on…